Hurricane Florence is now hitting the East Coast, most directly the Carolinas. News reports indicate we can expect prolonged heavy winds and rainfall over a very wide area. There are dozens of Intermediate and Small Federations and Network communities in the area that will be heavily impacted over the coming days. During the past week JFNA has been actively in contact with all these communities to help them prepare.
Jewish and Muslim Communities Share 20 Year Relationship
Diane Fisher, director of the JCRC, recently sat down to speak with Rabbi Melanie Aron, senior rabbi of Congregation Shir Hadash, and Maha Elgenaidi, executive director and founder of ING (Islamic Networks Group). These three women bring a wealth of experience working to bring interfaith people together in a common cause. To read their interview, click the button below.
Thursday, Sept. 27: School Board Candidates Reception
Join us to meet with the candidates for Santa Clara County school boards and community college districts. Co-sponsored by the African American Community Service Agency and the Jewish Community Relations Council. Free and open to the public. RSVP is required.
PJ Library will host a special puppet show presentation of The Magic Pomegranate, Sunday, October 14 at Congregation Shir Hadash from 2:00 to 3:00 pm. This event, which is ideal for preschoolers, will include a sensory exploration of the pomegranate, complete with tastings!
Bring a sweater as we will be outdoors. Free and open to the community. Registration is required (just click button below!) Questions? Contact Roni Wolfe: email@example.com.