Our High School Program - Moving Traditions - meets once a month. There are separate programs for girls and boys.
Moving Traditions helps women and men, boys and girls engage more deeply with Judaism. Gender serves as the framework for our activities because it shapes the way our culture defines who we are and can become. Gender has been – and continues to be – critical to Jewish text, spiritual practice, education and participation. For Moving Traditions, gender provides a vehicle for expanding Judaism's ability to help each individual experience his or her full humanity. Visit the Moving Traditions website to learn more.
The Brotherhood is an informal curriculum that includes fun and exciting activities that create a safe space to enable boys to engage in meaningful discussion. The content of the program draws on Judaism and gives the boys the opportunity to explore issues they care about, such as friendship, power, money, and work. The Brotherhood will meet once a month.
Rosh Hodesh: It's a Girl Thing
Rosh Hodesh: It's a Girl Thing is a monthly celebration of the ancient New Moon holiday that builds self-esteem, leadership skills, and Jewish identity. Rosh Hodesh: It's a Girl Thing! is the first proactive, informal education program that uses Judaism to enrich the lives of girls. It draws on Jewish tradition to give girls a place to feel safe, articulate their questions and concerns, have fun, and be 'real' with their peers. Rosh Hodesh will meet once a month.