Security Grants awarded to Richmond Jewish Institutions

Three years ago, in response to rising Antisemitism and threats, the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond made a significant investment in Community Security. The RVA...

Rabbi Reflections: UVA Hillel rededicated to mission, core values

This last year was a challenging one, to say the least.  For an organization whose core strategy is predicated on building strong relationships and...

Weinstein JCC presents ‘Stories and Strings’

Amnon Weinstein has spent the last two decades in Israel locating and restoring violins that were played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust. Determined to...

Planning for our future

By Jesse Feld President & CEO, Richmond Jewish Foundation As I was driving the other week, a song from the early 2000s called, “Ms. Jackson,” came...

Dolphin Club is open to swimmers

The Dolphin Club is the JCC’s year- round competitive swim team. We are currently offering free, no obligation tryout/evaluations to determine the best placement for...

Center announces 2021-22 Arts + Ideas season

After more than a year of virtual programming, the Weinstein JCC is excited to announce that it is bringing back in-person live music, entertainment,...

Gardens refurb coming soon!

Beth Sholom is excited to announce that Gardens Assisted Living will be undergoing a refurbishment this fall! The Gardens was added to the Beth...

5400 Club August Programs

The 5400 Club at the Weinstein JCC meets virtually on Mondays (except holidays) from 12:25-1:30 p.m. A Zoom meeting registration link will be emailed...

Residents enjoying summer activities

Beth Sholom recently welcomed a traveling petting zoo! Residents all over campus had a chance to meet and pet many beloved animal friends!  

Inaugural Golf Tournament a Hole-in-One!

The inaugural Weinstein JCC Golf Tournament was a resounding success as 80 golfers teed off at Belmont Golf Course for this sold out event! The...