Join Rabbis Sydney Mintz; Yoshi Zweiback, Sr. Rabbi, Stephen S. Wise Temple in LA; and Matthew Gewritz, Sr. Rabbi, B’nai Jeshurun Synagogue in Short Hills, NJ, for this online study opportunity. Free. Registration required.
Join Cantor Arik Luck to discuss prayer, Hebrew, and music. Registration is required.
Congregant Kristin Eriko Posner and board member Paula Pretlow invite Emanu-El members who identify as Jews of Color to join them to meet each other, share stories, and explore the needs and hopes of our community. We acknowledge that while this need has always existed, it has been magnified recently within our Jewish community and in the broader society at large. Emanu-El is committed to ensuring safety, equity, and justice within our community and in the wider Jewish community.
While we are grateful for the interest of supporters and advocates, this initial gathering is specifically for Jews of Color, with the intention to create a safe space to share our thoughts and engage in conversation.
One Shabbat with Rabbi Ryan Bauer and Cantor Marsha Attie. Click here to participate via Facebook Live, our preferred platform – you don't have to join Facebook to participate. For alternative access via livestream, click here. To follow along with prayers, click here for a free online Mishkan T'Filah prayer book.
Torah Study with Rabbinic Intern Leo Fuchs, followed by Mourner's Kaddish and Healing Prayer. To participate, click here.
Five Summer Zoom Sessions
Judaism through the Hebrew Grammar of the Hebrew Bible
Led by Emanu-El Scholar, Rabbi Lawrence Kushner
Five Shabbat mornings, 10:00-11:30am (with a 15 minute break)
Students are requested to leave their zoom videos “on” throughout.
(This is intended to be a participatory and spiritual group learning)
PDF’s of each sessions materials will be E-mailed in advance.
Each session we will read a few verses from the weekly parashot and use them as an opportunity to: Practice Hebrew reading skills; review the basics of Hebrew grammar; and examine the religious thought of the TaNaKH
- June 20 Introduction to the L’shon haQodesh / Shelach Lecha / Korah
- July 4 Particles / Hukkah-Balak / Pinhas
- July 18 Verbs in Qal / Mattot-Masey / Tisha b’Av / Devarim
- August 1 Verbs in Piel and Hifil / V’etchanan / Ekev
- August 15 Nouns / Re’eh / Shoeftim
The names, sounds and order of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet.
The Koren TaNaKH (NOT Hebrew-English ed.)
the Debbie Friedman “Alphabet song”
The Reuven Alcalay Hebrew-English Dictionary
For over two years, every Sunday night Emanu-El congregants have provided dinner for the youth living at G-House (a transitional home for youth experiencing homelessness run by Larkin Street Youth Services), by bringing food and then breaking bread together. While these dinners at G-House have been cancelled due to social distancing, we still need your help supporting the youth living there.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Emanu-El volunteers are continuing to do this mitzvah by ordering a Sunday night meals (a lot of pizza!) from local restaurants and having it them delivered to G-House. These dinners are very meaningful, as each dinner we give lets the youth know that our Emanu-El community continues to care for them despite the current challenges.
We look forward to resuming these in person dinners at G-House when it is safe for all.
Please sign up here to sponsor a Sunday evening dinner and for more details!
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