​​​​Sunday Schedule
9:00-11:15 am
PreK-2nd JCAL Classes and 7th Grade Discovery class

9:00-10:45 am
​Hebrew (3rd-6th Grades)

10:45am- 12:30pm
JCAL  Judaic Studies (3rd - 6th Grades)

11:15am -12:30 pm
PreK-2nd Enrichment option for those with older ​siblings in Sunday JCAL ($275 extra - Questions? Email Melissa at mseidner@tby.org)

11:30 am -1:00 pm
​Confirmation Class (12 Sundays - Dates coming soon)

Art & Cooking

JLIT - Jewish Literature

Holiday menus, decorations, traditional dishes, Judaic works of art​

Learn about Israel, plant and maintain our Biblical garden, nature hikes, and social action

(949) 644-1999 | (949) 706-0644

1011 Camelback Street, Newport Beach, CA 92660

Learn about our faith through great Jewish literature

Israel Experience

Performing Arts

Musicals, comedies, and dramas based on Jewish themes

The PreK - 6th Grade Program 
Pre-K through Second Grade students explore Judaism through multi-sensory experiences with their peers in a grade-level class*. Third - sixth grade students have Hebrew in the morning, followed by T’fillah (a brief prayer service) with our clergy. Then each grade has a different chug (arts- or camp-style learning session). Classes rotate their chug each quarter, so over the course of the year, every grade has every chug. 

7th Grade B’nai Mitzvah Discovery Class
Seventh graders prepare for their B’nai mitzvah by learning and doing tikkun olam (repairing the world/social justice) and g’milut chasadim (acts of loving-kindness). Students adopt at least one social action project a month, including drives and field trips. We also learn about the Holocaust and talk about the B’nei Mitzvah experience. This is an engaging class full of activities and community building, and is both fun and meaningful for the students.

All 8th - 12th graders are invited to join TBY clergy for a year of Jewish exploration, culminating in a Confirmation ceremony for 10th - 12th graders. Build friendships and get to know our amazing rabbis and cantor, eat lunch and hang out with friends, and dive into the big questions of what it means to be a human being, a teen, and a Jew. It’s topical, it’s relevant and it’s free!