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Youth and Family Life

At Hevreh, children are an integral part of our community. Hevreh’s Religious School serves children by providing a Jewish education that includes the study of Torah, Hebrew and prayer, Jewish culture, history and ethics, Jewish literature, music and art, and Israel. Through our Yachad program, family education is a central component of Hevreh’s Religious School.


We seek to create a place that our children and their families will view as their own: a place where they may bring their enthusiasm, their curiosity, their questions and their ideas for exploration. We provide an experience where children and their families learn by doing.


Our goal is to instill in all our students a belief system and the skills that will foster a strong Jewish identity to sustain them throughout their lives.


The Education Team,


    Rabbi Jodie Gordon, Education Director

    Jodie Friedman, Program Associate


To find out more about our youth and family programs, contact the Hevreh office at 413-528-6378.

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

Madrich Youth Scholarships

It’s cold out now, but summer 2019 is just around the corner!


Hevreh supports our families whose commitment to synagogue is deepened by their relationship to URJ Youth programs. Through our Madrich Youth Scholarship Fund Hevreh is able to grant modest scholarships for students in good standing who plan to participate in opportunities provided by URJ Youth including but not limited to URJ summer camps and NFTY programs.


To request a Madrich Youth Scholarship, download and fill out the form to the right. To be considered, all applications must be received by Jodie Friedman no later than February 8, 2019.


For more information, contact the Hevreh office.





Saturday, February 2

9:00 am



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


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.