Beth Am’s Jewish Discovery Lab was featured in a recent article in the Jewish Times
Youth Education at Beth Am encompasses a range of educational opportunities for children and their families including the Beth Am Jewish Discovery Lab, Children and Family Shabbat Services, programming for families with young children and youth groups.
For information about Beth Am’s Jewish Discovery Lab, click here.
For information about Shabbat programming for children and their parents, click here.
Young Families Programming
Throughout the year, there are many opportunities for families with children to gather together to mark holidays and other occasions, both at Beth Am and in the homes of congregants. Some favorites include our annual Purim Carnival and “Israel on the Hill” festival, which draw neighbors from Reservoir Hill as well as guests from other parts of Baltimore; Chanukah celebrations at the synagogue with Israeli dancing; potlucks with singing, matzah making and other holiday-related activities, delicious food, and good company; and havdalah gatherings. Newcomers and non-members are always welcome at these events. If you would like to receive e-mails about upcoming events for families with children, please contact Beth Winters.
Youth Groups are an important part of Beth Am’s vision for Youth Education. An effort is underway to organize Youth Groups for children, kindergarten through 12th grade. Youth Group activities will provide further opportunities to create community with Beth Am and with other local Jewish youth, enrich Jewish learning and develop leadership skills. For more information, contact Rabbi Kelley Gludt, Director of Congregational Learning.