A full Fall at Congregation Beth Ahabah

Fall was busy at Congregation Beth Ahabah. We are three months into the second year of our written in-house religious school curriculum and this year’s...

Beth-El Happenings

By Ramona L. Brand, Director of Youth Learning Move Over Flat Stanley; Dov the Bear is in Town. Deepening the connection between religious school and...

Or Atid Happenings

Book Club – Jephte’s Daughter Or Atid’s book club will meet remotely on Jan. 12 to discuss Naomi Ragen’s first novel, Jephte’s Daughter. This modern classic...

Kehillah – The Festival of Lights Ignites Carytown

Carytown Hanukkah made its dazzling return on Saturday, Dec. 4 in the Ten Thousand Villages parking lot. The evening began with some joyful mingling, featuring...

Happy Sylvester! Happy 2022!

By Rabbi Hal Schevitz How do you say “New Year’s” in Hebrew? What do you think Israelis call it? We celebrate this day on our civil...

Brith Achim Happenings

By David Goldstein We had many marvelous activities in December as our members celebrated Hanukkah and shared the holiday with the community. The pictures with...

Or Ami Happenings

“A Dynamic Sacred Community Grounded in Reform Judaism” Are you or someone you know thinking about possibly converting to Judaism? Or just interested in learning...

The Richmond Jewish Food Festival Returns!

COVID-19 caused last year’s Richmond Jewish Food Festival to be cancelled. People begged and pleaded for our brisket, our matzah ball soup, our Bubbie’s...

Or Ami Happenings

Religious School students have been enjoying class outdoors on warm and sunny days. As we transition into winter and see more of our students getting...

Petersburg’s Centre Hill Mansion Museum decorated for Hanukkah, Holidays.

Community members can see Centre Hill Mansion Museum all dressed up for the Holiday Season, Dec. 4th and 5th, including Hanukkah decorations created and...