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B.E.T. Youth Group

Building lasting friendships and making Jewish memories is what B.E.T. Youth is all about. Kids starting in 3rd though 12th grade can join Temple Beth El of Hollywood’s Temple Youth. You do not need to be a member of the temple to be a part of our middle school and high school clubs.

Our programs offer a fun and safe place for Jewish kids to hang out and get to know each other. Our kids look forward to social events like messy twister, beach days, scavenger hunts and temple lock-ins. We also participate in community service projects, and we celebrate many of the Jewish holidays together.

Please note that all programs will be virtual when COVID-19 safety guidance and procedures do not allow for in-person programs. Families will be contacted with any procedural changes. 

CLICK HERE for the Youth Group Registration form.

Yachad: Grades K - 2nd 


By popular demand, introducing the newest opportunity for our children to get involved in youth group!


GRADES 3 – 5

All the Kool Kids are at Kulam! This exclusive club for our 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders gets together on Sundays for fun and exiciting activities. Kids look forward to campouts, kayak trips, arts and crafts and team sports. The word Kulam means everyone in Hebrew. So let’s get everyone together for a good time.



This premier group is for teens in 6th, 7th and 8th grades. Experience creative programming and social action projects like our boards and blades event, lock-ins, BET bowling and our Shabbat experience. You do not need to be a temple member to join this group. So bring a friend to our next event.



HOTY or Hollywood Temple Youth Is the hottest club in town for 9th through 12th graders. If you are not a member of Temple Beth El no problem…you can still join HOTY. This youth group enjoys social events like our annual glow party, overnight weekends, scavenger hunts and NFTY programs. What’s NFTY? NFTY or North American Federation of Temple Youth is a reform Jewish youth movement where teens from all over the region and the country come together to build friendships and experience Jewish programming. Through weekend retreats, summer camp programs, and community service projects teens gain lessons in leadership, friendship and social awareness while having the best time of their lives.

Sat, January 29 2022 27 Sh'vat 5782