By Lee Chottiner Community Editor “And Joseph said to Pharaoh, ‘Pharaoh’s dreams are one and the same: God has told Pharaoh what He is about to do.’” – Mikkets 41:25 Where would the Jews be, Rabbi Gaylia Rooks asked, had … Read More
Martin Luther King Jr. Day Mitzvah Opportunity
Monday, January 20 from 5:00-7:00 pm in the Heideman Auditorium
The Temple and Love the Hungry, Inc. are partnering to package shelf stable food for hungry children both locally and overseas. Join us for this worthwhile mitzvah opportunity.
Please RSVP to Becky King at 502-212-2028 by Friday, January 17.
Pizza and soft drinks will be provided for volunteers. Read More
Please join our Temple Community as we make sandwiches that will be given to the Louisville homeless community in need. Parents are welcome to join us in the Heideman Auditorium for this mitzvah project. Before the event, please bring donations …
Brotherhood Community Service Shabbat August 2, 2019 beginning at 6:30 pm Denise Sears, CEO of Supplies Over Seas has been invited to deliver the sermon. Supplies Over Seas is a charitable group that sends unused medical supplies and equipment to …
Martin Luther King Jr. Day Mitzvah Opportunity Monday, January 21 from 5:00-7:00 pm in the Heideman Auditorium The Temple and Love the Hungry, Inc. are partnering to package shelf-stable food for hungry children both locally and overseas. Join us for …
In Louisville, as in many communities across North America, passionate Jewish women step up as leaders. They want • to ensure that there is a Jewish community for their children; • to engage in doing mitzvot and working for tikkun … Read More
Children from just one year old through their early teens helped PJ Library of Louisville and Jewish Family & Career Services (JFCS) support our community at the Second Annual Tzedakah Fair on May 18. This year’s event exceeded the success … Read More
Did you know that the annual Federation Campaign supports Hillel chapters at the University of Louisville and Bellarmine University, offering Jewish students a place to connect with other Jewish students, celebrate Jewish holidays and support when they encounter problems because … Read More
We’ve all seen those Interfaith Paths to Peace bumper stickers that say “Coexist” and feature a number of different symbols – religious and otherwise – to illustrate the point. After speaking with attorney Jon Fleischaker for even a short while, … Read More
In the last three years, David Klein served as president of the Board of the Jewish Community of Louisville. He was passionate about his work and strove tirelessly to bring the community together in support of the agency and the … Read More