Hebrew schools worldwide will face off in the 3rd annual JewQ championship this coming Sunday, the culmination of months of study by over 4,000 children from around the globe.
The most powerful force in the world is the Jewish children. And since its launch three years ago, JewQ has motivated over 4,000 children to study their Jewish heritage.
On Sunday, June 6th, Chof Vov Sivan, the international Torah competition will culminate in the third annual grand award ceremony and competition event.
Hosted live from Bushkill, PA, the final JewQ event of the year will be joined virtually by thousands of kids around the world—either participating from home or with local watch parties through their neighborhood’s Hebrew School. The finalists will answer questions in the game show, showing off their tremendous knowledge.
Hebrew school kids have been studying for months, with many learning the material in their free time from the JewQ textbook. Finalists have been taking tests, mastering knowledge, and becoming experts in holidays, mitzvot, Jewish history and more.
School championships and regional championships have already taken place in over 86 cities in preparation for Sunday’s grand finale, which celebrates the accomplishments of over 800 JewQ finalists.
“We’re proud of every single child who made it this far,” says Rabbi Zalmy Loewenthal, director of Ckids and founder of JewQ. “They have excelled and become true Torah scholars.”
Join the event on Sunday, June 6, Chof Vov Sivan, at 12:00 PM EST by visiting Chabad.org/JewQ and on Anash.org.