Or L’Atid: Youth Education and Programming
at Congregation Or Zarua.
9 a.m. Shaharit & Megillah Reading
Children 1st grade and up are encouraged to attend the community-wide Megillah Reading.
10 a.m. Sing Song Purim (birth-K)
Sing, dance and play the Purim way! Join Bracha, our Shalom Sing-A-Long leader for a morning of fun-filled Purim songs, stories and more!
Geared towards Early Childhood. Older children welcome.
11 a.m. Persian Feast
Authentic Persian Music with Amir Vahab
Mini-spiel/Musical Parody by Bir’nana
11:30 a.m. Kids’ Purim Carnival For kids of all ages!
There is no charge to attend, but please RSVP for planning purposes.
email@example.com or (212) 452-2310 x39.
Start your little one’s day the happy and healthy way with
song, story time, balls, puppets, instruments, blocks,
parachute games & more!
Parents, grandparents and caregivers are welcome as we sing, dance,
play and learn simple Hebrew, Jewish values, and favorite tunes!
Shalom Sing-a-Long meets at
127 East 82nd Street, New York
SIGN UP for our winter semester, beginning January 9!
Siblings each receive 10% off!
Never been to Shalom Sing-A-Long?
Try your first class free using promo code “tryshalom”.
Learn more about our Hebrew School!
Contact Sigal Hirsch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-452-2310 x15 or visit our Hebrew School page for more information.
Or L’Atid, (which means “Light for the Future”) is the new program of youth education and engagement at Congregation Or Zarua. Or L’Atid serves as an umbrella banner for all experiences for children and youth of all ages provided by the congregation.
We offer a modern K-12 Hebrew School—
Hebrew School 2.0—that combines engaging Jewish learning with science and arts, providing a unique interdisciplinary experience for our youth. Learners in grades six through eight can participate in B’nei Mitzvah Scholars, which provides a slate of semester-based Judaic Studies courses that enable students to delve deep into our sacred texts and history in addition to intensive Hebrew Language instruction. High Schoolers can sign up for any or all of our teen offerings, including Rock-רק-Ivrit, a high-intermediate level Hebrew class and Sushi & Study with Rabbi Bolton.
Outside of the classroom,
“Or L’Atid” provides opportunities for youth and families to learn and pray together in our extensive family programs and Shabbat services, all of which enable learners to pray in authentic, age-appropriate Shabbat services, while exploring Jewish song, values and texts with their peers. “Or L’Atid” also allows youth to connect to one another through our vibrant and continuously growing Kadima (6-8 grade) and USY (9-12 grade) Youth Group Chapters. These provide youth with opportunities to learn, pray and engage in hesed projects together, while enjoying time spent together.