J2: 3rd-5th Grade Youth Group
Join J², Beth Israel’s youngest (Jr. Jr.) youth group! Hang out with all your Beth Israel friends and make new ones. J² will build Jewish connections that will last you a lifetime. J² events will often take place on Sunday afternoons following Religious School. Whether we’re on the Beth Israel campus or bused around town, lunch will always be a part of the afternoon. Keep your eyes open for awesome monthly activities with J². Help us make J² a huge success.For more information please contact Andres Geurts-Barreto at email@example.com or 858 900-2552.
NOAR: 6th-8th Grade Youth Group
Beth Israel’s 6th – 8th grade youth activity program is called NOAR, which means youth in Hebrew. It provides opportunities for young people to participate in activities throughout the year. For more information, email Andres Geurts-Barreto at firstname.lastname@example.org or 858 900-2552.
Visit the Upcoming Youth Events page to see future NOAR events!
Join NOAR here.
BITY: 9th-12th Grade Youth Group
Beth Israel’s 9th-12th grade program is called BITY, which stands for Beth Israel Temple Youth. BITY provides opportunities for high school age youth to participate in activities, form lasting friendships and learn leadership skills. For more information, contact Andres Geurts-Barreto at email@example.com or 858 900-2552
Monthly Teen Shabbat (7th grade -12th Grade)
Join us beginning in the fall for our monthly teen service in the Chapel at 6:00 p.m. Spend your Shabbat with friends from BITY, NOAR, and all of Beth Israel’s youth to sing, pray, and enjoy a special shabbat experience. Following services we have our own Shabbat Teen-Only Oneg in the Feuerstein Family Activity Center. Read more about Teen Worship Services.
Your 5779 BITY Board
President – Alan Senoff
Programming VP – Haley Weinstein
Social Action VP – Sadie Smith
Religious & Cultural VP – Noah Hampshire
Membership VP – Cole Rudnick
Financial VP- Tzippy Moehringer
Communications VP- Elyssa Abbott
9th Grade Rep – Liora Krantz
For more information on Rosh Hodesh, please contact Andres Geurts-Barreto at firstname.lastname@example.org or 858 900-2552