Center City Kehillah - Public

About Us:

The Center City Kehillah is a network of communities representing the diversity of Jewish life in urban Philadelphia. As a hub for Jewish life, we strengthen individual and communal connections by creating both accessible entry points and in-depth opportunities to grow. Our participating organizations include synagogues and congregations; cultural, educational, and social justice institutions; and nonprofit initiatives. The Center City Kehillah is in cooperation with and funded by the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia.

General Information

Category: Group : Other \ Common Interest \ Geography \ Outreach
 
Religion: Jewish - Reconstructionist, Reform, Conservative, Converting, Orthodox, Pluralistic, Progressive, Secular Humanist, Jewish Renewal, Just Jewish, Traditional, Transdenominational
Community: Philadelphia  
Members
Events

Learning in Pairs - Jewish Textual Views of Disabilities
Gabby Kaplan-Mayer (jkidphilly) and Rabbi Joel Seltzer (Camp Ramah in the Poconos) will be leading this session on the topic Jewish Textual Views of Disabilities. ....
February 23 2016
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
National Museum of American Jewish History 5th and Market Street
William Penn Annex East, PA 19106

Learning in Pairs - The Crisis of Transmission in Judaism and the Biblical Precedent of the Hakhel Event
Rabbi Yochonon Goldman (B'nai Abraham) and Eli Schonfeld (Katz Center)will be leading this session on the topic The Crisis of Transmission in Judaism and the Biblical Precedent of the Hakhel....
March 09 2016
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
2100 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Learning in Pairs - American Passover: How We Tell Our Story
Rabbi Abe Friedman (Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel) and Ronit Lusky (National Museum of American Jewish History) ....
April 04 2016
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
National Museum of American Jewish History 5th and Market Street
William Penn Annex East, PA 19106

Learning in Pairs - What Do American Public Institutions Mean for Jews and Judaism?
Professor Lila Corwin Berman (Feinstein Center, Temple University) and Rabbi Seth Goren (Repair the World) will be leading this session on the topic What Do American Public Institutions Mean for Jews....
May 11 2016
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
The Gershman Y 401 S. Broad Street
Phila, PA 19147

Learning in Pairs - Topic TBD
Rabbi Albert Gabbai (Mikveh Israel) and Rabbi Jill Maderer (Congregation Rodeph Shalom) will be leading this session on on a topic to be determined.

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June 02 2016
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
2100 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103