AETY 9th – 12th Grade

AETY 9th – 12th Grade
Adat Elohim Temple Youth (AETY) is about being part of a group of friends who care about and support one another. We help keep our Jewish history and traditions alive through active Youth Group involvement and work to help foster strong, long-lasting connections to Judaism. We strive to build strong, dynamic Jewish identities, and life-long connections to each other, and our Temple, through unique and exciting social events and actively participating in Tikkun Olam, helping to heal our world.
AETY is excited to announce that events are being planned for the 2020-2021 school year! AETY is a great place to connect 9th- 12th graders through exciting monthly events and weekly Tuesday night activities. Beginning in March, we’ll be getting together to build relationships among youth in our safe and welcoming Jewish community. We are looking forward to bringing a new class of teens into the youth group family to have fun, grow, and embrace their Jewish identities. For more information about our plans, please email Carolyn at

Temple Adat Elohim membership is not required. Membership is only $36 for the year for temple members and $72 for non-temple members!

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Upcoming Events

JAETY & AETY (4th-8th grades)
Cinema Under the Stars – Mitzvot
Saturday, March 20th, from 7:30-10:30 p.m.

FINALLY… Come to TAE and join your friends in the courtyard!!!

We will watch a movie out under the stars. We will be donating lunches to the homeless shelter as well and writing inspirational messages to put in the bags at the event.

Cost: Two bagged lunches to be donated to a homeless shelter or donate $20 to have the lunches made for you! All lunches should include a protein, vegetable, fruit, bottle of water and anything else you would like to add. Please decorate a paper bag for each lunch. 
What to bring: Blanket, low chair, movie snacks/drinks (no sharing), and warm attire.
Covid protocols: Wellness screenings and temperature checks will be completed for each attendee. Masks and distancing (minimum of six feet) required.