Happy Passover from the J! Learn about the story of Passover, how we celebrate, and some fun and delicious SJCC events for the holiday.
On March 15, 2020, the SJCC closed in response to COVID-19. To mark this odd and unexpected milestone, the SJCC is reflecting back at what the past year has been for our community and our hopes for the year(s) to come.
Let's celebrate Purim! Purim, which literally means “lots,” has become a thankful and joyous celebration of Jewish survival. Now we celebrate with costumes, parties, music, and of course the HAMANtaschen cookie! Let's celebrate together...
February is Black History Month and provides an opportunity to honor historic leaders, celebrate Black History and Culture, and raise awareness. Check out these resources on the history of Black History Month and ways to celebrate.
Often called the "Jewish Earth Day," Tu Bishvat has become a time to connect traditional Jewish values of taking care of the Earth with today's environmental values. Learn more on how to celebrate, including this year's Big Bold Jewish Climate Fest.
Need a change of scenery from your home office? Beginning Oct. 26, come work at the J Café! We're offering four two-hour work sessions every weekday for J members.
The J community came together in new ways to celebrate the High Holidays in 2020, here are some snap shots from us "gathering" in all new ways as we welcomed the new year.
Smiles returned to the J this summer! Washington's Safe Start plan allowed the J to start opening back up to our community this June and we were so happy to see our community back at the J.
Stroum Jewish Community Center launches new community engagement program, Mitzvah Corps, with focus on food insecurity for the Fall of 2020.
There have been a lot of smiles at the J these past several months and we can't wait for more as we head into September. Check out a video of these summer smiles!