Jun
2
10:30 AM10:30

Rabbi in the House (Teens)

For our students who’ve completed their Bar/Bat Mitzvah experience, but aren’t off to college yet, we’ve created a dynamic program to maintain and deepen their connection to our community and Rabbi Zach, and to put their Jewish wisdom into action to better the world around them. On eight Sunday mornings over the year, the teens will meet with Rabbi Zach at a member’s home for bagels, questions, and shmoozing over contemporary issues rooted in Jewish wisdom. On six Saturday evenings throughout the year, the teens will meet to deliver food and essential items to New Yorkers in need.

 

RABBI IN THE HOUSE (TEENS)

1030am-12pm

October 7th, November 4th, December 9th, January 6th, February 3rd, March 3rd, May 5th, and June 2nd

 

SATURDAY NIGHT SOCIAL ACTION

630PM - 9PM

October 20th, December 15th, January 19th, March 9th, April 13th and June 15th

 

Cost - $500 per teen New Shul member and $650 for non-members. 


Questions? info@newshul.org

ENROLL HERE

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Jun
4
7:00 PM19:00

Breathwork with Dr. Aimée Derbes

….including but not limited to grief, sadness, loss however it registers for you, orphanhood, transitions of all kinds, all manner of rugs being torn from under feet, and whatever else it is that teaches you at this juncture but maybe doesn’t have a space in your everyday life / spaces / conversations. All the difficult emotions are welcomed in this group, where instead of trying to heal from the level of our thinking minds, we will rely on the breath to do the letting go for us.

When: First Tuesdays, May 7, June 4 and July 9 // 7-9pm

For more information and to reserve your space, click here.

Breathwork is an active meditation using a specific 2-part breathing pattern to connect to your body and vitality, open up space for stagnant old energy and emotions to flow freely, and expand your heart. Most (more like, all) of us are carrying around pain, fear, trauma, and outdated beliefs about ourselves and the world around us, which all live tucked away in our cells. Breathwork is a simple tool that supports us in finally shedding those heavy weights.

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Jun
14
6:00 PM18:00

Kabbalat Shabbat & Annual Meeting

Join Rabbi Zach and members of the Epichorus and welcome Shabbat with music, wisdom, song, prayer and conversation.

We'll then hold our annual meeting where members and friends are welcome to hear about this year and plans for the year to come.

Casual dinner provided.

When: 6:30 pm
Where: Location to be provided

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Jun
15
6:30 PM18:30

Teen Social Action

For our students who’ve completed their Bar/Bat Mitzvah experience, but aren’t off to college yet, we’ve created a dynamic program to maintain and deepen their connection to our community and Rabbi Zach, and to put their Jewish wisdom into action to better the world around them. On eight Sunday mornings over the year, the teens will meet with Rabbi Zach at a member’s home for bagels, questions, and shmoozing over contemporary issues rooted in Jewish wisdom.

On six Saturday evenings throughout the year, the teens will meet to deliver food and essential items to New Yorkers in need.

SATURDAY NIGHT SOCIAL ACTION

630PM - 9PM

October 20th, December 15th, January 19th, March 9th, April 13th and June 15th

 

RABBI IN THE HOUSE (TEENS)

1030am-12pm

October 7th, November 4th, December 9th, January 6th, February 3rd, March 3rd, May 5th, and June 2nd

 

Cost - $500 per teen New Shul member and $650 for non-members. 


Questions? info@newshul.org

ENROLL HERE

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Jul
9
7:00 PM19:00

Breathwork with Dr. Aimée Derbes

….including but not limited to grief, sadness, loss however it registers for you, orphanhood, transitions of all kinds, all manner of rugs being torn from under feet, and whatever else it is that teaches you at this juncture but maybe doesn’t have a space in your everyday life / spaces / conversations. All the difficult emotions are welcomed in this group, where instead of trying to heal from the level of our thinking minds, we will rely on the breath to do the letting go for us.

When: First Tuesdays, May 7, June 4 and July 9 // 7-9pm

For more information and to reserve your space, click here.

Breathwork is an active meditation using a specific 2-part breathing pattern to connect to your body and vitality, open up space for stagnant old energy and emotions to flow freely, and expand your heart. Most (more like, all) of us are carrying around pain, fear, trauma, and outdated beliefs about ourselves and the world around us, which all live tucked away in our cells. Breathwork is a simple tool that supports us in finally shedding those heavy weights.

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May
18
10:30 AM10:30

Family Kirtan with Keely and Friends

  • Location with your RSVP (click for info) (map)
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Join us for a joyful Shabbat morning of song and mantra merriment in Park Slope. Keely Angel and guest musicians will guide us in sacred chant from the Sanskrit and Hebrew tradition while we move our bodies and jam to the beat. Yummy snacks and drinks will be served following our Kirtan - come for the music, stay for the community.

