Upcoming events

Our events are open to members and non-members alike – please join us.

Chevra Torah Study – Online via Zoom

Saturdays, 10-11:30am

Chevra Torah meets on Saturday mornings from 10-11:30am for an in-depth discussion of the weekly Torah portion, combining traditional commentaries with contemporary perspectives and the wisdom of our own experience.

To join the discussion via zoom, click here: https://zoom.us/j/286821117

If you have trouble connecting to the meeting, you can call the number below and connect from your phone using the meeting ID number.

By phone: +1 929 205 6099

Meeting ID: 286 821 117

Community Passover Seder – Online via Zoom

Thursday, April 9, 6pm

All are welcome to our online Community Seder on the second night of Passover. We will read from a special version of the Haggadah as we retell our ancestors’ experience of moving from confinement to freedom, and consider its meaning in our own lives.

All the information you need about how to join the seder, what foods we’ll use, and how to access our Haggadah are posted on our special Passover Resource page, along with recipes, music, and links to help you prepare for the holiday.

Shabbat Circle for Passover – Online via Zoom

Friday, April 10, 7pm

Using new formats for gathering gives us an opportunity to try new ways of connecting. This Shabbat, please join us with a prayer, poem, song, or story that is meaningful to you. We will open and close with meditative song and, in between, share these offerings of our hearts.

To join our Shabbat Circle for Passover on April 10 via zoom, click here: https://zoom.us/j/724446818

If you have trouble connecting to the meeting, you can call the number below and connect from your phone using the meeting ID number.

By phone: +1 929 205 6099

Meeting ID: 724 446 818

The Rabbi’s Book Club – Online via Zoom

Sunday, April 23, 10am

This month we are reading and discussing Here All Along: Finding Meaning, Spirituality, and a Deeper Connection to Life in Judaism (After Finally Choosing to Look There), by Sarah Hurwitz. Author Dara Horn has described the book as “Not a how-to guide to these incredibly rich and relevant traditions, but a why-to guide that illuminates—boldly, bravely, and beautifully—why Judaism matters and how its wisdom can transform us. It’s been here all along, but now it’s here in the book in your hands, waiting for you. Open it, and discover what you’ve been missing.”

If you have difficulty (financial or logistic) in obtaining the book, please contact Rabbi Drorah Setel: rabbisetel@gmail.com

To join The Rabbi’s Book Club on April 23 via zoom, click here:

https://zoom.us/j/617529575

If you have trouble connecting to the meeting, you can call the number below and connect from your phone using the meeting ID number.

By phone: +1 929 205 6099

Meeting ID: 617 529 575

Check back for details of additional gatherings.

Click here for a full calendar of our events and services.

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