South Windsor, CT, October 21, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Temple Beth Hillel is currently accepting enrollment in its first class religious school which offers students an outstanding curriculum and cutting edge materials. They are excited to announce a new Director of Education, Cantor Scott Harris, who has energized an already superb faculty.
The tenants of Temple Beth Hillel's educational philosophy center on home, study, worship and tzedakah. Any family seeking to enhance their children's religious educations should seek out personal Jewish growth in the context of a supportive and warm community such as Temple Beth Hillel.
According to Rabbi Jeff Glickman, "Make your home match the values taught. Making a sukkah, taking an active interest in your child’s studies, celebrating Shabbat, preparing a Temple backpack – these are all ways to fortify what we do here."
Temple Beth Hillel's Educational Center goals center on the these three tenants:
1.) For every learner to develop into a Jewishly literate adult.
2.) For every member of Temple Beth Hillel, regardless of age, to see themselves as lifelong learners, on a Jewish journey with the rest of us.
3.) To build relationships among children and adults based on the belief that community develops from those strong relationships.
"We ask for your active participation in our school -- as an adult learner, as a fellow worshipper and as someone building a stronger congregation - engaged in Tikkun Olam -repairing the world," Cantor Scott Harris says, "We each may find a different piece of that puzzle to embrace, and we ask you to let us help you find yours!"
Temple Beth Hillel is a dynamic reform synagogue rooted in tradition but committed to the future. It is located on 20 Baker Lane in South Windsor. For more information on enrolling your child in their religious program call 860-282-8466 or visit their website at tbhsw.org