$18 for individuals, $36 for families

Kids of ALL ages are welcome, but space is LIMITED. Purchase tickets here to ensure your space:

When: Saturday May 18th, 10:30 am
Where: Park Slope location provided with your RSVP

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May
10
6:45 PM18:45

The Moon Circle: Iyar (Taurus)

On the new moon we gather to set intentions for the month ahead, to witness each other's stories and share our own in the spirit of our matriarchs. Each month Zivar Amrami, along with Vanessa Fried and Elyssa Ackerman, will choose a theme mirroring the Kabbalistic and Astrological wisdoms for the month. Together we will participate in ritual that reflects this theme to guide us through the month. Women of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend. 

Our Next Circle will be on the eve of Shabbat.

Friday, May 10 at 6:45pm // $36

To reserve or inquire further, please email Zivar, yzamrami@gmail.com

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May
7
7:00 PM19:00

Breathwork with Dr. Aimée Derbes

….including but not limited to grief, sadness, loss however it registers for you, orphanhood, transitions of all kinds, all manner of rugs being torn from under feet, and whatever else it is that teaches you at this juncture but maybe doesn’t have a space in your everyday life / spaces / conversations. All the difficult emotions are welcomed in this group, where instead of trying to heal from the level of our thinking minds, we will rely on the breath to do the letting go for us.

When: First Tuesdays, May 7, June 4 and July 9 // 7-9pm

For more information and to reserve your space, click here.

Breathwork is an active meditation using a specific 2-part breathing pattern to connect to your body and vitality, open up space for stagnant old energy and emotions to flow freely, and expand your heart. Most (more like, all) of us are carrying around pain, fear, trauma, and outdated beliefs about ourselves and the world around us, which all live tucked away in our cells. Breathwork is a simple tool that supports us in finally shedding those heavy weights.

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May
5
10:30 AM10:30

Intersectional Feminism: Origins, Opportunities, and Obstacles

What is intersectional feminism and how can it inform how we, as individuals and as a Jewish community, build and participate in coalitions for social justice? Inspired by the challenges that arose over the leadership and planning of the 2019 women’s marches, this salon is an opportunity to learn about and discuss black feminist thought on intersectionality—a concept coined in 1989 by the legal scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw to describe the way oppressive structures and institutions of power are linked and how those linkages affect individual lives. How can Jewish feminists engage this line of thought without “colonizing” it? Where do we see opportunities for acts of solidarity mutually inspired by black feminism and Jewish feminism? How might we at the New Shul address some of the obstacles to solidarity?

May 5th, 1030am, Manhattan

RSVP to info@newshul.org

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May
5
10:30 AM10:30

Rabbi in the House (Teens)

For our students who’ve completed their Bar/Bat Mitzvah experience, but aren’t off to college yet, we’ve created a dynamic program to maintain and deepen their connection to our community and Rabbi Zach, and to put their Jewish wisdom into action to better the world around them. On eight Sunday mornings over the year, the teens will meet with Rabbi Zach at a member’s home for bagels, questions, and shmoozing over contemporary issues rooted in Jewish wisdom. On six Saturday evenings throughout the year, the teens will meet to deliver food and essential items to New Yorkers in need.

 

RABBI IN THE HOUSE (TEENS)

1030am-12pm

October 7th, November 4th, December 9th, January 6th, February 3rd, March 3rd, May 5th, and June 2nd

 

SATURDAY NIGHT SOCIAL ACTION

630PM - 9PM

October 20th, December 15th, January 19th, March 9th, April 13th and June 15th

 

Cost - $500 per teen New Shul member and $650 for non-members. 


Questions? info@newshul.org

ENROLL HERE

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Apr
14
11:00 AM11:00

Spring Renewal: A Passover Playdate

We will gather at Rabbi Zach & Zivar’s home in Prospect Heights. We will create a COMMUNAL altar of foraged bits (ours and yours) and offer our INTENTIONS with it. We will EMBODY the movement from tight, little buds to blooming flowers. And we will roll beeswax candles to take home and light on Passover or whenever we'd like a bit of CLEARING and prayer.

When: Sunday, April 14 11-1PM

$18-36 Suggested Donation

Kids of all ages & friends of all backgrounds welcome.

Rsvp to yzamrami@gmail.com, space is limited.

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Apr
13
6:30 PM18:30

Teen Social Action

For our students who’ve completed their Bar/Bat Mitzvah experience, but aren’t off to college yet, we’ve created a dynamic program to maintain and deepen their connection to our community and Rabbi Zach, and to put their Jewish wisdom into action to better the world around them. On eight Sunday mornings over the year, the teens will meet with Rabbi Zach at a member’s home for bagels, questions, and shmoozing over contemporary issues rooted in Jewish wisdom.

On six Saturday evenings throughout the year, the teens will meet to deliver food and essential items to New Yorkers in need.

SATURDAY NIGHT SOCIAL ACTION

630PM - 9PM

October 20th, December 15th, January 19th, March 9th, April 13th and June 15th

 

RABBI IN THE HOUSE (TEENS)

1030am-12pm

October 7th, November 4th, December 9th, January 6th, February 3rd, March 3rd, May 5th, and June 2nd

 

Cost - $500 per teen New Shul member and $650 for non-members. 


Questions? info@newshul.org

ENROLL HERE

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