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(401)j, a group of dynamic Jews ages 20s to mid-40s who are dedicated to building a thriving Jewish collaboration in the 401 area code, has announced the creation of a scholarship for Summer J-Camp … more
It has been six weeks since the fifth-graders at the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island returned from their milestone three days in the Teva – Shomrei Adamah overnight program. The … more
What’s the future of Judaism? Will Orthodoxy in its various forms continue to grow and eventually dominate?  Will the liberal movements (Conservative, Reconstructionist, Reform, … more
“Women Repair the World” was the theme of the International Lion of Judah Conference held Jan. 13-15, which celebrated women’s philanthropy. Ten women from the Jewish Alliance of … more
Rabbi James Rosenberg’s recent column (“The cost of denial,” January 2019) was wonderfully insightful about how an Israeli film, “The Flat,” pertains to us. He … more
SYDNEY (JTA) – Australian Jewish philanthropist Pauline Gandel received the country’s top honor, the Companion of the Order of Australia, which was given to her husband, John, in … more
Cranston Senior Guild’s next  meeting is Wednesday, March 6 at 1 p.m. at The Phyllis Siperstein Tamarisk Assisted Living Residences, 3 Shalom Drive, Warwick. After a short meeting,  … more
Rabbi Joe Murray has only been in Rhode Island since November 2017. He agreed to answer a few questions as part of Jewish Rhode Island’s ongoing effort to introduce community leaders. What … more
JTA – The end of every year brings the grim task of remembering the prominent Jews who passed away over the previous 12 months. But in doing so, we are able to pay tribute to their … more
As 2018 came to an end, the Jewish Federation Foundation of Greater Rhode Island saw an upswing in the number of donors interested in creating Donor Advised Funds. The use of DAFs remains a … more
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