Shalom al Lechem, meaning “greetings over bread”, is one of Jerusalem Village’s programs in which young Israelis around Jerusalem host Shabbat dinners for other young Israelis and olim in their private homes. A sabra and an immigrant host the meals jointly, each invites a small group of friends. JV provides the caterer, the portable kosher kitchen, and the…

Mor Naveh: A lover of French art; a woman who believes she has the responsibility to correct wrongdoings in the world; and a teacher whose philosophy is that the student’s only responsibility in the classroom is to enjoy. I sat down with Mor in her Jerusalem home to find out more about what drove her to sign up…

Rachel Koenigson wears scarfs year-round and she also wears many hats—at least the occupational type. She is a personal trainer, acupuncturist, massage therapist, and even a teacher of massage. Rachel will be leading a workshop for Jerusalem Village on February 15th with her colleague Saray. They will share their unique (and much needed!) passions at…

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Programs are sponsored for young adults ages 22-35.
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