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.
Need a starting point? Take our quiz and answer a few short questions about who you are and what you’re looking for, so we can direct you to organizations and opportunities that are the best fit. You can also browse our directory to learn more about all of our participating organizations.
Welcome back!(9/6/2017)-The Center City Kehillah’s first general meeting of the year took place this morning, hosted by Makom Community and Mekor Habracha. We welcomed our diverse group of representatives and dove right into planning for the year! We started the meeting with a shofar blast to mark the month of Elul and an inspiring d’var Torah ... Read more
July Events(6/29/2017)-Our organizations have a variety of ways to stay connected to the Jewish community this summer. Check back for updates and for a new post of August events coming in a few weeks. Have a great summer! Minyan Tikvah Shabbat Morning Services Downstairs at BZBI, 18th and Spruce Saturday, July 8, 9:30 am Join Minyan Tikvah ... Read more
April Events(3/29/2017)-Sure, Passover might take up a lot of our physical and emotional (and culinary!) energy this month, but Center City Kehillah organizations are hosting many other non-holiday events, too! If you’re looking for seders, we have them compiled here, but for anything else you’re looking to do out and about in the Jewish community in ... Read more
Seders in the City!(3/29/2017)-Passover begins Monday night, April 10, and many Center City Kehillah organizations are celebrating with community seders. There are options before and during the holiday, and a variety of styles and flavors to choose from. See the list below, click on the links for all the details, and check back for updates. If you have ... Read more
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
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