Congregation Bnai Tikvah

Congregation Bnai Tikvah

1558 Wilmot Road, Deerfield, Illinois 60015
Phone: 847-945-0470 |

Religious School

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Religious School Registration Form 2017-2018

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Religious School Addendum Registration Form 2017-2018

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The Religious School Program – Dr. Shlomo Moskovits Education Center

Preparing Children for an Involved and Active Jewish Life

The Religious School at Congregation B’nai Tikvah partners with parents to help enrich students’ connections to Jewish culture, teachings, and traditions. Students will develop skills and understandings that will prepare them to become active participants in Jewish family and communal life. The Religious School at Congregation B’nai Tikvah is a warm community that encourages ruach in all activities, while still meeting the needs of individual students.

The Religious School at Congregation B’nai Tikvah strives to instill a love of Judaism and a connection to Jewish life, passing the Jewish tradition from one generation to the next. Students learn through experiencing holiday traditions; engaging in creative exploration of Torah stories, Israel, and history, and by partaking in an active study of Hebrew. Our students participate in leading the Friday night service, helping students engage in the rituals of Shabbat.

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