B'Yachad (Sunday School)
For kindergartners and first graders
9:30-11:30 am, Sunday mornings, September-May
Open to all families regardless of affiliation or school attended. Our rich curriculum includes Hebrew & Mitzvah learning as well as Torah & Holiday enrichment.
Warm, inclusive, community-building. Sign-up HERE
For all families with children up to age 12
Jan 26, March 16 and April 20
Welcome Shabbat together in a child-friendly, ruach-filled setting!
Shabbat Shaboom! On January 26, join Hazzan Dulkin for Shabbat Shaboom as we go GREEN celebrating Tu B'Shvat.
5:15 pm - Blessings with Clergy
5:30 pm - Dinner (FREE for babies up to age 4)
6 pm - Join us for a ruach-filled Tikkun Olam/Repairing the World Shabbat service
7 pm - Dessert, Schmoozing and Free Play
Join us in the Appelbaum Social Hall. Make a Mitzvah Tree & Bring in your Pop Tabs for the Ronald McDonald House!
Age 4 and under: Free
Age 5 -12: $3/each
13 and up: $6/each
10 am-12 pm on Shabbat mornings in the Chapel. Parents welcome too! All are included in leading parts of the service, t'fillot (prayers) to reading Torah!
For more information, contact SUE
B'nai Mitzvah Training
When a child comes of age it is a simcha for the immediate family, the synagogue family, and the entire Jewish community.
Visit our Life Cycle Events page to learn more
2017 Haftarah Class
10-week program to help 6th graders prepare for their B'nai Mitzvah by learning to chant the Haftarah trope (the notes for chanting), and the Haftarah blessings.
Maccabees (Grades 4-6)
Maccabees is a social group that meets monthly on Sunday afternoons. Join us for fun activities with a Jewish twist!
Saturday Morning Program
SMP is the cornerstone of educating our young congregants. All children entering 5th Grade and above who plan to celebrate a Bar/Bat Mitzvah at Adath Jeshurun are required to attend the program for 5th – 7th Graders.
Our Educational Partners
Amos & Celia Heilicher Minneapolis Jewish Day School provides kids in kindergarten through eighth grade a positive environment focused on a strong academic foundation in Jewish and General Studies.
The Talmud Torah serves families and students from grades second through eighth through a varied Jewish curriculum delivered by highly trained, professional Jewish educators.