Come one, come all to the event of the summer! All are welcome to this annual family-friendly, community event. We'll have a Family Fun Fair with a moonbounce, carnival games, crafts & more, as well as creative and innovative workshops suitable for all ages. We are offering free childcare during the workshops (see details), but advanced RSVP is necessary! Lite fare and lots of fun to be had...
Action in Harrisburg in Support of Education Funding
Monday, June 29th
Picnic with POWER
Saturday, June 20 at 4 PM
At Allens Lane Playground
POWER Stand Up for Education Text Study
Saturday, June 20 at 9:15 AM
GJC's Social Action Committee Invites you to join us for
A Conversation About Race
Tuesday, June 9, 7:00-8:30 PM
A Question of Tradition:
Women Poets in Yiddish 1586-1987
with GJC Member & Author
Wednesday, May 27 at 7:30 PM
Red Cross Blood Drive
(sponsored by Men's Club)
Sunday, May 10 from 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Appointments preferred, but walk-ins welcome.
Raising Global Citizens
in a Diverse America
Sunday, April 26 at 10 AM
Calling all GJC Fashionistas
Come Support Israel!
Sunday, May 17 at 4 PM
Join us for shopping at MY LITTLE REDEMPTION (Israeli labels clothing boutique), followed by dinner at CAFE OLE Mediterranean Restaurant.
Limited space available, contact [email protected]
The GJC Women's Club invites you to
200 W. Northwestern Avenue
at the Cedar's House Cafe
April 19, 2015 from 10 AM-12 noon
10:00 AM - Walk!
10:45 AM - Brunch! (individual ordering)
11:14 AM - Guest Speaker Elise Rivers
Interfaith Environmental Collaboration in Israel: A Celebration of Earth Day &
sponsored by GJC's Israel Programming
and Social Action Committees
Friday, April 24
with Rachel Winner of the Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development based in Jerusalem
Saturday, April 18 at 10 AM
Join and honor the elders of our community as they help to lead the Charry Service. Guest D'var Torah by GJC member Rabbi Dayle Friedman, founder of Growing Older, providing spiritual resources for the journey and author of Jewish Wisdom for Growing Older: Finding Your Grit and Grace Beyond Midlife.
The Samaritans: True Keepers of the Torah or Strangers in the Land?
with Stefan Schorch
Yom ha-Shoah Commemoration
Service and Program
Sunday, April 12
Please join us at 9 AM for morning minyan in the Charry Lobby where our Holocaust Torah is on display. The service will include a Yom ha -Shoah memorial and is followed by a presentation by Ronnie (Renate) Breslow, a survivor of the St. Louis which was denied entry to Cuba in 1939.