Erev Shabbat Service With Special Guest, Gilad Kariv

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Our special guest at Erev Shabbat Services is Israeli politician and lawyer, MK Rabbi Gilad Kariv, elected as the first Reform Rabbi to the Knesset and third ranking member in the Labor Party. Rabbi Kariv has a long and distinguished career in public service, having previously served as the Executive Director of the Israel Movement for Reform and…

(Re)Soul: A New Monthly Shabbat Morning Offering

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The name (Re)Soul is a take on the translation of the word “vayinafash" in the liturgical poem, V’shamru, “And we shall be re-souled.” This new monthly service will build on the already amazing traditions of the Chapel service - weaving together music and learning, and helping us to center ourselves and re-soul on Shabbat together! Watch on…

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A Gay Reading of Joseph: Seeing Ourselves in His Story with Cantor Stefano Iacono

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REGISTER As we look at Parashat Mikeitz through the lens of queer eyes, Cantor Iacono shows us how we may develop a personal lens for reading ourselves in these texts. To ensure his own rise to power, Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams, predicting years of prosperity followed by years of famine. In this two-session course, we…

Rodeph Sholom School Middle School Musical: Into the Woods Jr.

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Doors open at 6:45 pm This show is best suited for ages 7 and up. Tickets Not Required James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone's favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless, yet relevant, piece... and a rare modern classic. The Tony Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching. The…

Erev Shabbat Service

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Share Shabbat with family, friends—old ones and new—and community. Join us for meaningful Shabbat worship, study and hospitality. Each Friday evening the Rodeph Sholom community joins together to welcome Shabbat in a joyful service of prayer, music, and moments of quiet contemplation. Our Erev Shabbat service is a perfect way to end the week and…

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Hebrew Basics 102 — Spring 2023

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EMAIL EVENTS@CRSNYC.ORG TO REGISTER  In our continuation class, we will focus on both solidification of reading skills as well as using these reading skills to learn elements of Hebrew language through central pieces of the Shabbat morning prayer service. Our work will both help with comprehension as well as participation in Shabbat services. This class…

Last Flight Home: A Documentary Film Screening and Conversation

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REGISTER TUE, MAR 28 | 87th Street and Online 5:00 pm - Film Screening - if  you would like to attend please email: stephanielasher46@gmail.com 7:00 pm - Dialogue Last Flight Home, the award-winning documentary film by Ondi Timoner, Rabbi Rachel Timoner's sister, tells the story of their father Eli Timoner, his extraordinary life filled with…

The Empty Chair at the Seder Table: A Passover Bereavement Program

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REGISTER Join other bereaved Jews for a virtual program facilitated by Rabbis Miriam Herscher, BCC, LMSW, and Adam Huttel, LMSW, where you'll: Explore ways to process grief and memory Find meaning and comfort in the themes of redemption and renewal Celebrate our holiday of freedom during a dark time in our lives and in the…

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Hebrew Basics 101

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REGISTER Learn how to read in this 8-week introductory course.  We will start at the very beginning, learning the letters and vowels and the mechanics of reading. At the end of the class, students will be fully able to read in Hebrew! The online course will be taught by Melissa De Lowe, founder of Urban Lion…

Women in Diplomacy

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REGISTER Join AJC New York for a special luncheon to celebrate Women’s History Month and the important work of our female diplomatic partners. This program will feature a panel discussion with female diplomats about their experiences and careers as women in the foreign service and the diplomatic corps. A kosher luncheon will be served.  …

CRS Book Club: I’d Like to Say I’m Sorry, But There’s No One to Say Sorry To

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REGISTER I’d Like to Say I’m Sorry, But There’s No One to Say Sorry To: Stories by Mikolaj Grynberg An exquisitely original collection of darkly funny stories that explore the panorama of Jewish experience in contemporary Poland, from a world-class contemporary writer. Mikołaj Grynberg is a psychologist and photographer who has spent years collecting and…