PARSIPPANY — Temple Beth Am, a Reform Congregation is registering new students for its dynamic K-10 Religious School program for the 2018-2019 school year, which begins the third week of September.
In this Sunday and after-school program, children in grades K-10 celebrate Jewish holidays, learn to what our prayers tell us about Jewish faith, learn to read and chant prayers in Hebrew through active learning, and gain exposure to a wide world of Jewish observance, history, life cycle, friendships and more.
Special offerings include a no-tuition Sunday School program for grades K-2; a monthly Torah Tot Time program for children ages 3-6 to enjoy with a parent or grandparent; youth choir; family events and monthly Family Services. Temple Beth Am’s Youth Group begins in grade 3, and continues into our high school NFTY group.
Livingston area families: ask about a midweek Religious School option in Livingston on Wednesday afternoons for grades 3-6!
New families may also qualify for the Gift of Membership program.
Temple Beth Am believes wholeheartedly that each of us has been created in God’s image. They therefore welcome the entire spectrum of our Jewish community: people of all ages, races, cultures or nationalities; interfaith families; those of all sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions, or relationship statuses. They are a vibrant center of Jewish learning for the 21st century, aspiring to provide for each of our children a meaningful Jewish Education that will inspire lifelong Jewish learning.
Contact Lynn Anne Cutler, Education Director, or Debbie Lesser, Temple Administrator, at email@example.com or (973) 887-0046 to learn about the school and our congregation.
Temple Beth Am is located at 879 South Beverwyck Road.