Due to the recent novel coronavirus outbreak, events in the community calendar are subject to change. Please contact the event organizers to confirm event details.
Signs of Our Jewish Times
What: An exhibition at the Temple Judea Museum Title: Signs of Our Jewish Times When: Now through the end of March Where: The Temple Judea Museum Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel 8339 Old York Road (Southeast corner Old York and Township Line Roads) Elkins Park, PA 19027 Hours: The museum is generally open business hours and […]
A Creativity Workshop: “Cultivating Connection” with SVIVAH + Rachel Kann 8-9:30 p.m. We long to feel connected. Sometimes writing lets us connect with parts of ourselves we didn’t know were there. Join Kohenet Rachel Kann as she guides us through an introspective creativity workshop, cultivating connections between what is within to what builds a bridge […]
Do you have interview anxiety? You are not alone! Let our expert career advisors help you gain confidence for your next interview! We will help you gain confidence and prepare to answer the most difficult questions, that don’t have a one size fits all response. Our expert career coaches will teach you: • Strategies for […]
Join Congregation Mikveh Israel and the Museum of the American Revolution President's Day from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. for a full tour of the Museum of the American Revolution and Congregation Mikveh Israel's colonial synagogue. Mikveh Israel's annual reading of President George Washington's Letter to our Congregation will be read at Congregation Mikveh Israel […]
"Kallah" is an ancient term originally used to describe a gathering of scholars. Join our virtual Kallah for thought-provoking entertainment and intellectual fulfillment that will center around the theme of Pirkei Avot (Ethics of the Fathers). The event features a live performance of Theatre Ariel’s production “Ethics of the Fathers aka: The Gangster and The […]
Tour guide: Lizzi Meister, Public Programs manager at the Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience. Join us as we tour the galleries of the newly opened Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience. Spanning thirteen states and three hundred years, the MSJE's core exhibition explores the diverse relationships, experiences, and environments encountered by Jewish communities […]
Join us in person at Main Line Reform Temple or via Zoom at mlrt.org/melamed to hear from Avi Melamed about his new book, "Inside The Middle East: Entering A New Era", in this free program presented by the MLRT Israel Committee. Melamed is an intelligence analyst and an expert on current affairs in the Arab […]
Could you benefit from an education to employment program to help you gain new skills? Our career coaches will share education to employment programs focused on gaining skills needed for a satisfying job that balances work, family and social distancing. If you are unemployed, underemployed or seeking a career change this webinar is for you. […]
Supporting Your Loved Ones with Hoarding Disorder: Find community and connection with individuals whose partner, parent or loved one is also struggling with hoarding disorder. Whdn: Thursdays, Feb. 17 - March 24, 12-1 p.m. (6 sessions) Where: Zoom (Link provided after registration.) Cost: Some groups have a sliding scale cost to participate. If you are […]
February is…Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance & Inclusion Month. KI’s Inclusion Committee presents: Inclusion Shabbat with Association for Adults with Developmental Disabilities at 6 p.m. with Cantor Amy Levy and congregant Heather Michaelson! “Update on Impact of Pandemic on AADD members” by Larry Rubin, chief executive officer, AADD Join us in-person or at KenesethIsrael.org/Stream.
The Keneseth Israel Community Music Arts Committee proudly announces the next concerts of its 22nd season… Haochen Zhang, world renowned pianist in recital, on at 3p.m.! Tickets are $36. Order here: kenesethisrael.org/musicarts This recital will also be available (only to ticket holders) via Vimeo in early March 2022. In person audience must be vaccinated and […]
March Virtual Classes Golden Slipper Gems!
Golden Slipper Gems is a great place to connect with friends and meet new people. Our diverse speakers will stimulate your passion for learning and you’ll keep returning to sample all that we have to offer. Click on our website and learn more about our most recent classes which include folk music of the 1960's, […]
Are you a woman looking to improve your financial skills? Whether you are single, divorced, widowed or the one in charge of the household finances, feeling confident about your financial decisions can be challenging. Join a supportive group of women to learn about a range of financial topics, share tips and ideas and alleviate your […]
Join Jewish National Fund-USA and small communities from across the country virtually as we hear from a leading businessman, thought-leader and author Scott Shay. Learn about his case study of anti-Zionist conspiracy theories championed on college campuses by both the far left and far right in his book, "Conspiracy U". Come together to hear first-hand […]
Jewish Family and Children's Service is offering this eight-session online support group for individuals who have suffered the loss of a loved one. Participants will find community, support, strength and comfort in a warm and professionally guided discussion. When: Thursdays, March 3 – April 21 (8 total sessions) 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. Where: Zoom; […]
Har Zion Temple Sisterhood and Department of Lifelong Learning present the Open A Book...Open Your Mind event series via Zoom. Each event will cost $18. On Thursday, March. 3, at 7 p.m., author Mark Gerson will discuss "The Telling". For information and to register, email: [email protected]
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