RECENT COLLEGE GRADS MEAL If you graduated college in the years 2015, 2016, or 2017 we want to meet you! The shabbos of October 20th, Parshat Noach will be a special lunch at Mount Sinai Jewish Center to meet and introduce all new or relatively new members of the Washington Heights Community. Even if you aren't yet a member of the shul, you should still join! The cost of the meal is $21 Event postponed to a future date
RECENT COLLEGE GRADS MEAL
Simchat Torah Auction 5778 Our annual Simchat Torah auction is an opportunity to purchase kibbudim for the holiday and throughout the year. Our Gabbaim conducted the auction on the evening of Simchat Torah. Now is the time to redeem your pledge by using the link below. Redeem Your Pledge Here
Simchat Torah Auction 5778
Kristallnacht Commemoration - November 9th Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg will be speaking on the topic of “Can We Preserve the Memory of the Holocaust?” Attention: If you are the grandchild of a Holocaust survivor, please send your name, the name(s) of your grandparent(s) and a line about him/her to sreguer@brooklyn.cuny.edu View More Information Here
Kristallnacht Commemoration - November 9th
Seinfeld and Friends TV show Trivia Night If you're a fan of one or both of those shows, join us for an evening of good food and fun! This event is for single individuals only. For more information contact Tamar Novick or Lauren Kirschenbaum at meetup@mtsinaishul.com Sign Up Here
Seinfeld and Friends TV show Trivia Night
Shabbat Mevarchim Kiddush Help us welcome in the month of Cheshvan with a Shabbat Mevarchim Kiddush. Please donate by Thursday at noon, October 19th, to ensure that your sponsorship makes it into the Kesher. Please make your Kiddush contribution below. Sponsor Herr
Shabbat Mevarchim Kiddush

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Upcoming Events at Mount Sinai

  • Shabbat Mevarchim Kiddush Cheshvan
    Shabbat, Oct 21st 12:00p to 12:30p
    Shabbat Mevarchim Kiddush Cheshvan

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  • Seinfeld and Friends TV show Trivia Night
    Sunday, Oct 22nd 6:30p to 8:30p
    If you're a fan of one or both of those shows, join us for an evening of good food and fun! This event is for single individuals only. For more information contact Tamar Novick or Lauren Kirschenbaum at meetup@mtsinaishul.com

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  • Seinfeld and Friends TV show Trivia Night Part 2
    Sunday, Oct 29th 1:00p to 3:00p
    Having FOMO that you are unable to attend Singles Trivia Night? Fear not, for we are creating couples trivia night! Open to anyone with a significant other to sign up with!

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  • Kristallnacht Commemoration
    Thursday, Nov 9th 7:00p to 9:00p
    Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg will be speaking on the topic of “Can We Preserve the Memory of the Holocaust?” Attention: If you are the grandchild of a Holocaust survivor, please send your name, the name(s) of your grandparent(s) and a line about him/her to sreguer@brooklyn.cuny.edu

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