February 14, 2016   5 Adar I 5776
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Kinder Kef  

A Weekly Kindergarten Program at the Union Temple Religious School A new weekly kinder kef class will begin this fall for kindergarten age children ( ages 4-5) . The class will meet every Sunday morning 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM If you are interested in registering please contact the office for further information.
J Star Kinder Kef 2011

1-718-638-7600 ext. 4 or write Mindy Sherry, Director of Family & Youth Engagement educator@uniontemple.org More on Ms. SherryMore on Ms. Sherry

Union Temple Religious School  

Call us to register now for 2015-16.

1-718-638-7600 ext. 4 or write Mindy Sherry, Director of Family & Youth Engagement 

educator@uniontemple.org More on Ms. SherryMore on Ms. Sherry

Union Temple's Religious School offers children in grades K-7 a comprehensive program of Hebrew and Judaica in a nurturing and creative environment. We follow the tenets of Reform Judaism and are sensitive to the diverse lifestyles of our surrounding community.

We offer:

The expanded offerings include:

  • Bar/Bat Mitzvah training of the highest caliber with our Rabbi and Cantor.

Temple Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 9-5pm. Friday 9-4pm Sunday 9-12pm, 718-638-7600


1-718-638-7600 ext. 4 or write Mindy Sherry, Director of Family & Youth Engagement 

educator@uniontemple.org More on Ms. SherryMore on Ms. Sherry 

Dr. Linda Henry Goodman, Rabbi Rabbigoodman@uniontemple.org

THE TALMUD TEACHES: “These are the obligations without measure, whose reward, too, is without measure:

to honor father and mother;

to perform acts of love and kindness;

to attend the house of study daily;

to welcome the stranger;

to visit the sick;

to rejoice with bride and groom;

to console the bereaved;

to pray with sincerity;

to make peace when there is strife.


At the Union Temple Religious School every student and their family is welcomed into our kehilla kedosha, our temple community. Our school serves the diverse neighborhoods of Brooklyn and warmly welcomes all families to join us. Our Religious School program encourages active Jewish learning. Through classroom participation, t’fillah (prayer services) and Shabbat and Holiday family programs we strive to create Jewish learning experiences that will empower our students and their families to live meaningful Jewish lives together.

Bar/Bat Mitzvah  

It is recommended that your child begin Religious School as early as possible to develop a strong foundation but a minimum of two years of Religious School enrollment is required prior to your child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah year.  Preparation for the service is arranged individually with Rabbi Goodman. On occasion additional tutoring may be recommended.

  Max Bricker
Congratulations to Bat Mitzvah Max Bricker and his Family!

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