September 27, 2017 RSS feed / Voice at the Shore

Rodef Sholom Cantor Isaac Wall honored for his 100th birthday; Torah reader Irving Raab, z”l, also remembered

Rodef Sholom Cantor Isaac Wall, who turns 100 years old this year, was honored at a tribute dinner at the shul on Sept. 3. More...

Is Zionism a ‘wall’ between us?

FEDERATION AT THE SHORE

A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) annual gala and awards ceremony in Philadelphia. More...

Beth Israel invites unaffiliated to attend Yom Kippur services

With all the turmoil and unrest in today’s world, this year’s High Holidays represent an especially important time for unaffiliated Jewish families to connect with their Jewish roots, said Rabbi David Weis of Congregation Beth Israel.&nbs More...

OceanFirst Foundation donates $20,000 to Village by the Shore

OceanFirst Foundation is proud to support Jewish Family Service (JFS) as a community partner in 2017. More...

A sweet new school year…

The Sunday school at Beth El Synagogue in Margate had its first day of classes on September 10. Here, Beth El teachers, students and parents posed for a group photo on the first day of school. More...

Songs, stories, crafts for babies & toddlers at Beth Israel

Babies and toddlers two years of age and younger and their caregiver (or “special person”) are invited to Music, Movement & More at Congregation Beth Israel in Northfield on Friday mornings from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. More...

Kids’ car wash raises mitzvah money

Beth Israel Temple Youth (BITY) held a car wash fundraiser on the first day of Sunday school at Congregation Beth Israel in Northfield. More...

Meaningful memories can guide us to a sweet New Year

Dr. Leo Lieberman recently held an adult education class for the High Holidays on “Childhood Memories” at Beth El Synagogue in Margate. More...

Rachel Waldman named new Hillel and Young Leadership director

Rachel Waldman likes to joke that working as a Jewish community professional was not her choice but her destiny. More...

Leaders call for action to end injustice and hate at emotional 9/11 commemoration

As Hurricane Irma tore through Florida, local leaders and residents of all faiths, races and ethnicities came together on September 10 to commemorate 9/11 and speak out against hate at Beth El Synagogue in Margate. More...

High Holiday food drive is vital—but more is needed

COMMUNITY CORNER

Food and hunger. For many of us, as Yom Kippur approaches, thoughts relating to food and hunger hover in the back of our minds. More...

Margate Police Chief speaks at JBN

Margate’s Chief of Police, David Wolfson, spoke on “The Important Relationship between Law Enforcement and Business” at the Jewish Business Network (JBN) Power Luncheon on September 8 at Sofia in Margate. More...

JCC’s “Learn Move Create” program offers seniors free classes

The Margate JCC is offering a series of free classes for adults 60+, called “Learn Move Create,” at a variety of locations in Atlantic County this fall. More...

Card sharks and Mahjong mavens make big contribution

A sold-out room of more than 100 people gathered for an afternoon of fun card games, Mahjong, and more on August 23 for the 4th Annual JFS Card Party. More...

JFS Herb Dinner at Steve & Cookies set for Oct. 24

Steve & Cookie’s in Margate will once again host the popular JFS Herb dinner, featuring a three-course vegetarian meal and a presentation by herbalist Gayle Gross, on October 24 at 6 p.m. More...

Community Event Calendar

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28  JCC – MARGATE Active Adult and Senior Expo, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., featuring vendors, health screenings, panel discussions with health care professionals, flu shots, hearing screenings, and free breakfast. More...

Kid’s Calendar

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER  30  BETH ISRAEL – NORTHFIELD Yom Kippur afternoon service for families with young children age 0-6, 4:30-6:30 p.m., with music, movement and stories. Open to the community. Please RSVP to Ms. More...