Connect with Bucks County's 65,000 Jewish residents through a variety of cultural, educational and social activities.

Upcoming Events

BUCKS COUNTY KEHILLAH JEWISH FESTIVAL '21

Sunday, April 11, 2021 – Sunday, April 25, 2021

Israel, music, food, film and community! Celebrate our Jewish culture together in virtual space.

Concert Tour of Jerusalem with Yonina
Sunday, April 11, 2021 | 10:00 a.m.

Yoni and Nina Tokayer, also known as “Yonina“, are an Israeli musical duo acclaimed for their weekly home videos which have reached millions of viewers around the globe.  In addition to their musical career, Yoni Tokayer is a certified tour guide and has years of experience leadings tours in Jerusalem. Yoni and Nina have been singing together since they met, have been married for six years and have two sweet children who make guest appearances in their videos. Known for their positive music and soft harmonies, Yonina create a blend between Jewish, Israeli and International music.  To register, click here.

Baking with Chana Weinstein
Sunday, April 18, 2021 | 12:00 p.m.

Celebrate baking and check out the kitchen situation with Chana Weinstein of Newtown, PA! Her “Sitch in the Kitch” program is the perfect opportunity for kids who love cooking and baking and also like to cook along or watch! Learn how to make zebra cookies!! After registering you will get the ingredient list in case you want to bake along with Chana! To register, click here.

Pickle Making
Sunday, April 18, 2021 | 1:00 p.m.

Get ready to make pickles! Rabbi Pickle of the Kosher Pickle Factory will lead a hands-on demonstration on making pickles using the same method as the original pickle masters of the famed Lower East Side of New York. Participants will learn the history and method behind the art of pickle making, gain insight into the deeper meaning of many of the ingredients, and make their very own container of pickles.

The Kosher Pickle factory has traveled extensively throughout the USA, Israel, Canada and Australia bringing the joy of the pickle to over 8,000 folks of all ages. After registering you will get a list of ingredients.

 To register, click here.

‘Let Yourself Go’: Film and Discussion
Saturday, April 24, 2021 | 9:00 p.m.

Watch this entertaining and humorous Jewish film at your leisure and come together on the event of Saturday, April 24 for a discussion about the film! Registrants will get the link to screen the film by April 20th

Elia (Toni Servillo of “The Great Beauty”) is a Jewish psychoanalyst from a purely Freudian school of thought. Due to his austere and detached manner, he is reputed for immediately generating awe in his patients. Elia lives alone in a flat on the same floor as his ex- wife Giovanna, with whom he is still secretly in love. After a minor illness, his doctor prescribes an iron-rich diet and physical activity to lose a few extra kilos. That is how he chances upon Claudia, a personal trainer with the cult of physique, but clearly not of mind…

To register, click here.

Evening of Musica around Bucks County
Sunday, April 25, 2021 | 7:00 p.m.

Musicians from our Bucks County Kehillah synagogues and the community will play their specialties. Get ready to dance and sing along from home! Come for your favorite and stay for all! You will not be disappointed. To register, click here

Reaching from the river town of Yardley in the east to Doylestown in the west, picturesque New Hope to the north and Bensalem to the south, Bucks County is home to a vibrant and diverse Jewish community with 16 synagogues serving Conservative, Orthodox, Reconstructionist, and Reform denominations as well as learning centers and other Jewish organizations.

The Bucks County Kehillah works with all these groups planning programs that have included Jewish and Israel festivals, live music concerts, thought-provoking speakers, collaborative holiday celebrations like its annual, public Chanukah candle lighting, a Kehillah youth basketball league and much more.
The Kehillah holds monthly meetings—to which all are welcome—made up of interested Jewish community members, vibrant volunteers, synagogue representatives, rabbis, and educators. It is a great opportunity to share ideas and hear what is going on in Jewish Bucks County.

For ways to share your energy and ideas, contact Carrie at buckscounty@kehillah.jewishphilly.org.

Bucks County Synagogues and Organizations