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Teen Group

Together we will participate in fun and meaningful activities throughout the year.

All of the programs have been chosen by the City Shul teens and include social programs, Jewish learning and Shabbat experiences, and holiday celebrations.

You can join just the programs or also be a part of the leadership team who plans the programs. 

We have also been exploring other activities that offer opportunities for fun, friendship, leadership and Gimilut Chassadim (acts of love and kindness).

For more information contact Rae Szereszewski, our Teen Engagement Mentor - teens@cityshul.com

Teen Purim Party - Saturday, March 23 - 7:30 - 9:30 PM

Join us for a fun-filled evening of teen-led crafts, games, music, and Purim treats. RSVP teens@cityshul.com

Toronto Holocaust Museum - Sunday, February 11 (past event)

Israeli Iron Chef Competition - Sunday, January 21, 2024 (past event)

City hul teens competed in an Israeli Iron Chef competition to see which team could create the tastiest shakshuka dish for our judges. It was a fun evening filled with friendly competition, laughter and great shakshuka! 

City Shul Food Bank Drive - update

City Shul raised over four times the amount from the previous year, totaling 1025 pounds, which is a remarkable achievement! It’s heartwarming to see such an outpouring of support and generosity within the community. We would also like to thank the congregation when they stepped up to help us deliver on our pledge to Ve'ahavta to make 100 bags of energy balls. While we went instead to support our Shinshinim at the UJA round table on Israel, we greatly appreciate every family's contribution, and we delivered 150 bags!

NFTY Fall Weekend Event - November 3/4/5 in Toronto

Participants from City Shul Teen Group's first  Federation of Temple Youth (NFTY-NEL) Shabbaton.

''Fall Kallah was an incredible experience filled with enriching programs, meaningful friendships, and inspiring services. It also provided a wonderful opportunity for teens to connect and form meaningful friendships by bringing people together from various backgrounds and interests. This event facilitated valuable interactions, allowing attendees to build connections that will last a lifetime. It truly emphasized the importance of community and social engagement, making it a standout experience for everyone involved." Mahta, City Shul Shabbaton participant

Past events - Images

Teen Engagement

Do you need high school volunteer hours?  

Join the City Shul Teen group for many opportunities.  You can also earn volunteer hours by planning programs for other teens.  Please contact Lori for more information at  learning@cityshul.com

UJA Teens - News, Events Programs

UJA Federation of Greater Toronto has a UJA Teens portion on their site, where you can learn about local events, learning opportunities, summer programs and Israel Experiences.  Click HERE to learn more.

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