Shaare Zedek member Dr. Irving Engelson takes us on a journey connecting two historical Jewish figures and the field of quantum mechanics.
Join us as we usher out the Shabbat and celebrate the festival of lights.
Explore a Talmudic aggadah with Hadas Fischer
Welcome Shabbat with services followed by snacks
Susie Kessler speaks to a multigenerational audience on principles of wise aging
Becky Cohen-Keshet of Rabbis for Human Rights shares challenges and successes working with those who are often overlooked in Israeli society
Please join Shaare Zedek as we volunteer with God's Love We Deliver, which prepares and delivers nutritious meals to those who are ill. We will be meeting between 1 and 1:15 pm at their office at 166 Avenue of the Americas (subway C or E to Spring St, or 1 to Houston). Kids are welcome as long as they will participate. Please wear clothing that covers shoulders, underarms, knees, and toes, and remove watches, bracelets, dangling earrings, and chunky rings.
If you plan to attend, please contact Staci Risman at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, October 18 so that a headcount can be provided in advance.
A celebration and reunion before we move out for construction
A panel discussion with the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, exploring the current political and social challenges of immigrants and refugees in the US
The community is invited to celebrate the amazing work of our Shinshinit who has contributed to children's programming at Shaare Zedek. Maya came to us full of enthusiasm, adding a new layer of excitement to our events. From sharing about her Kibbutz to taking us on a Shavuot scavenger hunt, each Shabbat we were blessed with Maya's presence and we want to wish her safe journey back to Eretz Yisrael. Please join the UWS community as we celebrate her amazing year!
On June 6, Jewish communities across the country will hold candlelight vigils to commemorate the anniversary of the day that the M.S. St. Louis began its fateful return journey to Europe, with over 900 Jewish refugees on board. Our communal experience demonstrates the tragic consequences of denying safety to refugees, and on that day, we will stand together to call on our elected officials not to repeat the mistakes of our past.
On June 6, at 6:30 PM at 780 3rd Avenue (across from the offices of Senators Schumer and Gillibrand), our community will honor the memory of those who died after being unable to find safety in the United States. Please join us at the ceremony, and to amplify HIAS's message that the American Jewish community fully supports welcoming refugees to the United States.
We welcome Shaare Zedek members to attend the NYC vigil. Please sign up below: