CMI Online

Educational programming at our Congregation offers opportunities for congregants to engage in a journey of learning and spiritual growth. Members of all ages are challenged to think, question and contribute creatively to our common journey.

At the current time we have moved all services, classes, and events online. We are using the application Zoom, our Facebook page, as well as our YouTube channel to stream these offerings. All of our services will be streamed live through our YouTube Channel. 

Click HERE to access our Congregation Mickve Israel YouTube Channel.

If you have any questions or need technical assistance, please email Jennifer Rich at jennifer.rich@mickveisrael.org

Adult Education

Torah Study after lunch on Saturdays at 1:15.  

Kaballah in Sun City, once a month. Check with the office at 912-233-1547.

Call the office at 912-233-1547 to find out about Adult Bar/Bat Mitzvah Classes.

Religious School

Shalom School is a supplementary religious school in Savannah, Georgia, jointly sponsored by Congregations Agudath Achim and Mickve Israel. It is one of the few religious schools in the United States to successfully serve the children and families of both Conservative and Reform Congregations.

The purpose of Shalom School is to provide a comprehensive Jewish education for children from pre-kindergarten through high school. Programs are designed to meet the needs of all students and to help them achieve the goals set by the Shalom School Board and the congregational leadership.

For more information: http://www.theshalomschool.com 

Youth Programs

We pride ourselves on welcoming young families into our congregation and providing them with a wide variety of ways and means to participate in our congregation.

We host a variety of programs for our middle school students, sometimes along with BBYO and other times, just through Mickve Israel. Please check our calendar for upcoming events. Post Bnei Mitzvah students are also invited to co-lead our Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur Family Services with Rabbi Haas