6th–12th Grade Ski Trip: The Grand Geneva, Lake Geneva Wisconsin
January 15, 2017
Register by Thursday, January 12
Busses will leave JRC promptly at 12:30pm and return to JRC at 9:00pm. (It's Martin Luther King weekend, so no school on Monday)
JRC 5th graders will raise money for tzedakah with this fun bakesale during Religious School.
Join with JRC Religious School parents and other members for a Jewish cooking lesson! This meeting we will make an Israeli Falafel Feast.
Join with JRC Religious School parents and other members for a holiday-themed cooking lesson and discussion of religious texts! This meeting will be focusing on Purim and of course the ever-popular hat-shaped cookie, Hamantachen!
The JRC Religious School Committee invites ALL interested JRC members to help make latkes for our Religious School kids and teachers on Sunday, December 18th.
Volunteers will meet in the JRC kitchen at 9:00am to grate, process and fry potato pancakes and serve them (with sour cream, jam and apple sauce, of course!) to both early and late session.
Each month, JRC's high school students gather for an informal program with pizza and conversation on a variety of weighty topics from a Jewish perspective. This week, Alex Rubin leads Leadership 101. Alex is a participant in both the Cornerstone Project for Jewish Camps and the Nachshon Project in Israel, two highly regarded leadership programs for Jewish young adults.
This unique program offers our 9th-12th graders a wonderful opportunity to meet regularly in a low-key setting.
It may be dark and wintry, but we can still eat ice cream! 6th grade families are invited to light the Havdalah candle and savor the sweetness of Shabbat with some ice cream.
Each month, JRC's high school students gather for an informal evening of pizza and conversation on a variety of weighty topics from a Jewish perspective. Most months include guest presenters including social activists, artists, community organizers and other dynamic individuals. This unique program offers our 9th-12th graders a wonderful opportunity to meet regularly in a low-key setting.
Join our Religious School families, Shabbat Minyan members and other JRC members for a warm, lively, spiritual worship service led by Rabbi Weiss and Cantor Friedland. The service is followed by a potluck kiddish. Please Bring a dairy/vegetarian and nut-free dish to share. We look forward to having you join us!