What's Happening at GRJC
Fridays, 8:00 pm; Saturdays, 9:00 am
Services are conducted year-round and during all holy days and festivals.
Rabbi Jennifer Schlosberg Honored
Mazel tov to our own Rabbi Schlosberg for being selected as the first recipient of the Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies Alumni Award at the University of Hartford, her undergraduate alma mater. This award honors outstanding alumni of the University of Hartford whose years on campus were characterized by high academic achievement at the Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies along with active, campus wide engagement, and whose subsequent life and career continue to reflect the knowledge and values imparted by their time at the Maurice Greenberg Center.
Read the full article about the award
Sisterhood Book Club
Next date to be announced...
We will be reading "The Boston Girl" by Anita Diament. Copies are available at the Glen Rock Public Library. This event is FREE for all current Sisterhood members. Guest fee of $7 for non-Sisterhood members. RSVP to Randi Asher.
46th Annual Thanksgiving Eve Interfaith Service
Sponsored by the Religious Communities of Glen Rock
Wednesday, November 25, 7:30pm
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 233 S. Highwood Ave., Glen Rock
Please bring a non-perishable food item for donation to the Center for Food Action
Chanukah Fun Day
Sunday, December 6
10:00am to 12:30pm
All Nursery School and Hebrew School students are invited for fun, games, arts and crafts, latkes, jelly donuts, menorahs and more!
Comedy Night - Save the Date!
Saturday, January 30, 2016
Saturday Morning Torah Study
We are pleased to offer a lively short-and-sweet adult Torah study discussion with Rabbi Schlosberg as part of Shabbat morning services on weeks when we do not have a bar/bat mitzvah celebration. We typically begin this Torah study around between 10:30 am and 10:45 am. Stay for Kiddush and schmooze with others. Upcoming dates : Saturday, December 26. We welcome you even if you only want to come for the discussion!
GRJC Vision Committee
Interested in the future of the Glen Rock Jewish Center?
The GRJC VISION COMMITTEE invites you to check out its website at VISION 4 GRJC.
You'll learn about the rationale and origins of our Vision initiative, gain access to transcripts from our envisioning round table sessions and see the results of our Star of David surveys.
And... you'll have an opportunity to provide feedback, comments and suggestions for this work in progress. Our future is around the corner, and we invite everyone to be a part of it!
Dinner Dance website, honoring Rachel Blumenstyk, will remain live through October 2016...
It's not too late to donate!
For more info click "Here" for Dinner Dance Website.
Click "Here" for Sponsorship Info.
"KULANU" Special Needs Hebrew School Program
GRJC is proud to offer a Hebrew School class for children with special needs, taught by a certified special education professional. Promotes effective learning in a standard classroom environment. Held on Sundays from 9:30-10:55am. Contact Rachel Blumenstyk for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click HERE to read the full Jewish Standard article.
GRJC Cookbook makes a great gift!
Glen Rock Jewish Center is presents a cookbook for all seasons and all styles. Enjoy heritage recipes from yesteryear, time-honored classics with a modern twist as well as meal ideas featuring the latest and healthiest ingredients. All recipes were lovingly submitted by GRJC members, friends and family.
The cookbook features helpful hints, substitutions and Hebrew blessings for different foods and occasions.
The price for this visually pleasing, historic and inspirational cookbook is only $l8 a copy. Shipping anywhere in the US is available for an additional $6.
E-mail Jane Spindel at email@example.com for yours!
Jewish Standard article
Most people know who Theodor Herzl was; but did you ever hear of Vladamir Jabotinsky?
Find out about these and other improtant figures in modern Jewish History. Click on the link below
For Parents: In the Face of the Current Situation in Israel
Click HERE for a guide from the Jewish Education Center of Cleveland. It has two sections to help parents.
The first contains expert advice on helping your child deal with crisis and tragedy. The second contains action steps you and your family may take to help answer questions or deal with high emotions that may find their way home.
Give a Gift of Israel Bonds
Celebrate births, bar and bat mitzvahs, weddings, graduations and more with a gift of Israel bonds. Mazel Tov bonds and eMitzvah bonds (available only online) can be purchased for all your special occasions.
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Local and online
"Buy Israeli Goods"