Welcome to the Center City Kehillah, your guide to the Center City Jewish community! Kehillah means community, and we want to share the best of what all our diverse organizations have to offer. In Center City, there’s something for everyone – let us help you find what’s right for you.

Please join us on Monday, January 16 for our all-ages Martin Luther King, Jr Day of service and learning. All are welcome!

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Kehillah Blog

Close up calendar of February 2017 February in Center City (2/8/2017) - It’s often hard to feel enthusiastic about February, and this year has been especially challenging for many of us. If you are looking for new ways to get involved in your community, to meet new people, to speak out for social justice, or any other Jewish needs, please get in touch! We’re also happy to provide ... Read more...
16142412_10154240284442227_329350419843092026_n The Path to Career Success (2/3/2017) - Thanks to our friends at Moishe House Philly for sharing news about this event. We love partnerships between Center City Kehillah organizations! The Path to Career Success: Moishe House and JEVS Partner to Provide Young Adults with Important Insights Are you interested in learning how to negotiate a new job offer? Or, do you want ... Read more...
image005 The Refugee Crisis (12/13/2016) - Today’s post is from Rabbi Avi Winokur and the Society Hill Synagogue community.  All are invited to join Society Hill Synagogue this week for a Shabbaton entitled, “The Refugee Crisis: Contemporary Immigration Issues & the Potential for Reform.” Society Hill Synagogue is located at 418 Spruce Street. Many of us are involved in congregations that, like ... Read more...
updated-bible-raps-summit-flyer-2 Bible Raps Summit (12/12/2016) - Today’s post is from Matt Bar, founder and executive director of Bible Raps. Bible Raps is super excited to be celebrating a great year with all of YOU at Tribe Commons on December 18th for our Summit. Designed to make Judaism more appealing and accessible through original Torah raps as well as the creation of ... Read more...
Shabbat Wooden Letterpress Concept Society Hill Synagogue Celebrates Interfaith Family Month (11/21/2016) - Today’s post by Debra Stewart, Immediate Past President of Society Hill Synagogue and Center City Kehillah representative. In honor and support of interfaith couples and families, please join Society Hill Synagogue on November 25th for our Kabbalat Shabbat Learning Service at 6:15 PM followed by Shabbat Dinner. Rabbi Winokur will enhance our understanding of the Shabbat ... Read more...

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