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All of Us

 

Latest Information

School starts back on Sunday, September 8th at Wise Temple. Click here to see our calendar.

RSVPs will be available on our website about a month in advance. They are sent via email each week and available online. Check back to this section for dinner RSVPs during the school year.

Click here to RSVP for September 8.

Click here to RSVP for Sept 15.

Click here to RSVP for Sept 22.

Click here to see the menu.

Kulanu means “all of us”. We bring together teens from four reform synagogues in Cincinnati: Rockdale Temple, Temple Sholom, Valley Temple and Wise Temple. Rabbis from all four of these temples teach at Kulanu in addition to a talented teaching staff. Together we stimulate and challenge teens as they begin their independent Jewish lives. 

What does Kulanu Teach

Kulanu presents our students to the relevance and importance of Judaism in their lives. It offers an opportunity to meet and build community with other Jewish teens.

What are Kulanu’s Goals

Our goal is that our graduates will have a foundational picture of how Judaism is a part of their lives. We work to provide them with a broad and relevant Jewish educational experiences

 

Learn

Each semester, students will participate in a grade specific class and one elective. Each congregation prepares its own students for confirmation. Electives span a wide array of subjects and modalities allowing participants to find a great fit. 

Community

Kulanu starts with free dinner for students. While, entirely optional, students are encourage to, meet up with friends and get to know other students in the Kulanu community, as we enjoy a variety of dinner options.

Experience

This Spring Kulanu creates classes, community engagement and speciality programs to help engage students in the Jewish world around them.

 

 
 

Monthly Quote

"Jewish spirituality is an approach to life in which we strive to become aware of God's presence and purpose in everything."

-Rabbi Micah Greenstein