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As the world continues to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak, here in our community, JFCS commits to sharing Help, Hope & Healing during these challenges times.
This page will be regularly updated with information, resources, articles, and tools to help all work through the impact of this global health crisis.
What's the Latest?
- Virtual J-Serve, International Day of Jewish Youth Service. Each year, JFCS joins partners in our community to host a dya of service for children & teens as part of the internatinal initiative. In these new days of limited outings, JFCS has developed a Virtual J-Serve Event! We invite all youth ages #-# to join us via Webinar as Celeste Albert, Coordinator of Teen Programs, shares the importance of giving back especially during challenging times. Celeste will also share remote options for youth to give back within their local communities. Click here to save your spot at the webinar!
Outside Resources: Below we will continue to update with links to support the health, comfort, socialization and engagement of all.
August 21 is Senior Citizen’s Day and JFCS is celebrating seniors in Mercer County!
Description: Join special guest Rabbi Jay Kornsgold for a fun pre-Chanukah celebration. Rabbi Jay will speak about the miracles of Chanukah as well as the debate on whether there should be a menorah on government property during the holiday. You can take part in a...
Date: Thursday, September 26 at 12:30 p.m. Location: Congregation Beth Chaim (329 Village Road East, West Windsor) Description: Samuel Golinkin will join us this afternoon for a look at how the geopolitics of the Middle East impact Israel – and our world. He will...
THE KASHRUT OF LAB-GROWN MEAT Date: Thursday, September 19 at 1:00 p.m. Location: Beth El Synagogue (50 Maple Stream Rd., East Windsor Description: Rabbi Matthew S. Nover of Beth El Synagogue will discuss the day when we make meat from nothing! Would it be kosher? ...
Join us on August 22nd at Beth Chaim as we discuss this masterwork of American immigrant literature set in the 1920s on the lower east side of Manhattan. . A Kosher lunch will be provided by Greenwood House and there is a requested donation of $5.00 per person.
Please RSVP to Beth Englezos at BethE@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100, ext. 126 no later than 8/16.
Join JFCS and the Beth El Seniors on Thursday June 20th for a dairy lunch and a movie! We will be watching either “The Book Club” or “When Harry Met Sally” depending on availability. Both flicks are really cute and fun!