Palm Beach County educators awarded the Fellowship's Herbert C. Lee Scholarships to attend the 2021 Facing History and Ourselves "Holocaust and Human Behavior" summer seminar. Click here for more!
We honor the memory of outstanding board members we have lost this past year, Vivienne Ivry and Joyce McLendon, and most recently, Brian P. Burns.
Their legacies will live on in the good work and support they provided to so many important causes through the years.
The Fellowship was founded in 1993 as a grassroots effort by a handful of caring Christians and Jews in the Town of Palm Beach, seeking to bring people of different faiths and cultures together in an effort to develop a better understanding and new appreciation of each other.
Our goal has been, and will continue to be, building bridges and opening doors to better communication and mutual respect. Despite the challenging times our country and community have been experiencing the past year, we continued to provide a season of meaningful programs virtually. As we prepare for a new season, we look forward to resuming "in person" gatherings again.
We invite you to explore the opportunities we offer for you, your friends, and family to participate in activities designed to help us all share common interests
and get to know our neighbors as individuals rather than stereotypes. We hope you will become part of our efforts as we strive to fulfill our mission together. We look forward to
John C. Randolph, Chairman
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NOTE: The Palm Beach Fellowship of Christians & Jews has NO affiliation with the International Fellowship of Christians & Jews, a Chicago-based fundraising organization with an Israel-related mission.
Palm Beach Fellowship
of Christians and Jews
Post Office Box 507
Palm Beach, Florida 33480
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The Palm Beach Fellowship of Christians & Jews is dedicated to promoting fellowship, understanding, and respect among all religions and cultures; bringing the community together through education, dialogue, and interaction; and addressing issues rooted in intolerance, anti-Semitism, and unjust discrimination.