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  • Jewish Communities of Vermont: One Jewish Vermont

    Collaborating with the community to build a vibrant Jewish presence in Vermont.

  • Welcome

    JCVT is a non-denominational organization that seeks to strengthen existing Jewish organizations and to encourage new outlets for Jewish expression, affiliation, education, communication and practice for all Jewish Vermonters by encouraging connection, collaboration and innovation.

  • The PJ Library is in Vermont!

    Over 700 Jewish children have received a monthly gift of stories and songs since PJ Library came to Vermont in 2008. Learn more about PJ Library in Vermont.

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Jewish Communities of Vermont relies on the donations of Jewish Vermonters like you! Together we can build a Thriving Jewish Vermont. Make your secure donation today!


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Support JCVT

Jewish Communities of Vermont relies on the donations of Jewish Vermonters like you! Together we can build a Thriving Jewish Vermont. Make your secure donation today!


PJ Library in Vermont!

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Free Jewish books for Children!

Learn more about PJ Library in Vermont

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Hadassah Book Group
May 1st, 2017 7:30 PM
An Address in Amsterdam by Mary Dingee Fillmore and [2] Modern Girls by Jennifer S. Brown
 
Literature Lovers 
Upper Valley Jewish Community Sunday, May 21, 2017, 7:00pm
 The Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman
 
Jewish Community of Greater Stowe Book Panel 
On Sunday, May 7, at 4 p.m.
 Arts and Entertainment Committee will present the award winning journalist and author, Patricia Weiss Levy discussing her autobiographical novel, "The Adulterer's Daughter".
 
Book Club At Jewish Communities of Greater Stowe 
 Bring a bag lunch and we will serve drinks - not whiskey - and sweets. We will be discussing the book "Waking Lions" by Ayelet Goshen. Come even if you have not read the book as our discussions range far and wide and you will surely become a participant. 

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Vermont Rabbis, Cantors, and Spiritual Leaders

Take a look at our updates Organizations Tab to find information on Vermont Rabbis, Cantors and Spiritual Leaders. Each has provided us with information about his or her background with Judaism as well as current involvement. More Information


The amazing Nava Tehila Ensemble of Jerusalem!

 Sunday May 15 4-6 PM Followed by a Lag b'Omer Bonfire ZenBarn, 179 Guptil Rd., Waterbury, Vt.
Celebrate this holiday of gratitude with the Central Vermont Jewish community at an amazing concert experience with the Nava Tehila Ensemble from Jerusalem, Israel. Perfect for audiences of every age! Ticket sales support HIAS, helping refugees worldwide resettle with dignity for over 100 years   
TICKETS: $18 adults, $6 children (ages 6-18) Kids under 5 are free.  Additional donations to benefit HIAS welcome.

Holocaust Remembrance Exhibit

Exhibit runs through May 18 sponsored by JCOGS