Perrineville Jewish Center’s Hebrew School program is designed to enable our children to become positive, knowledgeable and practicing Jews. We want study and practice to be an engaging experience for our children.
We recognize that there is a diversity of Jewish practice in our community, and we strive to meet each child's individual needs. We believe that the synagogue is meant to be a community of learners that includes adults and children, thus family involvement is essential to the success of our program. We encourage parents to participate in their children's Jewish education as well as to actively continue the progress of their own Jewish growth and learning.
By creating an environment of warmth, acceptance and respect, we expect that our students will come to love, appreciate, practice and perpetuate their Jewish heritage and tradition.
From the start of preschool through Bar/Bat Mitzvah graduation, we provide a curricular plan that encompasses a wide range of Jewish experiences including Jewish holidays, history, ethics, life cycle observances, Bible, prayer, current events, Israel, and the Hebrew language. A student who successfully completes our program should have a strong positive feeling about Judaism and be able to make informed judgments concerning a personal commitment to Judaism and Jewish living.
Click on the links below to explore our curriculum goals and access our Hebrew School registration and application forms.
Shabbat services begin on Friday evenings at 7 pm and on Saturday mornings at 9 am.
Perrineville Jewish Center
855 Perrineville Road Perrineville, New Jersey 08535 (732) 446-6018
Membership Info (732) 334-8774