Experimental, "Mystical" Shabbat Seder at WES this Friday Night at 8 pm

January 30, 2015 - 8:00pm

Join us for The Shabbat Seder, A Mystical Meal! Experience Liturgy Around the Table with family and friends!  This innovative Shabbat seder will be led by new WES member, Rabbi Robert Teixeira, founder and spiritual director of Uri! Uri! Awaken! Awaken!—an emerging chavurah in Brooklyn—and long-time member, Joshua Greenberg, who will lead a dinner-table discussion of Beshalach, the weekly Torah portion. If you like, feel free to bring a (lacto-ovo) vegetarian dish. And feel free to make a contribution to enhance our time together such as a poem, reading, song, etc. NOTE:  There will be NO 6:30 pm service at WES this Friday.

“A mystical approach to Judaism is…less dogmatic and more experimental. It doesn’t have a low ceiling, capping the mind and frustrating its desire to unify in love and awe with a vital, living universe. It is open minded, open souled. It says, ‘Try this. If you feel it as a living reality, we’re getting somewhere.’” Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi z”l 

Tu b'Shevat seder

February 3, 2015 - 6:00pm

Please join us on Tuesday February 3rd for the WES Tu B’Shevat seder!
RSVP to tubshevatseder [at] westendsynagogue [dot] org.  All are welcome!

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The seder will be held from 6 to approximately 7:30pm and will include traditional fruits and nuts, and other light refreshments.  Rabbi Margolius and members of the community will lead discussions on pertinent topics. 

Sponsored by WES' Ritual and Yad Mordecai Social Action Committees

Kef Kids beginning January 2015

Registration is open for our new Shabbat program for kids, Pre-K—1st grade at West End Synagogue

Free, Weekly Drop-In Musical Shabbat Programs for Infants through Fourth Graders!

Tot Shabbat
for 0-4 Year Olds
and Parents,
every Shabbat/Saturday
11:30 am

Click here for more about
Tot Shabbat.

  

Shirat Shabbat
("Song of Shabbat")for K-4th Graders and Parents,
every Shabbat/Saturday
11:15 am

Click here for more about
Shirat Shabbat for K-4th grade.

JFLL: Our Cutting-Edge Approach to Jewish Learning for Families

Jewish Family Life and LearningJFLL blends individual choice with experiential and whole family learning.  This year we are excited to pilot a new partnership with the groundbreaking Jewish Journeys Project (JJP) at the JCC in Manhattan for families with 3rd-4th grade children.

Click here for quick links to request info or registration forms for 2014-2015. Rabbi Nadia Gold, our Director of Family Engagement, is always eager to speak with our current and prospective JFLL families and WES members at large. Make an appointment with ngold [at] westendsynagogue [dot] org (Nadia) to learn more about our unique brand of Jewish education.

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