Hebrew School for the Mind, Body & Soul
Beth Moshe Hebrew School is dedicated to creating a community of students and families who
are committed to lifelong Jewish learning and caring for the world around them. We inspire a love of Judaism by engaging our students in passionate, interactive learning. Our community of learners — experienced faculty, invested parents, and students of all ages — walk side by side as we navigate our own Jewish paths.
Little Hebrew? No Hebrew? No problem! Our individually tailored lessons and low teacher student ratio ensures maximum learning and maximum fun!
Our Hebrew School program is a specially designed supplementary curriculum to secular school for grades K-7. Classes are held on Tuesdays from 4:30-6:30 pm. We will focus on learning Hebrew, Torah, and Holidays and Jewish Life Cycles. Beth Moshe Hebrew School is geared toward preparation for your child's Bar and Bat Mitzvah with reading skills and a general understanding of the most common prayers read in the synagogue. Students will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of holiday activities and synagogue events with their families throughout the year. Our goals are encouraging Jewish values such as Tikkun Olam, teaching Hebrew language, and learning our common histories together in an inclusive, engaged and interactive environment.
Meet Our Instructors
Our Hebrew School inspires our children to develop their Jewish Identities through various channels that nourish the mind, body, and soul. Upon the successful completion of our program, our students will be able to:
-Understand the traditions and historical roots of our culture
-Ascertain a reasonable knowledge of the Hebrew language, ultimately enough to feel comfortable with Hebrew so they can follow and enjoy Synagogue services
-Experience and enjoy a range of Jewish cultural activities
-Be prepared for his/her Bar/Bat Mitzvah upon the successful completion of Hebrew School
"Tikkun Olam" or "Repairing the World" suggests humanity's shared responsibility to heal, repair and transform the world. Hebrew School plans to contribute through our Mitzvah of the Month program.
The world stands on three things: Torah, service, and acts of loving kindness. Pirkei Avot (1:2)
Morah Barbie Jordan
Barbara Jordan has worked for over twenty years as a Jewish educator, teacher, mentor, program coordinator, dance instructor and yoga teacher. Her professional experience includes a variety of positions in school and religious school environments. Barbie's dream is to foster an environment where children come together to celebrate Jewish learning. She is excited to bring her unique approach to Jewish education by merging experiential education with arts inspired curriculum.
Morah Nili Rabinowich, Hebrew Language
Morah Nili has been teaching Hebrew Language for over 45 years, 30 of which have been right here at Beth Moshe! She was born and raised in Binyamina, Israel, and served in the IDF. With her husband of 50 years, she spent some years living in Puerto Rico. She is a mother of 3 and grandmother of 6.
Morah Kira Feldman, Jewish Studies
Kira Feldman has been working with Beth Moshe Congregation since 2005. An graduate from Florida International University in Miami with a B.A in religion and focus on Middle Eastern Relations, Kira hopes to bring her love of Judaism and it's beautiful, rich history to the next generation of students and young adults in our community.
Rabbi Jory Lang, Torah and Life Cycles