Teens Leadership and Community Service Opportunities
At Temple Sholom, we recognize that our teens have many demands on their time. Our Teen Leadership and Community Service opportunities allow teens to participate in one or more of our teen programs. Each program helps teens maintain a strong connection to the synagogue and Judaism by providing an opportunity to continue their Jewish education through activities they already love.
These programs provide our teens with experiences that bridge their personal interests and Jewish life. Our mission is to provide teens with a continuous Jewish education and with social relationships within the Temple Sholom community.
8th–12th graders have many options and ways to get involved with Temple Sholom and their peers.
- Temple Sholom hosts BBYO, Andre Spitzer AZA Chapter for boys & Aviva BBG Chapter for girls. BBYO is an International Jewish Youth movement, formerly associated with B’nai Brith. The chapters meet every other Tuesday night at Temple Sholom and often plan community service projects as well as social programs.
- Madrichim (Religious School Volunteer)
- Teen choir