Project Community Proudly Launches Visionary Interfaith Youth Programs

Project Community, a non-denominational Pelham-based charitable organization, is dedicated to assisting teens and young adults with successful programs and intervention that deal with crucial issues such as self-awareness and anxiety. These are the two topics of its unique upcoming seminars as part of a pilot program that invites Juniors and Seniors from the interfaith community to participate. Spearheading this interfaith initiative is Project Community’s new Board Member Jennifer Jerabek, who says, “We feel that this is a wonderful opportunity for leadership skill-building and understanding of these two crucial and significant issues facing our youth today: Self Awareness and Anxiety. Now more than ever, our kids need tools that can successfully help them with today’s challenges, and then use these new skills to prepare for post high school life.”


The programs are directed by Project Community’s expert healthcare professionals, resulting in the “knowledge to navigate” through life with impactful education, direction, and confidence. 


“The seminars are designed for students from our interfaith community to learn skills which they can then use to support others.” Dr. Anne Frost, Founder and President of Project Community, continued, “Our hope is that these dynamic students can not only help themselves as they move into adulthood, but also friends and loved ones around them.”


Here are the details:


— Seminar on Self Awareness, February 15th at 6:30 PM at the Pelham Jewish Center 

(451 Esplanade, Pelham)


— Seminar on Anxiety, March 15th at 6:30 PM at OLPH (559 Pelham Manor Road, Pelham)


*Registration will be for both programs and each runs approximately 1.5 hours each. Submit registration inquiries to your interfaith representative.


— Seminar for Adults, March 29th at 6:30 PM at Christ Church (1415 Pelhamdale Avenue, Pelham)


The Interfaith Communities represented include: 

— OLPH, Carrie Liaskos, 

— OLPH, Donna Gammon,

— The Pelham Jewish Center, Ana Turkienicz,

— Shaarei Tikvah of Scarsdale, Itai Shrell-Fox, 

— Episcopal Church of Sts. John, Paul & Clement, Beverly Hutchins,

— Christ Church Pelham, Chisara Alimole,

— Huguenot Memorial Church, Monty Bennett,


For more information on Project Community, contact Jennifer Jerabek: or 617-671-8164 and visit