Upcoming Events:

Sunday, March 5 – Purim Carnival – RSVP Here!

Sunday, April 2 – Family Concert – RSVP Here!

Past Events:

Thursday, December 22

Addiction and Recovery from a Jewish Perspective

Join us for a panel discussion featuring guest Rabbi Miriam Green Potok and Shreveport partner agency Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (CADA). 

Rabbi Miriam Green Potok has provided rabbinic counseling to alcoholics and addicts in early recovery at Beit T’Shuvah, a Jewish faith-based addiction rehab in Los Angeles. 

Other panel members include several local individuals with personal or professional recovery and/or treatment experiences from the Jewish community and from the community at large. 

Sunday, December 18

Community Hanukah party

Enjoy a dinner of Vegetarian Chili, Winter Salad, Green Beans, Cornbread, Latkes, and Dessert 
Games – Songs – Photo Booth – Door Prizes – Candle Lighting (BYOH – Bring Your Own Hanukkiah if you have one!)

 This is a free event for the community. 

Donations are welcome, either online or at the event

Magen Avraham Visitor
Thursday, November 3 – Saturday, November 5

The Federation has more than twenty years of history with Magen Avraham, a congregation in Omer, Israel. We will be welcoming Rabbi Yosef Baruch Fromer to Shreveport for a series of events.

Please join us for one or more opportunities to meet Rabbi Yos!

Thursday, November 3 – 6:00 p.m. B’nai Zion Parlor for dinner from Athena Greek & Lebanese Grill and conversation around the question “How connected should we be to Israel?” This will be relevant for all ages, including kids.

Saturday, November 5 – 10:00 a.m. Agudath Achim for Shabbat morning services. Rabbi Yos will be leading parts of the service, including reading from the Torah and giving a D’var Torah.

Saturday, November 5, 12:00 p.m. Agudath Achim social hall, Kiddush Luncheon

Saturday, November 5, 1:15 p.m. Agudath Achim library for this week’s “929: Age Old Text, New Perspectives”

Saturday, November 5, 7:30 p.m. B’nai Zion Parlor for dessert and Havdalah, and dialogue about “Where do we go from here?” Families welcome!