THE CENTER FOR JEWISH PEOPLEHOOD
Live, learn, experience and engage! The Center for Jewish Peoplehood presents fun and enriching Jewish programming for people of all ages, beliefs and interests. Explore Jewish values and traditions. Examine the world - and the issues we face - through a Jewish lens. Celebrate holidays with your family or come meet a great author. Our programs are open to all.
PODCASTS OF PAST PROGRAMS
The "Jewish Thought Leaders" podcast series features talks that we presented at the Center for Jewish Peoplehood at the Osher Marin Jewish Community Center. Each presentation, which you can download and listen to for free, is introduced by Joanne Greene, Director of our Center for Jewish Peoplehood. email@example.com
To subscribe to "Jewish Thought Leaders" podcasts by e-mail, click here.
To see and download past episodes, click here!
HIGHLIGHTS OF PAST EVENTS
|Watch highlights from our 1st annual Israel in Marin Festival—and save the date for next year’s on May 4, 2014!||
See a clip from a class in our "Cooking Jewish" series: "Baking & Braiding Challah with Chana Scop."
Sukkot Harvest Festival 2012
Israel in Marin 2012
INVEST IN JEWISH PEOPLEHOOD
Registration fees do not cover the costs of our programs. Your tax-deductible gift to the Center for Jewish Peoplehood is an investment which helps offer these vibrant programs, keep affordable tuitions and fees, and create connections among participants.
To help us sustain and build our Jewish programming, click here.
The Osher Marin JCC is proud to be a part of the Initiative on Jewish Peoplehood, co-funded by the Koret Foundation and the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life and Culture.
Through this initiative, we present programs and celebrations that bring community together, travel and education programs that build connections to Israel and the heritage of the Diaspora communities, innovative classes and participatory experiences that elevate Jewish literacy and invigorate Jewish practice. The Osher Marin JCC believes that the ongoing vitality of the Jewish people lies in the richness of its communal life, the vibrancy and diversity of its cultural and spiritual expression, and the shared experiences that inspire a sense of connectedness to Jewish everywhere and in every generation.