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Jewish Life and Culture

Virtual Connection

Stay Connected From Home!

Even with social distancing in order, the Alpert Jewish Community Center continues to be a Jewish neighborhood and gathering place that is the heart of Jewish learning and activities, designed to improve its members’ lives in conjunction with their family, synagogue, local organizations, and the general community.

 

We’ve gathered Jewish virtual resources for your education and entertainment! We’ll make sure we have you covered for those virtual holidays coming up. Keep checking in for new updates.

Virtual Jewish Life and Culture Events

  1. 21
    APR

    JUST DRAW! with Anne Kupillas

    This is a series of creative workshops for artists and non-artist. Anyone can learn to draw with practice and instruction! Materials Needed (keep it simple, can be a pencil, pen, markers, paints - whatever is handy) and any kind of paper. Ages 10+

  2. 11
    MAY

    Shavuot Baking with Morah Rochie

    Celebrate Shavuot and bake along with Morah Rochie's world-famous (seriously!) cheesecake recipe!

  3. 12
    MAY

    Alpert Classic Film Club: Night of the Hunter

    Discussing: Night of the Hunter. This club is a way for those who love movies to watch some of the classics, and then get together and learn more about them. The idea is that whether you’ve seen the films before or not, you’ll get new insights that will deepen your appreciation and understanding of them. 

  4. 16
    MAY

    Shavuot

    Shavuot is a unique Jewish holiday, as it commemorates multiple occasions. The Summer Harvest, and the giving of the Torah to the Jewish people at Mount Sinai.

  5. 2
    JUN

    Alpert Classic Film Club: The Third Man

    Discussing: The Third Man. This club is a way for those who love movies to watch some of the classics, and then get together and learn more about them. The idea is that whether you’ve seen the films before or not, you’ll get new insights that will deepen your appreciation and understanding of them.

  6. 6
    JUN

    Chakra Yoga Flow

    In the Chakra Yoga Flow, each week the sequence will focus on each chakra, starting from the bottom working our way up. The aim of the practice is to get our energy flowing and to bring awareness to our mind-body connection. Noticing any stiffness, blockages, or stagnant energy in our body and through yoga, allowing that energy to flow freely. Participants will receive an E-BOOK that dives deeper into explaining each chakra. The E-book includes: journal prompts, affirmations, and suggested activities and/or practices to connect deeper with each chakra into your day-to-day life. It is designed for you to work on one chakra per week. 

Virtual Jewish Life Resources

As we all try to navigate through these unknown times, we want our community to stay connected with their Jewish Life. Please use these virtual resources for educational or entertainment purposes. Check back as we will continue to add to this list. 

 

Make Challah for Shabbat! Enjoy these resources to show you how...

Facebook LIVE Pre-Shabbat Singing

Every Friday at 3:30 pm

 

Join Dana Schneider-Chanzit, the AJCC Jewish Life & Culture Director as she welcomes the weekend and offers a respite from the hectic pace of the rest of the week.

Connect With Us on Social Media for Updates

We are always checking in with you on social media to keep our community together during this strange time. It’s your place to let us know what you’d like to see or just check in with the staff to ask questions or offer words of encouragement.  Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected!

Any Questions or Concerns?

Please contact our Jewish Life and Culture Director, Dana Schneider-Chanzit at dschneider@alpertjcc.org