Monday, February 12, 2018


8 am
1 event

Meditation

Location: Community House

From: Mondays, September 11, 2017-May 28, 2018 at 8:20am

Details:

Led by Jesse Paikin, 5th Year Rabbinical Student at Hebrew Union College

Interested in building a meditation practice? Wondering “what’s Jewish” about meditation? In this weekly drop-in class, we will practice mindfulness meditation with additional inspiration from Jewish text and tradition. No prior meditation or text study experience required.

Please note there will be no class on the following days:
October 9, 2017
December 18, 2017
December 25, 2017
January 2, 2018
February 5, 2018
April 2, 2018
May 21, 2018

Join anytime! We will meet in Room 504. Please fill out this form if you would like to attend.

 

10 am
2 events

Why Knot Knit Mondays

Location: Community House

From: Alternate Mondays, 10:00am-12:00pm

Details:

Monday mornings new and experienced knitters are busy creating beautiful pieces of clothing that are donated to New Yorkers in need. Extra hands are always welcome. Don’t know how to knit? This is also a great way to learn!

Contact knitting@censyn.org for more information.

 

Jews in America

Location: Announced upon registration

From: Mondays, January 8 - March 26, 10:45 am

Details:

Taught by Rabbi David Kalb

This course considers the challenges of Jewish acculturation to American life, exploring the sacrifices and contributions that have been made over the past 200 years. Lessons will explore a range of questions that address American and Jewish culture and identity. No prerequisite. Open to members and non-members.

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12 pm
1 event

Lunch and Learn Series - Bread: The Sacred Staple

Location: Pavilion

From: 12:30 pm - 2:00pm

Details:

With Jewish Educator and Baker Ted Dreier

For thousands of years, bread has represented life for people around the world. From rural farmers in Morocco to urbanites here in New York City, bread is a staple. More so, it holds a special place in Jewish tradition. We have a special blessing just for bread, and eating it is a piece of most holiday celebrations. It is integral to us spiritually, physically, and communally. Because of the unique role bread plays in our lives, its deeper meaning is worthy of exploration. Come learn with Ted Dreier, Jewish educator and baker, as we discover a deeper personal and Jewish connection to bread. And don’t worry, there will be lots of bread to taste!

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