Congregation Gesher L’Torah | Facebook Live Shabbat Services | Friday at 7 pm | Saturday at 9:30 am
Congregation Beth Shalom | Friday night Shabbat Service here| Shabbat morning services here | Havdalah family service here | Weekly Torah Study Class | Thursdays at 11:30 am. Regular scheduled services here
Temple Emanu-El here
Shearith Israel here
Ahavath Achim Synagogue live services here.
Congregation Or Hadash here
The Temple here
Temple Sinai Atlanta here
National livestream services here
Intown Jewish Academy:
Every day, 12 pm | Daily Power Parsha Live | A Quick Daily Dose of Torah Inspiration | Join by Zoom here.
Sundays, 9:30 am | Discuss, explore, and journey through the world of Jewish mystical teaching and learn how to apply these profound teachings to your daily life. Join by Zoom here.
Mondays, 7:30 pm | Original Chasidic Discourse on the Soul of Passover | Join by Zoom here.
Tuesdays, 8 pm | Talmud Tuesday Live | Study Tractate Pesachim About the Holiday of Passover | Join by Zoom here.
Wednesdays, 7:30 pm | Torah Studies Live | Deep Torah Analysis | Join by Zoom here.
Thursdays, 8 pm | Cookin’ with Rabbi Ari Live | Shabbat and Holiday Recipes | Join by Zoom here.
Limmud North America | eFestival | May 24 | Limmud eFestival features the most interesting, inspiring and important Jewish ideas today. Connect with Jewish community, cultivate your curiosity and expand your horizons, all from the comfort of your home. Register here.
National Gatherings for Livestreaming, Torah Study, Tot Shabbat, and more!
Atlanta Jewish Film Festival
AJFF In Conversation: The Podcast
Bi-Weekly | Online
In this bi-weekly podcast series, the voices of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival engage listeners in an entertaining, illuminating and stimulating discussion around a variety of themes and topics rooted in Jewish cinema. Hosted by AJFF’s Sara Glassberg and Brad Pilcher, each episode will feature a special guest, and showcase exemplary films, from past AJFF favorites, to hidden gems, new releases and classics. Listen and subscribe here.
AJFF In Conversation: The Webinar
Monthly | Online
In this monthly webinar series, take a deep dive into a spotlight work of Jewish cinema, and come face-to-face with filmmakers, actors, journalists, academics and industry leaders in a virtual post-film Q&A discussion. Audiences are invited to view the selected film via on demand streaming service or other platform, and then join the webinar for an in-depth talkback with film artists and other experts. The next scheduled webinar is June 25. Learn more here.
Every Tuesday | Online
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s 20th anniversary season continues online with an interactive film contest. We invite you, our loyal audience, to cast a vote for your favorite films from our festival vault, and help determine which will claim the title of “2020 AJFF Playback Winner” in the categories of short, documentary, and narrative. Learn more here.
TWO CITIES, ONE STORY: Rabbi Jacob Rothschild
Friday, June 12 | 10 AM | Zoom
The Breman Museum along with the Southern Jewish Historical Society, Savannah Jewish Federation, and the Savannah Jewish Educational Alliance are presenting a series of four Zoom history talks this summer starting on June 12. This speaker series will have presentations on June 26, July 10, and July 24, all at 10 AM. Learn more here and register here.
Starting July 10th The Breman Museum presents free online art workshops where participants work with artists to create puppets, sculptures, and projects that celebrate our earth. Pre-registration is required at TheBreman.org. Attendance is limited. RSVP early to attend.
MJCCA is committed to staying together as a community during this time. The following activities have been shifted to virtual gatherings:
MJCCA Day Camps: Please visit the MJCCA Day Camps Facebook page for daily fun activities, live events, exercises for your mind and body, and competitions for your children to participate in to win awesome prizes (including a chance to win a FREE week of camp)! Rabbi G will also be leading Camp Shabbat Fridays at 2:00 pm on the MJCCA Day Camps Facebook page.
MJCCA Book Festival: Click here to view MJCCA’s upcoming Book Festival virtual events!
MJCCA Athletics: The MJCCA Athletics program encourages kids to stay active at home while school is out for an extended period of time. Action for Healthy Kids, a nonprofit organization that promotes a focus on health, fitness, and wellness in schools, has provided some amazing resources to keep kids happy, engaged, and focused on their overall health while at home. Click here for activities to do at home and here for MJCCA’s Game On Activity Library.
MJCCA BBYO: Tune into BBYO On Demand, a brand-new virtual experience for teens worldwide. Enjoy amazing programming and global events! Some of the sessions will even be led by our very own Greater Atlanta Region BBYO members!
