Bar/Bat Mitzvah training, programs for Shabbos and Yom Tov, NCSY and more.
We have many children of all ages at Adat and we try to keep them busy with classes and activities. Some of the key activities currently at Adat include:
Bat Mitzvah Club
Sunday morning class (right after Shacharis) for 11 year old girls studying for Bat Mitzvah. Please contact the shul for more information.
Sunday morning class (right after Shacharis) for 12 year old boys studying for Bar Mitzvah. Please contact the shul for more information.
Boys & Girls Clubs
For boys and girls in 6th – 8th grade. The boys and girls clubs alternate every Wednesday to schmooze, eat and do fun stuff from 5:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. at the Shul. The boys club started October 18th and the girls club will start on October 25th and then alternate between the two clubs every Wednesday. Check the Calendar for dates.
Create an eternal bond. Pick a Sefer to learn together. Explore the Torah’s teachings. Celebrate with a siyum at the end of the season (program runs from Nov – Feb). Every Motzei Shabbos (Saturdays) beginning at 6:30 p.m. Melava Malka served. Prized raffled. Started November 11th.
Youth Shabbat Groups – Every Shabbos from 10:00 a.m. until Kiddush Begins
ADAT TOTS (3-6 year old): Every Shabbos 10:00 a.m. – Kiddush – Greet and free play with a wide selection of beautiful toys and books in a mom & dad friendly atmosphere. You can drop of your child(ren) or stay and get to know some of the other parents. A Teen Group Leader is here to supervise and play with your children. At 11:00 a.m. Shoshie leads the group with Tefilla, singing and games.
ADAT KIDS (7-13 year old): Every Shabbos 10:00 a.m. – Kiddush – Greet, games, Parsha Review and questions, Tefilla. Then Shabbos appropriate sport games. All children are supervised by our Teen Group Leaders, who are guided by Shoshie.
During the High Holidays, we have age appropriate, engaging activities for the children with our Youth Leader and team of teenage Youth Leaders, and professional childcare providers to keep the children more than entertained while parents daven.