November 9, 2016 RSS feed / Voice at the Shore

Hadassah president gets tours of Jerusalem hospitals

Shimon Peres once said, “No institution models a place of peace under the most demanding circumstances more than Hadassah.” More...

Atlantic City Marathon Race Weekend Hosts 2,800 Runners

On Saturday, October 22 and Sunday, October 23 the city of Atlantic City welcomed 1,800 participants in the 58th annual Atlantic City Marathon and Half Marathon and nearly 1,000 participants in the 5K and 10K on the historic boardwalk.  More...

Local survivor families receive drawings of lost children

In an event that took place just two weeks prior to the 78th anniversary of Kristallnacht, a small group of local residents whose family members were murdered by Nazis as children took part in a very special ceremony at Stockton University.  More...

Beth Israel’s Simchat Torah tradition continues

Congregation Beth Israel continued its Simchat Torah tradition of unrolling the entire Torah so that it wrapped around the entire sanctuary, with teens celebrating B’nai Mitzvah and their famil More...

JFS holds annual Thanksgiving Turkey Drive

With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, Jewish Family Service is holding its annual Holiday Turkey Drive to provide families with turkeys and trimmings throughout the season. More...

Making challah and new friends

About thirty women attended a challah-making event at Shirat Hayam just before the High Holidays. Congregants worked together in groups making the dough and then each braided their own round challah with instructions from Rebetzin Ellie Kremer.  More...

Community Event Calendar

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10  More...

Kid’s Calendar

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11  More...

Shirat Hayam offers 92nd Street Y programs with Dershowitz, Ross, and Kushner

During November, Shirat Hayam is offering several recent and very relevant programs from the archives of the 92nd Street Y’s world-renowned speaker series. More...

Brigantine shul hosts Interfaith Thanksgiving Service

Temple Beth Shalom will be hosting Brigantine’s annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service on Tuesday evening, November 22, at 7:30 p.m. The entire community is invited to attend.  More...

Stockton’s Kristallnacht lecture discusses Germany’s 1904 genocide in Africa

As we commemorate Kristallnacht, we ask ourselves once again how this atrocity and the Holocaust that ensued could have happened. How could the Nazis even have conceived of this horror?  More...

Grade schoolers write to children murdered by Nazis

When Drawing Against Oblivion—Stockton’s exhibition of 34 drawings of children murdered in the Holocaust— closes on November 13, over 4,000 schoolchildren and their teachers will have seen it.  Many schoolchildren who have seen More...

Hail to the chief!

FEDERATION AT THE SHORE

After an extremely long and hotly contested presidential election, the results are in, and we have a new president – or will come Inauguration Day. More...

Six-Day War medic to speak at JCC Nov. 18

Dr. Itzhak Brooks, who served as an Israeli army medic in the Six Day War in 1967 and as a battalion physician during the Yom Kippur war in 1973, will speak at a Brunch and Learn at the JCC in Margate on Friday, November 18, at 10:30 a.m. More...

Beth Israel hosts visiting scholar luncheon on Nov. 14

Congregation Beth Israel will hold its Gusti Engelbert Visiting Scholar Program on Monday, November 14, at noon, with a luncheon featuring Dr. Rachel Korazim, an educator with a unique approach to educating others about Israel. More...

Chabad sows seeds of Jewish learning at Sukkot

Rabbi Avrohom Rapoport (center) of Chabad at the Shore explains the meaning of the Lulav and Esrog to children at Chabad’s Pizza-In-The-Hut Sukkah Party at the Chai Center. More...