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Join us for a virtual international culinary journey with four celebrity chefs on the Israeli and American scenes: Einat Admony, Lior Sercarz, Danielle Renov and Adeena Sussman. Explore their Moroccan, Yemenite, Persian, Tunisian, and Ashkenazi backgrounds, recipes, and culinary inspirations. Einat Admony – The Ultimate Balaboosta Tuesday, January 19, 5:00pm Menu: Moroccan Spiced Fish, Yemenite Salad with Fenugreek-Yoghurt Dressing, and Ja’ala Einat Admony, also known as the “ultimate balaboosta,” (“perfect housewife” in Yiddish), is the…Find out more »
From Rabbi Kosak: "Hasidic writings are one of my most trustworthy sources of spiritual connection. These are the texts I privately turn to for nourishment. While I don’t always agree with the entirety of their message or their world view, they consistently provide a road map for how to think about being human and sense our connection to all of creation. As the Coronavirus forces us to stay closer to home, we can choose to…Find out more »
NEW TIME ONLY FOR TODAY! 2PM Coach Glen Coblens is pleased to offer a dynamic and fun 60-minute, online Zoom workout for all. Guaranteed to be a stress reducer and energy builder. No previous athletic ability required. Focus will be on building core strength. Come one, come all. You will need: some place to lie down (e.g. yoga mat, towel on a carpeted surface), water and a positive attitude. Bosu ball optional. Click here to…Find out more »
4th Friday, 5:30pm Join Rabbi Eve for a Friday night sing-a-long for families on Zoom. We’ll do a bit of singing, a story and blessings. Please log in and mute yourself until we start. Click here to join Zoom at appointed time. Password: CNSShabbatFind out more »
During the closure, we will be meeting virtually. Please click here for more information. Please join us every Friday for our Kabbalat Shabbat service.Find out more »
Downstairs Minyan Shabbat Service is Virtual until further notice – 2nd, 4th, & 5th Saturdays, 9:30 am Use the book: Siddur Lev Shalom Shabbat Morning In addition to the “regular” service, there will also be a Downstairs Minyan starting at 9:30 am (schmooze time starts at 9:15 am). The link to the Downstairs Minyan service is the same as the Morning Minyan: Click here to join Zoom at the appointed time. Password: NevehFind out more »
During the closure, we will be meeting virtually from 9:30-11am. Use the book: Siddur Lev Shalom Shabbat Morning Video Live-stream: High-quality | Low-quality Please click here for more information.Find out more »
WEEKLY MUSICAL MIDRASH For morning people Songs of The Book of Genesis/Bereishit Sundays 8:00 – 8:30 am Each weekly session will introduce an original song, drawing on a text from the weekly Torah reading. Melody and interpretive translation provide participants a new way of connecting with words at the heart of our lives. Songs from the Book of Exodus starts on January 10 Join the Sunday morning live sessions at https://zoom.us/j/93780254625?pwd=NkRiWmlBT1RRc2hGUjNadlNMVStRdz09Find out more »
Sundays, December 6, 13, 20 & January 10, 17, 24, 10:00-11:15am $36/household suggested donation From the Song of the Sea in the Torah, to the entire Book of Psalms; from the Medieval Wine-Song Salons to the poets of Israel today, poetry has always been an important part of Jewish culture. While poetry has fallen out of favor in contemporary America, it has historically been the preferred medium to remember, to protest and to give expression…Find out more »
Mondays, 12:00-1:00pm, beginning Oct 12 Come learn and discuss central themes of each parshah and how they relate to our lives today. Then, take the week and capture the themes in your own way be it photography, song, written word, TikTok, art, or any other way you can imagine it. We’ll start each session sharing what we’ve created and moving to the next part of the narrative. Perhaps we’ll even create a collection of Torah…Find out more »