Beth Tfiloh 2019 Yom Ha'atzmaut event

Baltimore marks Yom HaZikaron and Yom Ha’atzmaut

Synagogues and other Jewish organizations in the Baltimore area are preparing to both honor Israel’s fallen soldiers and victims of terror and celebrate the...

The world’s wisdom comes to Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

While trips to far-off lands or public symposiums may still be off the table for many, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation is working to bring the...

U-Md. students create cookbook to recall their time in Israel

By Eric Schucht Abigail Elson is tired of Zoom events. As a member of Terps for Israel, a Zionist student organization at the University of...

JCC partners with E.B. Hirsh Early Childhood Center

The JCC of Greater Baltimore and Baltimore Hebrew Congregation’s E.B. Hirsh Early Childhood Center are entering into a two-year collaboration. Expected to begin July...

Virtual Yom Hashoah event organized by Jewish Federation of Howard County

The Jewish Federation of Howard County will hold a virtual Yom Hashoah Commemoration event on April 8, featuring as its guest speaker Steven Luckert,...
Temple Isaiah preschool class

In-person preschool classes begin reopening at Temple Isaiah

Six months after Temple Isaiah’s preschool went online in September of 2020, the program has begun reopening some in-person classes, and Preschool Director Meredith...
socially distanced dinner

Finding meaning in a second Passover in isolation

About 17% of American adults have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and about a third of adults have received at least one dose of...
Rabbi Ilan Glazer

Our Jewish Recovery supports Jews overcoming addiction

By Lisa Woolfson Six-and-a-half years ago, when Rabbi Ilan Glazer wanted to find Jewish addiction recovery resources for himself, he found few. In fact, the Reservoir...

COVID-19 study focusing on Orthodox Jews releases first results

By Shira Hanau One year after COVID-19 first walloped Jewish communities in the United States, a scientific study has confirmed something that many in the...
Rachel and Zachary Burrows

Family adapts to COVID by scheduling bar mitzvah ceremony, party for different dates

For 13-year-old Zachary Burrows, the pandemic hasn’t only changed the way he goes to school and socializes. To keep attendees safe from coronavirus, he...