Beginning with the 2013-14 school year, Kol Rinah Religious School will meet twice a week.
|Pre-K through 8th grade
|2nd through 7th grade
||Sundays 9:00am-noon & Wednesdays 4:14-6:00
In addition to classroom programs, mifgaShabbat, Shabbatonim, and family programs/celebrations are integral parts of the curriculum.
MifgaShabbat is a monthly intergenerational participatory service for the entire family. MifgaShabbat began as a part of the "Living Jewish Lives" initative funded by a grant from the Gladys K. Crown Foundation. Kol Rinah is continuing the program.
Shabbat attendence is required nine times throughout the year. Students and their families are always welcome at services. Students can become members of the Chai (18) or Double Chai (36) club by attending 18 or 36 services during the school year. Students should check the Shul Goers Board at Kol Rinah when they attend any service: Mincha; Maariv, Shabbat, Kabbalat Shabbat, and any holiday services. Services at other congragations count up to two times a year, just let the office know.
Kol Rinah will be joining with Bnai Amoona for city wide Shabbatonim and Shabbateeny. Shabbatonim will each have a theme that will enrich a student's Jewish knowledge and creat a feeling of community for our students.
Shabbatonim are Friday night through Saturday Havdalah programs for 4th/5th and 6th/7th grade students. The students will overnight at a shul.
Shabbateeny are for 2nd/3rd grade students and begin with Shabbat services and end with Havdalah.