The Jewish Family and Children’s Service celebrated their 160th birthday at the Please Touch Museum in Fairmount Park.
BALA CYNWYD >> A long-vacant commercial building on Montgomery Avenue in Bala Cynwyd will soon have a new life as a community and family services center.
Rainbow flags filled the streets as Pride Week, a seven-day celebration of all things lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning and asexual/ally, officially kicked off June 14 with the 27th annual Philly Pride parade.
More than 150 Holocaust survivors attended a special Café Europa event this week, held in recognition of the Day of Liberation.
Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Greater Philadelphia is expanding to the Main Line as part of a long-term initiative.
Members of Philadelphia’s Jewish LGBTQ community came together for a Passover seder hosted by J.Proud at the William Way Community Center.
Holocaust survivors get together at a pre Passover Seder. More than 50 survivors were on hand at Adath Israel Synagogue in Bala Cynwyd.
Jill Horner speaks with Paula Goldstein, President and CEO of Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia, about the organization’s 160th anniversary.
More than 120 community members gathered at Congregation Adath Jeshurun in Elkins Park…
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