A weekly inspiring lecture on the beauty of Psalms – not to be missed!
And let’s not forget about the bagels & lox to enjoy too!!!
Men & Women Welcome!
Ever felt that you’re trying to do the right thing, yet everything is lining up against you? Is nature itself your adversary? Heaven forbid! A complex story of returning warriors and desert taxation reveals the encouraging message that when all is said and done, G-d is orchestrating everything to help you out.
There is no fee to attend the classes, however, you may purchase a student textbook for $55 by making a donation online www.chabadac.com/donate or bringing a check to the class.
TBS Adult Education Events
In an increasingly precarious world for Jews in Jewish households, Temple Beth Shalom is presenting a dynamic series on anti-Semitism. Steve Sarratore, A former professor and college administrator, will lead us as we explore this particularly relevant topic, looking at our past, present, and future. Join us for a light Sunday brunch at 11:15am, with learning to follow shortly thereafter. All are welcome, but please RSVP so that we can plan appropriately.
The first two programs, held on Sunday, July 8, 2018, and Sunday, August 12, 2018, will cover the following topics:
“Being Hated by the World We Love;
Anti-Semitism Then, Now, and Forever?”
Join us as we take a tour of Anti-Semitism through the ages and its impact on the Jewish community yesterday and today.
“The First Jewish Superman; Why the Jews Needed the Golem and What We Need Today”
Join us as we screen a film version of the Golem, with learning and a lively discussion to follow.
Mahjongg, Canasta, Pam, Scrabble-everyone to bring their own game.
12.00 per person includes lunch & snacks. Must call to reserve your table (609) 823-2725
Meeting each week through July and August.
Families will enjoy a delicious dinner of pizza or pasta followed by an entertaining program brought to you by the Franklin Institute and NASA!
JEWISH JOURNEYS: JUDAISM FROM AROUND THE WORLD:
Travel the world without leaving your seat. This new and exciting four-part JCC program will highlight Jewish cuisine and cultures from different countries around the world. Each program will include a speaker on the designated country, a delicious kosher meal with a themed cuisine menu and a documentary film about world Jewry and the Diaspora. All events start at 6:00 PM.
$20 for JCC members | $25 for guests if registering at least one week before each event
$25 for JCC members | $30 for guests if registering after one week before each event
Wednesday, July 11 – The Jews of Eastern Europe
Speaker: Josh Cutler, JCC Program Director
Meal: Schnitzel, Salmon & Borscht– Oy Vey!
Movie: A Yiddish World Remembered
The story of Jewish life in Eastern Europe is brought to life again by some of the remaining eyewitnesses. Narrated by Academy Award nominated actor Elliott Gould and accompanied by never-before-seen archival films, vintage photographs, and, of course, traditional Klezmer and cantorial music, the documentary takes a realistic and enlightening look at this unique and all-but-vanished way of life. Despite the daily trials of anti-Semitism and abject poverty, through the words of the individuals interviewed, we learn that Jewish communities were close-knit and often even joyous places to live.
Investment Club that mainly invests in Israeli companies that are trading on the United States securities markets
Enjoy an evening of unity, inspiration & delicious treats!
Men & Women Welcome!
Mah Jongg Tournament
July 12 – Brunch & Learn
Speaker: Robin Burstein, The Anti-Defamation League
Movie: The Jewish Soldiers of Blue and Grey
$ 3 for members | $5 for guests when paid for in advance
$5 for members | $8 for guests at the door