Thanking all Volunteers: Final push December 9


Talking about moving and actually getting down to the nitty gritty of doing it are two totally  different things! Thanks to a call for help from IJC Moving Committee chair George Perlov, IJC members came in numbers to help out.  Seeing so many people roll up their sleeves over two Saturday afternoons was positive, heartening and inspiring!


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Reflections on a Wedding

Last September Stefano and I celebrated our wedding in the IJC with a kiddush and very emotional speeches from our dear friends and IJC family. This celebration was to share the special moments we had this summer - our wedding!


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Calling all Dutch-speaking Brussels youngsters


Are you open to a challenging experience? Are you interested in dialogue and tough debate? Axcent has been organizing activities in Brussels for years and now they have a new project for this fall: a group trip for a week, all expenses paid, to Auschwitz /Birkenau and Cracow.

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Announcing Beutel Leadership Seminar

 The WUPJ Center for Leadership Development and Education invites you to join the Beutel Leadership Seminar, February 15-25, 2018 in Jerusalem.This annual seminar develops leadership skills, communication skills, Hebrew language skills, cultural diversity training and programmatic skills. It enables participants to increase their knowledge about Israel as a Jewish state and its connection to Jewish history and Judaism.  


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Your favorite Jewish children's book - the PJ Library


We are excited to announce that PJ Library is giving us the opportunity to expand to Belgium for the first time. This is a wonderful US-based program that mails Jewish books and music to families with children from 6 months to 8 years every month.


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EUPJ opens EU Office


The European Union for Progressive Judaism (EUPJ) is delighted to announce that it has opened a European Union Office (EUO).The office has been established in Brussels and is located at the building housing both Beth Hillel and the IJC, our EUPJ affiliate congregations in Brussels. 


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Lecture Series: Dancing with the Enemy



Paul Glaser chanced upon a family secret and the hidden life of his Aunt Rosie by accident. Intrigued, he set out to discover more. It took many years to assemble the pieces but gradually a fascinating picture emerged.


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