FRIDAY EVENING SHABBAT DINNER Services: 5:45pm, dinner to follow RSVP: 422-1301 $28/Adult; $16/Student Topic: “G-d & Goodness: Does Morality Depend on Religion” SATURDAY MORNING Services: 9:00am, kiddish to follow Topic: “Is Chosenness Racist?”
July 10-14, 2017
Monday April 10th and Tuesday April 11th at 7:30pm. For more information & reservations call 902-422-4222 or email email@example.com before March 23rd, 2017.
Need help funding your Israel travels, post-secondary education, or Jewish studies? Our 2017 Atlantic Jewish Foundation Scholarships are now open! For more information, please click here. For the scholarship application, please click here. All applications must be received by April 30th. Scholarships will be awarded on merit, need, and the availability of funds. Submitting a […]
Hillel Atlantic Canada, CIJA, and CJPAC are inviting young adults to join Halifax’s university students and local politicians at a Purim Masquerade Ball on Saturday, March 18th, 8pm, at the Lord Nelson Hotel. Tickets are $20 with a free masquerade mask included in that price. For more information, please visit https://www.facebook.com/events/602451963284149/ To purchase tickets, please visit https://www.hillelatlantic.ca/event/purim-masquerade-ball/ […]
Shabbat dinner at the Beth Israel Synagogue with Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Elliot Malamet of “Torah in Motion”, Friday March 24th, 2017. 545pm services followed by dinner.
Flutist Adrienne Greenbaum, expert in Klezmer music, will be coming to Halifax April 9th, 2017, and is inviting participants and observers to the Maritime Conservatory of Performing Arts from 12:30pm to 1:30pm. If students are coming from Hebrew School they can pack a lunch and have it on the way to the Conservatory (6199 Chebucto […]
Thursday, May 11th, 2017, 7:30pm, Grace Presbyterian Church (101 Coburg St., Saint John) Join us for an evening of musical performances by musicians and vocalists from the Saint John areas. Many of our musical guests are seasoned performers, but we also welcome new young voices. You will hear a variety of Jewish and secular music […]
Monday May 1st, 7:30pm-9pm, Saint John Jewish Historical Museum The programme will feature a keynote address by Mr. Gershon Willinger. His parents Guido and Edith Helene Rothschild-Willinger were murdered in Sobibor on July 2, 1943, one year after he was born. At the age of five months he was hidden with a non-Jewish family before […]
The following post is 915 words and will take approximately 5 minutes to read. Recently, I was chatting with a friend who’s getting married this summer. When talking about the upcoming nuptials, I asked this friend what I thought was a straightforward yes or no question: would she be adopting her future spouse’s last name? […]