Oseh Shalom

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Your Child @ Oseh

Your Child @ Oseh

Oseh Programming for Children


toddlers playing outsideAt Oseh, we provide opportunities for children of all ages to come together for learning & community.

Youngest Children

Oseh offers a preschool program once a month for 3-5 years olds that combines play and learning for a joyful Jewish experience. Babies and toddlers are welcome to services and events.  We have a playroom parents and toddlers can enjoy when they just need to run and shout their joy.

Oseh School (Pre-K through 12th grade)

Oseh’s offers and interactive, experiential religious school. Classes meet on Sundays from 9-11:30 am with a virtual mid-week programs you can schedule at a convenient time. Details on the Oseh School Religious School page!

Bnai Mitzvah

We care deeply about helping your child step into learning, leadership, and their own development of their relationship to Judaism through our Bnei Mitzvah program. We offer Hebrew tutoring and any other support your child needs.

Summer Camp!

Many of our children attend Jewish summer camp at Camp Havaya, the Reconstructionist Camp. It’s a powerful way to strengthen your child’s Jewish identity. Did you know that the camp provides much scholarship for families? Oseh also has a fund. And for first time campers, you get $1000 off the summer’s tuition! Contact the office  for more information.

Teen Programs

  • Our teens can come together for community service, learning and community building through Teen Connect.
  • They can also study for Confirmation.
  • And they also gain leadership skills and great experience (and a modest salary) through our Madrikh program, where they help out in the Oseh School.
  • Many of our teens also are involved with BBYO (Bnai Brith Youth Organization).

**Do you or your child/grandchild have any idea of something that would be great for your child/ grandchild and others? Contact Rabbi Daria (RabbiDaria@Oseh-Shalom.org) with ideas.