Today is December 18, 2017 -
Temple Sinai of Hollywood offers a full range of youth and young adult programming for all age groups, as we strive to create a positive circle of Jewish life for each and every child. Under the leadership of our Youth Director and Religious School Director, our youth groups have grown in popularity and participation because of the multi-faceted programming that includes religious, social, cultural, athletic and social action activities.
The importance of bringing a child or teenager into youth programming cannot be underestimated. Our youth group members have the opportunity to become more involved in various leadership roles locally, regionally, and internationally and actively participate in various religious and community service projects. Thus, as children grow in the youth groups during their religious school years, they will continue to develop a positive social life within the synagogue after their Bar/Bat Mitzvah that will last through graduation of high school. Even after graduation, we maintain communication with our young adults during their years of college.
Temple Sinai offers 4 exciting youth groups for children of all ages:
CLICK HERE for 2017-2018 Youth Group Registration
CLICK HERE for 2017-2018 Youth Group Calendar
For more information, please contact our Youth Director, Rachel Mendelowitz at YouthDirector@SinaiHollywood.org
During the year, children and teens participate in various conventions, field trips, and creative in-house programs with other youth groups from around the USCJ (United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism) Sub-Region, Region, and nation. For Kadima and USY, our Sub-Region consists of 15 participating chapters from synagogues in and around South Florida, includes almost 50 chapters from synagogues all over the Southeastern United States.
All of our youth programs at Temple Sinai have wonderful and caring volunteers and staff to facilitate all activities. All of our volunteers and staff members have extensive experience with young children and teenagers.