The Chabad House of Northern Palm Beach Island (Orthodox),
is a full-service outreach synagogue where every Jew is family and every Mitzvah counts! The Chabad House concerns itself with the totality of Jewish life, spiritual and physical. Rabbi Zalman Levitin, rabbi and spiritual leader; Rebbetzin Hindel Levitin, program director. The Chabad House offers:
Daled Arts - Fun Jewish Cultural Arts Experiences for school-age children, their familes and friends. Presented by The Jewish Youth Zone of The Chabad House in cooperation with The Friedman CJE's PJ Library® program. Art, stories, and an authentic Jewish experience make these programs exciting and unique! Registration is available online at palmbeachjewish.com/daledarts or call Hindel Levitin at 347-564-8393.
Family Shabbat - Once a month, in the winter when sundown is early, The Chabad House offers an exciting program on Friday night called Family Shabbat. Bring your kids to shul! Give your family the gift of a traditional Shabbat experience replete with an interactive children’s program during Friday night services followed by a four-course Shabbat dinner. To accommodate the children, Family Shabbat begins at 5:30 p.m. beginning with the women and girls lighting Shabbat candles to usher in the holiness of the day. Location: The Chabad House, 361 S. County Rd. Palm Beach, FL 33480.
The Gary and Terri Schottenstein Palm Beach Torah Institute Are you a parent? Keep your study of Torah and love of Judaism alive and vibrant, so you can teach it to your children! The Gary and Terri Schottenstein Palm Beach Torah Institute offers a dazzling array of lectures, workshops, Shabbatons and weekly classes including Torah Studies and for women only Caffeine for the Soul and the monthly course Palm Beach Rosh Chodesh Society, thus providing a complete and thorough Jewish education to the Palm Beach community. No prior knowledge or background is required for any course. “Torah-study every day is crucial to life itself. This applies not only to the soul of the one studying but also to the souls of his family. For them [through Torah-study], the atmosphere of the home becomes an atmosphere of Torah and piety.” -- The Lubavitcher Rebbe, leader of the Chabad Lubavitch movement and inspiration for the founding of The Chabad House of Northern Palm Beach Island.
For dates, times and locations, please visit: palmbeachjewish.com/torah or contact Rabbi Zalman Levitin at 561-659-3884 or email@example.com. Palm Beach Rosh Chodesh Society registration is now open: palmbeachjewish.com/rcs or contact Hindel Levitin at 561-659-3884 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Chabad House is located at 361 S. County Rd. Palm Beach, FL 33480.
The Mandel JCC in Palm Beach Gardens (5221 Hood Road, Palm Beach Gardens) offers:
The Barbara & Jack Kay Early Childhood Learning Center is now taking registrations for the 2017-2018 school year. Some space is still available. Schedule your tour by calling 561-712-5252. Programs for Infants, three months, through Pre-K. Part time and full time options with extended hours from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. VPK provider, organic fruits and vegetables served on a daily basis as a snack, Physical Education, Jewish music, Weekly swimming lessons for ages 3+, Bi-weekly gymnastics classes for ages 2+, Bi-weekly Israeli Dances classes for ages 1+, Outdoor play areas especially designed for each stage of child development, Indoor play area with teaching kitchen. Ongoing communication with parents through daily reports and photos. Weekly Shabbat celebrations that welcome parents and family members. After school enrichments for children ages 3+. To schedule a tour call 561-712-5252.
Beyond the Bell: After School Program at the Mandel JCC! Servicing K-5th grade at Meyer Academy and now including bus transportation from Timber Trace Elementary, Beacon Cove Intermediate, Lighthouse Elementary, and Marsh Pointe Elementary. For more information contact 561-712-5230.
Temple Beth Am (Reform) offers:
The One School is a licensed, NAEYC accredited program serving children ages 18 months to 5 years. An experienced VPK provider, The One School was awarded a 100% Kindergarten Readiness Rating from the Florida Department of Education. The One School celebrates the whole child and encourages self-confidence, self-reliance and a strong sense of belonging. At The One School, every child is essentially and wonderfully “the one.” For more information, contact The One School at Temple Beth Am, 2250 South Central Boulevard, Jupiter, FL 33458, 561.747.3339 http://www.theoneschooljupiter.com/.
