TBK Religious School News
February 5 , 2019
From TBK Education Director Jacqui Lipschitz

Dear TBK Families:

I hope you're loving this beautiful weather as much as we are!! I'm counting the sleeps until our Soup, Socks and Shabbat event on Friday.

Please make your reservation today by calling Terri Richardson at 244-7060, ext. 229. Click here to see more information.

See special offer for BRiKTY members below.

Warm regards,
Friday, February 8 - RSVP Today!!
Join us on  Friday, February 8  for a cozy Shabbat full of Music and Mitzvah.
Click here for more information and to RSVP
Mt. Olivet Pupil Exchange will be this Sunday!
The portion of the TBK-Mt. Olivet Pulpit Exchange that had to be rescheduled due to severe winter weather has been rescheduled for this Sunday, February 10 at 11:00 a.m.
Please join us as Rabbi Stein delivers the sermon at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, 141 Adams Street.
If your child will be attending the service at Mt. Olivet in place of attending class on Sunday, please let us know by clicking here to e-mail Jacqui Lipschitz
Preschool Workshop - Tzedakah!
Join us this Sunday, Feb. 10
9:30 AM – 10:30 PM
Meet in Room 205
The Preschool Workshops provide a nurturing educational environment for three and four year-olds where children are immersed in Jewish living and Jewish values through monthly workshops.
Family Israel Trip Informational Meeting Postponed
The Informational Meeting on the Intergenerational Family Trip to Israel has been rescheduled to Sunday, March 3 at 11:00 a.m. in the Chapel.
If you are interested in the trip but cannot attend the meeting, please
e-mail Rabbi Stein for more information.


Inviting 9th to 12th graders to join us for BRiKTY!
(TBK's Youth Group for high schoolers)
Click here for more information!

BRiKTY Members - Hope to see you THIS FRIDAY!!
Stay after services or join us at 6:30 for dinner and a movie! Free with donation of socks or $5. Details below; RSVP to Becca or Rabbi Rochelle ASAP.

Check It Out!!
Teen Opportunity!

The Szarvas Fellowship program provides exceptional North American high school student leaders with the opportunity of a lifetime! Each year, thousands of campers from over 25 countries attend Camp Szarvas, learning together the many different ways Jews around the world live out their Judaism. Camp Szarvas is a place that nurtures exploration, leadership and Jewish identity building. The Fellowship explores topics like Jewish identity, social justice, pluralism, Israel, the role of the Diaspora, and more. It is at the forefront of what it means to engage and experience what global Jewish peoplehood is all about.

Eligible: High School students entering  11th &12th grade
Session Dates: #1 6/27-7/12  #2 7/11-7/26   #3 7/25-8/9  #4 8/8-8/23
Application due date: 2/20/19