We Offer the Most Wonderful B’nai Mitzvah Program.
Your child will study with our two Rabbis, Rabbi Stan and Rabbi Laura, every Sunday morning for a year. He/she will truly enjoy the class and really learn a lot! They will see films of the texts of the Torah with the best actors in the world, as well as films about the Holocaust, the modern day state of Israel, and a documentary about social and moral issues young teenagers have to face – and there is no homework! A few times during the year you will join your child in class and they may take a field trip or two.
In addition, she/he will learn to read the Hebrew language and understand, pray and chant the basic prayers of Judaism as well as their Torah and Haftorah portions with a gentle and inspiring Hebrew tutor in private weekly sessions in your home. There is homework in this part of the program.
Rabbi Stan or Rabbi Laura will conduct your B’nai Mitzvah service, at your unique date and location or at one of our Shabbat Celebrations. The service will be designed by you and our Rabbis, along with a custom prayerbook, to reflect your family’s Jewish practice.
Our B’nai Mitzvah class operates on a school year basis. The next class starts on September 8, 2013
The Orientation Meeting, for parents and students, is on the morning (10 am – Noon) of Sunday, September 8th, 2013 where we will explain the program in detail. We’ll look forward to seeing everyone there! The meeting and all the classes will be held at:
The Riddick Youth Center
2634 Overland Ave, West Los Angeles
(at the North East corner of Overland & Ashby Between Pico and National Blvds)
Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 10:00am
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