Congregation Bais Tefilah
Daniel & Tziporah Saufer, Youth Directors
Daniel and Tziporah Saufer met while attending Queens College. Tziporah currently works as a Speech Therapist for the Department of Education. Daniel is a Financial Analyst for the Economic Mission for the Government of Israel, Ministry of Finance. Tziporah was formerly a group leader for the Young Israel of West Hempstead. Daniel was formerly a group leader for the Young Israel of Oceanside as well as an Assistant Ritual Director for many years. Tziporah and Daniel are very excited about becoming the new Youth Directors of Congregation Bais Tafilah and are looking forward to a wonderful year.
Adam Ofman, Teen Minyan Director
Adam Ofman is a life-long resident of Woodmere whose family has been a member of the shul for over 20 years. After his high school years in Yeshiva of Far Rockaway, Adam spent a year studying at Yeshivat Sha’alvim in Nof Ayalon, Israel. He holds a B.A. in Psychology from Queens College and is currently in his second year at NYU School of Law. Most importantly, he plays shortstop for the shul’s championship-winning softball team.
SHABBOS MORNING YOUTH GROUPS: Shabbos morning youth groups are available for children in pre1-A through fifth grade. Groups begin at 9:15 AM and run through the conclusion of Mussaf. There are separate groups for boys and girls, and the program takes place in the basement of the shul's Simcha hall. We are excited about this year's youth groups; we have hired new group leaders and purchased new toys and games.
Children should not bring their own food to groups, as the Shul provides snacks for the children. We have made efforts to keep our Shul building clean, and we urge parents to instruct their children to treat the Shul and its grounds with respect.
The success of Congregation Bais Tefilah's Little League teams is well-known.
For questions about congregation Bais Tefilah's Little League program, please send an email to email@example.com For more information about weekly schedules and the league in general, please refer to the Orthodox Little League website at http://orthodoxbaseball.blogspot.com.