September 30, 2015 RSS feed / Voice at the Shore

Bridge of Faith mourns 9/11 victims, seeks unity to address current racial tensions

Bridge of Faith, an organization of local Jewish, Christian and Muslim clerics, held a 9-11 Community Commemoration at Congregation Beth Judah on the morning of September 11. More...

Shabbat Candlelighting Times for the Shore:

Friday, October 2 - 6:21 p.m.  Friday, October 9 - 6:17 p.m.   More...

Jewish education and renewal expert to speak at Beth Shalom

Rabbi Philip Warmflash, whose work has infused new life into Jewish communities in many parts of the country, will speak 8 p.m. Oct. 16 at Temple Beth Shalom.  More...

Mahjongg Gala to be hosted by Margate JCC offers $2,000 in cash and prizes

The Milton & Betty Katz Jewish Community Center will host a Mahjonng Gala on Wednesday, October 28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Seashore Gardens holds Alzheimer’s support group

A free Alzheimer’s support group meeting for family members and caregivers will be held on Tuesday, October 13, at 5:15 p.m., at Seashore Gardens Living Center. More...

Free JCC program promotes fitness and health as you age

Learn what you need to know about staying fit and healthy as you age through the Katz JCC’s Live Long Live Strong program. More...

Community Event Calendar

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2  TEMPLE BETH SHALOM –  BRIGANTINE Sukkot Shabbat Dinner, 6:30 p.m. in the sukkah. All are welcome to enjoy a full course kosher dinner. Services will follow. Cost: $25. More...

Kid’s Calendar

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4  CHABAD Family Sukkah BBQ and Bubble Show, noon to 2 p.m. at the Chai Center, 6605 Atlantic Avenue in Ventnor. More...

Dante Hall performances features Poetsches, three Jewish playwrights

Andrea Zakheim-Poetsch, a teacher at Congregation Beth Judah, is now starring in “Relatively Speaking: Three One-Act Comedies,” along with her husband, Gary Poetsch. More...

Holidays go smoothly with Emeth Shalom and Trocki Shul sharing building

The shofar rang out at Temple Emeth Shalom in two separate sanctuaries this year, as two congregations — one Reform and one Orthodox— held services at the same time in the same building at 8501 Ventnor Avenue in Margate.  More...

Teens can still sign up for Kulanu, starting Oct. 13

There’s still time to sign up for Kulanu, the Board of Jewish Education’s program for students in 7th through 11th grade. More...

Sukkot: A time to celebrate and share your blessings

FEDERATION AT THE SHORE

Sukkot is a commemoration of our sojourn in the desert following our liberation and exodus from Egypt, and our journey to establish a Jewish state in the Holy Land. More...

Margate girl goes to Maccabi Games with Cherry Hill team

It was kind of like being in the Olympics, with a lot of community service thrown in—and it didn’t matter who won. That’s how 14- year-old Alison Gery of Margate sums up the Maccabi Games. More...

Cape Bank helps JFS feed the hungry

Cape Bank’s 4th Annual Summer Food Drive brought in dozens of bags of food for the hungry to the Jewish Family Service food pantry this summer. More...

Mighty Mensches transform sanctuary for High Holidays

How many mensches does it take to move a bima (complete with an ark, Torahs, a lectern and chairs) 40 feet into and out of the center of an enormous expanded sanctuary, both before and after the Jewish High Holidays? More...