August 25, 2020 to November 3, 2020
For years, the JCC has served as a polling place for voting. As we saw in the most recent primary and are anticipating in the upcoming election, the voting systems we have come to know over the years are changing. That is why our Center for Loving Kindness-JCC of Greater Pittsburgh is joining with an array of non-partisan community organizations including the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh to make sure that every eligible voter has a safe way to vote whether by mail or in person.
Now is the time to make your plans and get informed on how to vote by mail. Watch this informative session with David Voye, Divisison Director, Election Division, Allegheny County. Documents referenced can be found below.
We are grateful to our Greater Pittsburgh community partners for helping to guide the conversation and bring 162 people into a space of learning about VOTE!
A Virtual Program presented by Mt. Lebanon Public Library Rabbi Ron Symons and Melissa Hiller from the JCC’s Center for Loving Kindness guide a conversation around the story behind Chanukah’s festival of lights and the holiday’s customs and traditions. Their conversation also connects Chanukah to social justice values and standing up for neighbors. Rabbi Ron...
December 17 7-8 pm on Zoom A celebration of Pittsburgh’s diversity presented by JCC PGH Center for Loving Kindness, Christian Associates of Southwest PA, and the Frick Pittsburgh. A demonstration of holiday lighting rituals will be followed by a roundtable discussion, led by Rabbi Ron Symons and Rev. Liddy Barlow. Including Tracy Baton, Pittsburgh Mennonite...