“Drop-off Judaism” is a thing of the past. As a community of engaged learners, we must model Jewish life for our children as a way of effectively teaching values (middot) that we hold close. It makes sense and feels right to approach Jewish life as a journey where the purpose is the journey itself and not an end. While we all need to do certain things alone, Jewish journeys need to be shared, since Judaism cannot exist without community.
We believe that education should be fun, engaging, and a source of wonder and natural inquiry to our learners. The Jewish journey model of education reflects the idea that learning never completes, and that there are certain milestones along the way.
See the section guide at right for links to programs for specific age groups.