Connections 2023 presented by the World Union for Progressive Judaism

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REGISTER The deadline for registration for the Connections conference is March 15. Connections is the biennial conference of the World Union for Progressive Judaism (WUPJ) – the central hub that connects all Reform, Progressive, Liberal and Reconstructionist Jewish communities around the world while upholding the State of Israel as the center of the Jewish people…

Brotherhood Torah Study with Cantor Iacono

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Kedoshim: A Gay Man’s Least Favorite Torah Portion REGISTER FOR IN PERSON REGISTER FOR ZOOM Join our Cantor Iacono and the CRS Brotherhood for a morning Torah study. We take pride in the verses of Kedoshim that assert our values (respect for the poor and the disabled), but what about its most famous verse that…

CRS Outings: A Day of Fashion and History in Brooklyn

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REGISTER Join Rabbi Karol and Cantor Iacono to spend the day in Brooklyn beginning with a tour of the Thierry Mugler retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum, exploring the fascinating and edgy universe of the unparalleled French designer. We'll have some time to wander the museum and grab lunch before heading to National Historic Landmark, Green-Wood…

Yom Ha-Tzedek

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REGISTER: IN PERSON REGISTER: ONLINE Yom Ha-Tzedek is an annual occasion to rededicate ourselves to a more just world. Join a worldwide community as we open our Tzedek Boxes with joyful music from Cantor Shayna DeLowe, Rabbi Angela Buchdahl, and Beth Reinstein, meaningful ritual, and reflections from special honoree Sheila Katz, CEO of the National…

CRS Book Club: The Empathy Diaries

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REGISTER The Empathy Diaries: A Memoir by Sherry Turkle Winner of the 2021 National Jewish Book Award in Autobiography & Memoir! A New York Times Critics’ Top Book of 2021 • Named a Best Nonfiction Book of 2021 by Kirkus In this vivid and poignant narrative, Turkle ties together her coming-of-age and her pathbreaking research…

Sholom Sprouts Shabbat Dinner and Sing Along

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FOR AGES 0-4 | Sholom Sprouts Shabbat Dinner & Sing-Along FREE FOR MEMBERS | Non-Members: $10 per adult / Free for children For children ages Pre-K to 6, register for Family Shabbat Together here REGISTER Celebrate Shabbat before bedtime with songs, stories, and crafts in celebration of Israel's 75th birthday! Join us for pizza, cupcakes,…

May Family Shabbat Together

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FOR GRADES PRE-K TO 6TH | Family Shabbat Dinner & Sing-Along FREE FOR MEMBERS | Non-Members: $18 per adult / Free for children For children ages 0 to 4 register for Sholom Sprouts Shabbat Dinner and Sing-along here REGISTER Welcome Shabbat at our Family service then help us throw a fun Birthday Party for Israel’s…

CRS Outings: Bronx Zoo

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REGISTER Join us for a fun day at The Bronx Zoo! The Bronx Zoo is a zoo within Bronx Park in the Bronx, New York. It is one of the largest zoos in the United States by area and is the largest metropolitan zoo in the United States by area, comprising 265 acres of park…

BBYO Jr: 90’s Night

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REGISTER For 7th-12th Grades Join the BBYO teens for a 90's inspired party with games, costumes, and music that is sure to be da bomb. Dinner will be provided. For more information about Rodeph Sholom Youth Group (RSY) check out our RSY page here Please email youthandteens@crsnyc.org with any questions

Erev Shabbat Service in Honor of Mental Health Awareness Month

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Every year in May, CRS joins the national movement to raise awareness about mental health. Together, we fight stigma, provide support, and educate the public, that support the millions of people in the U.S. affected by mental illness.  This Shabbat, we honor Ruth Kobrin, our longtime social worker, and Shari Steinberg, chair of the Caring…

May Tribe Shabbat

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REGISTER This program is for those in their 20s and 30s—no membership required.  Join us for May Tribe Shabbat on Friday, May 12! We'll gather for a short service and a chance to end your week with fellow young professional Jews in NYC.