Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic, the Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC, Weinberg Park Heights JCC, and the Downtown Baltimore JCC are temporarily closed. Please check back for updates, resources and new virtual program options. 

Shabbat candle lighting: 7:22pm

Virtual-J: Adult Enrichment

Our J buildings may be closed, but that should not bring our creativity to a halt. Our Arts & Culture team is putting together some exciting virtual music concerts, film screenings and discussions for online audiences, as well as classes, book groups and other virtual learning experiences. Stay tuned for more details!  

Make Your Own Hummus

Watch this how-to video with our Senior Director of Community Arts, Melissa Seltzer, whipping up a batch of lemon garlic hummus inspired by our Hummus: The Movie and Discussion Event on April 2. Share your favorite hummus recipes or links to your own how-to videos with us in the YouTube comments!  Learn more about the event

Rey'im Virtual Training

Tuesday, March 31 | 12:00pm
Wednesday, April 1 | 1:00pm
Thursday, April 2 | 12:00 noon

Rey'im is a program designed to train members of the Jewish community to serve as spiritual companions who can "walk with" friends as they navigate the normal hard times of life. In this historic moment of grand dislocation, we will be offering a free virtual training course for those who wish to gain basic skills that can help them become comfortable reaching out to family, friends and acquaintances, offering support, companionship, and a warm and comforting virtual presence during this unprecedented moment so we can assure emotional closeness during this time of physical distancing, with additional attention on the celebration of Passover amid virtual seders. These three sessions, one hour each day over three days, will be taught by Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin and Beth Gansky. 

For more information and how to participate, contact reyim36@gmail.com

Online Classes: Unpacking the Haggada

Enjoy this four-part online educational series led by Dr. Noam Weissman, SVP of Education at OpenDor Media. Sessions topics include The Origins of the Pesach Seder, The Haggada as a Multimedia Experience, Pesach and Resilience, and the Haggada’s Response to Anti-Semitism.  Watch the Series