Friday, November 8, 2019


6 am
1 event

Breakfast Program

Location: Pavilion

From: Thursdays & Fridays, 6:00-7:30am

Details:

The Breakfast Program, formerly known as the Caring Committee Feeding Program, is among Central Synagogue’s longest ongoing social justice projects. Originally conceived and implemented by longtime congregant Nat Shapiro in 1983, the Breakfast Program was started in response to Mayor Koch’s outcry for New York City’s religious institutions to respond to an exploding homeless and hungry problem. Today, many clients of the Breakfast Program are working poor who greatly appreciate and regularly rely on the warm, nutritious start to their day.

Currently, our volunteers are helping to distribute pre-made sandwiches and other “to-go” items from the doors in front of the Pavilion entrance. Social distancing is observed and a contactless pickup system for the food has been arranged.

Sign up is required in advance to volunteer. For more information or to sign up, contact breakfast@censyn.org.

 

5 pm
1 event

Consecration

Location: Beir Chapel, Community House

From: Friday, November 8, 2019, 5:45 pm

Details:

If your child joined the LCLJ community for the first time this year, we would like to invite your family to a Consecration service with Rabbi Buchdahl on Friday, November 8th.

Consecration is when we celebrate the beginning of Jewish learning in a child’s life. The Shabbat service will be held at 5:45 pm in Beir Chapel, and will include special blessings and gift of a small Torah for each child.

Please note: If you have more than one child who is new to the LCLJ this year, you should complete a separate form for each child.The special message or blessing that you write for your child will be included along with the Torah they receive at the service. If you have questions or to register, please contact Becca Greenspan

 

 

7 pm
1 event

Festive Oneg Celebrating 180 Years at Central

Location: Lindenbaum Pavilion

From: Friday, November 8, 7:30 pm

Details:

Join with Central clergy and fellow members after Shabbat services for a very special festive Oneg and sample typical delicacies our forefathers and foremothers enjoyed on the streets of the Lower East Side. Whether you’re noshing on a pickle or sampling a knish, we’ll get into the historical spirit as we approach the big day for our 180th year celebration at Carnegie Hall on Tuesday, November 12. Don’t have your tickets yet? Visit our website today!