Jewish Life Cycle
The Jewish Life Cycle
Family, growth, love, illness, and loss are all parts of the human experience.
Jewish tradition is filled with rich traditions and ceremonies around pregnancy, adoption, birth, naming babies, education and coming of age, love, and loss, each of which marks a unique moment in our lives. JCP is here to support you on your life journey.
If you’re preparing to welcome a new baby into your family, beginning to think about bar or bat mitzvah for your child, or want to talk more about Jewish rituals around weddings, divorce, and death & mourning, please email Rabbi Jason Klein.
Recently Separated or Divorced? G-PAC at the JCC of Manhattan
G-PAC has been set up by the Jewish Board of Family Services and runs out of the JCC of Manhattan. G-PACs over 250 members are all divorced people living in the New York area – many of them with children, meet regularly throughout the year for networking and support opportunities.
For more information, please call Susan Rosenthall at JBFCS: 212-339-2685 x 219 or email@example.com.
Please let us know at JCP how we can support you in your life-cycle journey.