Q: How is JKG Sunday different from a traditional Sunday school?
JKG takes the love and enthusiasm kids feel at summer camp and incorporates it into Hebrew school. JKG is bright, fun and energetic. Students learn to read Hebrew, explore Israeli culture, celebrate Jewish holidays, and build friendships, all in an engaging, joyful environment.
Q: I want my kids to attend, but I don't belong to a synagogue. Is that okay?
YES! JKG parents are a special group. They linger after drop-off, they show up early to chat on the front porch, they connect on the playground. They leave JKG and head for the local coffee shop, only to run into other JKG parents. Some families belong to a synagogue, many do not. We are a community because we want to be one and our community-wide events– including Singing Seder in the Garden, Color War, and Shabbat Dinners– foster friendships between families.