Wilshire Boulevard Temple offers fun and exciting programs to keep all our youth in touch with friends they made in school and the years beyond
Wilshire Boulevard Temple Youth
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Nothing could be better than meeting up with religious school or day school friends for some added fun! Join one of our WBTY Youth Programs - WBTYdeux for Grades 4-5 and Jr.WBTY for Grades 6-7.
Events include our annual retreat, a Havdalah Pajama-Rama, bowling, skating, rock climbing, laser tag, and so much more.
Brawerman Elementary Schools
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Students grow into kind, confident, independent thinkers and doers who are well prepared to apply their skills and abilities as they advance through life.
We hold ourselves to the highest academic standards and a tradition of Jewish values that emphasize teaching, learning, personal and social responsibility. The inquisitive nature of Judaism, which invites the curious to explore, discover, and debate, provides the ideal learning environment.
Brawerman Elementary School offers a rich, personalized academic experience to students in grades K - 6 on two campuses in the context of a warm, nurturing and creative community.
Visit the Religious School Website
Wilshire Boulevard Temple’s Religious School is a Jewish home away from home, committed to providing a joyous experience of fun and learning throughout a child’s kindergarten through high school years.
Our ultimate goal is connecting students to Torah, traditions, and customs while ushering them into this vibrant, welcoming, community.
For more information, call
(424)-208-8906 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As a beloved feature of our Shabbat Music Services, the WBT Youth Choir is open to singers in Grades 2 – 6. Come celebrate music and song with others who love raising their voices.
Under the direction of Cantors Don Gurney (Irmas) and Lisa Peicott (Glazer), Youth Choir members learn a wide variety of traditional and contemporary liturgical songs and inspire us all with beautiful solos, duets, and choral offerings at Shabbat services/Holiday celebrations.
Jam out with our rock band, Brawerman East and Religious School "Shir Joy" Youth Choir, and our "Cantor's Club" teen choir (grades 7+), as they lead our community in a family-oriented service. This sing-along service invites the entire community to join in as we celebrate Shabbat together at Glazer Campus.
To sign up for the Youth Choir and for additional information, please contact
Jesica Ryzenberg at (213) 835-2124 or email@example.com
The second Friday of every month during the school year.
For both Glazer and Irmas Youth Choir Shabbat
- Rehearsal - 5 to 5:30 p.m.
- Pizza Dinner - 5:30 to 5:50 p.m.
- Services begin at 6:00 p.m. and end at approximately 7:00 p.m.
- Dress code: dark bottoms and a white top.
- Friday, November 9, 2018
- Friday, December 14, 2018
- Friday, January 11, 2019
- Friday, February 8, 2019
- Friday, March 8, 2019
- *No April service due to Passover/Spring Break
- Friday, May 10, 2019
Visit the Camps Website
For more than 65 years, Wilshire Boulevard Temple Camps have been providing a dynamic and fun environment where campers and staff become part of a community.
The camps are designed to help youth develop personal identity and self-esteem, build relationships, learn about Judaism, and increase their long-term commitment to their families, synagogues, and communities.
Our camps provide a variety of athletic, artistic, and recreational activities though a combination of elective and age-specific programming.
The daily routine is uniquely Jewish. Prayer is a component. Meals are blessed. Many of the songs we sing are in Hebrew or have Jewish content. While knowledge acquisition is valued, our primary goal is the deepening of identity and commitment.
Teen Programs at Wilshire Boulevard Temple
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Jewish engagement doesn’t end after B’nei Mitzvah and we have so many opportunities for teens to stay involved! Whether you are looking for something on a regular basis or less frequently, academically-focused or more socially-oriented, something that pays or a program geared toward giving back, there is something for everyone.