(Re)Soul: A New Monthly Shabbat Morning Offering

IN PERSON & ONLINE

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…

Shabbat Torah Study

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COME IN PERSON OR JOIN ONLINE  IN PERSON: No registration is required. Proof of vaccination with booster is required and masks are optional. ONLINE: Watch on our website Watch on…

He(Art) and Soul – Visiting The Met and Finding Jewish Meaning Outside Our Shul

IN PERSON

REGISTER This event is now full. To register for Rabbi Weller's next class please click here.  Join Rabbi Weller on a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to explore how art can be a vehicle for understanding spirituality. We will look beyond Jewish artists and instead use Jewish lenses to understand art regardless of…

Havdalah and Hamantaschen Playtime

IN PERSON

REGISTER Whip up a batch of your favorite hamentaschen and play in our indoor playspace as we get ready for Purim! This event includes pizza, crafts, and more. See you there!

Gotham BBYO: Hamantaschen and Jeopardy!

IN PERSON

Email Juliet Fixel to Register For Grades 8-12 Join us as we honor our new members and make Hamantaschen then compete in team Jeopardy while it bakes. There will be…

CRS Book Club: The Netanyahus

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REGISTER  The Netanyahus: An Account of a Minor and Ultimately Even Negligible Episode in the History of a Very Famous Family by Joshua Cohen 2022 PULITIZER PRIZE ♦ 2021 NATIONAL…

Kabbalat Shabbat Service: HIAS Refugee Shabbat

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Our congregation’s commitment to social action is far-reaching and well known. As Rabbi Karol has noted, “We at CRS always are called to help, and providing humanitarian relief is our Jewish response.” On this Kabbalat Shabbat, congregants will share reflections and the ways we may give our hands, hearts, and time to assist refugees and…

Purim Morning Text Study: Megillah, Media, & Midrash

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Join Rabbi Weller for a Megillah reading and a discussion of modern media and midrash as illuminated by J.T. Waldman's graphic novel of Megillat Esther. This text study will examine the relationship between form, content, and commentary in Jewish media. Watch on our website Watch on Facebook