2019-2020 Season



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Dates and programs subject to change.

Fellowship Friday

November 29, 2019


Join us for our annual morning of community service on the day after Thanksgiving. After a light breakfast hosted by Temple Emanu-El in Palm Beach, volunteers will head out to their choice of nonprofit venues to lend a hand.


2019 projects:

   Adopt-a-Family Program Reach

   Beach Clean-Up (site to be annouced)

   Big Dog Ranch Rescue

   Levine Residential Home

   The Lord's Place Halle Place


New, unwrapped toys and nonperishable food and toiletries will also be collected and donated to those in need.


Caroline Christu, Fellowship Friday Junior Committee

(other Junior Committee members: Parker Pressly, Aiden Conte, and Olivia Buhler-Lieberman)


In addition to the t-shirt, this season's participants will also receive a refillable water bottle.

Downloadable registration form below.

Fellowship Friday Info and Registration Form
FF 2019 Registration Form.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.5 MB

Pathways, Perspectives...and Pizza



Rabbi Howard Shapiro and Thomas G. O'Brien III return for another season of their popular series of lively discussions and explorations of provocative topics. Each session will start with a short video to jumpstart the conversation. Participants get to know each other while enjoying pizza from Amici Market.


January 23, 2020

Topic: "If sufferering is inherent in the human condition, what is the point of God?"


February 13, 2020

Topic: "Christianity is a religion of love, Judaism is a religion of law - isn't being good enough?"


March 26, 2020

Topic: "Are the 'Chosen People' still chosen, and how did they get that way anyhow?"


Free to members; $15 per session for non-members


(Save $10 - 3-session season pass $35)


Essay and Creative Arts Competition


The topic for the 2020 competition is inspired by the Edgar Guest poem, "It Couldn't Be Done." Open to all students in Palm Beach County public and private middle and high schools, categories include visual art, photography,  music, video, poetry, and essays. 


Cash prizes are awarded to the top entries. Teachers of winning students receive a small check for supplies. Awards will be presented at the Fellowship's Annual Meeting in May.

2020 Essay and Creative Arts Competition Guidelines and Entry Form
2020 student contest flyer.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 332.8 KB