IVDU Programs

Middle & High School Families

Pre-teens

List of 4 news stories.

  • All-Star Shabbat

    Saturday, April 13
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  • Shabbat Table Talk for Parents of Teens and their Families

    Three-part series for Parents of Teens and Young Adults

    Part 3: Saturday, May 18
    Nurturing Mental Health, Rabbi Benyamin Moss, LCSW

    Learn with experts about Jewish Social and Emotional skills that will deeply enrich and inspire your Jewish parenting. 
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  • Bar/Bat Mitzvah Programs

    Explore the significance of becoming a Jewish young adult through activities, discussions and chesed projects. This program is designed to enhance and enrich the B’nai Mitzvah experience for bar/bat mitzvah students and parents. For more information, please contact Dan Silien, dsilien@Btfiloh.org
  • Middle School Minyan

    Shabbat mornings, 10-11:15 am, Spector Board Room
    “Emtza 567”: New on Shabbat & Yom Tov mornings for 5th – 7th grades. Enjoy unique topics which make you go “hmmm”, uncommon games (like “minute to win it”) and abbreviated davening.  Starting promptly at 10am and ending at 11 am when participants will join the Teen Minyan until services end.  
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Teens

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  • Teen Minyan

    Shabbat mornings, 9:47 am, Middle School Beit Midrash
    Teen Minyan is a student-led minyan for Bar and Bat Mitzvah-age through high school. Teens come together to daven and enjoy games, discussions, divrei Torah, prizes, snacks, kiddush, and more. The service is facilitated by BT school basketball coach Ari Braun, BT shlichim Matan and Shani Shefler, and BT school alum Eitan Murinson ’19.
  • Teen Talk (for girls)

    Shabbat mornings, 9:47-10:30 am, Weiner Board Room
    As part of Teen Minyan, teen girls are invited to a relaxed and intimate chat with Shani Shefler and other special guests where they discuss current events, Jewish identity and how Jewish values impact everyday life.
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