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Abby Snyder

(Pictured with Mom, Felicia)
Life as I know it has always included Temple Solel. I grew up in our religious school, some of my best friends today are people I met during my time in our classes/youth activities. I became a Bat Mitzvah, got confirmed, and went on to be our SOSTY president my junior year of high school. I interned in our religious school with the Kindergarten class until I went off to college - where I always made a point to come home for high holidays, because going somewhere else just wouldn't be the same.

The value of education is strongly embraced in Jewish culture and a passion of Temple Solel. But it is the desire for learning that defines who we are, how we grow and what ignites our sense of enrichment. From pre-school through adult education, learning at Temple Solel is not just lifelong, it is the lifeblood that drives us to be our best selves – personally, professionally and spiritually.  

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Youth and Young Adult Education

Our youth programs start as early as Torah for Tots and go through 7th grade. Young adults, past their B'nai Mitzvah, can attend "Jew U" where they continue their education and help teach younger students.

For more information on our Youth and Young Adult Education Programs, please contact Bruce Hislop at principal@templesolelmd.or

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Adult Education

Our adult-focused courses include Hebrew, Lunch 'n Learn, an ongoing Havdalah Series, and Intro to Judaism course, as well as ongoing weekly Torah Study.

For more information on our Adult Education Programs, please contact Rabbi Steve Weisman at rabbi@templesolelmd.org.