Moving Traditions is partnering with Hebrew Helpers to create teen group experiences
Middle school and high school can be a challenging time in your teen’s life. It’s when they’re asking life’s big questions, like who they want to be and become. It’s a time when friendship and mentorship are needed most, and when the values and support of Jewish community can be a positive, guiding force. Their Jewish journey does not end after B’nai Mitzvah – in fact, it continues to blossom!
Hebrew Helpers is partnering with Moving Traditions, a national nonprofit that specializes in helping Jewish youth grow up healthy and whole. Together we’re creating small, safe group experiences within your community and inspiring teens like yours to openly explore the fundamental questions of identity and society. These groups, Rosh Hodesh for girls and Shevet for guys, meet monthly in families’ homes, and, through the guidance of a trained mentor, connect relevant teen content with enduring Jewish values—all while encouraging a good time and fostering new friendships.
Together, with the guidance of Moving Traditions, more Jewish teens are growing into adulthood with confidence, compassion and a lifelong commitment to Jewish community.
We will be hosting a Taste Of introductory session on June 2, 2019, from 4:00-6:00 pm at a private home on the Westside.
We’d love for you and your teen to join us for an exploratory conversation about the work Moving Traditions makes possible, how Rosh Hodesh and Shevet groups might look within our community, and more! The address for this event will be provided with confirmation.