MJCCA Blonder Department for Special Needs: Please stay tuned to the Blonder Family Department for Special Needs Facebook group for daily activities, chats, workouts, and more!
MJCCA Aquatics: Swim Skills Guide
MJCCA Outreach: Rabbi G will be leading Acoustic Shabbat Live on Fridays at 6:30 pm on the MJCCA Community Outreach Facebook page.
In the City Camps
June 1 – July 3 | Mondays – Fridays | 9:30 am-12 pm | Virtual | While we may not be together physically, In the City Camps’ goal remains the same – to connect our community through Jewish values and choice-based activities, strengthening decision-making skills and building self-confidence! Campers will experience just that through our virtual summer camp. Plus, they have passionate and caring counselors, talented specialists to lead a myriad of activities, an inclusive attitude, and dedication to our campers to make this an amazing summer! There are three tracks available to children in Kindergarten through 8th grade. Learn more here.
Path by Plywood
July 9 – September 3 | Online Course
Great ideas are born during times like this! Do you have an idea, or the makings of an idea? Dive into it with this 9-week online course designed to help problem solvers decide which direction to take with their idea. You will be asked the hard questions and will be introduced to a community of support. Learn more and register here.
Hazon | The Jewish Lab for Sustainability
July 4 | 2020 Vision Rides
This summer, be part of a movement for change – and get in shape, build community, and have fun while doing so. Together, even while we’re apart. Register solo or join a team, track your distance in/outdoors, when/where/how/with whomever you’d like, share with your network to sponsor your miles, and celebrate our achievements on Labor Day weekend with a huge virtual festival. You can start a team from any institution in Atlanta and 30% of the proceeds you raise will go to the institution for work on greening and sustainability; and if you join the Hazon Seal of Sustainability, that goes to 50%. There is no fundraising or distance minimum to join. Every dollar and every mile counts. Register here.
July 5 – 11 | Virtual Camp Isabella Freedman | Online Jewish Summer Camp for Adults
There is a lot going on in the world right now and some things are making it more difficult to connect. Hazon is happy to announce that they are running a virtual Camp Isabella Freedman this year so that everyone in our community can spend some much needed time with their friends and family. Learn more and register here.
July 6 – 26 | Adamah at Home | Three-week program to build food skills, ecological connection, and Jewish community.
This summer, as people stay at home and social distance, Adamah is offering a virtual program. Adamah at Home will continue to grow the earth-based Jewish community we have been cultivating for seventeen years. The miracle of the internet will allow us to creatively continue the Adamah conversation, adapt some of the embodied and experiential elements of our programming to this current moment, and open up to a wider audience than we’ve ever been able to reach before. This program is open to people 18+ who can commit to 12-15 hours a week. Applications are due July 1, or until 25 spots are filled. Learn more and register here.
Families First Virtual Interfaith Unity Breakfast
Thursday, July 23 | 8-8:45 am EDT | Online Event
Join Families First for Atlanta’s first-ever virtual unity breakfast. Interfaith and inclusive, we offer unity and uplift in a time of great change. All funds raised benefit the Families First Family Recovery Fund, to help mitigate the effects of COVID-19 and social injustice for our families. Learn more and register here.
Virtual Partnerhsip Village | Join P2G Yokneam Megido – Atlanta/St. Louis for activities and sessions each week! You can learn more here.
Jewish National Fund | With everything going on in the world, the U.S., and Israel, always remember that you’re a cherished member of the Jewish National Fund‑USA family — and families unite when times get rough. More than ever before, it’s important that we feel connected, engaged, and yes — even inspired. Across the country, we have been working tirelessly to create engaging and meaningful experiences for you — to connect you with the land and people of Israel, even during this time of social distancing. Click here for updates as new content will be added regularly.
The Breman Museum | Field Trip Fridays | The initiative includes ongoing social media and website posts of unique content from 11 organizations, culminating each week with a special “Field Trip Friday” event. The first event begins at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 3. A variety of activities and experiences allows audiences to take a virtual field trip or enjoy a virtual spring break around the city from home. Because many plans were canceled or rescheduled because of COVID-19, this programming still allows all communities to participate in meaningful and fun digital experiences together. Here are the following participating Atlanta attractions: Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta History Center, Breman Museum, Children’s Museum of Atlanta, College Football Hall of Fame, Fernbank Museum, 3D Theater and Forest, Georgia Aquarium, High Museum of Art, Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Zoo Atlanta.