TTEUSY, with the mascot of the Loony Toon Tasmanian Devil, is Temple Torat Emet’s chapter of youth group. The active chapter is close to 40 annual members strong and is run by an elected student board that is overseen by the Director of Youth Activities. Programs are at least monthly and participate in temple-wide holiday celebrations as well.
Whether it be social action, religion, sports, games, Israel, crafts, or culture, there are events for every interest.United Synagogue Youth and Kadima inspire Jewish youth to explore, celebrate and practice ethical values, Jewish Living, Zionism and community responsibility based on the ideology of the Conservative Movement.
April 17 – USY board meeting
Thursday, April 18 – Youth Chametz Hunt 6:30-8pm $5 Meet in ballroom
Friday, April 26 – Shabbat service led by Youth at Brookdale nursing home. Arrive by 6:30, pick up at 8pm or stay for the service! Free.
Sunday, May 5 – Youth board elections 4-6pm in the ballroom. Apply to run to stacey at 561-251-3549 by 5/1/19. Must be a member of youth group in good standing to run and vote. Grades entering 6-12 are encouraged to attend. Election Candidacy Packet
Wednesday, May 8 – Jewish Federation’s Yom HaAtzmaut celebration at John Prince Park
Sunday, May 19- Pool and Pizza Party closing program. 3-6pm. RSVP to Stacey at 561-251-3549 by 5/16 for address and details.
Saturday, June 8- Shavuot in Shul : Pajama Party! 7-10pm of a beautiful ceremony, Jewish learning through games and ice cream. $5 and rsvp to Stacey 561-251-3549 by 6/5/19
USY is Conservative Judaism’s premiere youth group for high school students, run by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. With over 350 local chapters, USY boasts a membership of thousands of teens throughout the United States and Canada. It teaches Jewish youth the values and skills they need to become exceptional leaders in their religious and secular communities all through fun, social programming. Through year round programming and domestic and international travel opportunities, USY provides meaningful, immersive Jewish experiences, helping teens integrate Jewish rituals and values into their everyday lives.
Kadima is the international youth organization for Jewish pre-teens in middle school, sponsored by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
NOAR is Temple Torat Emet’s pre-Kadima youth organization for children in grades 3-5. Noar’s monthly high energy, relationship building programming keeps kids wanting to come back for more