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Youth Learning  


TBZ’s Beit Rabban and Mishpachot (family) programs offer family  and child-centric programming that reflects the values and needs of our community.  

One of our core congregational values is experiential education.  All of our programs are based on the notion that through deeply experiencing a joyful, living Judaism we will be able to successfully engage both children and adults in Jewish life and community.  Our educational programming addresses the needs of every single member of TBZ, from ages 0 and up.  We believe that each experience at TBZ—whether on Shabbat or holidays, at Torah study or in Beit Rabban – is an opportunity to help our members build connections to the TBZ community and to engage more deeply in Judaism and Jewish life. 

Our Curriculum Overview can be found here:  Beit Rabban Curriculum Overiew, or click here to view the full, detailed curriculum.  If you would like more information, please contact Rav Tiferet Berenbaum at

Beit Rabban (Grades K-7) meets every Wednesday from 4-6pm, from September 11, 2019-June 3, 2020.  Once a month, the entire school gathers together for the last thirty minutes of the afternoon for Z’man B’yachad (Time Together), an opportunity for students and parents to engage in communal learning and bonding.  There are also two Y'mei Iyyun, special days of learning, open to both students and parents.

Register here for Beit Rabban 2019/2020

As learners in our Beit Rabban program, your children will be engaged in a rigorous and fun classroom environment with a structured curriculum and a talented teacher whose goal is to spark your child’s love of Judaism and help them build a strong foundation of knowledge and experience to be active, engaged Jews.  

The cost of Beit Rabban for students in grades K-5 is $950.  For students in grades 6-7 who are also in the B’nei Mitzvah program, Beit Rabban tuition is $600.

In line with our vision, Beit Rabban, T'fillot Mishpachot (family services), and The Tent (our teen program) are just small pieces of the educational programming offered at TBZ.  All mishpachot (family) programs are carefully planned in order to present your child with a deep and well rounded Jewish experience.  Other programs include:

  • Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat service with our neighbors at Hebrew Senior Life at 1550 Beacon Street
  • Friday night dinners
  • Friday night dinners at homes and a Friday night service for the Beit Rabban community
  • Intergenerational Family services on Saturday morning
  • Mitzvah Day and the Walk for Hunger
  • Holiday deliveries of packages to our neighbors at Hebrew Senior Life at 1550 Beacon Street
  • The community retreat
  • MishpaHost, small Shabbat meals in member homes
  • B’nei Mitzvah program (which meets on Shabbat and several Sundays)
  • Teen Shabbat, the Saturday morning service led by Teens

This is quite a large number of events, and given our busy lives it is impossible for any of us to attend every event that happens at TBZ.  We invite you to be a part of as much of this programming as you can.  The more opportunity your child has to engage in meaningful Jewish experiences with their peers and community, the more they will learn and grow at TBZ.

In addition to the programs and events that happen at TBZ, we hope to encourage and support your family’s Jewish life at home and your connections to one another.  Please let us know how we can support you and give you the resources you need to bring TBZ home with you.


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