Taught by Lewis PaleiasThursday, December 18, 11:00AM
This age-old practice helps balance, strength, circulation, and mindfulness. Our teacher Lewis Paleias offers individual attention and adapts the class based on the group. Walk-ins welcome.
Rabbi Shalom MorrisThursday, December 18, 6:45PM
Thursdays at 6:45 - 7:30 pm (following evening services) beginning October 30. The course studies Sephardic Jewry (10th - 18th Century) from their Golden Age under Islam to life under Christian rule and their ultimate expulsion and spread throughout the Mediterranean and Atlantic Basin.
Approximately once a month, join us for a cocktails and hors d'oeuvres following evening services and Friday Night Lights.
in the Small SynagogueSaturday, December 20, 9:45AM – 10:45AM
'Eat, Pray, Learn' in an inviting atmosphere geared toward those new to full Shabbat services.
In partnership with JICNYSaturday, December 20, 12:00PM
Following services, our young couples and families are invited to Shabbat lunch hosted by our rabbis in the Elias Room.
A Class for High School Students with Rabbi HidarySaturday, December 20, 4:30PM
High school students are welcome to join Rabbi Hidary for this weekly Shabbat afternoon class one hour before Minhah.
Delivered by Rabbi Meir SoloveichikSaturday, December 20, 7:00PM
Join us for the second installment of our major lecture series, Heretics and History, featuring Rabbi Soloveichik. RSVP Now.
Sjimon den HollanderSunday, December 21, 9:30AM
Every Sunday at 9:30 am beginning October 19. The Book of Beliefs and Opinions (completed 933 CE) was the first systematic presentation and philosophic foundation of the dogmas of Judaism.
Join CSI Youth for a Hanukkah party with fun activities for children of all ages.
In partnership with the Jewish International Connection of NY (JICNY)Monday, December 22, 7:00PM – 8:30PM
Every Monday at 7 pm. Start the work week off with a drink, a bite to eat, new friends, and stimulating Jewish thought with fellow young professionals.
Taught by Rabbi Richard HidaryMonday, December 22, 7:00PM
On October 27, guest speaker Professor Yair Lorberbaum will teach the class on the philosophical parable in the Guide of the Perplexed.
Rabbi Shalom MorrisMonday, December 22, 7:30PM – 8:15PM
Every Monday at 7:30 pm beginning October 27. Transform Jewish thought into Jewish action. This course is ideal for those seeking a greater understanding of Judaism, wishing to increase their religious observance or actively pursuing conversion.
The Bet Midrash program features high-level textual learning in small groups that encourages active participation.
Rabbi Shalom MorrisMonday, December 22, 8:30PM – 9:00PM
Mondays at 8:30 pm beginning September 15. Learn about the most influential teachings of Maimondes’ monumental Mishneh Torah.
Rabbi Richard HidaryTuesday, December 23, 7:40AM
Every Tuesday at 7:40 am beginning September 2. Join us Minyan, breakfast, and a short class. Each week we will learn a selection of Halakhot from Rabbi Yosef Karo’s 16th century Shulhan Arukh.
A Class for Women with Rabbi SoloveichikTuesday, December 23, 9:00AM
Tuesdays at 9 am in the Elias Room beginning October 21. Drawing on Halakhic, literary, and philosophical texts, we will attempt to examine anew the holidays.
"Chai Tea" is our version of high tea with a literary twist. Come mingle, learn, and discuss over tea and light refreshments. All are welcome!
Rabbi Meir SoloveichikTuesday, December 23, 8:00PM
Tuesdays at 8 pm, This Shiur elucidates the unique nature and history of Jewish prayers, the extraordinary depth of its liturgy, and the reasons why prayer lies at the heart of Jewish devotional life.
Esther HidaryWednesday, December 24, 10:00AM
Every Wednesday at 10 am. This class explores the weekly parasha through an examination of its literary elements and themes. Led by Esther Hidary.
In partnership with the Jewish CenterThursday, December 25, 7:00AM
Hit the slopes for a day at Hunter Mountain with friends and family. In partnership with the Jewish Center.