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Just Mercy

Join us on Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend for a special screening of the new film, "Just Mercy" (based on the book by Bryan Stevenson)

12:30pm on Saturday, January 18th at Cinemark Polaris
FEATURING: Welcome and introductory remarks by Rev. Dr. Jack Sullivan, Jr. Executive Director, Ohio Council of Churches Board member, Journey of Hope... From Violence to Healing Advisory Board, Death Penalty Action Immediate past board chairman, Ohioans to Stop Executions


Summer Job Opportunities with the JCC

The JCC has a few job openings in their Youth & Camping division.  Positions include Camp Ayre DirectorCamp Hoover Nurse, and Camp Hoover Director.  See job descriptions below.  To apply, click here.  For questions, contact Erika Eskenazi – JCC Camp Director 614.559.6279 or

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus Day Camp provides special needs children with a variety of experiences and activities to enhance their Jewish identity, create fun and adventure, develop an appreciation and understanding for the outdoors and develop each camper as an individual and as a member of a group.
To plan, direct and supervise Camp Arye programs and staff.

To be nurse for the camp; supervise health and cleanliness standards; work with camp director and staff; and help provide adequate physical health conditions for all.  This camp is an outdoor facility.

The JCC’s Camp Hoover is a unique outdoor setting for campers grades 4 through 8.  Complete with a waterfront, swimming pool, high ropes course, zip line, covered pavilion, sport court, community garden, outdoor sanctuary, and biking and hiking trails, 

MENTAL HEALTH RESILIENCE IN TEENSSunday, January 26 @Nationwide Children's Hospital   Stecker AuditoriumAnn Isaly Wolfe Education Building  -- 1 - 3 pm

Light refreshments will be provided

Free parking available in the Orange Parking Garage  located at 543 S. 18th Street

Please RSVP by January 22



Please join JewishColumbus

for an informative panel discussion with child mental health specialists.

Moderated by Nancy Cunningham, PsyD

Teens are experiencing not only the normal and inevitable challenges of adolescence, but confronting additional pressures that can cause stress and contribute to mental health issues. Child mental health specialists at NCH will share their understanding of these issues and how to support and build resilience in our teens.

Jewish Book Fair 

Birthday of the Trees

Sunday, February 9 -- 10 am-12 pm

Franklin Park Conservatory & Botanical Gardens 1777 E. Broad St., 43203

Free for kids up to age 12  $7 per adult  Conservatory members also free!

• Scavenger hunt  • Crafts  • PJ Library play  • And more!


Image is of a six pointed Jewish star with happy teens underneath

Shabbaton Postcard has list of funders

Mon, January 27 2020 1 Shevat 5780