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  • Jewish American Heritage Month

    By Congressional resolution and Presidential proclamation, May is Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHM). A national month of recognition of the more than 360-year history of Jewish contributions to American culture, JAHM acknowledges the achievements of American Jews in fields ranging from sports and arts and entertainment to medicine, business, science, government, and military service. The […]

  • Trans Rights are Civil Rights: Meet Sarah McBride, Rising Political Star & LGBTQ Activist

    There is currently an assault on transgender civil rights. Recently, the federal civil rights law has been reinterpreted to erase protections for the transgender community. As it says in the Torah, each person is created in the image of God. It is holy to be your authentic self. In affirming this ultimate spiritual truth, we […]

  • Sacred Attunement

  • Israel Bonds Women’s Division Golda event

    Fashion Show – ‘Art of Fashion’ with a trunk show from RESPOKE (A shoe line made from Hermes, Pucci and Missoni scarves) & a guest speaker – Keren Ben-Horin (Fashion historian, curator, author & educator) – topic: ‘In the Melting Pot: Fashionable Identities in Israel’ Champagne, Wine, Hors D’oeuvres & Dessert (dietary laws observed) $82 […]

  • JFCS: Touched by Addiction Support Group

    JFCS is offering this support group for family members who have a loved one grappling with current or past substance use issues. Addictions of all kinds can create turmoil in the lives of those grappling with their dependencies and can directly impact family members and loved ones. This support group will help ease the feeling […]

  • LGBTQ Civil Rights: The Pursuit of the Fairness Act

    Hear PA House of Representatives members Brian Sims and Malcolm Kenyatta speak on the current state of LGBTQ equality legislation. Learn about the act and the actions we at Rodeph Shalom can take to assure the passage of the Fairness Act.

  • How the Lessons from the Holocaust and Rwandan Genocide are Driving Atrocity Prevention

    United States Holocaust Memorial Chairman Elie Wiesel said, “A memorial unresponsive to the future would also violate the memory of the past.” Nearly 75 years since the Holocaust and 25 years since the genocide in Rwanda, the Museum is fulfilling its mandate serve as a living memorial to the Holocaust by studying the choices made […]

  • Masterpieces of Jewish Literature: “The Strange World of Isaac B. Singer” (Rescheduled Date)

    Rescheduled Date: “The Strange World of Isaac B. Singer” Wednesday, May 29, 7:30 p.m. Masterpieces of Jewish Literature with Rabbi Lance J. Sussman, Ph.D., RSVP to Pam@kenesethisrael.org or call 215.887.8702

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