Breath-work for Grief with Dr. Aimee Derbes
Winter is the natural time for us to allow our focus and attention to turn inward, so that we can pause and tend to ourselves in the quieter months. This winter, join us for one or all of this 3-part breathwork series focused on making space for feeling and releasing sadness and grief.
When: Tuesdays: March 19, 730-9pm
Where: Zivar's home in Prospect Heights
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$30 single session, $75 series
All are welcome, space is limited.
Join us for our bi-weekly Shabbat Service, with gorgeous music, meditations, breathing, and kabbalistic teachings and contemplations. Dinner is served afterwards.
When: March 1st, 630pm
Where: First Presbyterian Church (12 w. 12th)
Next Dates: March 15th, April 12th, May 3rd, May 17th, May 31st, June 14th
The Epichorus - March 30th
7pm. Location coming shortly.
Broadway Purim Balkan Brass
Join us for wacky merriment — an abbreviated Megillah reading, Broadway chorus belting, and the one and only Zlatne Uste — Balkan Brass Band and dancing extravaganza. Perrogies and vodkas, cash bar at Ukranian East Village! Dress fabulous, costumed or masked! Bring friends that want to dance.
Saturday, March 23, 2019, 4:00 PM
Ukranian East Village, 140 2nd Avenue
Tickets - https://newshul.wufoo.com/forms/xdcd3q21f9n4cw/
Kabbalah Evenings at the Ben Zion House
Join Rabbi Zach for studies in Kabbalistic concepts and spiritual practices. Each class investigates a new theme central to Jewish mysticism, and the sources are translated for beginners. Newby spiritual seekers from any background are encouraged to attend.
The Ben Zion House is a magnificent, one-of-a-kind place in NYC. Ben Zion was a prolific artist, a collaborator with Rothko and others, an enthusiastic collector. His home is a wonder, and all art appreciators are encouraged to attend.
When: 630pm, March 12th, April 9th
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$18 Suggested Donation / Free for Core & Seed Members
The Spirit of Racial Justice (March 10th)
“Few of us realize,” said Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel in 1963, “that racism is man's gravest threat to man, the maximum of hatred for a minimum of reason.” This salon proceeds from the premise that Jewish history and Jewish scripture call upon us to work against the threat of racism in all of its forms. As part of an ongoing conversation on the broader topic of Jewish racial justice, we will begin by tracing some of the lines that connect anti-Black racism and anti-Semitism. We will discuss the roles of Jews of color in our congregations and communities, consider the complex historical relationship between Jewishness and whiteness, and explore key insights from Black social justice movement, (from civil rights to intersectionality to Black Lives Matter) as well as from Jewish wisdom on justice and solidarity.
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