The Temple is committed to being “a house of prayer for all peoples.” (Isaiah 56:7) Large print prayer books, hearing assist devices at services, closed captioning at several services throughout the year, and a fully accessible building are just some of the accommodations we provide to our congregants and visitors. The Temple strives to create a sacred community that is guided by an effort to help each of us find meaning and purpose in our lives.
The Weinberg Early Learning Center (WELC) and Camp Minimac serve our preschool population with half day and extended day options. Both programs accept children with diagnosed learning differences and our school also retains a school psychologist for observation and recommendations to staff and families.
The Temple Breman Religious School (TBRS) is committed to meeting the individual needs of every student. TBRS has a Learning Consultant with a team of over 12 volunteers who work directly with classroom teachers to provide strategies for a variety of learning differences by creating individual learning plans for students. We offer one-on-one shadows (tzadikim), a Hebrew lab where students receive individualized attention, classroom accommodations, and private tutoring through our regular b’nei mitzvah program. There are no additional charges for students who learn differently or student with disabilities.
The WELC and TBRS work together to create a love for Jewish learning from the youngest of ages because we believe that learning is a lifelong endeavor.