Mondays at 9:15am or 10:15am (ages 0-4)
Mondays at 12:00pm (infants)
Instructor: Tracie Krieger
Fall Session 12/2/19 – 2/24/20 (no class 12/23, 12/30, 1/20)
Cost: $149 + $40 materials charge/10-week session* (includes CD/songbook)
Contact Tracie at email@example.com or 561.400.7489 to register.
HaMakom is Temple Beth Am’s education continuum, which includes religious school for K-8th grade, JAMTY U for grades 9-12, and NFTY youth groups for 3rd-12th grade. Our approach to Jewish education blends formal classroom instruction with informal learning opportunities in an exploratory and creative atmosphere.
Our religious school meets Tuesdays and Sundays, and includes private Hebrew lessons via Skype, enrichments including dance, music, art, cooking, and drama, as well as t’filah (prayer), field trips, holiday celebrations, retreats and family programs. Our high school program meets Tuesday evenings, and allows students to choose their own course of study from such offerings as comparative religion, social justice, holocaust studies, Jewish culinary identity, and more.
Youth Groups: Temple Beth Am has three vibrant youth groups. Programs include a variety of social, religious, cultural and social action events designed to provide Jewish young people the opportunity to form friendships in a fun and safe environment that will foster their connection to Judaism and their community. Students in the Religious School are automatically members of our Youth Groups, Temple membership is not required to join youth group.
For more information about these or any of our programs or upcoming events contact Education Director Alissa Frankel at 561.747.1109 or AFrankel@templebetham.com
Temple Beth Am Mishpacha/Family Center
2250 South Central Blvd, Jupiter, FL 33458
(561) 747-3339 www.templebetham.com
Temple Judea (Reform) in Palm Beach Gardens offers:
Friday, January 3, February 7, March 6, April 3 & May 1 5:45 PM – 6:30 PM
Join Bubby Bracha, Todah and the whole Temple Judea family to sing, dance and celebrate Shabbat with Cantor Alicia Stillman. Complimentary pizza will be served at 6:30 PM.
For ages birth through pre-school. Bring a friend! Grandparents welcome!
Friday, January 10, February 14, March 13 & May 8 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Early Shabbat for Families
Friday, January 10, February 14, March 13 & May 8 6:30 – 7:30 PM
Adults $18 Children ages 5-12 $10 Under 5 FREE
RSVP is required. Email Randi at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 624-4633
Temple Judea Youth Education Program (YEP)
Sunday Mornings 9:00a.m.- 12:00p.m. Registration is open. Students in grades K-6 will experience three “blocks” each Sunday. 1. Israel Center, covers Hebrew Language, Israeli people and culture. 2. Tarbut, includes Israeli dance, Jewish cooking, Tefillah, Art or Music and movement. 3. Judaica, Torah, Lifecycle and Community.
For more information please call the temple office at 624-4633.
Temple Beth David (Conservative) Preschool offers:
Registration is now open for the 2018/2019 school year and Summer Camp. Programs are offered for children ages 16 months – 4 years old, including VPK. Additional services include early arrival offered at 8:00am and an enrichment aftercare program available until 5:00pm daily. For information regarding the preschool or to schedule a tour, please contact Preschool Director, Jenny Fenton at (561) 694-2350 or email@example.com
Preschool Shabbat at Temple Beth DavidA Friday morning tradition from 9:15 – 9:45am. All are welcome to join us in this song-filled Shabbat which features Cantor Danielle Bensimhon and Rabbi Paul Arberman. Please let us know you will be joining us by contacting the preschool at (561) 694-2350.
Religious students in PreK-2nd grade learn on Sunday mornings from 9:00am-12:00pm and students in 3rd-7th grade learn on Sunday mornings from 9:00am-12:00pm and on Wednesdays from 4:30pm-6:30pm. Students will learn Hebrew, Torah, Israel, Holidays, Jewish Values, and much more through hands-on activities. Our youngest learners will develop a love for Judaism through their senses in our Pre-K Sunday School Class. For more information about our Religious School, please contact Amy Wulwick at (561)694-2350 or firstname.lastname@example.org.