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Houses of Worship
On Saturday, March 16th at 3:00 p.m. the Woodbridge First Church of Christ will be hosting a concert in their Sanctuary, 5 Meetinghouse Lane, Woodbridge, featuring Music Director Nenad Ivović on piano and Ethan Brown on cello. Nenad and Ethan will be performing pieces by Rachmaninoff and Gershwin.
Join us for a conversation with the award winning author of The Other Side of Prospect, a landmark work of intimate reporting on inequality, race, class, and violence told through a story of murder and intersecting lives in an iconic American neighborhood — Newhallville, New Haven. Mr. Dawidoff will
Have you ever wanted to start your own business? What does it take to turn your passion into your job and manage your own business? Join us for a panel discussion. Amy Vatner will interview three other congregants — Linda Reis, Lauren Haas and Jodi Seidner — who have each turned their interests and
Come in costume! 7:45pm Megillah, 8:30pm Purim Celebration with karaoke, lavish appetizer and dessert stations in a cozy & casual setting *$75 per person.
HIAS Refugee Shabbat Service and Dinner at B'nai Jacob, March 15. Call or email to register: 203 389 2111; email@example.com. There is a charge for the dinner.
An event for children six and under and their caretakers. Wear pajamas, enjoy dessert, hot cocoa, stories and songs.
Entertainment Weekly Editor’s Choice Winner of the 2006 National Jewish Book Award for Fiction. A million-dollar painting by Marc Chagall is stolen from a museum during a singles’ cocktail hour. The unlikely thief is Benjamin Ziskind, a lonely former child prodigy who writes questions for quiz
Congregation B’nai Jacob, along with First Church of Christ, Woodbridge; the Greater New Haven African American Historical Society; the JEDI Taskforce of the Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven; Shoreline Soul; The Towers of New Haven; Valley Soul; and the Woodbridge DEI Committee are pleased to
The Rev. Susan Murtha is the Interim Minister at FCCW and has made quite an impact. Plan a visit to see what is “happening.” You can also read about her on our website. We are honored to have such an extraordinary individual here with us at First Church!
Through the month of January, BEKI will show a series of weekend Jewish films—both classics and more recent films—on the big cinema screen in the social hall. All of the movies include some comedy, and all are free. Refreshments will be served. Details at beki.org.