A little information about us:
In 1998, some brave and enthusiastic families in the North Fulton Metro Atlanta area joined with a mission in mind; a mission to fill a void in this northern suburb community for a conservative synagogue, actually at the time, for any kind of synagogue. After several community meetings to confirm interest and to organize, the North Fulton Jewish Center Congregation Gesher L'Torah was born. Congregation Gesher L’Torah, meaning Bridge to Torah, was the perfect name. Not only were the roads in our area including the word bridge but also because we wanted to build a link with our Jewish religion, culture, and community. More affectionately, you will often hear us called GLT.
In 2008, we were going strong with over 100 families and started the project for the building we are currently in and call our home. In 2009 our building was complete and we were opening our doors to families in the area. Our preschool program is like no other around, we offer a half-day program filled with loving, passionate, qualified teachers to encourage your child's growth and love for learning. Rebecca Gordon, our Education Director, has a top-notch Religious Program. It is designed to have a unique hands-on curriculum that creates learning and a love for Judaism within the individual child. Our Judaics curriculum is divided into grade levels to meet the needs of each child. Each grade level has material that focuses on Jewish Values, Relationship with God, Torah, and Israel. Our Hebrew curriculum is divided by level and grade, allowing students to learn Hebrew and Prayer at their own pace.
We offer family programming, Women’s Learning, Sisterhood events, Men’s Club, holiday programming, religious services, yoga, events for middle and high school students, and let’s not forget the toddlers! We will be starting a toddler playgroup in the fall as well.
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