Third Violins of Hope Featured Concert with the Richmond Symphony!

Two Violins of Hope featured concerts with the Richmond Symphony are now sold out, but a third featured concert now will be held, the...

More than a ‘white ball with red seams’

By Kristen Litchfield Special to the Reflector March 2020 Reflector The last four months have been a whirlwind. On September 22, 2019, the Israel men’s baseball defeated South...

Escalation in Israel

The Jewish Community Federation of Richmond stands in solidarity with Israel as rockets continue to rain down on the Jewish State from Gaza. We mourn...

Pre-Registration Details for Vaccines in Virginia

The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) in February launched a new, centralized website to allow Virginians to pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine at vaccinate.virginia.gov. This...

RCJE salutes our educators

To celebrate teacher appreciation in May, the Richmond Council for Jewish Education sent gifts to 144 educators working within our local Jewish Community, including...

BBYO is alive and well

Richmond BBYO is alive and well even during these challenging COVID times. We are creating virtual chapter programs as well as positioning our chapters to meet in-person as...

Kids’ Place: the PLACE to be for kids!

Kids’ Place offers a dynamic after-school opportunity that enriches the social growth and individuality of children through a Jewish lens and is designed to...

Violins of Hope Exhibit brings Voices of Redemption to RV

Three museums to showcase violins played during the Holocaust Exhibit serves as catalyst for conversation about tolerance & social justice 12-week...

5400 Club for September

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...

Reflection – “1301”

By John Jay Schwartz The foundations of my life started at a very early age. For me, it was living from age 3-12 years at...