Oseh Shalom

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Yellow Level: Oseh Shalom has reopened! Members and visitors, join us in August for services and activities for up to 100 people with masks required.

Religious School

Oseh Wins Arts Grant!

In mid-June, the Exelon’s Constellation’s Community Champions program awarded Oseh Religious School a $500 grant! We are so excited to have Ellen Lafferty, a community artist, come to our school during Hanukkah and lead “Creating Light and Pride through Art.” She will be teaching tile painting to the children which will result in a mural that will hang in the religious school wing of the building. Children will learn about anti-Semitism and what it means to be proud of being Jewish especially at a time when we are asked to be open about being Jewish by putting our chanukiot (menorahs) in the window.

About Our School

A place to explore and discover Judaism in a warm, supportive environment.

Oseh Shalom Religious School is a warm, accepting, inclusive community where we emphasize living a fun, vibrant Jewish life. This includes Hebrew and Judaic studies through experiential activities, exploration, and discovery. We take a hands-on learning approach to engage your child in community service, Hebrew, holidays, and Torah study.

Start your child’s Jewish journey at age 3 and continue to confirmation. Our school includes a social-oriented TeenConnect program, and Teen Torah Study. The school offers Sunday programming for preschool through 12th grade from 9:00 am to 11:30 am. In addition, our third through sixth graders experience Hebrew online learning for 20 minutes each week at a time your family can choose.

 


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Our Mission

To actively engage our students in learning and participating in a living Judaism, through which they can develop and create personal, communal, and ecological tikkun olam.

All Religious School programs are designed to reach these goals:                                                   

  • Fostering a sense of Jewish Identity,
  • Promoting leadership qualities among all children,
  • Encouraging participation in the classroom and community,
  • Accepting students for their individual strengths,
  • Providing enriching lessons that assume students “can” rather than “cannot”,
  • Creating lasting friendships and bonds.

If you would like to learn more about the Religious School, email Religious School Director
Rabbi Rebecca Gould or call 301-498-7004.