Aleza Kulp recently had the opportunity to be part of a conversation Kitah Hey (5th grade) students were having about the middah (value) Sameach B’Chelkoh. That one should be happy with one’s portion in life.
The World Jewry Committee has teamed up with three authors who have written extensively about Jewish characters or shows/films largely centered around Jewish characters.
This Martin Luther King weekend Jenna Ferraro went on WJC Teens’ yearly service learning trip to Houston, Texas, which is still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.
We are happy to announce that Student Cantor Gil Ezring will help lead our traditional and contemporary Shabbat services during Cantor Goldberg’s absence.
Check out PJ Library Radio, the new, free streaming service offering the best Jewish children's music.
WJC is partnering again for the second year in a row with The Daffodil Project for this important initiative.
Westchester Jewish Center recently welcomed Adam Bender to the position of Teen Engagement Director.
David Goldstein succeeds Susan Lurie who is retiring and moving out of state after 17 years of extraordinary service to the WJC community.