At Midrasha, teens search for meaning on Tuesdays nights at Rodef Sholom
"Jewish learning shouldn't stop at age 13," says Rabbi Michael Lezak. The teens who continue attending religious school after their b’nai mitzvah gain a broader and deeper understanding of their Jewish heritage. That’s because Midrasha is geared to teens who are ready to handle more complicated, mature topics in classes taught by incredible professionals who bring light to their lives. This program allows teens to build lasting friendships while inspiring them to continue their Jewish education into college and throughout their adult lives.
8th through 10th graders select elective semester classes such as Cooking Through the Jewish Calendar, Jewish Music Collective, Sports Leadership, Fire Circle, and more. 11th and 12th graders gather in a collaborative learning seminar that allows the students to drive the topics and discuss them in an open and supportive environment. To register for Midrasha, call the Religious School office at 415.479.3447, or contact Rabbi Lara Regev at [email protected].
10th and 11th Grade Confirmation
Rodef Sholom 10th and 11th graders celebrate another Jewish education milestone and affirm their commitment to Jewish life through the ritual of Confirmation. Confirmation classes are taught by the Rodef Sholom clergy and will meet once a month throughout the year and will allow our teens to study pressing issues facing young Jews today. The Confirmation program will conclude with a Shabbat service created and led by our Confirmation students in May and a celebration dinner to follow.
The cost of this program is $100. Limited financial assistance is available. To register for Confirmation, please contact Rabbi Lara at [email protected] or 415.479.3447.