Bubbie’s STEM Kitchen

N.E. Miles Jewish Day School 4000 Montclair Road, Birmingham

PJ Library & NEMJDS preschool event for ages 3-5yrs Cooking and science through a Jewish lens with stories and music sprinkled on top.

Magic City Mensches: Anti-semitism and Jewish Pride

Temple Emanu-El 2100 Highland Ave, Birmingham, AL

This is a collaborative, hands-on learning program between Temple Beth El, Temple Emanu-El, and the Birmingham Jewish Foundation's Young Jewish Philanthropy, for grades 3-7. Topics this year include: Oct 16: Meaning of a Mensch Nov 20: Hunger and Homelessness, partnership with Food for the Journey Dec 3: Antisemitism and Jewish Pride Feb 5: Civil Rights […]

“How To” with Rabbi Henkin

Temple Beth-El 2179 Highland Avenue, Birmingham, AL

Join Rabbi Henkin for our first "How To" session, focused on how to do an aliyah and lift the Torah. We'll have light snacks available! RSVP to Margaret at mnorman@templebeth-el.net so we know to expect you! This is the first session in an ongoing initiative for 2022-2023 focused on bringing skill-building sessions to Temple Beth […]

BJF Young Leadership Program Session 8

CARES Building 3794 Crosshaven Drive, Birmingham, AL

6:00 PM Dinner There are people who hear, but don’t really hear;they hear something, but they only hear the words,they don’t hear the ‘voice’ behind the words. Those who lead others must understand that the essence of good communication is active and deep listening. Lauren Schwartz,the Executive Director of Collat Jewish Family Services, will facilitate […]

My Jewish Year Book + Holiday Club

Temple Beth-El 2179 Highland Avenue, Birmingham, AL

Are you looking to engage with the Jewish holidays in new and creative ways? Are you interested in developing a deeper understanding of the Jewish calendar? Would you like a group of people to learn, observe, and celebrate with for this coming year? Are you busy, but would still love to be in a book […]

Why? Of Course! (The Jewish course of why)

Levite Jewish Community Center 3960 Monteclair Road, Birmingham, Alabama

Are you prepared to tackle the quizzical, queer, and seemingly-unanswerable questions about Jewish belief and practice? Then signup today for The Jewish Course of Why. The course is open to all - Jewish and non-Jewish - and meets conveniently before Maj in the senior lounge. "The topics of this course span a diverse range, from […]