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[Now Meeting Virtually] Feasts and Fasts: The Festivals in Jewish Thought

A Class for Women | Rabbi Soloveichik

This event next occurs Tuesday, July 7, 9:00AM. Click here to view all 35 occurences.
Tuesday, December 17, 9:00AM
Tuesday, December 24, 9:00AM
Tuesday, December 31, 9:00AM
Tuesday, January 7, 9:00AM
Tuesday, January 21, 9:00AM
Tuesday, January 28, 9:00AM
Tuesday, February 4, 9:00AM
Tuesday, February 11, 9:00AM
Tuesday, February 18, 9:00AM
Tuesday, February 25, 9:00AM
Tuesday, March 3, 9:00AM
Tuesday, March 10, 9:00AM
Tuesday, March 17, 9:00AM
Tuesday, March 24, 9:00AM
Tuesday, March 31, 9:00AM
Tuesday, April 7, 9:00AM
Tuesday, April 14, 9:00AM
Tuesday, April 21, 9:00AM
Tuesday, April 28, 9:00AM
Tuesday, May 5, 9:00AM
Tuesday, May 12, 9:00AM
Tuesday, May 19, 9:00AM
Tuesday, May 26, 9:00AM
Tuesday, June 2, 9:00AM
Tuesday, June 9, 9:00AM
Tuesday, June 16, 9:00AM
Tuesday, June 23, 9:00AM
Tuesday, June 30, 9:00AM
Tuesday, July 7, 9:00AM
Tuesday, July 14, 9:00AM
Tuesday, July 21, 9:00AM
Tuesday, July 28, 9:00AM
Tuesday, August 4, 9:00AM
Tuesday, August 11, 9:00AM
Tuesday, August 18, 9:00AM
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Jewish liturgical calendar, Castile, 14th century

Jewish liturgical calendar, Castile, 14th century

 

 

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Throughout the year, we meet on Tuesday mornings to examine anew the rituals of the Jewish holiday or fast that is approaching, challenge our assumptions, and emerge with a deeper understanding of the rituals that we have been performing our entire lives.

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Benjamin N. Cardozo

Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Nathan Cardozo spoke of the need for the Congregation to maintain its historic traditions and to remain true to the customs and practices of the generations that had come before.

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Chatham Square Cemetery

The oldest of our extant cemeteries is known as the Chatham Square Cemetery.  It is located in Chinatown at 55 St. James Place.  The land was originally purchased in 1682 by Joseph Bueno de Mesquita. 

1682