Virtual Festival March 12 – March 23 Screenings at the Amherst Dipson Theater March 24 - March 30
Led by Jill and Rabbi Brent Gutmann, “Mazel Tots” includes Jewish stories, crafts, music, fun, and friendship. Children up to age 5 are welcome to attend with a parent, grandparent, or caregiver. Our doors will be open on “Mazel Tots” mornings at 9:15 AM for free play -- perfect timing for those dropping off older […]
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The Jewish Discovery Center is excited to present: Adult Jewish Learning - Beyond Belief. Beginning February 12 at 10am. This program is taking place at the Jewish Discovery Center - 831 Maple Rd., Williamsville. Enroll at: jewishdiscovery.org/classes
The Jewish Discovery Center is excited to present: Adult Jewish Learning - How Does The Soul Think? Beginning February 12 at 11am. This program is taking place at the Jewish Discovery Center - 831 Maple Rd., Williamsville. Enroll at: jewishdiscovery.org/classes
Join our inaugural JCRC Book Club. Read acclaimed memoir Color of Water: A Black Man’s Tribute to his White Mother by James McBride and then join our community discussion. This compelling memoir weaves McBride’s own life with what he uncovers about his mother’s birth in Poland and then childhood in Virginia as the daughter of […]
Join us to experience a traditional Ethiopian meal, coffee ceremony, and homemade Ethiopian bread (Injera) with multiple toppings, followed by a lecture on the immigration of Ethiopian Jews to Israel. Fee: $27 Community Member | $20 JCC Member Click here for more information or to register
The Holocaust Resource Center in conjunction with Erie 1 and Erie 2 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES are proud to present: A Conference for Educators Holocaust by Bullets: Exploring the History of the Undocumented Victims in Ukraine This conference for educators will explore the history of the undocumented 1.5 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust in Ukraine using […]
This basic introductory Hebrew reading course is for beginners interested in learning the Hebrew alphabet, grammar and vocabulary with a focus on reading prayers for Shabbat, synagogue services and traditional blessings. This course meets on Wednesdays for 12 weeks. Dates include: February 8, 15 & 22, March 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29, April 19, […]
This intermediate level Hebrew course is to further develop skills for those who already know the Hebrew alphabet and can read several words and phrases. The focus of this course is on Hebrew prayer. This course meets Wednesdays for 12 weeks. Dates include: February 8, 15 & 22, March 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29, […]
The Torah Studies class brings you the tradition of classical Jewish learning in a series of enticing weekly classes. Each class introduces ideas and issues from the current weekly Torah portion and, through discussion and debate, creates a meaningful connection between the timeless wisdom of the Torah and modern-day living.
Every Thursday morning 9:00 – 10:00am Dive into the vast sea of the Talmud, the compilation of centuries of Halachic discussion between the greatest of sages. With its stimulating and mind-sharpening twists of logic, the Talmud represents the ultimate in Jewish scholarship. Feel free to join the class at the Center for Jewish Life: 757 […]
This monthly peer-led Rosh Chodesh gathering connects women to body, soul, and community through wellness learning and Jewish spirituality. This group is designed for women in their 40s and younger. Dates include: Tuesday, October 25, Monday, November 21, Monday, December 19, Monday, January 23, Thursday, February 16, Thursday, March 23, Thursday, April 20, Thursday, May […]
The Teen Leadership Council is a convening body made up of teen representatives from NFTY, USY, Buffalo Jewish Teen Initiative, Park Kadimah Scholars and other Buffalo Jewish agencies and synagogues. This group provides support to teen leaders and works to plan community wide collaborative teen programs. Interested in joining the council, contact Mike at email@example.com.