Calamity forces us to evolve, to reset our expectations, and to adapt to non-ideal conditions.
As many of you have been reading over the past several months about the plans to integrate Jewish Long Beach with the AJCC, I felt it was a fitting time to tell my Jewish Long Beach Story.
We all understand the necessity of being physically safe. However, as a Rabbi, it is my duty to point out, that we are only concerned with physical distance during this very complicated time.
These are the times that try men’s souls.” Although Thomas Paine wrote those words in the winter of 1776 about a different “crisis,” those very words and sentiments ring true in our day.
Ruth Cooperman wanders the Rose of Sharon section of the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Long Beach and is surprised to read so many familiar names on the grave markers.
Jewish Family & Children’s Service has been on the frontline of the pandemic. From where Executive Director Kathryn Miles sits, this global event is far from over.
Everyone can create a Jewish legacy. In order to assist you and start the conversation of how you can design your own, we’ve compiled a FAQ list regarding estate planning
Sara Phillips Brown admits that her path to Jewish leadership was mired with uncertainty and many detours, but she is now following the footsteps of her parents and proud to be #Jewish.
An email announcing a webinar brought back memories of a former Lion of Judah and the good works of two of the organizations supported by Jewish Long Beach: PJ Library & National Women’s Philanth...
Cancel culture is the colloquial term for the practice of boycotting, eliminating, or canceling media, organizations, or individuals that may be perceived as biased or problematic.
As a convener of Jewish community in our area, it is critically important that Jewish Long Beach continue to engage in advocacy on behalf of the Jewish people.
My Jewish Long Beach story began in December 1996 when I attended a “From The Beginning” Mommy and Me class at the Alpert Jewish Community Center (AJCC) with my oldest daughter, Sara.
Jewish Long Beach Women’s Philanthropy Cabinet has vowed to persevere with an exciting new approach to keep the Visions tradition alive.