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German Restitution to Victims of Nazism

In 1952, there were riots in the streets of Jerusalem. They had nothing to do with the Arab-Israeli conflict. Provoked by Menachem Begin, these riots broke out after a demonstration over whether Israel should accept reparations from Germany.

Learn about the history of Germany restitution to the victims of Nazism by clicking “Nutshell Excerpts.”

 Nutshell Excerpts

KinderBat: A Special Service for Children Aged 3-7

Children between the ages of 3 and 7, along with their families, are invited to join Hebrew School teacher Rachel Moran for singing, dancing, storytelling, and interactive prayer. This 45-minute service will begin at 11 AM on the following Saturdays: November 5, February 11, and a third date TBA.

Adult Education for 2016-2017

Be sure to check out our new and exciting line-up of educational offrings in the 2016-2017 SHS Adult Education Brochure! Copies are available in the upper and lower lobbies, or you can click here for the pdf of the brochure. Please note the Yiddish Class has been canceled.

Lunch & Learn with Award-Winning Foreign Affairs Columnist Trudy Rubin

The re-scheduled date is December 3. Our Lunch & Learn scheduled for November 12 will be rescheduled to December 3. We will welcome award-winning international reporter Trudy Rubin, author of Worldview column that is featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer on Thursdays and Sundays. Over the past decade, Ms. Rubin has traveled to Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Egypt, Turkey, Israel, Syria, Tunisia, Lebanon, Iran, Russia, Ukraine, South Korea, and China. Author of Willful Blindness: The Bush Administration and Iraq, Ms. Rubin was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in commentary, a recipient of the Edward Weintal prize for international reporting, and winner of the Arthur Ross award for international commentary. She will discuss the election results and how the Middle East quagmire could be affected. What are the Middle East challenges that the new president will face? What strategies will we see implemented as a result of the President-Elect's approach to foreign policy in the Middle East? Don't miss what is sure to be a lively and interesting discussion!

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Society Hill Synagogue Celebrates Interfaith Family Month-Learn, Eat, Schmooze

In honor and support of Interfaith couples and families, please join us on November 25th for our Kabbalat Shabbat Learning Service at 6:15 PM followed by Shabbat Dinner. Rabbi Winokur will enhance understanding of the Shabbat service for people of other faiths, backgrounds and cultures and as well as those who are Jewish. SHS is located at 418 Spruce Street. 

My first experience at SHS was attending Rabbi Winokur's Learning Service as part of an Interfaith program. Married to Bill, a practicing Catholic, and having grown up Jewish but without any religious education or synagogue exposure, I was delighted, felt comfortable and was welcomed at SHS. This served as a great introduction for Bill as well, who has come to really enjoy the SHS community. 

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We look forward to learning of the interests and needs of our Interfaith members so that we can develop programs and connections to support and enrich their SHS experience. 

Young Families Group

Society Hill Synagogue welcomes all children to our congregation and delights in the energy and enthusiasm they bring! In the hectic rush of caring for young children during High Holy Day and regular services, we want families to feel that SHS is a warm and inviting place to reflect and find support. Join the Young Families Group for our new program, Friday Nights with Young Families, a lay-led celebration of Shabbat for the wigglers and babblers in our community! Geared for children from birth through Pre-K, this service will be filled with singing and dancing, after which we will join together for our very own Kiddush and potluck dinner. Please bring a dairy dish to share. This program will occur on (Fridays): December 2, February 3, March 3, May 5, and June 2, from 5:30 until 6:15 PM (interested families can also stay and attend the 6:15 PM Kabbalat Service in the main Sanctuary). Led by a professional educator with many years of experience in Jewish youth programming, this service will help children and their families learn songs, prayers, and rituals that can provide a foundation for Jewish life in the home and synagogue. Please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  if your family plans to attend on any of the above service dates.