We are trying something new – an outdoor (weather-permitting) in-person Shabbat service that will also be on zoom! To join us in person you must preregister, as our in-person gatherings are still limited in number. We hope those who wish to, will join us in the flesh, and we will all share the evening together, … Read more
The spirit of our Bibliodrama will be something like a communal yarzeit, remembering Miriam by going back through the three stories in which she figures prominently. We will also honor Reb Pauline, who was an enthusiastic advocate for this style of Torah study.
Join us in the WJC parking lot, weather-permitting, as we watch the evening fall and bid farewell to Shabbat with a beautiful Havdalah ceremony. Preregistration and social distancing protocols required, but we will be together! Register here:
Our Family School gathers for one last time this school year for a fun Shabbat celebration, in-person and outdoors at the WJC.
Earth Day Celebration. Join the national “Sound the Call to Action to Fight Climate Change” with Hazon.org and other Jewish organizations
Regenerative Agriculture for Human and Planetary Health: Farmer’s Footprint & Discussion.
To highlight the visual art talent in our midst, the WJC Art Committee has chosen one artwork per week to feature online, for as long as our physical space remains closed.
Featured Artist of the Week: Pam Krimsky
In honor of 73 years of Israel independence, the Jewish Federation of Ulster County is inviting you to be part of Yom Ha’Zikaron ceremony for the fallen defenders of Israel and Yom Ha’Atzmaut celebration.
Rabbi Jonathan hosts an online gathering of area rabbis and Holocaust survivors and children of survivors to mark Yom Hashoah.
It is seven weeks from the second seder until Shavuot, the holiday when we celebrate receiving Torah at Mt. Sinai, connecting Passover, the time of our liberation with Shavuot, the time of revelation.