“May your heart be filled with intuition and your words be filled with insight. May your eyes shine with the light of holy words and your face reflect the brightness of the heavens. May your lips speak wisdom and your fulfillment be in righteousness even as you ever yearn to hear the words of the Holy Ancient One of Old.”
~ Talmud, Berachot 17a
Temple Micah’s Religious School inspires students in grades K-7 to explore Judaism and understand its basic tenets through age-appropriate activities and lessons. The program is designed to encourage children to think, question and challenge themselves while developing an understanding of why it is up to each of us to help make the world a better place (tikkun olam).
The Religious School meets on Sunday mornings from 9-11:30 a.m. at Temple Micah (5209 Montview Blvd.)* and includes:
Experiential Classroom Education
Your family is fit for Temple Micah Religious School Program if…
- You have children who will be in grades K-12 at the start of the next school year.
- You are willing to make a serious commitment to have your children present and active each Sunday morning from September to May, 9-11:30 a.m.
- You are willing to participate at least twice a year with Bayachad programs (see above).
* Please note that beginning in September 2016, Temple Micah’s Religious School now meets at the same location as our synagogue, on the Park Hill United Methodist Church campus, 5209 Montview Blvd.
1st Child: $550
2nd Child: $520
3rd Child: $500
1st Child: $900
2nd Child: $850
3rd Child $820
Tuition includes all materials and books. We occasionally ask families to bring a snack to share (challah and juice) as well as items for projects (recyclables, food for the poor, special skills, etc.).
Open to all
Although your family does not have to be a member, we highly encourage you to be active participants in the Micah community. Our educational programs are successful through the interactions of community members, both on Sunday morning and during all Micah activities throughout the year.