Calling all superheroes! Join JFCS and TJC’s Mini Mitzvah Corps for a Mini Mitzvah Playdate! Build breakfast bags for seniors then stay and play at Princeton Playspace on Sunday December 16th from 2:15pm to 4:15pm. Playspace admission will be $15 per child OR $5 per child with a kosher food donation.
Rabbi Kornsgold will lead an examination of what the first commandment represents, how the Jewish calendar was set up and how the calendar functions in our society today. A kosher lunch will be served and there is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person. RSVP required to Beth Englezos at Bethe@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 126
Join us for a fun-filled evening on Wednesday November 28th, that all mothers & daughters can appreciate. Event includes wine & small bites, vendor shopping, and a presentation by Kate Siegel, author of Mother, Can You Not? Purchase tickets today!
Join Rabbi Eric Wisnia on Nov 29th, for a study of the biblical leader, Moses. This class will examine the words and teachings of Moses through text, sociology and the historical/political framework of the Biblical world. RSVP is required by 11/23 to Beth Englezos at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-987-8100, ext. 126.
Join other youth from the Greater Mercer County area, for a morning of hands-on projects to improve the lives of residents in our community. Participants get an edible turkey treat! Please bring kosher breakfast bars for the kids served by the Yvette Sarah Clayman Kosher Food Pantry and some change to enjoy the bake sale! Any questions or concerns please contact Eden Aaronson at Edena@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 113.
Nosh and Knowledge Presents: Maintaining Strong Connections As We Age. Join us on Wednesday November 14th at Beth El, for an informative and engaging session led by Sean Gwinner, Executive Director of Right at Home, as he breaks down the signs and symptoms of isolation and loneliness. RSVP required by 11/9 to Beth Englezos at email@example.com or 609-987-8100, ext. 126.
Join us on October 25th at Beth Chaim, as Keith Sachs leads a discussion on the struggles with faith of post-war Jewish children using his late wife’s story of being a hidden child in the Holocaust. A kosher lunch will be served and there is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person. RSVP required by 10/19 to Beth Englezos at Bethe@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 126
Join us for a special Nosh & Knowledge on October 10th at 12:30 at Beth El Synagogue. We are pleased to welcome Mimi Schwartz, author of “When History Is Personal”, who will share from her recent book which contains the stories of twenty-five moments in her life, each heightened by its connection to historical, political, and social issues. A kosher lunch will be served and there is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person. RSVP is required to Beth Englezos by 10/5 to Bethe@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 126.
We tend to think of King David as heroic – the slayer of Goliath and the one who united Israel into one kingdom. But many of David’s actions were disturbingly “un-heroic”. Please join us as we examine the many faces of David, the second King of Israel. This program will be presented by Beverly Rubman and Roslyn Vanderbilt. A kosher lunch will be served and there is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person. RSVP is required by 8/31 to Beth Englezos at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-987-8100, ext. 126.
Join us at Beth Chaim on August 30th as we examine “There is No Messiah – And You’re It”. This book examines the history of messianic hope and anticipation, its evolution in Judaism and Jewish history, and other interpretations of “messiah” that shed new light on what it means to usher in the “kingdom of God.” RSVP to Beth Englezos by 8/24 by emailing Bethe@jfcsonline.org or calling 609-987-8100.