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Temple Tiferet Shalom has opportunities for you and your family at every age and stage. Our programs are for every Jewish family, no matter how you define them! From Shabbat to education to social events, TTS is a place for you to share in Jewish living with other families on the Northshore.

For out Little Ones

  • Tot Shabbat

    • On the first Saturday of every month, young families across the Northshore gather at Temple Tiferet Shalom for an engaging Shabbat service full of song and dance. Services are geared for children 0-6 (and of course, siblings and grandparents are welcome too!)  and last about 20 minutes. Following services, there will be an activity for the entire family to engage with. A light breakfast and coffee are provided 15 minutes before services.

    • You don’t need to be a member to join us for Tot Shabbat! So please join us if you feel inspired to celebrate Shabbat with other young families in our community.

    • Dates: TBD

  • Preschool

    • Bit about Preschool with link to page


  • Religious School

    • Bit about Religious school with link to page


For our Teens

  • Pre-confirmation 

    • The learning and fun doesn’t stop once you become a B’nai MItzvah! Join other 8th and 9th graders to explore what it means to be a teen in the 21st century. Our High School program runs on a trimester cycle. Each trimester runs for 8 weeks and offers a different chug, or elective, for teens to engage with. Examples of chuggim include: Understanding Anti-Semtism, The Jewish Life Cycle, Hot Topics, The Torah says WHAT!?!, and The Jewish Kitchen

    • Every session begins with a light dinner.

  • Confirmation


  • Madrikhim

    • When religious school is in session, teens at TTS can help support the teachers and religious school staff. A madrikh/ah supports teachers in the classroom, offers additional 1-1 tutoring, and helps in the religious school office. This is a perfect opportunity to earn volunteer hours

    • Apply here to schedule a conversation with the Religious School Director.  


    • Justice group?

    • Youth group??


  • Camp and Israel

    • Looking to explore Jewish life outside the walls of the Temple? Check out these wonderful opportunities from local organizations geared towards those under 18

      • Y2I

      • Summer Camp

        • Spend a summer at one of the energetic and engaging Jewish summer camps. Check out this list to find the camp that best fits your camper!

        • P.S. Camp is also a wonderful place to work and spruce up your resume with lifelong leadership skills!

        • Looking for a scholarship for camp, apply to the Brotherhood fund here (link to Brotherhood page.)

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