Our Israeli Shaliach, and Remembering Rabin

Today’s post is from Mark Raoul Molnar, Israeli Shaliach (emissary) to the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. You can contact him at shaliach@jewishphilly.org. For those of you that have not met me yet, My name is Raoul, and I am the Israeli Shaliach at the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. What is a shaliach? Shaliach means … Read more

November Events

It’s time to look forward to the wide range of non-holiday-related events coming up this month! And don’t forget LimmudPhilly is one month away on Sunday, December 4! Learning fun for adults and kids. Register today! Friday, November 4: New Member Pizza Party 7:30 pm, Congregation Rodeph Shalom, 615 N. Broad Street Join the Young Friends … Read more

Truths and Traditions: Weekly Adult Education at Folkshul

Truths and Traditions: 
A humanistic exploration of the Jewish story, from biblical times to our day A weekly interactive adult learning community at Folkshul for 5777 (2016-2017) Sundays, from 10-11:30am, Folkshul is offering a weekly adult education exploration of humanism in the Jewish story. If you are interested in the class—some sessions or all!—come try it … Read more

September events

September?!? Yes, it’s here: the long-awaited or long-dreaded end of summer and start of fall. But with the High Holidays not until October this year, we have all of September to get back into the swing of things and check out great community events. Ongoing: Makom Community Enrollment Makom Community, 2000 Chestnut Street Fall 2016 … Read more

Intergenerational Video Visit

Today’s post is from Rabbi Beth Janus, who works with seniors and kids of all ages in Philadelphia. Every Friday, seniors from around the city gather at the KleinLife Center City program at the Federation Building to pray, exercise, socialize, eat, and be entertained. The programs range from listening to singers; hearing talks about art, politics, or health; … Read more

Mamaloshen in Dance

Asya Zlatina, a proud member of the Center City Jewish community, shares her thoughts on bringing Jewish music and themes to her performance at this year’s Fringe Festival. Mamaloshen in dance??  That’s BARRY, Asya Zlatina’s choreographic debut as part of the Fringe Festival 2016. A tribute to Zlatina’s grandparents, BARRY comes from a need to … Read more

August Events

With summer heating up, and then heating up some more, we still have a whole month of great events to look forward to. Even if you’re down the shore on weekends, Center City has plenty going on during the week! Fridays in August: Summer Friday Night Shabbat Series 6:00 pm, Friday nights, Rodeph Shalom, 615 … Read more