Missing your favorite spots at the JCC? We've got you covered with virtual JCC backgrounds to use on your Zoom calls. See below for a tutorial on how to update your background, then click your favorite image to download.more»
During Purim, we celebrate Queen Esther and her courageous acts to unite the Jewish people against hatred. The holiday provides a timely reminder that we are stronger when working together. Here are a few ways around the JCC that you can make an impact in the spirit of Esther.more»
With a goal of fighting Anti-Semitism “with love and matzah,” 2 for Seder encourages Jewish people to invite two people of another faith to their first Passover Seder, giving guests an authentic Jewish experience from which to learn and build bridges.more»
Help us celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day by contributing to our Kindness Wall with an uplifting picture or message. Plus, download printable kindness-themed coloring sheets!more»
The last time LimmudFest assembled in New Orleans in 2018, nearly 400 people participated in the weekend festival of Big Tent Jewish learning, arts, culture and spirituality.more»
To celebrate Tu B’shvat, the “birthday” of trees, each nursery school classroom created a tree using loose parts.more»
Read about the 2020 Annual Meeting and recipients of the John N. Weinstock Memorial Leadership Award and the Maurice Feingerts Memorial Leadership Award.more»
As we reach the end of 2020, a year that has been filled with disruptions and uncertainty, we are glad to welcome a holiday about light and celebration. Chanukah is all about looking for beauty and celebrating life’s miracles. To honor that tradition, we’ve put together eight fun facts about the New Orleans JCC....
The Jewish community is partnering with Tulane Medical School students for a holiday food drive for CrescentCare, a New Orleans clinic that offers comprehensive health and wellness services to the community, advocates for empowerment, safeguards the rights and dignity of individuals, and provides for the public....