Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County has announced that it has become a certified provider of Music & Memory, an award-winning program that offers personalized music to older adults who are aging in their own homes.read more
Join JFCS on Saturday, February 25th, 2017 for our annual gala, A Bubbly Evening, at the Hyatt Regency in Princeton! We look forward to seeing you for a wonderful with of cocktails, a silent auction, dinner, dancing, and raffle.read more
JFCS has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Church & Dwight Co., Inc. Employee Giving Fund. With this funding, JFCS is able to ensure that families who use our food pantry have access to healthy foods on a regular basis.read more
November is National Family Caregivers Month. But for those of you who are caregivers, you know that EVERY DAY is a family caregiver day. Whether or not you live with your loved one, your responsibility for their care is 24/7, filling your heart, mind and time....
Today concludes Mental Illness Awareness Week. At Jewish Family & Children’s Service, we want to carry this critical awareness beyond one week. JFCS fosters a safe, welcoming environment free of judgments not just for our counseling patients but for all those who...
Roddie Edmonds was the only U.S. soldiers recognized as righteous among the nations. He faced a dilemma, turn over the American-Jewish soldiers under his command in the German prisoner of war camp where they were interned, or risk being shot by the prison’s commander. Roddie’s son, Pastor Chris Edmonds, will share the story of his father’s bravery and heroism. This event is brought to you by JFCS, Adath Israel & Beth Chaim Congregation.read more
Join JFCS and TJC’s Mini Mitzvah Corps for a Scavenger Hunt, Sunday March 5th, to help shop and stock the JFCS Kosher Food Pantry! Meet at 1:00 in the lobby of Shoprite Lawrenceville to receive scavenger hunt instructions. After finding and purchasing items, drive to the JFCS Kosher Pantry.read more
Kosher Café West
Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 12:30 p.m.
Congregation Beth Chaim (329 Village Rd. East, Princeton Junction)
2000 years ago, the ancient Rabbis, perhaps inspired by their Roman neighbors, provided philosophical insights into how to live one’s life. We will examine these timeless pieces of wisdom to see the guidance they provide for our own growth and development.read more