A virtual Jewish experiential camp with separate programming for children in grades K-2 (30 minutes on Thursdays) and grades 3 and above (1 hour on Wednesdays). Experience Judaism arts and crafts, music, science, cooking & more. Camp over Zoom.
Lisa Cooper will talk about her book A Forgotten Land: Growing up in the Jewish Pale, based on recollections of her grandmother about her family's life in the Russian Empire at the turn of the 20th century.
Let’s elevate the adventure of transitioning from Shabbat to the week ahead by moving outdoors for one very special, summer Saturday night. Amidst the fireflies twinkling and warm breezes blowing, The Soul Center’s Shir Joy Band will lead us through an immersive, musical Havdalah that will warm your heart and lift your soul. Our time together will last no more than 20 minutes and, we promise, every second of it will be precious!
We will discuss Israeli novelist/essayist/peace activist Amos Oz's essay "Dreams Israel Should Let Go of Soon".
Register your family in your team and join us for a virtual journey to Jerusalem!
Baltimore-based artist Anna Fine Foer constructs collage landscapes with scientific, political, meta-physical, and Jewish significance, depicting three or more dimensions on a two-dimensional plane.
A review of six approaches within Jewish tradition—from the Torah, through the Talmud and contemporary Jewish thinkers—to the question of life on other planets and its ramifications for our daily lives.
A program between the Baltimore Jewish Council and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Join Black and Jewish women as we march down Park Heights Avenue together show our solidarity and protect Black lives.