Education at B'nai Abraham
A warm, caring learning environment!
- Small class sizes
- Individualized instruction
- Held Sunday mornings from 10 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
- Classes from K-Confirmation with Bar/Bat Mitzvah instruction.
The study of Hebrew, the Bible, Israel, Holidays, and Jewish Values form the emphasized core of our religious school curriculum. Our students participate in our Children-led Friday night services as well as attend Jewish related events in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. Our students also act as Hosts at our community Shabbat dinners held throughout the year!
Anyone looking for a small, caring Jewish environment in which to raise their children will find B'nai Abraham has just what they are looking for! Please contact our Synagogue office with any questions or to register your child or children in our Religious School program.
B'nai Abraham's Religious School
519 N. Main Street, Butler, PA 16001 T: (724) 287-5806
Adult Education: Summer 2017
ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES are on hiatus for the summer. Check our schedule in September!
HEBREW CLASS: No classes are currently being taught, but Cantor Michal is always happy to receive enquiries and to teach one-on-one.
We are fortuante to have Roberta Gallagher as both our Religious School Director and as an Elementary teacher. Both she and teacher David Hoffman have been honored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh as Unsung Jewish Heroes.
Mr. Hoffman has been with B'nai Abraham for over 40 years! David has studied in Jerusalem, Pittsburgh and the Melton Institute of Pittsburgh. He also sings with the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale!.
Ms. Gallagher is a third generation member of B'nai Abraham. Following in her father's footsteps, she has taught K-pre confirmation for over 25 years. Roberta believes strongly in Jewish education for everyone and that B'nai Abraham's Religious School's doors will be open even if there is only one child who needs us.
Cantor Michal is our Confirmation teacher and B'nai Mitzvah tutor. In her three* years at the congregation, Cantor Michal has brought back Jewish music and assemblies to our curriculum, as well as Tot Shabbat. She has also brought many new avenues for Mitzvah projects for our students and parents both in Butler and