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Events (37)

Meditations and Practices through the Omer

Tuesday, March 30 12:00 PM - Tuesday, May 11 1:00 PM

7 weekly sessions connecting the Kabbalistic practice of Omer meditations with the cycle of the seasons & roots of this time

Working for Revelation

Thursday, April 1 8:00 PM - Thursday, May 13 9:30 PM

After Pesach, we count the Omer, an invitation to do difficult spiritual work from humanity to Divinity.

Israel Pursuit: Yom Ha'atzmaut 2021

Monday, April 5 12:00 PM - Tuesday, April 27 5:00 PM

Israel Pursuit connects students with others around the world, educates them about Israel and engages them in a competition

Modern Conundrums: 21st Century Hard Questions

Tuesday, April 6 8:00 PM - Tuesday, June 1 9:30 PM

Explore ethical dilemmas facing 21st century Jews through the lenses of medical ethics, moral philosophy, and halachah

Days of Memory: From Commemoration to Celebration

Wednesday, April 7 8:00 PM - Wednesday, April 14 9:30 PM

 A 3-night viewing experience featuring exclusive content created by the JCC for Yom HaShoah, Yom HaZikaron, & Yom HaAtzmaut.

Israel’s Independence Day and National Identity

Monday, April 12 1:00 PM - Monday, April 12 2:00 PM

Special rituals for Yom Ha’atzmaut to explore the relationship between new Israeli culture and the Jewish past.

Learning Torah from the Talmud's Greatest Gentiles

Monday, April 12 2:00 PM - Monday, April 12 3:30 PM

Throughout rabbinic literature the rabbis imagined engaging in dialogue about religious issues with non-Jews. Learn why!

70th National Jewish Book Awards Celebration

Monday, April 12 7:00 PM - Monday, April 12 8:00 PM

The vir­tu­al cel­e­bra­tion will fea­ture remarks from the 2020 win­ners live from their homes.

The Meaning of the 10 Commandments

Monday, April 12 7:00 PM - Monday, May 10 8:00 PM

Discover why the text known as the Ten Commandments most succinctly captures this Jewish theological and moral worldview.


Tuesday, April 13 12:45 PM - Tuesday, April 13 2:00 PM

A virtual memorial tour in honor of Israel’s fallen soldiers and victims of terror.

We Remember - Director & Actors of Valley of Tears

Tuesday, April 13 2:30 PM - Tuesday, April 13 4:00 PM

A conversation with director and actors of Valley of Tears for a conversation about Yom HaZikaron, Israel's Memorial Day

Putting Legacy into Practice

Wednesday, April 14 5:00 PM - Wednesday, April 14 6:00 PM

Concerned about the rise of online hate and what it means for our society? Learn how to combat if from Civil Rights Leaders

Meaning + Milestones: Spring Days of Learning

Wednesday, April 14 7:30 PM - Thursday, April 15 5:15 PM

Explore the evolution of Israel through historic and modern perspectives on its significance for the 21st century.

Yom Ha'atzmaut - Salute to Israel's 73rd Birthday

Thursday, April 15 1:00 PM - Thursday, April 15 2:30 PM

Greetings from March of the Living alumni, songs & celebrations, commemorative tree planting & views of Israel’s beauty

Reflections on Holocaust Memory

Thursday, April 15 3:00 PM - Thursday, April 15 4:00 PM

The Holocaust happened in another century on another continent. Hear why the lessons of the Holocaust are timeless & timely.

Chaim Weizmann & Jehuda Reinharz

Thursday, April 15 7:00 PM - Thursday, April 15 8:00 PM

A conversation with distinguished historian Jehuda Reinharz on his three-part biography of Chaim Weizmann

Yom Ha'atzmaut Celebration

Thursday, April 15 7:00 PM

Celebrate Israel with special guests, Israeli gold-medal-hopefuls and a celebration in honor of Israel’s President Rivlin.

Hallelujah to the World

Friday, April 16 6:00 PM - Friday, April 16 7:30 PM

Gali Atari will reprise her inspiring anthem,which won the 1979 Eurovision Contest, to celebrate Israel’s 73rd birthday.

