Many things have changed, but the power of tradition and community has not diminished. By popular demand, Moshe & Goldie came regularly to the J to offer beautiful Judaica (jewelry, prints, crafts, and more) at affordable prices. Due to the pandemic, they are not able to make their annual trip in time for the holidays. So we are bringing their gallery to your home via the Virtual J.
Special Offer: As a token of appreciation, Monzon Gallery will include a small pouch as a gift (Value $10) with purchases over $100.
Note: 10% of each sale will be made as a donation to the J. Please refer to "Pozez" when you place your order.
Being Israeli in Northern Virginia
Whether you are new to our area or you have been here for 20 years, we are arranging activities and events where you will have the chance to speak in Hebrew, have a great Israeli vibe, and meet other Israelis living in Northern Virginia.
Note: For additional programs with Israel content, please see additional Pozez JCC department descriptions.
Contact Shy.Ashkenazi@theJ.org for more information.
Hebrew Through Song
Join Rotem Ur, Shaliach at Shaare Torah Congregation in Maryland, and learn Hebrew through songs.
Israeli Dance with Ethan Halpern
Join us weekly for a zoom dance class that incorporates Jewish and Israeli culture through choreographed dances set to modern music by Israeli artists. The dances students learn are recognized in most programs internationally. No experience is required.
Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84853029767
Meeting ID: 848 5302 9767
Fill Up Your Cup... with Weekly News Updates from Israel!*
Join Shy Ashkenazi, Pozez JCC's Shaliach, for a conversation about what's happening in Israel today. Click here to register.
*This program is presented by the Pozez JCC-JAFI’s Shiri Rahamim Shlichut Program, which is supported by a generous grant from the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington.
IEF- Israel Engagement Fellowship
Sundays, October 18-December 13 (no meeting Nov. 29), 4pm-5:15pm
Participation is open to any 10th–12th grader regardless of school/synagogue membership/affiliation.
Are you a future leader? Are you looking for a unique addition to your college application? Are you interested in strengthening your connection to Israel? The Israel Engagement Fellowship is just what you are looking for!
During the free eight-part seminar, you will:
• Explore the trends on college campus and how Israel fits into broader conversations
• Learn the importance of building allies and coalitions to impact change
• Examine the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and learn from differing narratives
• Graduate with the knowledge, experience, and confidence to engage with and advocate for Israel in your own meaningful way on college campus and beyond
Fee: There is no cost to participate.
Application deadline is Wednesday, October 14. Apply here: https://www.jcouncil.org/get-involved/israel-action-center/israel-engagement-fellowship
QUESTIONS: Contact Adam Odesser at email@example.com
The Israel Engagement Fellowship was created in partnership with The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington and is funded by a generous gift from Margo and Yoram Cohen.
MEET IMA'S KITCHEN
We all know that food is a central part of shared experiences.
Shy is happy to introduce you to Ima (mom) Ashkenazi and her cooking. A collection of recipes from the diverse Israeli kitchen.
Find the tastes of Israel and much more here, on our NOVA SHLICHUT Facebook profile, and at theJ.org under the Israel section.
Check out all her recipes on our blog!
Be a part of our wall! Share your recipes with me at shy.ashkenazi@theJ.org.
Shy has begun posting blogs at theJ.org/blog. Follow along on his journey in Northern Virginia!