(JNS.org) An Israeli Jewish couple was shot dead in their vehicle on Thursday night in northern Samaria.
On Sunday January 24th, Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion held an International Holocaust Remembrance Program. International Holocaust Remembrance Day, is an international memorial day on January 27, commemorating the victims of the holocaust. During the event at Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion, they featured a documentary filmed by high school senior Joshua Tebeau from Warsaw, Poland.
On Friday, February 12, Rockdale Temple will kick off its annual scholar-in-residence weekend with Rabbi Deborah R. Prinz and the Religion of Chocolate. Varieties of chocolate will be available throughout the weekend. Rabbi Prinz has spent the last decade exploring the links between Jewish history and the history of chocolate. During Friday night Shabbat Services, Rabbi Prinz will give a sermon showing the path she traveled writing her book, (On the Chocolate Trail: a Delicious Adventure of Connecting Jews, Religions, History, Travel, Rituals and Recipes to the Magic of Cacao), which was published in 2013. She will weave the story of Jews and chocolate. After services, there will be an infused chocolate dinner.
Springtime in Cincinnati means the Reds! The Jewish Professional Advisors Network (JPAN) is planning an outing to the Reds Stadium on March 23.
One was born in Panama and has lived in Colombia and Mexico; the other’s family has lived in Cincinnati for five generations. Now both Amberley residents, Renee Levy and Brooke Guigui have each chosen not only to stay in Cincinnati but to support Jewish Cincinnati by volunteering as co-chairs of the 2016 Community Campaign for the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati.
It’s an honor to be offered an opportunity to contribute to a newspaper founded seven years before Abraham Lincoln was sworn in as the 16th U.S. President.
Cincinnati and the surrounding areas have many options for those who are seeking a summer camp for their child. Explore these summer camp listings to help you choose the right camp that best suits your child’s needs.
The historic Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) is home to three extraordinary cultural and educational institutions: the Klau Library, the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of The American Jewish Archives, and the Skirball Museum. Additionally, the Scheuer Chapel, housed in the oldest building on the campus, has its own story to tell.
Cincinnati has many options for those who are seeking the right retirement center for themselves or a family member, or who are looking for special assistance to do every day tasks and more. Explore these various businesses that can help you or your loved one:
Efrat, Israel – “If your brother becomes destitute and is then sold to you, you shall not make him work like a slave” (Leviticus 25:39).