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Recent Events

Nov 8 – Dec 6, 2022
Become your best self through Mussar! In our LIVE Five Steps course you’ll experience: The transformative power of ancient Jewish practices involving the mind, heart, body, and soul. Guidance for...
Sep 9 – Dec 31, 2022
Fridays, 12 pm
It’s a Beautiful Shabbat in The Neighborhood Join Rabbi Ron Symons and our neighborhood guests in lighting Shabbat candles, raising a glass of wine and breaking bread in celebration of...
May 25 – Jun 3, 2022
In the aftermath of the horrific mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, the JCC’s Center for Loving Kindness and 10.27 Healing Partnership connected with the Herby Ham...
Apr 5 – Apr 7, 2022
Let’s show our loving kindness for Pittsburgh neighbors with Ukraine connections While so many of us are impacted by the news from Ukraine, we have neighbors who have direct connections...
Apr 3, 2022
4 pm
An Ecumenical Service of Holy Communion & Call for Anti-racist Action Sunday, April 3 @ 4 pm Berkeley Hills Lutheran Church, 517 Sangree Road, Pittsburgh, PA, 15237 & Livestreamed https://www.swpasynod.org/mlk2022...
Jan 6 – Jan 27, 2022
Thursdays, 10:30-11:30 am
The Ground On Which We Stand: August Wilson’s Pittsburgh and Beyond Thursdays January 6, 13, 20 & 27 10:30-11:30 am Free Join JCC American Jewish Museum Director, Melissa Hiller, and...
Dec 15, 2021
7:30 PM
As we prepare to turn the calendar to 2022, our thoughts also turn to how we can ensure that all our neighbors have fair representation in the PA voting system...
Dec 2, 2021
A monthly conversation series on Zoom Join us as we explore ideas from leading authors for building a more equal and just future. Hosted by the JCC’s Center for Loving...
Nov 15, 2021
7-9:15 pm
Countering Political Polarization Greater Pittsburgh Workshops Fall 2021 All Via Zoom and Free of Charge Registration information below. Our country has become increasingly polarized over political issues. These FREE workshops will teach you...
Sep 27, 2021
5-5:30 pm
Throughout the generations, four times a year, members of the Jewish community are invited to light a yizkor (memorial) candle in welcoming a holiday and in remembrance of those who...