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Breaking the Glass at a Jewish weddingStarting May 6: Wedding Email Series If you and your partner are from two different faith backgrounds and planning a Jewish or Jewish and… wedding ceremony, there’s a lot to consider. We’re taking all our expertise and dishing it out in seven emails designed to offer ideas and options, answer common questions and connect you to a wealth of additional resources (and other couples!) so you can plan a ceremony that’s right for you. REGISTER NOW>>

Starting May 6: Parenting Email Series Receive eight emails over four weeks about how to bring spirituality and traditions to your parenting in realistic and meaningful ways. REGISTER NOW>>

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jkidphilly: Little Hands Make A Big Difference: a Family Volunteer Experience

March 31, 3:00PM

Explore and learn about four local agencies that help those in need in our community. Pack health and safety kits with Jewish Relief Agency, braid challah with Challah for Hunger, and sort clothing with Our Closet a program of JFCS. Along with volunteers from Repair the World and jkidphilly, we will have a great time […]

2nd Night Community Passover Seder

April 20, 6:00PM

Congregation Leyv Ha-Ir~Heart of the City welcomes the community to attend our 2nd night Passover Seder, an ongoing event for 20 years. Rabbi Julie Greenberg and Cantor Sharon Sigal will lead services. Food and wine galore, much singing and we welcome children. A kosher-style Passover dinner is served. If Glatt Kosher is necessary, please contact […]

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