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:
A neighborhood ceremony transitioning from Yom Hazikaron to Yom Ha'atzmaut
Join the UWS community in celebration of Yom Ha'atzmaut. All ages are invited to an interactive concert with Pharoah's Daughter and art workshop, in collaboration with Schechter Manhattan.
Shaare Zedek University features Hadas Fischer in honor of Yom Ha'atzmaut
The Shaare Zedek family invites all ages to come together to enjoy brunch, amazing stories and Purim fun with Peninnah Schram.
Learn with Gabriel Mitchell from Mitvim, the Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies
Joshua Newman presents a class on the global economy and ethics.
Jeff Weinstein presents about the creation and roles of the Fed.