Sometimes you may find yourself in a financial crisis as a result of some emergency or urgent situation. Maybe your budget is tight and something happens that has a cost that was unbudgeted. When this occurs, JFS can review your budget, expenditures and situation and, if you are eligible, provide limited financial assistance. This financial assistance, if available, is a stop-gap measure and not a long-term solution. Therefore, our financial assistance is not just monetary. Rather, it includes information and referral services to community organizations so that you can assist yourself and achieve financial stability.
Beth Abraham’s Rabbi Glazer introduces niggun circles By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer Rabbi Aubrey L. Glazer isn’t sure what will come out of the niggun circles he’s introducing to Beth Abraham Synagogue, and that’s what makes it exciting. “Once we get into the rhythm of this, there will The post Building a singing community appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]
A New York Times bestselling author/veterinarian and a National Jewish Book Award winning longtime NBC News Israel correspondent/bureau chief will raise the curtain on the JCC’s 2023-24 Cultural Arts & Book Series in October. Karen Fine opens the series Oct. 19 with a talk about her new memoir, The Other The post Lessons learned from people & pets kick off JCC’s annual Cultural Arts & Book Series appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]
By Rabbi Haviva Horvitz, Temple Beth Sholom, Middletown Give me a topic and ask me to write an article or teach a course, and I will have no trouble. I enjoy doing the research and will happily share what I have learned and add my own thoughts and opinions. However, The post How much should we depend on a tool that could become the master? appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]