Community Connections Art Exhibit

Heidi Gallery at JSDD 310 Eisenhower Pkwy, Livingston

Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest is marking 100 years of building and caring for our vibrant and diverse Jewish community. Community artists have submitted creative works on the theme of Community […]

Synagogue Leadership Seminar

Zoom

Endowment Funds: Ensuring the Future of Your Synagogue   Endowment Funds are established by donors to support a specific purpose for years to come.  In this seminar, Howard Rabner, Chief Financial […]

Security Townhall Webinar

Zoom

This informational webinar is to inform institutions about varying topics related to security and the upcoming Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) announcement. Topics will include: Suspicious Activity Reporting by New […]

New Jersey Jewish Film Festival: Irena’s Vow

This thrilling drama tells the heroic true story of 19-year-old Irena Gut (portrayed by Sophie Nélisse, of the hit series Yellowjackets), a Polish nursing student who is conscripted to work as a housekeeper for a Nazi officer. Shocked by the Nazi’s brutality against her Jewish neighbors, Irena decides to shelter 12 Jewish workers in the safest place she can find: the cellar of the Nazi officer’s villa. Irena uses her wit and courage to hide her friends for the next two years, persevering through countless Nazi parties, a blackmail scheme, and an unexpected pregnancy, until the chaotic end of the war creates new threats to their lives.

New Jersey Jewish Film Festival: Love Gets a Room

Stefcia, a Jewish actress with a theater company in the Warsaw Ghetto, must make several major life decisions, including whether to escape, in the midst of a stage performance. This drama features an international cast and crew and incorporates the book and lyrics of Jerzy Jurandot’s musical Love Gets a Room, which was performed inside the Warsaw Ghetto. Moving nimbly between the stage, the theater corridors, and the bleak ghetto outside, Love Gets a Room balances life-and-death struggle with the art we create to survive and transcend it.

Diller Teen Fellows Virtual Open House

Zoom

Come learn about the Diller Teen Fellows program from current fellows/recent alumni! This is for rising Sophomores and Juniors in high school. Please register below for Zoom link to join […]

New Jersey Jewish Film Festival: Caregiver & Baby-Friendly Screening: Stay with Us (encore)

Come see an NJJFF film in an environment friendly to babies and their parents/caregivers. The lights will be dimmed instead of off, the volume will be lower than usual, and guests are free to move around. Baby noise is expected and nursing is welcomed. No charge for children and no worries!

New Jersey Jewish Film Festival: The Three of Us

Filmmaker Henya Brodbeker documents her and her husband’s struggle to provide an education and social connections for Ari, their autistic son. When the Haredi Orthodox schools in Bnei-Brak refuse to accept their son, Henya and Arale begin questioning their faith and the choices imposed upon them by their community. Their journey for integration and acceptance takes them into secular Israel, where they discover new challenges – and, possibly, solutions – for their family. Brodbeker’s camera captures the religious and cultural transformation of a family looking for their place in the world.

New Jersey Jewish Film Festival: Delegation

Stefcia, a Jewish actress with a theater company in the Warsaw Ghetto, must make several major life decisions, including whether to escape, in the midst of a stage performance. This drama features an international cast and crew and incorporates the book and lyrics of Jerzy Jurandot’s musical Love Gets a Room, which was performed inside the Warsaw Ghetto. Moving nimbly between the stage, the theater corridors, and the bleak ghetto outside, Love Gets a Room balances life-and-death struggle with the art we create to survive and transcend it.

Inclusive Employment Breakfast

Livingston, NJ

Business leaders + hiring people with DISABILITIES = SUCCESS Are you looking for skilled, enthusiastic, and dedicated employees? We know you are! Join Federation’s Greater MetroWest ABLE, Business & Professionals […]

Community Connections Art Exhibit Closing Event

Jewish Service for the Developmentally Disabled (JSDD) 310 Eisenhower Pkwy, Livingston, NJ

Please join us as we close out our Community Connnections Art Exhibit! Tour the exhibit one last time and visit with the presenting artists.

Free