2018-2019 Season

Fellowship Friday

November 23, 2017


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


Sites for the 2018 event include:

   Adopt-a-Family Program Reach

   Beach Cleanup

   Big Dog Ranch Rescue

   Levine Jewish Residential & Famly Service


For more information, see below for downloadable registration brochure.


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


At left: Caroline Christu models the new 2018 t-shirt!


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


Click here to see photos from the 2017 Fellowship Friday!


2018 Fellowship Friday Registration Brochure
Fellowship Friday mailer 2018.pdf
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Pathways, Perspectives...and Pizza

Exploring Points of View in a Troubled World

Facilitated by Tom O'Brien and Rabbi Howard Shapiro, this series has been expanded to four programs for its second season. The series encourages participants to explore and discuss timely topics in an open, interactive setting, using award-winning films as a jumping off point. Pizza and beverages are served and participants sit at round tables to encourage interaction.


5:30-7:00 pm (doors open at 5:15 pm)

Fellowship Hall at Royal Poinciana Chapel, 60 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach


This program is a membership benefit with free admission to Fellowship members; $10 per session for non-members. RSVPs kindly requested: 561-833-6150

January 24, 2019


Israelis, Palestinians, and the Settlements

February 21, 2019


Reclaiming and Reinventing Religion

March 21, 2019


Race and White Privilege

April 4, 2019


Holocaust Deniers

Essay and Creative Arts Competition


The topic for the 2019 competition is HOPE. Open to all students in Palm Beach County public and private middle and high schools, categories include visual art, photography, sculpture music, video, poetry, and essays. 


Cash prizes are awarded to the top entries, along with gift cards for supplies for teachers of winning students.See below for a downloadable entry form with complete info and guidelines.


The topic for the 2018 competition was "The Road Not Taken," inspired by the Robert Frost poem of the same name. Click here to see and read the 2018 winning entries.

2019 Essay and Creative Arts Competition Guidelines and Entry Form
2019 student contest flyer.pdf
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