Sunday School

Sunday School


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Sunday School at Sherith Israel

Creating a deep and lasting love of Judaism, one kid at a time

The Sherith Israel Sunday School is a fun and educational opportunity for Jewish children ages 4 to 16 that meets on Sunday mornings during the academic year from 10 am - 12pm.  The program caters to kids enrolled in non-Jewish schools as well as to current Akiva students and alumni. The goal of the program is to forge lasting positive relationships between participants and Judaism through a meaningful and individualized Jewish educational experience.
In keeping with Sherith Israel’s philosophy of nurturing each individual's connection to Judaism, the Sunday School provides a warm environment in which every child can express himself or herself and discovers the excitement of our common Jewish heritage. Whether learning Hebrew, re-imagining and enacting a biblical story, studying Talmud, or exploring Israeli pop music, students' interests come first.
The curriculum varies year to year and seeks to identify appropriate areas of focus for each age group.  Preschoolers this past year were in a Hebrew immersion class where they learned the Hebrew alphabet and blessings over food.  The elementary school curriculum combines learning and play through cooking, gardening, art projects and biblical stories.  The middle schoolers delved into Jewish history and Israeli culture while the high schoolers explored Jewish texts on current “hot-button issues” and some lesser-read books in the Tanach.  The middle and high school program also includes NCSY activities and trips.
Amazing things are happening at Sherith Israel on Sunday mornings. We hope you and your family will join us!
For more information, contact Rabbi Aaron Finkelstein, Director of Sherith Israel Sunday School at 615-292-6614 or email
The program is open to all Jewish children, regardless of background or affiliation.
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Sunday School Calendar 2016/17 (5776/77)

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QUESTIONS? Email or call the shul office: 615-292-6614