Congregation Beth Meier
House of Lightsm
First Studio City Synagogue
11725 Moorpark St.
Studio City, CA 91604
Tuesday - Friday 9AM - 3PM
ONGOING PROGRAMS AT BETH MEIER
The second Friday of the month is our Family Shabbat service at 7:30pm. Come for singing, dancing and stories.
Every Saturday morning, services begin at 10am and includes a lively discussion on the Torah portion.
Lunch & Learn Series with Rabbi Flom, Tuesdays at noon. Call to RSVP: 818-769-0515.
Hebrew Crash Course - Learn to read Hebrew, improve prayer/siddur reading skills, leyn torah/haftarah, help lead services, etc. Lessons will be held on Sundays from 10am to 11am at the Gan Rachel social hall during religious school starting September.
TORAH FOR LIFE
Discover the history of our Holocaust Torah and learn how you can take part in restoring it for synagogue use. Take this opportunity to help the flame of Judaism burn more brightly in your life and in the lives of all those touched by Congregation Beth Meier, the House of Light. http://www.bethmeier.org/torahforlife.php
YOUTH PROGRAMS AT BETH MEIER
Get your child involved in the following programs. Fill out and return the membership and school registration forms to get your child enrolled, or call our office for more information. Please note arrangements can be made for special situations and a discount is available to families with more than one student enrolled with us. Giving your children a quality Jewish education is a mitzvah!
For children ages six to eight. Classes start in September on Sundays, from 9:30 to 12:00PM, to May. Your child will get all the basic building blocks required for his/her further Jewish education. The curriculum includes music, arts and crafts, Bible stories, holiday activities and more. By the end of the year your child will know, in addition to the aleph-bet, a vocabulary of Hebrew words and songs, and major themes of Jewish worship and observance, and that being Jewish includes living an honest, respectful, and moral life.
For children ages nine to thirteen. Classes start in September and are held Sunday for advanced and intermediate student. These studies focus more on learning the liturgy, not only how to read the prayers in Hebrew, but also on the meanings of the prayers. The Hebrew vocabulary should expand during these years just as the students' immersion in the study of Jewish holidays, Biblical/Rabbinic stories, and lessons for conducting a good and noble Jewish life continue. By the end of his or her Hebrew School years, a student will be well prepared for his or her Bar or Bat Mitzvah.
Beth Meier's youth group is newly revitalized. If you have a child in junior high or high school, call the office to find out more details.