Youth and Family Life - Hevreh
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Religious and Hebrew school

Hevreh’s Religious School meets Sundays from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm

All are welcome to join us for Visual T’Filah in the Sanctuary at 12:05 pm

Hebrew Skills for grades 3 – 7 meets Wednesdays from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

Refer to the Religious and Hebrew School Calendar at the bottom of this page for dates and special events

Religious School is Getting a Check Up!


As part of Hevreh’s 20/20 Strategic Plan, our Religious School program is due for a check-up! Over the past four years, we have been able to accomplish wonderful things together as a learning community. This 360 degree reflection and evaluation process is an opportunity to ask questions from a place of curiosity, and not crisis. Our goal is to engage as many stakeholders in open and honest conversation about the strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for growth in our Religious School programs. Join us at either one of two Town Hall Meetings taking place on Sunday, May 6 at 10:30 am, or Thursday, May 24 at 7:00 pm


Tiny Talmidim


Sunday at 10:15 am–11:45 am
May 6


Tiny Talmidim is a hands-on class that allows parents and young children the opportunity to explore the Jewish calendar together each month through movement, music, cooking, and crafts related to Jewish holidays and Jewish values. Each month at Tiny Talmidim, you can expect to learn something new, make something new, taste, sing, and experience something new with our fabulous teacher, Terri Sash. Questions? Be in touch with Rabbi Gordon.

Saturday at 9:00 am

April 21, May 19, June 2


Join our rabbis, Cantor Cohen, Shluffy the Sloth and Barak-y Raccoon for a sweet Shabbat morning celebration.


This spring, we’ll add to our Shabbat celebration with crafts, stories, and the chance to learn some new songs for spring holidays like Passover, Yom Ha’atzmaut, and Shavuot! As always, we  welcome interfaith families, GLBTQ families, nursing moms, babies and siblings of all ages, grandparents and special people, new members, first timers, neighbors and friends.

Special Events

Important Dates at a Glance


April 27: 6:15 pm Community Shabbat–Yom Shishi!

Sunday, May 6: 10:30 am Religious School 360 Town Hall Meeting 1

May 11: 6:30 pm HoTY Shabbat at Camp

May 20:  Shavuot and Confirmation

May 24: 7:00 pm Religious School 360 Town Hall Meeting 2

Community Shabbat Experience


Friday April 27 at 6:15 pm


It’s Yom Shishi! Our Shabbat celebration this month will celebrate Israel’s 70th birthday. Our service will feature music from some of Israel’s leading prayer communities like Nava Tehila and Beit T’filah Israel. We will also send Hevreh’s Israel Trip off with a special blessing before they depart. Community Shabbat is free and open to the entire Hevreh community with advance RSVP.


Click here to sign up

HoTY Shabbat at Camp with NFTY-NE at URJ Eisner


Friday, May 11 7:30 pm


HoTY Shabbat is taking its act on the road this year, joining over 100 teens from across New England for Shabbat dinner and services at URJ Eisner Camp as part of the NFTY-NE Leadership Kallah. All Hevreh students in 8th-12th grade are invited to join the Leadership Kallah at camp this evening, where HoTY members will participate in leading Shabbat services for the region.


For Hevreh students opting in for just Shabbat dinner and services, please RSVP to Jodie Friedman at