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Recent Events

Mar 18, 2020
6-7:45 pm
POSTPONED Dear Neighbors, Thank you for your planned participation in the March 18th Big Table All of Us Are Pittsburghers: Immigrants, Refugees, Transplants and Yinzers conversation. At this time we are postponing the event. We have full confidence that we will be able to reschedule this event and look forward to your participation. For the...
Mar 10, 2020
10:30 am– 12 pm
As the debate regarding religious freedom continues, we hope to strengthen the notion that we are each responsible for protecting each other’s fundamental rights through shared dialogue. Freedom of religion is an unalienable right that we share as American citizens, and it is our duty living in a democratic society to uphold and defend these...
Feb 26, 2020
7:30 PM
Partners in Torah is an exciting learning experience that allows participants to study the Torah topic of their choice. The program features both chavrusa (same-gender study partners) learning as well as mixed-gender small groups. For information or to arrange a study partner, please email Rabbi Schon at [email protected] Presented by Kulam-Pittsburgh Community Beit Midrash in...
Feb 20, 2020
9:30-11 am
Every person counts and should be counted! Our religious traditions insist that every person counts. It is our job as spiritual leaders to make sure that every person is counted. Interfaith teachings about the value of every person Presentations by civic leaders on the ins and outs of how Census 2020 will work Important information...
Feb 17, 2020
11 am-12:30 pm
Hosted by The Center for Loving Kindness and Civic Engagement, Random Acts of Kindness Day seeks to strengthen the mission of the organization by encouraging community members to come together and display altruism towards their fellow neighbors. Care packages will include weather appropriate donated apparel. Care packages will be distributed to individuals in communities in...
Feb 10, 2020
7-8:30 pm
Hopeful Conversation: All About Census 2020 Every person counts and should be counted! This evening will help you better understand: Interfaith teachings about the value of every person The myths, truths and logistics about Census 2020 Important information about how we are all impacted by Census 2020 Opportunities to sign up for part-time jobs to...
Dec 22, 2019
2-4:30 pm
The JCC Center for Loving Kindness invites everyone in the community to celebrate the season by giving to refugee and immigrant families in need. The event is free and open to all. 2 to 4 pm – Ostrow Palm Court: Baby supply collection plus crafts, multi-cultural snacks and music. Collection includes: Diapers Blankets Winter clothing...
Dec 7, 2019
7-8:30 pm
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL Sing with us and shine the light as we bring our diverse faith traditions together. Join us in bringing LIGHT into the world through music. Featured artists: Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church Alumni Theater Company/JCC Teens Cantor Julie Newman and Sara Stock Mayo of Tiferet Pittsburgh Stake Choir from the Church...
Nov 13, 2019
11 am-1 pm
Please join us as we participate in World Kindness Day, a nationally celebrated movement encouraging individuals and organizations to carry out good deeds and acts of kindness. Drop by the JCC in Squirrel Hill to make bagged lunches for non-profit organizations in the Pittsburgh area who serve community members. We are partnering with 412 Food...
Nov 10 – Nov 11, 2019
A CONFERENCE HOSTED BY CLASSROOMS WITHOUT BORDERS Geared to academia, educators, spiritual leaders and students Open to the community Featured Scholars and Presenters • Dr. Michael Berenbaum, Professor of Jewish Studies and Director of the Sigi Ziering Institute, American Jewish University, and former Director of the United States Holocaust Research Institute at the U.S. Holocaust...
Oct 27, 2019
In recognition of the events of October 27, 2018 targeting members of three congregations praying at the Tree of Life building, the JCC will be closed for normal business. The JCC will be open for Community Service and Resiliency. On October 27, 2019: The 10/27 Healing Partnership, a federally-funded resiliency center on the upper level...
Oct 9, 2019
3-4:30 pm
Free and open to everyone For more information: Rabbi Ron Symons, 412-697-3235 Yom Kippur: Forgiveness and Repentance Wednesday, October 9 • 3-4:30 PM JCC of Greater Pittsburgh – Katz Performing Arts Center 5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill Gather on the holiest day of the year to explore the role that forgiveness and repentance have in our...
Oct 1 – Dec 21, 2019
6-8 pm
Through December 2019 Each and Every explores the power of six Pittsburgh-based organizations that are each and every day making our corner of the world a better place to live in. The essence of the exhibition is exploring the human need of our neighbors and celebrating the work of dedicated residents who are changing our...
Sep 30, 2019
3-4:30 pm
Free and open to everyone For more information: Rabbi Ron Symons, 412-697-3235 Rosh Hashanah UPstanders Monday, September 30 • 3-4:30 PM Levinson Hall, JCC of Greater Pittsburgh 5738 Forbes Avenue, Squirrel Hill The piercing sound of the ancient shofar will inspire us to move from being bystanders to UPstanders. Engage in guided conversations with neighbors Circulate...
Sep 23, 2019
The First Amendment for the 21st Century: A Conference in Squirrel Hill About Our Nation’s Tensions with Freedom of Religion The Conference is sponsored by the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh’s Center for Loving Kindness and is funded by The Pittsburgh Foundation. The First Amendment for the 21st Century is one of a series created by The...
Apr 11 – Apr 27, 2019
6:30 pm
Join with your Pittsburgh neighbors at the JCC for a Movie, Conversation & Snacks Dear White People Described by Vanity Fair as a sharp and very funny Netflix comedy that should be on everyone’s watch list, Dear White People follows several Black students at an Ivy League college as they navigate campus life and racial...
Mar 22, 2019
Just as Esther stood up against the violence of her day, so too can we STAND UP with our Muslim Neighbors against violence. Many of you have reached out to ask how we can provide support to the local Muslim community after the horrendous shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday. Here are several are...
Dec 14, 2017
7:00 pm
Phat Man Dee & Liz Berlin: Shine the Light with Social Justice Disco A musical collaboration with special guests: Pastor Deryck Tines and the Lemington Gospel Chorale Ezra Smith Christina Springer Johnny Creed Coe SunBear Coe Miguel Sague Jr. Presented by the JCC’s American Jewish Museum and Center for Loving Kindness and Civic Engagement Jewish Community...