Ohev Shalom of Bucks County 2020 Virtual Open House

Ohev Shalom of Bucks County is excited to announce its Virtual Open House that will take place via Zoom on August 27, 2020 starting at 4:30 PM EDT. Despite the Coronavirus pandemic, the Ohev Shalom community has become vibrantly active online. Ohev Shalom’s clergy and leadership invite members of the public to learn what we are doing to engage the Jewish community in Bucks County by attending our Virtual Open House.

 

The Virtual Open House will begin with Ohev Shalom’s Education Director, Barbara Glickman, speaking out Ohev’s Hebrew School and Youth Program. You will have the opportunities to learn about our curriculum, meet our teachers, and learn about our specials. Following at 5:30 PM EDT, join Congregation President Diane Pevar and Membership Chair Kim Kushner for a member question and answer session. At 6 PM, mingle with our Men’s Club, and at 6:30 PM, hear highlights from our Sisterhood. Join us at 7 PM for an online Minyan with our Clergy. Immediately following Minyan, a panel of Ohev members, staff, and lay-leaders (including Interfaith Outreach, Inclusion, and Young Family) will be available to chat and answer any questions you might have.

 

We invite you to register at http://www.ohev.org where you can learn more about our Congregation and the exciting events we will hold for the remainder of 2020. If you have any questions, please email [email protected] or call 215-322-9595. The Zoom link will be emailed to you after registration.

Ohev Shalom August 27, 2020 Virtual Open House

Get to know Ohev Shalom of Bucks County from the convenience of your own home via Zoom on August 27, 2020 starting at 4:30 PM EDT. 

The Great Big Jewish Food Fest

The Great Big Jewish Food Fest is a 10-day virtual festival that celebrates the diversity and richness of Jewish cuisine. Featured presenters from the United States, Europe, and Israel will lead cooking workshops and demonstrations, one-on-one conversations and happy hours, discussions on the role of food in Jewish identity and community, and more. With home cooking on the rise in the wake of the pandemic the festival’s organizers sought to create a series of intimate, dynamic programs, all featured on Zoom, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter — and all free — that will connect the public with some of the food world’s greatest talents, while celebrating Jewish heritage and cuisine in the process.

The festival encourages participants to make donations to help support the food industry professionals and businesses who have been negatively impacted, and those who are food insecure, during these difficult times.