The mission of the Center for Jewish Life
is to maximize involvement of Omaha's Jewish community
in imaginative, compelling and meaningful
JEWISH CONSPIRACY THEORIES
MAY 3, 10, AND 24 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
KRIPKE JEWISH FEDERATION LIBRARY
Join Rabbi Jonathan Gross as he guides you through the maze of a number of Jewish conspir
acy theories such as the ones presented in The Aleppo Codex.
happen to Judaism's most important book? The story begins in the year 939 and moves forward into the 21st Century.
In the telling of this and other tales "there is much to be learned about Jewish history," says Rabbi Gross.
(Trench coat and spy glass are encouraged, but not required for the class!)
The class fee is $27, reduced to $21 for those in good standing with the Annual Campaign of the Jewish Federation of Omaha. To register, contact Marck Kirchhoff at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (402) 334-3463. For more information, Click Here
SHULI and MOSHE DAYAN were here. Did you hear about the stunning performances by Shuli and Moshe in celebration of Yom Ha'Atzmaut? This entertainment duo is in the United States as part of the Partnership2Gether program and are performing in the P2G cities. They performed on April 16 in the JCC Theater and the next day at the Blumkin Home and the Friedel Jewish Academy. A CD of their music is available for purchase in the Kripke Jewish Federation Library. For more information, click here.
hebrew 102 class
thursdays, april 4 - may 9
6:00 - 7:15 pm
Kripke jewish federation library
Mor Sheinbein, Instructor
Open to all who have a solid foundation in the basics of Hebrew. It provides a great opportunity to advance abilities and to brush up on what you already know. Course fee is $53, discounted to $41 for those who are members in good standing with the Annual Campaign of the Jewish Federation of Omaha. More
It is too late to register now, but call if you are interested for next year's classes - either Hebrew 101 or Hebrew 102. Contact Mark Kirchhoff at email@example.com or (402) 334-6463
Center for Jewish Life Programs.
A number of programs and classes are sponsored directly through the administrative offices of CJL. These include adult education, teacher training, Special Needs education, the Jewish Film Festival, Jewish Book Month and more.
Passport to Israel
is a program available to families with children in Kindergarten through the 8th Grade for the purpose of saving funds for the child to make an educational trip to Israel. Families make annual contributions to a dedicated account which are matched by the Jewish Federation of Omaha and the local synagogue to which the family is affiliated. More.
provides quick links to Jewish educational and reference sources as well as current news sources. More
Kripke Jewish Federation Library.
The Kripke Jewish Federation Library houses one of the largest collections of Judaic material in the Midwest. The collection is over 40,000 volumes and includes books, film, music, journals and magazines. The library includes one of the largest collections of Russian material outside the East Coast. The library, which is open to the public and is free of charge, also offers special programming for adults and children. More
YES! There are Jews in Omaha! We are a thriving Jewish community and PJ Library is one way you can connect to all the community has to offer. In addition to your children receiving wonderful books each month, you'll be invited to a variety of programs throughout the year where you can meet other families with young children. Sign up today and tell your friends. PJ Library books will soon start arriving in your mailbox. More
Omaha Jewish Connections.
The Jewish community of Omaha has a deep and sincere interest in providing relevant, interesting and lasting Jewish educational and experiential activities for Jewish youth to help them connect with the community. OJC has evolved from a traditional format to one that is even more responsive to youth interests, commitments, and schedules. More
is a program of the Center for Jewish Life promoting people-to-people relationships between Israel and communities throughout the world. Omaha is one of 14 cities in the U.S. partnering with the city
of Akko and the Matte Asher region in northern Israel, sharing cultural, social, medical, educational and economic programs. More