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Reminder: No Noar Sunday this Week (10/31)

10/28/2021 09:31:10 AM


Dear {{first_name}}, 

As a reminder, there is no Noar Sunday this week, October 31st (but there IS Noar Sunday Hebrew). Noar Sunday will be back in Read more...

Pickles and Kavod

10/27/2021 12:14:50 PM


What do pickles have to do with kavod (respect)?

Mr. Danny's gardening chug (elective) with Orim students is a hands-on experience in gardening and...Read more...

See you tomorrow for Noar B'Yachad!

10/22/2021 12:09:24 PM


Dear {{first_name}}, 

We can't wait to see you tomorrow for our next session of Noar B'Yachad from 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM. We'll be focusing on light andRead more...

What You Need to Know for Noar Sunday - 10.24.2021

10/21/2021 09:17:09 AM


Dear {{first_name}}, 

We're looking forward to another great week at Noar Sunday! If your family is enrolled in Noar B'Yachad, we'll see you this SaRead more...

What is Tzedakah?

10/20/2021 02:50:05 PM


What is Tzedakah?

Tzedakah (charitable giving) looks a little different at Noar Sunday this year! Instead of collecting change for different organizations throughout the year, Noar students are living and learning this value each week through action, time, and both material and monetary donations. 

Students are learning that tzedakah can be done many different ways. While collecting and...Read more...

What You Need to Know for Noar Sunday - 10.17.2021

10/14/2021 09:30:54 AM


Dear {{first_name}}, 

We have BIG news this week! Temple Sinai has welcomed its newest member of the tribe: Baby Moldovan-Henke is here! Mazel tovRead more...

No Noar this week: see you 10/17 (and a few announcements)!

10/07/2021 09:02:10 AM


Dear {{first_name}}, 

There will be no Noar this Sunday, October 10th. We'll see you again on October 17th!

As we look ahead at the month, we want Read more...

Orim (Grades 4-5) Tzedakah Focus: Family Promise

10/04/2021 11:46:37 AM


Welcome to Orim (Grades 4-5) at Noar Sunday!
For Tzedakah this year, all grades are focusing on organizations that fight for economic justice. Each eiRead more...

What You Need to Know for Noar Sunday 10.3.2021

09/30/2021 09:02:24 AM


Dear {{first_name}}, 

We're ready for another great session of Noar Sunday this Sunday, October 3! We are looking forward to another great day of Read more...

Sukkot, Simchat Torah, and a Celebration of Joy!

09/29/2021 01:34:42 PM


This High Holy Day season has been truly incredible as our families and students have been able to gather again. There have been so many amazing moments of connection, learning, and celebration! We wanted to share a few of our favorite moments from Sukkot and Simchat Torah with you!

Kickoff to Noar B'Yachad

Last year, Temple Sinai debuted its virtual family program and we have been so excited...Read more...

Introducing our Shinshin: Shahaf!

09/22/2021 02:46:29 PM


Each year Temple Sinai participates in Atlanta's Shinshinim program, which pairs a young Israeli educator with different Jewish programs throughout the city to help our students build a relationship with Israel. This year, we are excited to have Shahaf Vaknin join us -- all the way from Atlanta's sister city, Yokneam. He enjoys sports and photography!


Chugim Start This Week!

09/12/2021 10:38:23 AM


As you know, each student is placed into an eidah (unit) based on age level with its own curricular focus (lifecycle events, Torah stories, Jewish history, etc.). We explore social emotional spiritual learning through the mensch middot (Jewish values) to help students learn to be active, engaged members of their communities and to be their best selves. During each session, Noar students move through different electives, small groups, Hebrew,...Read more...

Noar B'Yachad Starts September 25

09/09/2021 10:35:51 AM



Welcome Back Noar Students

08/30/2021 10:35:02 AM



It is so good to be back in our space and welcoming so many faces - old and new - to Noar Sunday! We had an incredible first day of Noar together where students were able to explore the Mercaz (our outdoor learning center), experience the Cooper Outdoor Chapel for T'filah (prayer), and get to know new friends, teachers, and madrichim (teen assistants). If you haven't already, MEET THE TEACHING...Read more...

Our Teachers are Getting Ready for You

08/23/2021 10:36:21 AM


Noar Sunday teachers enjoyed planning for the Noar year during our last summer professional development day! For those new to Noar Sunday, each child has a Bayit (home base) teacher, but also is rotated through with...Read more...

What You Need to Know This Year

08/18/2021 10:37:15 AM



Get a Sneak Peek of Our Noar Sunday Team

08/16/2021 10:36:48 AM


During our first IN PERSON teacher training in over a year, Noar Sunday teachers learned how to see the forest through the trees--with outdoor, experiential learning! At Noar Sunday, we first teach the teachers by modeling what a Noar Sunday outdoors should look like. We started with "Boker Kehilah," our morning community meeting, where we learned about the Mensch Middot (Jewish Values in Action to be our best selves!), Tzedakah, and engaged...Read more...

Shalom to a New Noar Year

08/08/2021 10:37:38 AM


Join us as we say "Shalom" to a new Noar (Youth) year! To kick off our professional development, all of our Noar educators and educators from other Atlanta area synagogues joined the Jewish Education Collaborative, an education initiative led by the incomparable Rabbi Elana Perry through the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta.

Zoom Professional Development

Thu, October 28 2021 22 Cheshvan 5782