At Home Resources

With this page, you can find live Group Exercise classes with our trainers, join us for fun activities with our J staff, learn a new craft, and more! Need up-to-the-minute updates on J closures, cancellations, and programming? Check out our Updates page here. Find our Quick Guide to using Zoom here.

Weekly Virtual Schedule

Friday, May 7th

Saturday, May 8th

Monday, May 10th

Tuesday, May 11th

Thursday, May 13th

Friday, May 14th

Saturday, May 15th





  • Join the J Cincy Community Facebook Group. We’ll discuss arts and culture, community efforts, and share tips and tricks!
  • 60 & Better Department Special Zoom Calls: Are you interested in programs over a Zoom video meeting from your smart phone or home computer? To join, please email Melissa These calls include: Active Minds, Friday Shabbat Blessings, Coffee Talks, Connecting with Chaverim Friends, and Book Discussions. Find days and times here.
  • BimBam uses digital storytelling to spark connections to Judaism for learners of all ages.
  • Hop on the phone for Mather Telephone Topics! All you have to do is dial in! See the March & April topics, times, and descriptions here.
  • Join the Jewish National Fund’s Zoom calls – they cover everything from baking challah to author and actor lectures!
  • Take a look at Council on Aging’s 17 things you can do to stay busy and engaged at home.
  • Stay entertained at home! Stream Broadway and Theatrical Performances.
  • Take a virtual tour of the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center Museum.
  • Stay active with this Seated Exercises video. (Password is CABYEX123)
  • Check out this catalog of chair, endurance, and strength workouts from Go4Life.
  • Get exercise and active tips from Sit and Be Fit, including exercises for the feet, sitting and standing training, and more!
  • Check out the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati’s Virtual Events Calendar here.
  • Our COVID-19 HOTLINE is now ready for use across our entire Jewish community. THIS ONE NUMBER gives callers access to: emergency food support, counseling, job services, home care for older adults, general information, and more. The hotline is being managed by Jewish Family Service and all information will be kept STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. While we may not be able to solve for every need in the community, we are deeply committed to doing our best. Please call us if you or a loved one has a need—great or small—or could simply benefit from a friendly conversation. Call 513-766-3333 or fill out the form here.





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  • Tune in to BBYO On Demand where teens can join in any time zone to take part in and watch global events.