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Learning is a core value of life at JRC.

Jewish education is a lifelong practice that engages the mind, heart and soul. JRC offers opportunites to broaden your mind regardless of age. Explore all the learning opportunities we have to offer below!

 

Early Childhood Center

JRC Early Childhood Center provides high-quality early childhood education, with relationships as the foundation of a nurturing, joyful, and stimulating environment that supports children’s unique abilities to explore through play in order to build positive self-esteem and successful patterns of learning and problem-solving, and to develop empathy and appreciation for others.

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Religious School

At JRC’s Religious School, students and teachers are happy and engaged. Although we believe it’s important that school be fun, we’re serious about our responsiblity to partner with parents to cultivate the Jewish values that will serve our children throughout their lives, in their personal relationships and as global citizens.

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Adult Education

Our programs are designed around our members’ thirst for knowledge with a focus of learning from each other as well as bringing in professional speakers.  We have so much wisdom and experience to share right from our community — come join us!

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B'nai / B'rit Mitzvah

Our congregation model is to impart to our children the diversity of practice, and the exposure to a wide variety of Jewish expressions, guiding them to find their place and voice in the fabric of the Jewish people.

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Library

The mission of the JRC Library is to promote lifelong learning (Limud) at JRC and to reinforce and support congregational programming for all age groups and constituent units of JRC, responsive to the times and culture in which we live.

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Czech Torah

JRC is privileged to be the caretakers of a Torah rescued from the Holocaust. This special Torah represents a link between our past and the continuing story of Jewish life unfolding.