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Children, Youth, and Families

We are pleased to be developing programs for children and families -- below are the current offerings, and if there are other programs and/or ways that we can help meet the needs and interests of our community, please be in touch!

 

Click on the events below to register:

Apple Picking -- it's simply helpful to know who's planning to attend; if you have any questions, email Joe Sousa.

Pizza in the Hut -- Enjoy an informal dinner in the Tremont Street Shul sukkah, catered by Cafe Eilat in Brookline! The early seating is designed for Alef-Bet kiddos and those who prefer to eat on the early side; the later seating is designed for those with a later commute and will include the latest brew from Tremont Street Tap's brewer, Daniel Engel -- Birthday Bock! 

Parenting Through a Jewish Lens --  clicking here will take you to the Hebrew College form to register. For additional information about PTJL,  click here. 

Our Partners

In addition to shul programming, we enjoy collaborative relationships with several programs for children and youth, ranging from the child care/preschool in our own building, through b'nai mitzvah and onto opportunities for teen learning and philanthropy!
 

ALEF BET CHILD CARE
Founded in 1987 by Tremont Street Shul members, Alef Bet Child Care provides full or part-time Jewish day care for children aged 15 months to 5 years. For more information, contact Jerry Abelow, Alef-Bet Director, or call the ABCC office: 617.547.3651.


 

 

 

KESHER CENTER FOR JEWISH LEARNING + CULTURE
The after-school program is a nationally-acclaimed alternative to traditional Hebrew School for ages 5 and up. Children learn Jewish culture and Hebrew language as an organic part of each day’s explorations, in a spirited, joy-filled environment.

 


TEEN BEIT MIDRASH
For teens, Boston is fortunate to have the Teen Beit Midrash, which is housed nearby at the Harvard Hillel. TBM is built to be a Jewish learning space for curious teens, serious in its approach to study and informal in atmosphere; classes meet weekly, with periodic additional programs.

 



JEWISH TEEN FOUNDATION
The Jewish Teen Foundation of Greater Boston is a year-long program for Jewish high school students from across the metro Boston area. Together, they learn the ins and outs of professional philanthropy and grant-making through a Jewish lens, and allocate grants to effect real change in the causes they care about most.  

Thu, November 15 2018 7 Kislev 5779