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ShulHouse Rock 

ShulHouse Rock is supported by the Lipsitz Family Fund, the Ruth & Joseph Sikora Children’s Education Fund, the Goldie & Sidney Ziff Education & Programming Fund, Roz & Victor Feigelson Religious School Fund, and the Reva and Joe Engel Young Adult Engagement Fund of the Temple Beth El Foundation as well as Temple Beth El’s Sisterhood.

ShulHouse Rock is Temple Beth El’s youth education program focused on engaged learning, collaborative programming, and meaningful holiday and Shabbat Conservative Experiences.

ShulHouse Rock 2023-2024 includes:

  • Tot Shabbat led by Robin Berger 
  • Monthly Storytime Shabbat 
  • Brand New!! Shabbat B'Yachad Monthly Family Shabbat service led by Rabbi Matt Dreffin
  • Educational holiday programs for the whole family
  • Kesher: A Community Teen Experience for post B’nai Mitzvah students including Confirmation 

Be sure to stay up to date on our TBE calendar and upcoming events page.  

ShulHouse Rock Registration is Open


2024 Scholarship Information

Bssie and Nathan Zivitz Camp Ramah Scholarship: This is a merit-based scholarship for students interested in attending Camp Ramah.  Awards range from $600 - $1850. 

Konigsburg Camp Ramah Scholarship: This is a needs-based scholarship for students interested in attending Camp Ramah. Students with financial need may apply for both the Konigsburg Camp Ramah Scholarship and Zivitz Camp Ramah Scholarship. Please note if you would be like to considered for both in your application. The maximum award amount is $360. 

Wolnek Teen Enrichment Scholarship: This is a merit-based scholarship available for students attending Jewish summer camps besides Camp Ramah, or pursuing other Jewish educational experiences, such as summer programs or teen conventions. Please include information about which camp or experience you are applying for. The maximum award available is $305. 

To apply for any or all of these scholarships, students should submit for review examples of contributions they have made to the Temple Beth-El community in writing. Such examples could include but are not limited to:

• Torah/Haftorah Readings

• Shabbat/Holiday Service Leading

• Regular Attendance at Youth Programming

• Regular Attendance at Religious School Classes/Functions

• Social Action Involvement through TBE Affiliates

In addition, students are asked to submit a video essay about the camp or experience they are applying for, and why it is important to them, which can then be shared with the congregation. Please note in your application which scholarships you are applying for (you can apply for more than one). 

All materials must be submitted to Margaret at no later than Friday February 2nd. The awards will be announced no later than Friday February 16th. 

Thank you again to the Temple Beth El Foundation for supporting these scholarships!

Balloon Lulav and Etrog at Family Sukkot

Helping the Unhoused With Magic City Mensches

Sun, April 14 2024 6 Nisan 5784