Sign In Forgot Password
  • 		                                		                                <span class="slider_title">
		                                    Youth Engagement		                                </span>

Our youth groups are a great way for all Temple Sinai children to build connections with their peers
and to make fun Jewish memories! Youth group events are open to all Temple Sinai members, including those at Jewish day schools. You do not need to be in Noar to attend our youth group events.

SCRAPPY, Temple Sinai’s youth group for Kindergarten and 1st graders is a great way to make new friends at Temple Sinai. SCRAPPY events are held four times a year on Sunday afternoons, right after Noar Sunday.  Some examples of past events have included SCRAPPY Olympics, edible science experiments, and superhero training.  

Club 23 is Temple Sinai’s youth group for 2nd and 3rd graders.  Club 23 has 5 events on Saturday evenings throughout the year.  Children engage through all kinds of events, such as a life-size Mario Kart game, messy Olympics, and more.

Club 45 is Temple Sinai’s youth group for 4th and 5th graders. Our Club 45 group will embark on a variety of fun, meaningful experiences that nurture their Jewish identities.  Club 45 events take place on 5 Saturday evenings throughout the year, plus an added treat for this group...a lock-in! 


As the transition year between youth and teen programs, 6th graders will join SINAI678. SINAI678 connects our middle school community and serves as an introduction to older teen youth groups and programs. SINAI678 holds events once a month, creating a fun, engaging community where everyone has a place and feels welcome. We can’t wait to see you! Events have included: regressive dinner (dessert first), teen lounge, escape room, donut party, and color war.
6th graders are also invited to Hatikvah Kallah, a weekend-long regional convention through NFTY-SAR (Our region of the North American Federation of Temple Youth, which includes Georgia, South Carolina, and parts of North Carolina and Florida). 

There are many Jewish summer camps in the Southern area. Learn more about opportunities for campers, teens and grants here.

Wed, April 1 2020 7 Nisan 5780