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Temple Beth Abraham Religious School

Temple Beth Abraham's Religious School has long been a special place of learning, connections, and joy for our students. We have a special building on our campus where classes meet and parents linger for conversation, a cup of coffee, and adult learning as well. Our program has been one of only fifty in the country designated as "Framework of Excellence" schools by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.

Grades K-2 meet on Sundays from 9:30 AM to Noon.

Grades 3-7 meet twice a week. On Thursdays, everyone is together from 3:45-6:15 PM. Families choose another day based on their own schedule from 4:00-5:30 PM -- Mondays or Tuesdays at the school building in Nashua, or Tuesdays in Bedford.

Our Teen Community for the year is launching soon, with 6-8 week blocks of activities and study groups.

On Shabbat mornings twice each month, there is Junior Congregation for Grades 3-6 and "Shabbat Shlaymah" ("Complete Shabbat") for Grades K-2, beginning at 10:00 AM and then joining the congregation for the end of services.

Our program focuses on middot (developing an ethical personality and habits), Torah, Hebrew language, spirituality and prayer skills, the rhythms of Jewish living, and Israel.

It is never too late to join us!  Contact Noreen Leibson, Director of Education and Family Engagement, to talk or meet.






























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