NVHC offers education programs for members of all ages.
At NVHC, education is a lifelong activity. Toddlers, grade-schoolers, teens and adults all enjoy interesting, engaging and educational programs.
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NVHC's Preschool offers a warm and loving environment for the youngest members of our community. Well thought out curriculum helps children grow physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially. Our program allows children to learn by exploring, experimenting, and observing, while building a strong foundation in their Jewish identity through blessings, music, activities, and stories.Read More
NVHC's Religious School provides a vibrant Jewish education for grades Kindergarten through 12 in the Reform Jewish tradition. Through its excellent staff of dedicated teachers, the religious school actively engages students of all abilities in the joys of Jewish living. We provide a well-rounded curriculum including Hebrew and Judaics, holiday traditions, music, culture and values. We want to help our students claim their Jewish identity with enthusiasm! Read More
NVHC's Lifelong Learning Program delivers enriching educational programs for adults of all ages. Through a broad spectrum of activities including speakers, courses, film series, discussion groups and more, NVHC's lifelong learning helps congregants explore Jewish core values and gain insight into Jewish traditions and practices. By coming together to learn, participants become more connected with our heritage and with others in the local Jewish community.Read More
About NVHC's Religious Education Committee
The NVHC Religious Education Committee is committed to enhancing the entire congregation's Jewish experience and knowledge through the integration of adult education, family learning and the Religious School with other elements of the congregational life.
We promote life-long learning, the joy of Jewish living, and the application of Jewish teachings, traditions, rituals, culture and values to the home, synagogue and community. As a congregation of learners, we strengthen our families' faith in God, love of Torah, and identification with the Jewish people.