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H.U.B. stands for the Hebrew Hadracha U’chesed v’Bina (Leadership through kindness and wisdom) and serves as our “hub” for teen learning and engagement for Grades 7-12. Teens in H.U.B. are engaged in Jewish knowledge, build on leadership skills, dive into spirituality, and deepen connections to Jewish friends and sense of self.


Select Sundays, 9:30 am-10:45 pm
7th graders will meet as a cohort throughout the year to debate different Jewish ideas, explore how to make an impact on our world and relate their Jewish experiences to pop culture.

Select Sundays, 9:30 am-10:45 pm
This cohort will meet as a grade level to build on what they have learned previously, learn about Jewish leadership, and look at current events through the lens of Judaism.

Select Sundays, 11:00 am-12:15 pm
Students will focus on the Jewish anecdote “the world is a narrow bridge” by exploring all sides of current events. Students will be led through interactive experiences bringing understanding to how they struggle with moral issues from multiple sides as they hear competing points of view. 9th grade will also have a trip to Alabama for a Jewish civil rights experience.

Weekly Sundays, 11:00 am-12:15
The H.U.B. Sunday Confirmation program provides an ideal setting for students to explore their Judaism together with Rabbi Brad Levenberg and our incredible Confirmation staff. This experience allows teens to explore the relevance and importance of enduring topics related to Jewish identity. This program includes an opening retreat in Atlanta, the highly anticipated class trip to New York, and the meaningful Confirmation service in the spring.

Select Wednesdays, 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
What’s more Jew-ish than dining and debating? Students in 11th grade are invited to join us throughout the year for the popular Dinner Club program. We’ll meet at local restaurants for great food, better company, and the opportunity to learn together!

12th graders and parents are invited to join this series designed to address and help students prepare for aspects of Jewish Life in college.


Wed, April 24 2024 16 Nisan 5784