Beth-El School Happenings

By Ramona L. Brand Director of Youth Learning Come to a Mask-Car-Aid! Purim was the last holiday we celebrated “in-person” last year, with one eye already on...

Beth-El: Keeping it Communal in COVID Times

By Tess Goldblatt, Executive Director Pandemic adaptations continue to be a significant mission for all of us trying to find ways to maintain our communal bonds...

Zoom lecture celebrating women in Jewish history

Chabad of VA and Hadassah Richmond present A Zoom Lecture Celebrating Women in Jewish History Tuesday, February 9th 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Portrait of a 16th Century Jewish...

Brith Achim happenings

The new calendar year is in full swing and events have been “Zoom-ing” along at Congregation Brith Achim. February continues our on-line activities with simple...

Beth Ahabah happenings – February

On Friday, Jan. 15, to recognize Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, Beth Ahabah Clergy – Rabbi Scott Nagel and Cantor Sarah Beck-Berman – and...

Or Atid Religious School News

By Alison Litvin Education Coordinator Families of the Helen and Sam Kornblau Religious School are staying connected this semester, coming together in the virtual classroom to...

We’re Here for You at Chabad!

COVID-19 may keep us apart physically, but Team Chabad is here for you in every other way. Please reach out to us if we...

KBI: Richmond Jewish Food Festival

With COVID-19 still active, we are forced to cancel the 2021 Jewish Food Festival. We are looking forward to holding our festival on the Sunday-Monday...

Kehillah Happenings

Kehillah is Virginia’s only independent, progressive Jewish community and is served by Rabbi Patrick Beaulier and Rebbetzin Stefanie Papps, along with an amazing group...

Or Ami happenings

Or Ami has bragging rights for two things this month. First, we are proud to announce after 33 years and one month from the dedication...