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Lehrhaus Judaica Courses at Netivot Shalom, Spring, 2010

Below are the Lehrhaus Judaica courses being offered at Netivot Shalom this spring, 2010.
For further information on Lehrhaus, see the Lehrhaus Judaica website.


Advanced Biblical Hebrew 3: Chronicles vs. Kings: What's the Difference? (Spring)

Education @ CNS!

Netivot Shalom is a community that prides itself on its rich opportunities for learning.  Click on one of the links below for information about our schools, upcoming programs and adult classes, and download our Adult Education Catalogue, which will offer you just some sense of the amazing opportunities for learning and intellectual growth at Netivot Shalom. Come join us!

Adult Education

Click here for the Winter, 2013 CNS Adult Education Course Catalogue!


Shabbat Programs for Children

To Parents in the Netivot Shalom Community – Welcome!  Netivot Shalom is a congregation that truly welcomes all ages with great excitement and delight!

We offer the following programs for children on Shabbat:

Bar and Bat Mitzvah

Amitim, meaning friends and fellowship, is Netivot Shalom's B'nai Mitzvah program.  Amitim provides a community where students and families share a special learning and growing experience together.  This program helps to provide a foundation of Hebrew and synagogue skills, as well as, Social Action and Tikkun Olam.  Check out our blog at Email Eliana Kissner, director of amitim, at, for more information!

Education News and Events

Shabbat Camp is here!

We have started a new and improved Shabbat Morning program for 3rd - 6th graders called Shabbat Camp. This will be twice a month (exact dates have not been set yet) and include the following:

Ruach (probably 10:30 - 11:15 am) A combination of songs, prayers, stories and explanations led by Netivot Shalom educational staff with lots of spirit!

Chugim (probably 11:15 - 12:00) elective activities led by parent volunteers with options including sports, drama, singing, and more.


Midrasha in Berkeley is Netivot Shalom's exciting, innovative 8-12th grade program co-sponsored by nine other synagogues and the Center for Jewish Living and Learning. Students gather for a program both academic and social.

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