Merchavim Jewish Identity Center

Beit Aba Choir: Fifty children of the Merchavim Conservatory to perform traditional family songs; Rosh Chodesh events in local communities; connecting with local traditional/family songs; adults participating in traditional songs and music. Music performances for small children – holiday and traditional songs performed in nurseries and kindergartens around the Regional events and holiday evening – exposure to musical/song passages performed by adults in the Conservatory (at candle lightings for example). Connecting between children's choirs, young musicians and adults, with traditional songs in joint performances

Beit Midrash for young people:

Monthly gathering focused on Jewish identity.
Gatherings of secular and religious youths revolving around on Jewish identity.
Current events and encounters with intellectuals.

'Tzav Piyus' (bridging religious-secular gaps):
For volunteers in youth units, Bnei Akiva and other groups
Ongoing activity revolving around Zionist content with monthly evening gatherings.

Inter-generational ethnic dance groups

Traditional Ethnic Jewish songs (Tunisian, Yemenite, Moroccan, etc.) and bar mitzvah preparation
 
Rosh Chodesh evenings:
Monthly evenings in the local communities where participants study a biblical text, sing, and bring/eat food – a community event for the whole family.

Youth Theatre

Beit Aba Choir:
Fifty children of the Merchavim Conservatory to perform traditional family songs; Rosh Chodesh events in local communities; connecting with local traditional/family songs; adults participating in traditional songs and music.
Music performances for small children – holiday and traditional songs performed in nurseries and kindergartens around the Regional events and holiday evening – exposure to musical/song passages performed by adults in the Conservatory (at candle lightings for example).
Connecting between children's choirs, young musicians and adults, with traditional songs in joint performances