March 15, 2017 RSS feed / Voice at the Shore

David Lieberman to become new Federation president

As of April 1, the Jewish Federation of Atlantic and Cape May Counties will have a new president—46-year-old David Lieberman, a local business owner with young children, who represents a new generation of leadership in the Jewish community. More...

Ethical Wills class explores how to create a lasting legacy of values

An ethical will is designed to pass on ethical values and family stories from one generation to the next.  More...

Interfaith solidarity against hate event is set for March 16

With more than one hundred bomb threats over the past several weeks aimed at Jewish Community Centers (JCCs), day schools, and other communal organizations across the United States, at least three known desecrations of Jewish cemeteries, and an unpar More...

JCC art exhibit celebrates Black History Month

Rabbi Aaron Krauss of Margate’s Beth El Synagogue and Reverend Collins Days of Atlantic City’s Second Baptist Church spoke at a JCC art reception late last month honoring Black History Mo More...

Beth Israel adult ed series celebrates “Judaism as a Civilization”

The community is invited to attend two upcoming JPlace Adult Education programs on “Judaism as a Civilization” on March 26 and April 7 at Congregation Beth Israel. The programs will be led by Rabbi David and Susan Weis.  More...

Stockton students train to become interfaith leaders

STOCKTON HILLEL HAPPENINGS

“We live at a time when people of different faith backgrounds are interacting with greater frequency than ever before. More...

YLD Tequila and Tapas kickoff set for March 30

Party with the Federation’s Young Leadership Division (YLD) on Thursday, March 30, at the Tipsy Taco in Margate! More...

Cooking class features Passover desserts

Wondering what kinds of new and delicious treats you can make for Passover this year? Learn the secrets of making the best parav Passover desserts at a cooking class on Wednesday, March 29, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. More...

Women’s Seder, March 30, tells Passover story from a woman’s point of view

The weeks leading up to Passover can be a stressful time for Jewish women, who often find themselves caught up in a flurry of spring cleaning as well as prepping kitchens for the holiday and preparing Passover foods. More...

Shabbat Candlelighting Times for the Shore:

Friday, March 17 – 6:49 p.m.  Friday, March 24 – 6:56 p.m.   More...

Philanthropy is good business, says JBN speaker

Not only is philanthropy good for the community and for the soul—it’s also good for business, according to Gary Hill, cofounder of the Schultz-Hill Foundation, which provides funding for the arts, history, and education in South Jersey. More...

The favor of your reply is requested

FEDERATION AT THE SHORE

When an invitation is extended, whether by a family to their simcha, or by a community organization, it is tradition for the invitation to include an RSVP date, the phrase “the favor of your reply is requested…”, “registratio More...

Passover fun for young children

Don’t miss this opportunity to help your child learn about the upcoming Passover holiday in a way that’s fun and engaging for both of you. More...

Florida Reunion features SJ-wide collaboration among Federations

The Jewish Federation of Atlantic & Cape May Counties and its Foundation joined with the Jewish Community Foundation, Inc. More...

Chabad Shabbatons inspire student crowds in Ventnor and Crown Heights

Over 100 university students from nine college campuses in the Delaware Valley area spent Shabbos at the Chabad Chai Center in Ventnor during the last weekend in February. More...

Community Event Calendar

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15 GOLDA MEIR HADASSAH Monthly meeting with lunch, 11:30 a.m. RSVP required; call Sue Morgan at (609) 487-1734. More...