DIY Bet Midrash

Sunday, April 18 - Friday, June 11

Explore one of SVARA’s core texts at your own pace. An opportunity for learners who have previously studied in SVARA’s method

Saving Lives Through Genetic Testing

Monday, April 19 12:00 PM - Monday, April 19 1:00 PM

Learn the history of Jewish genetic screening, hereditary risks in our community, & how testing can help your family health

Are We One? The Challenges of Jewish Unity Today

Tuesday, April 20 12:00 PM - Tuesday, April 20 1:00 PM

Despite increasing levels of political polarization, the Jewish community continues to emphasize the importance of “unity.”


Tuesday, April 20 1:00 PM - Tuesday, April 20 2:00 PM

A conversation about how Jewish nonprofit professionals can move from transactional-covenantal relationships in their work.

A Journey through the Wilderness-Counting the Omer

Wednesday, April 21 7:00 PM - Wednesday, April 21 8:30 PM

The Omer calls us to be awake and be present, count each day and make each day count.

Have You Made Art About It Yet? Omer Edition!

Thursday, April 22 12:00 PM - Thursday, April 22 1:30 PM

Dive into the auspicious countdown between Passover and Shavuot through the lens of creative exploration!

3rd Jewish Climate Action Conference

Sunday, April 25 12:00 PM - Sunday, April 25 5:00 PM

​This online event will engage Jewish climate activists from across the country with important information & connections

The Torah of Reopening

Monday, April 26 8:00 PM - Monday, May 10 9:00 PM

Our 3 sessions will draw from Jewish texts & traditions as we ready ourselves for the next phase of this journey


Tuesday, April 27 11:00 AM - Tuesday, April 27 12:30 PM

Join author of Miracle Nation, Israela Meyerstein on an inspiring multimedia journey from pre-state days to the present.

Philip Roth: The Biography With Blake Bailey

Tuesday, April 27 6:00 PM - Tuesday, April 27 7:00 PM

A conversaiton with Blake Bailey who was appointed by Roth and given complete access to create a story as engaging as Roth.

A Conversation Between (TV) Daughter and Mother

Thursday, April 29 7:00 PM - Thursday, April 29 8:00 PM

Join Rachel Bloom and Tovah Feldshuh as they discuss and how to laugh in a time when humor seems almost impossible

Cooking with Keshet Round 2

Thursday, April 29 7:00 PM - Thursday, April 29 8:30 PM

Jake first cookbook "Jew-ish" reinvents the food of his Ashkenazi heritage and draws inspiration from other traditions

JTS: Racial Justice and Jewish Values

Sunday, May 2 6:30 PM - Sunday, May 2 9:00 PM

Using the writings of Abraham Joshua Heschel to bring Jewish perspectives to contemporary debates and questions of race.

Receiving Torah in the Face of Trauma

Thursday, May 6 1:00 PM - Thursday, May 6 2:00 PM

In times like these, what does it look like to receive Torah and what will it take to sustain us for the future?

Discussion of Antisemitism with Deborah Lipstadt

Thursday, May 6 7:30 PM - Thursday, May 6 9:00 PM

Join us for a timely conversation about Antisemitism with Deborah E. Lipstadt moderated by Rabbi Michael Ragozin.

I Remember You: Yizkor for Mother's Day

Sunday, May 9 12:30 PM - Sunday, May 9 1:30 PM

Join Jewish Studio Project and take time on Mother’s Day to consider your mother—who she was and how her life unfolded?

Bringing Stories to Life

Wednesday, May 12 7:30 PM - Wednesday, May 12 9:00 PM

Grandparents & grandfriends join a program on Zoom! Learn the art of reading children’s stories, virtually and in person.

Jewish Changemakers Fellowship Session 1

Monday, June 7 - Friday, June 25

A 3-week program for Jewish young adults to expand their career, network and ability to affect change in their community.

Jewish Changemakers Fellowship Session 2

Monday, July 12 - Friday, July 30

A 3-week program for Jewish young adults to expand their career, network and ability to affect change in their community.