Skip Navigation

Fellowship Bridge Blog

A Haunting Question from Auschwitz

Visiting Auschwitz death camp, where so many Jews were murdered during the Holocaust, Rabbi Eckstein asks if we can do more to help save the lives of those who survived so much pain and evil.

Watch Now

Lokshen Kugel

Let’s Make Lokshen Kugel!

Lokshen Kugel means “noodle pudding” in Yiddish. It originated in Eastern Europe where the Jewish community spoke that language. This item falls into the category of “grandma's dishes.”

Read More


Faces of The Fellowship: Yudit

Yudit speaks six languages – Polish, German, Russian, Ukrainian, Yiddish, and Hebrew. But when I asked her for her age, she didn’t respond in any of them. She simply smiled, and eventually replied, “I’m a Holocaust survivor, so I’m not exactly young."

Read More


Watch the Latest on Israel

View exclusive new video programs on our free app!

Download the App

Recent Articles

Project Spotlight: Dental Care for the Elderly

Read Now


Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Subscribe to New Blog Posts