What is a ‘youth group’ you ask? As the name implies, Temple Isaiah has a group of youth who get together for purely fun opportunities. Open to all Temple Isaiah students in grades 3 and up, we have age-appropriate activities for social connectivity both inside and outside of the temple walls. The goal is to encourage friendship, Jewish identity and increase the likelihood of staying connected to the temple and to each other through high school and into young adulthood.
Now open to 3rd graders! We’ve re-shuffled and re-branded the groups and we are so excited to roll out the new groups. ITY (Isaiah Temple Youth, now for grades 8-12) is run by a board of teens voted in each year by teens at the temple. The ITY board meets twice a month to plan, organize, and run ITY’s monthly events. JITY (formerly Jr. ITY) for grades 6-7 and ITY BITY (formerly CLUB 456) for grades 3-5) each have a fun, social event every month. Temple Isaiah members, and friends from other synagogues are invited to our events and activities. Often times, we gather with other youth groups from other Southern California regions. We hope to see you at an event! View Calendar
Contact Lisa Rostaing, Youth & Camp Director for more information and become involved with Temple Isaiah’s youth groups! 310.277.2772 ext 23 or email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: There will be no winter camp this year!
About Lisa Rostaing
Lisa Rostaing has been the Youth and Camp Director at Temple Isaiah since 2004. Her responsibilities include overseeing and advising our three youth groups, designing and/or staffing approximately a dozen retreats, and also our amazing Jewish day camp, Camp Isaiah. After graduating from USC with a BA in Psychology, Lisa pursued a career in financial/tax/estate planning before happily returning to the world of Jewish experiential education. In 2012 she graduated from HUC with a Certificate in Jewish Education with a focus on Adolescents and Emerging Adults. She is also a founding member and on the national executive board of RYPA, Reform Youth Professionals Association in addition to being the local chair of YPAC, Youth Professionals Advisory Council.
Youth & Camp Director