Events for March 31, 2017
This March the Old City Jewish Art Center presents: "The Color of Happiness," a show featuring the colorful works of artists Rae Chichilnitsky and Robin Halpren-Ruder. These artists both use intense color pallets which bring cheer to collectors lives and homes. Please join us on March 3 from 5-9 PM for an open gallery reception.Find out more »
Men’s Club Minyannaires – Jeopardy Rashi Style Rabbi Rosenberg will examine the commentary of Rashi on the Torah to deepen our appreciation of the issues Rashi saw in the text, and to understand how his commentary maintains relevance through today. Har Zion Temple, 1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley, PA 19072. For more information, 610-667-5000.Find out more »
Join us at Shaare Shamayim on Friday, March 31, at 4:30 p.m. for our Tot Shabbat Service. Celebrate Purim, Passover and the beginning of Shabbat with us. Learn about and honor Shabbat through crafts, songs, and more fun activities. Grandparents, and friends are welcome to join us each month. Dinner is included- there is noFind out more »
Join Temple Sholom in Broomall as we welcome Alan Goodis, a touring Jewish musician who has done many things for Jewish teens and Jewish music. He launched his self-titled debut album in 2009 and his second album "This Place" in 2014. Goodis has served as Musical Director for NFTY's International Convention and in 2011, heFind out more »
Sally Mitlas and the Budesa Brothers musicians will join Rabbi Linda Potemken to offer a participatory Kabbalat Shabbat program that is an energetic, inspiring, personally meaningful and spiritual evening. The service includes a special performance of traditional Jewish music, nigunnim, contemporary American Jewish and Israeli songs and original works inspired by jazz motifs.Find out more »
Shabbat Evening Service followed by the first of three talks in the Rabbi’s Spring Forum, “WWI and the Jews; Eve of Battle: Jewish Life Before WWI” Presented by Rabbi Lance J. Sussman, Ph.D. with Joan Myerson Shrager, M.Ed.
In many ways, World War I was the real end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. If nothing else, the map of Europe and the world changed dramatically after 1919. In this initial talk, we will look at Jewish life in 1914 just before the war started. The largest Jewish communityFind out more »