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At Mishkon Tephilo, we value our learners at every age and stage of their lives.

Our little ones can have a blast and learn at the same time with our Tot Shabbat and Preschool programs. For school-age kids, we've got Religious and youth programs that offer plenty of options to fit into their busy lives. And hey, we've got stuff for families too! We have family education opportunities and special services throughout the year, one Friday of every month. 

But it's not just for the kids. We've got plenty of learning opportunities for adults too. Whether you're into studying Talmud, joining our conversations during Shabbat morning Torah study, or checking out our new classes and book clubs, there's something for everyone. 

We want to hear from you! Let us know what you are interested in learning about, and together our growing community of learners will become your guides, your teachers, and your friends. 

From infants to adults, we're here to support you throughout your journey. 

Our Core Values 

Learning in a Community
Mishkon Tephilo is all about learning and community. We believe in a partnership between our professionals, congregants, and guest educators. This collaboration empowers all learners to contribute to their Jewish development actively and encourages greater participation in the learning process. From infants to lifelong members, our learners grow with us. 

Living Jewishly
Learning the skills to live a Jewish life is at the heart of our Jewish education. It's not just about knowing the facts but understanding the values embedded in Shabbat, holidays, communal religious events, and rituals practiced at home. By equipping our members with these values and the necessary skills to celebrate them, we're nurturing them to become informed members of the Jewish community capable of making meaningful life choices. We know that Jewish living goes beyond specific times and places, so we provide values-based learning that transcends everyday life. 

21st Century Judaism
In the 21st century, living a Jewish life remains relevant and meaningful. We see Jewish learning essential in all stages of life. When we truly grasp the choices we make daily and recognize them as Jewish choices, living a Jewish life takes on even more significance. 

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