The next book will again be a non fiction book that will we hope broaden our knowledge of events that have shaped our world. It is a book about finding a Torah scroll of supposedly ancient origin and then having it declared false. 7 decades later the current author, Chanan Tigray , in light of the discovery of similar scrolls in the caves of Qumran went back to reexamine this and determine if perhaps this was from a similar find. "The lost Book of Moses" by Chanan Tigray will be discussed by Jerry Fensterstock on June 21.
Join us for a fun and educational seminar on The Power of Aromatherapy and its Roots in the Torah.
Learn how to use pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils to achieve optimal health. Discover which oils can be used to relieve stress, increase vitality and help your overall sense of well-being.
Moving the American Embassy: A Community Conversation About the U.S. Role in the Arab-Israeli Conflict - A Discussion with AJC's Jason Isaacson, longtime analyst of U.S.
political and strategic affairs and an advocate for Arab-Israeli peace (following Minyan)
[email protected]: JUDAISM AND DEMOCRACY Read More Westchester iEngage Lecture Series
Bringing together the voices of the Hartman Beit Midrash for Israeli Rabbis, a unique pluralistic rabbinic training program representing the diversity of the Israeli-Jewish experience. This program is cultivating a new generation of leaders who are reshaping the Israeli public sphere
Rabbi Koffman is hosting a Torah Study on Bamidbar at 7pm on April 12, 2018. This special event will be especially meaningful for all those attending Sisterhood Shabbat weekend, May 18 and 19, 2018. All congregants are welcome
Celebrate Israel’s 70th Anniversary with Sisterhood
Torah Fund Sisterhood Event Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Date: Wednesday, April 25, 2018
We will celebrate Israel’s 70th anniversary with a speaker panel and our beloved Kenny Green and his Klezmer band
Come join us for appetizers and drinks
Please RSVP by Wednesday, April 11 to Stacey Follman at [email protected]
On Feb 26, Alan Sock will review the following book at our next meeting: Jews of Harlem, by Jeffrey S. Gurock
The rise, decline and revival of a Jewish Community.
It is an excellent review of the history of Jewish life in Harlem and Manhattan. And in the first page of the acknowledgements the author says"I rely on the advice and counsel of my friend and colleague, Professor Benjamin Gampel of the Jewish Theological Seminary". Our Benjie. So you know this will be an excellent book.
Project Kulanu Community Gathering
Sunday, January 28 - 9:30am to 10:30am
You are invited to a Community Gathering, hosted by Rabbi Brusso and Gina Fass, at Bet Torah. The purpose of this gathering will be to further help shape the vision of the Religious School.
We will be:
-Sharing an update on Project Kulanu (means “All Together” in Hebrew)
-Working collaboratively to give input into the vision of the Religious School
This Thursday we will be taking another great Boomers trip. This time visiting Val-Kill, the Eleanor Roosevelt home, and the Kedem Winery, for a wine tasting. On the way, we will be having lunch at Shadows, to enjoy their fine food and the spectacular view of the Hudson. Those of you who will be joining us should plan to be at Bet Torah no later than 8:00AM. Please make sure to park in the back lot so that folks visiting Bet Torah during the day will not be inconvenienced. We should be back at Bet Torah between 6:00 and 6:30.