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Monday evening | 6:30–8:00 pm

Includes dinner from 6:30-7:00 pm!

Confirmation Part 1: Grade 9

Confirmation begins in 9th Grade as part of a two-year program of high school level Jewish learning. We believe that staying engaged with Jewish friends and Jewish learning all through high school is not only important, but also essential! Taught by Rabbi Davis and Barb Shimansky, the curriculum focuses on text and Mussar, a Jewish spiritual practice that gives concrete instructions on how to live a meaningful and ethical life. 9th Grade Confirmation provides an important safe space for our teenagers to explore personal growth and the "real stuff" in their lives with Jewish peers and trusted adults. Our sessions will be filled with connection, friendship, and learning for Jewish personal, spiritual, and ethical growth. The 9th Grade also enjoys a weekend trip to New York City!

Confirmation Part 2: Grade 10

Confirmation continues and is led by Rabbi Gayle Pomerantz and Rabbi Joanne Loiben. The 10th Grade experience focuses on “Questions Google Can’t Answer: Why be Jewish? To whom should I give? For whom am I responsible? What is family? Who is God?” Students will learn, grow, challenge, and discuss with the clergy and with one another. This year also includes the L’Taken experience with the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism in Washington, DC, and culminates in a beautiful ceremony of Confirmation in the spring.


Grades 11 & 12

Our Fellowships provide opportunities to build your resume and character through a Jewish lens.

Israel Fellowship: a bi-monthly Israel advocacy fellowship that focuses on dialogue and interchange surrounding topics that confront American teens on college campuses and beyond.

Justice League Fellowship: a bi-monthly social justice fellowship that focuses on creating change in our environment, both physically and metaphorically. Through physical justice projects as well as advocacy training, teens will learn what it takes to truly make change in our world.

Fellowship applications can be acquired through Rabbi Joanne Loiben.

Other Teen Opportunities

Open to all teens in grades 9-12

 BESHTY: monthly youth group activities including but not limited to social, religious, community service oriented, experiential, and fun programs. Also includes participation in NFTY (the Reform youth movement), and opportunities to connect with teens from throughout south Florida in the NFTY-STR region. For more information, please contact Rabbi Joanne Loiben.

Madrichol: Share and explore new skills of leadership and mentoring in a Jewish environment. Assist in our jLAB religious school program and/or with Mini and Micro BESHTY events and earn community service hours. For more information, please contact Seth Cohen.

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Mon, May 23 2022 22 Iyar 5782