Jewish Life

The Ins and Outs of Exodus, Life Long Learning

This year is not unique to The Children of Israel living in a land beset with civil disobedience and plagues. Join us as we journey back to Egypt for a close look at the themes, story lines and questions in The Book of Exodus. Participants need a Bible but no…

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The Ins and Outs of Exodus, Life Long Learning

This year is not unique to The Children of Israel living in a land beset with civil disobedience and plagues. Join us as we journey back to Egypt for a close look at the themes, story lines and questions in The Book of Exodus. Participants need a Bible but no…

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The Ins and Outs of Exodus, Life Long Learning

This year is not unique to The Children of Israel living in a land beset with civil disobedience and plagues. Join us as we journey back to Egypt for a close look at the themes, story lines and questions in The Book of Exodus. Participants need a Bible but no…

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Latter Day Jew

Cherry Hill Volvo Cars Jewish Film Festival:  Latter Day Jew ADVANCE SALES ONLY Woodcrest Country Club United States • 2019 • English • 85 minutes Director Aliza Rosen Sponsored by South Jersey Magazine How does a gay, former-Mormon, cancer survivor who converted to Judaism at the age of 34 prepare…

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ACHaD Passover Seder

Individuals with special needs and their families are invited to join us for a traditional Passover Seder and delicious dinner. Registration will open mid-February 2020. Please email Jackie Robinson at [email protected] with any questions. This event is done in partnership with Jewish Community Foundation. Purchase 1 Ticket Purchase 2 Tickets…

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Making Music-Filled Memories this Chanukah

by Sara Sideman, Associate Director, JCC Camps at Medford Music can have such an amazing emotional impact and create memories that last a lifetime. I grew up in a musical family, and for us, so many Jewish holidays revolved around music and song. Lighting the Chanukah menorah included blessings and a…

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What’s Cooking? The Betty Mulberg Memorial Culinary Arts Program at the Katz JCC

by Sharon Siegel, Katz JCC Adult Life Long Learning Program Director If you think you can’t cook while laughing hysterically…think again and take a cooking class through our brand new Betty Mulberg Memorial Culinary Arts Program at the Katz JCC. A sure fire memorable, educational and delicious night out! This…

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Wishing You a Meaningful Passover

By Michele Meyer, Early Childhood Staff Passover is one of my favorite holidays.  Each holiday holds something special to me, but the reason I love Passover so much is because it is filled with traditions.  I collect Seder plates and have them displayed all around my home.  For Passover I…

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ACHaD Passover Seder

Join the ACHaD Special Needs Department at their annual Passover Seder.  Members of the community with special needs and their families are invited to join us for a delicious meal, songs and a traditional Seder. Cost: Free for individuals with special needs / $(TBD) per family members and friends For…

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Purim Family Bingo

This year, we are celebrating Purim with an event that is sure to be fun for the entire family! This event is not your ordinary Bingo and will be filled with twists and turns, just like the Purim story! Enjoy: ? Costume Parade ? Light Refreshments ?Bingo & Prizes ?…

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