October 14, 2015 RSS feed / Voice at the Shore

Restored shul, now the Azeez Museum, has faithful following for Rosh Hashanah

Nearly 100 people came together at Stockton University’s Sam Azeez Museum in Woodbine to celebrate Rosh Hashanah last month. More...

Shabbat Candlelighting Times for the Shore:

Friday, October 16 - 6:00 p.m.  Friday, October 23 - 5:50 p.m.   More...

Time to read for One Book, One Jewish Community Nov. 19

Are you looking for an excuse to curl up with a good book? Or just interested in sharing a great discussion on an interesting Jewish book? If so, it’s time to start reading “The Mapmaker’s Daughter,” by Laurel Corona.  More...

Margate JCC author speaker series runs November through December

The Milton & Betty Katz Jewish Community Center’s Fall Author Speaker Series in November and December features Jewish related topics on current affairs, Jewish thought on Mid-East politics and Jewish contributions to literature, art and sci More...

Beth El offers trip to Boro Park Oct. 25

Rabbi Aaron Krauss of Beth El Synagogue will lead a bus trip to Boro Park on Sunday, October 25.  Boro Park, a neighborhood in the southwestern part of Brooklyn in New York City, is home to one of the largest Hasidic and Orthodox Jewish communit More...

Village by the Shore seeks volunteers

Are you looking to get more involved and give back to the community during the New Year? Share your skills, expertise and talents by becoming a Village by the Shore volunteer. More...

Not all clear sailing for Voice at the Shore

FEDERATION AT THE SHORE

The Voice at the Shore is now one year old. Given this milestone, Jewish Federation is now in the early stages of conducting an interim analysis of its success, both from a journalistic and from a financial perspective. More...

Shaloma Hadassah welcomes new members

New and prospective members of Shaloma Hadassah met at the home of co-president Sunny Otto in Longport on September 9. More...

Kids’ MusicRound Class is at Congregation Beth Israel

Attention parents of young children: You can still get in on Congregation Beth Israel’s new weekly music class for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. More...

Ready...set...AC Marathon this weekend!

On your mark, get set, and get ready to go—to the Atlantic City Marathon this weekend! Come out and watch runners from all over compete while enjoying live entertainment on the boardwalk. The race begins 8 a.m. More...

Join Federation to hear Netanyahu and others at General Assembly, Nov. 8-10

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, former U.S. More...

JFS offers Medicare seminar

Each day 10,000 baby boomers turn 65. With so many questions about healthcare, exactly what do seniors need to know? October starts the Medicare Open Enrollment Period. More...

Local woman gets a workout riding for Jewish causes

Rachel Ludwig of Northfield recently completed a Jewish bike-riding trifecta—taking part in three rides that raised money for Jewish causes, including Jewish Family Services in Margate and Camp Ramah in the Poconos.  More...

The Shore celebrates Sukkot with songs, campfires, lulavs and etrogs

1. Kids in Chabad’s C-Teen youth group build a sukkah with the help of a few adults. More...

Beth Israel to hold fall thrift sales

It’s a great time to clean out your closets and donate your unwanted items to Congregation Beth Israel’s Sisterhood thrift sale, which will be held on Sunday Nov. 1 and Monday Nov. 2. More...

Chabad welcomes newcomers to Chai Center holiday services

When Chabad celebrated the High Holidays for the first time last month in the Chai Center, its new home, every seat in its new 200-seat sanctuary was filled.  More...

JCC offers mini-camp for NJEA break

After July and August, the best month to be a kid is November, when kids are off for Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 3) and the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) conference (Thursday and Friday, Nov. 5 & 6). More...

Community Event Calendar

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16  TEMPLE BETH SHALOM –  More...

Kid’s Calendar

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22  PJ LIBRARY Family Love, a program for young children age 8 and below, 5-6:30 p.m. Children will explore the topic of family love through stories and crafts. A light dinner will be served. More...