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“For I have selected him so that he may instruct his children and his posterity after him to keep God's ways:  to do what is just and right."  (Genesis 18:19)

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Service Schedule

October 13th Ė October 19th

Monday & Tuesday Evenings
6:00pm
Wednesday Morning
6:45am
Thursday and Friday Mornings
9:15am
Sunday Morning
8:00am
 
Friday, October 17th
Candlelighting
6:05pm
 
Saturday, October 18th  
Shabbat Services
9:15am
   
   
Upcoming Events
10/13 Martha's Manor
10/13 Game Night in the Sukkah
10/15 Lunch and Learn in the Sukkah
10/15 Hoshanah Rabbah
10/16 Shemini Atzeret
10/16 Simchat Torah Dinner/program
10/17 Simchat Torah
10/18 Snniversary/Bday Shabbat
10/22 Music in the Shul
10/23 Lunch and Learn - Music in the Shul
10/25 Mini Minyan
10/26 Music in the Shul - Vote

 

 

 


BETH SHOLOM RELIGIOUS SCHOOL

 

Program Overview

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Beth Sholom Religious School (BSRS) provides supplementary Hebrew and Judaic education to students in Kindergarten through 7th grade. The program is designed to impart a strong sense of Jewish identity and provide the skills needed to lead a meaningful Jewish life. Our goal is to offer each child the opportunity to become an active participant in the Jewish community through understanding the rituals, observances and teachings of Judaism.

Based on the student population in a given year, grades are grouped to provide the most efficient learning communities. Working to create a foundation and love for lifelong Jewish learning and living with a core of Jewish knowledge and principles, our curriculum includes the following components. Each of these components is taught in each grade at the appropriate level.

  • Torah – An understanding and love of Torah and connection to God through parsha and text studies.
  • Hebrew Reading – Starting with the alef bet, vowels, and decoding skills in the younger grades and reinforcing reading skills through Tefillah in the upper grades.
  • Jewish Values – Studying Jewish values as they apply to our lives through performance of mitzvot, and recognition of the Jewish value in everything we do.
  • Jewish Life Cycle – Discussing the customs and tradition of major Jewish life cycle events and their importance in our lives.
  • History – Understanding the timeline of the Jewish people.
  • Tefilot – Developing the skills and understanding the significance, history and spiritual meaning of prayers.
  • Israel – Connecting to the history and culture of Israel as well as Israeli geography, politics and current events.
  • Conservative Judaism – Reinforcing our identity through youth and synagogue activities.
  • Holidays – Learning about each Jewish holiday through crafts, stories, songs and texts.

Our Kindergarten through Seventh Grade students attend classes on Sundays from 9:30-Noon, and students in Grades 3-7 also attend Wednesday afternoons from 4-5:30 p.m.

Once a month all of our students meet for Junior Congregation on Shabbat Morning. This interactive and educational experience highlights the meaning and intention of the Shabbat Morning prayers in a hands-on, student led service.

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Tikkun Olam High School

Our unique Tikkun Olam High School for Grades 8-12 is specifically designed for our post Bar and Bat Mitzvah students. Twice a Tikkun Olam High volunteers in the greater Memphis community thereby putting our mitzvot lessons of the pre-B’nai Mitzvah years into action. Some of our service projects have included: Serving meals at the Memphis Union Mission, helping at the Collierville Animal Shelter, making a Minyan at the Memphis Jewish Home, working the Daffodil Dash race at the Memphis Botanic Garden, Restoring University of Memphis Hillel House’s Butterfly Garden, volunteering at the Memphis Zoo and many more.