Join us at the Feder home after the Federation Tikkun for an evening of learning with our community's torah scholars. Come for a single lecture or stay up with us all night! Head to the Federation's Tikkun first (at the JCC) and once that is over meet us at the Feder home for lectures and […]
For our fourth annual Derekh Speaker Series, we have invited authors from across the country to discuss their books at Beth Shalom. These books take us from 1930s Atlantic City to near future Ohio to our own kitchens. Join us for the journey! The talks are FREE and open to the public! Upcoming Lectures Lisa GoldbergNow for […]
Join us after kiddush on Saturday, May 14 for the second lay-led discussion in this series. Jonathan Weinkle will lead us in investigating the Talmudic tale of rabbis falling ill and healing each other. Questions? Contact Rabbi Mark Asher Goodman at firstname.lastname@example.org
The eldest of four daughters born to Phoebe and Henry Ephron, who both were playwrights and screenwriters born in the U.S., Nora Ephron in high school wanted to grow up to be another Dorothy Parker. Soon she augmented that dream to include journalism, and majored at Wellesley College (Massachusetts) in Political Science. In 1961 she […]
Join our sister congregation Kehilat ha Kerem for a presentation by Ishmael Khaldi on Sunday, May 10 at 12:00 p.m. about the Bedouin communities of Israel. Mr. Khaldi served in the IDF before becoming Israel's first Bedouin Diplomat in 2006. This event is on Zoom only. Click here to register for this program.
Born on May 11, 1891, in New York, into a prominent Jewish family, Henry Morgenthau Jr. studied architecture and agriculture at Cornell University. Around that same time, during WWI, his father, Sr., served as President Woodrow Wilson’s ambassador to the Ottoman Empire. In Constantinople, Sr. learned about the atrocities the empire was committing against the […]