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Rimonim: A Family Learning Community

Rimonim: A Family Learning Community at the Fort Tryon Jewish Center is a holistic model for youth and family education, which unifies our parent and staff collaboratively led educational experiences under one heading. (Rimonim is the Hebrew word for pomegranates, a traditional Jewish symbol for mitzvahs, learning, students, and new beginnings.)

In addition to weekly children's services on Shabbat mornings, we serve the unique needs of families in our community through holiday programs, a congregational supplementary school, volunteer opportunities, and community gatherings.

As a community, we aim to raise mentshy, knowledgeable, ethical children who love being Jewish, spending time together, and experiencing Judaism in our welcoming traditional egalitarian context. We are a fast-growing community, full of couples and families with children of all ages. Our families come in all sizes, shapes, and colors – including LGBTQ families, interfaith families, single parent families, adoptive families, and multi-racial families. We also have congregants who span a wide range of backgrounds in Jewish learning and forms of observance. We can’t wait to learn with you and your family this year!

Find out more about youth and family education at FTJC: 

Children's services on Shabbat morning for multiple age groups.

Rimonim Torah School is our afterschool learning program for children from Kindergarten to 5th grade!

Learn more information about Rimonim and the unique programs for each age group.

Read our Values Statement for youth education at FTJC.

Check out our B'nei Mitzvah FAQ for families approaching the age of b’nei mitzvah.

Do you want to learn out more about Rimonim? Please sign up here to help us get in touch with you, or email youth@ftjc.org.

Sat, December 2 2023 19 Kislev 5784