Students ages 7-14 from across our community will bring on the magic when they take the stage to present the musical comedy Xanadu JR. at The J.
Author: David Gonnerman
Longtime philanthropist and volunteer Ronne Hess recently kicked off season two of our popular Southern Jewish Voices program.
“We want the community as a whole and as individuals to turn to us in their time of need,” says Lauren Schwartz, executive director of Collat Jewish Family Services.
The crowd gathered to view a new collection of artwork created by groups and individuals from The J’s partner agencies that explore the Jewish theme of gemilut hasadim.
Longtime volunteer and philanthropist Ronne Hess will launch the second season of Southern Jewish Voices on October 25 at noon.
Here at The J we’re embarking on a two-year journey to celebrate our strengths while identifying opportunities for improvement.
We have compiled for you a brief list of news stories and opinion pieces that you might find to be informative.
Watch video of the “We Stand with Israel” community gathering from October 10.
B’ham’s Jewish organizations are meeting regularly to discuss how we can best respond to the ongoing crisis.
Get set for some big plans to enhance how The J manages children and youth services.