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Tuesday
Apr 7

Feasts and Fasts: The Festivals in Jewish Thought

A Class for Women | Rabbi Soloveichik

Tuesday, April 7, 9:00AM

Tuesdays at 9 am, now on Zoom. Drawing on Halakhic, literary, and philosophical texts, we will attempt to examine the holidays anew.

Friday
Apr 10

Friday Night Lights: The Making and Meaning of Shabbat

Friday Nights, following Evening Services

Friday, April 10

Stay around for a bit after Friday evening services for an inspiring Shiur delivered by Rabbi Soloveichik. 

Sunday
Apr 12

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart

taught by Rabbi Sjimon den Hollander

Sunday, April 12, 8:45AM

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart (completed around 1075 CE) is sometimes called the first work of Jewish ethics, and aims to guide us towards a spiritual dedication, taught within a philosophical outlook that has similarities with both Saadiah Gaon and Maimonides. 

Monday
Apr 13

Virtual Young Women & Girls' Shir HaShirim Reading

Read by women and girls from Bat Mitzvah through college age | Via Zoom

Monday, April 13, 5:00PM

Don't let this crisis get in the way of one of our most beautiful traditions!

Tuesday
Apr 14

Feasts and Fasts: The Festivals in Jewish Thought

A Class for Women | Rabbi Soloveichik

Tuesday, April 14, 9:00AM

Tuesdays at 9 am, now on Zoom. Drawing on Halakhic, literary, and philosophical texts, we will attempt to examine the holidays anew.

Sunday
Apr 19

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart

taught by Rabbi Sjimon den Hollander

Sunday, April 19, 8:45AM

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart (completed around 1075 CE) is sometimes called the first work of Jewish ethics, and aims to guide us towards a spiritual dedication, taught within a philosophical outlook that has similarities with both Saadiah Gaon and Maimonides. 

Sunday
Apr 19

The Idea of Kingship

taught by Rabbi David Silber

Sunday, April 19, 10:00AM

A study of biblical attitudes towards kingship and political power through a study of Megillat Ruth and selections from the Books of Judges and Samuel.

 

Tuesday
Apr 21

Feasts and Fasts: The Festivals in Jewish Thought

A Class for Women | Rabbi Soloveichik

Tuesday, April 21, 9:00AM

Tuesdays at 9 am, now on Zoom. Drawing on Halakhic, literary, and philosophical texts, we will attempt to examine the holidays anew.

Sunday
Apr 26

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart

taught by Rabbi Sjimon den Hollander

Sunday, April 26, 8:45AM

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart (completed around 1075 CE) is sometimes called the first work of Jewish ethics, and aims to guide us towards a spiritual dedication, taught within a philosophical outlook that has similarities with both Saadiah Gaon and Maimonides. 

Tuesday
Apr 28

Feasts and Fasts: The Festivals in Jewish Thought

A Class for Women | Rabbi Soloveichik

Tuesday, April 28, 9:00AM

Tuesdays at 9 am, now on Zoom. Drawing on Halakhic, literary, and philosophical texts, we will attempt to examine the holidays anew.

Sunday
May 3

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart

taught by Rabbi Sjimon den Hollander

Sunday, May 3, 8:45AM

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart (completed around 1075 CE) is sometimes called the first work of Jewish ethics, and aims to guide us towards a spiritual dedication, taught within a philosophical outlook that has similarities with both Saadiah Gaon and Maimonides. 

Sunday
May 3

“In Praise of Painting”: Exclusive Tour of the Met with Rabbi Soloveichik

Sunday, May 3, 11:30PM

Rabbi Soloveichik will be leading two exclusive tours of the Dutch Masters exhibit.

Tuesday
May 5

Feasts and Fasts: The Festivals in Jewish Thought

A Class for Women | Rabbi Soloveichik

Tuesday, May 5, 9:00AM

Tuesdays at 9 am, now on Zoom. Drawing on Halakhic, literary, and philosophical texts, we will attempt to examine the holidays anew.

Sunday
May 10

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart

taught by Rabbi Sjimon den Hollander

Sunday, May 10, 8:45AM

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart (completed around 1075 CE) is sometimes called the first work of Jewish ethics, and aims to guide us towards a spiritual dedication, taught within a philosophical outlook that has similarities with both Saadiah Gaon and Maimonides. 

Tuesday
May 12

Feasts and Fasts: The Festivals in Jewish Thought

A Class for Women | Rabbi Soloveichik

Tuesday, May 12, 9:00AM

Tuesdays at 9 am, now on Zoom. Drawing on Halakhic, literary, and philosophical texts, we will attempt to examine the holidays anew.

Sunday
May 17

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart

taught by Rabbi Sjimon den Hollander

Sunday, May 17, 8:45AM

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart (completed around 1075 CE) is sometimes called the first work of Jewish ethics, and aims to guide us towards a spiritual dedication, taught within a philosophical outlook that has similarities with both Saadiah Gaon and Maimonides. 

Sunday
May 17

CSI Youth Mets Game Outing

Sponsored by the Lewin Family

Sunday, May 17, 12:00PM

Shearith Israel youth and their families are invited on this highly subsidized trip to watch the Mets play the Pirates. 

Tuesday
May 19

Feasts and Fasts: The Festivals in Jewish Thought

A Class for Women | Rabbi Soloveichik

Tuesday, May 19, 9:00AM

Tuesdays at 9 am, now on Zoom. Drawing on Halakhic, literary, and philosophical texts, we will attempt to examine the holidays anew.

Sunday
May 24

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart

taught by Rabbi Sjimon den Hollander

Sunday, May 24, 8:45AM

The Guide to the Duties of the Heart (completed around 1075 CE) is sometimes called the first work of Jewish ethics, and aims to guide us towards a spiritual dedication, taught within a philosophical outlook that has similarities with both Saadiah Gaon and Maimonides. 

Tuesday
May 26

Feasts and Fasts: The Festivals in Jewish Thought

A Class for Women | Rabbi Soloveichik

Tuesday, May 26, 9:00AM

Tuesdays at 9 am, now on Zoom. Drawing on Halakhic, literary, and philosophical texts, we will attempt to examine the holidays anew.

Maud Nathan

Maud Nathan (1862-1946) was founder and first President of the Sisterhood of Shearith Israel, established in 1896.  

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The 'Pineapple' Rimonim

These bells adorned a Torah scroll at the consecration ceremony of the First Mill Street Synagogue in 1730.

1730