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Hospitality Shabbaton Either host or become a guest for Shabbat Lunch on May 2nd. This is a great way to meet new people and find out how YOU can make a difference! This Shabbaton is for singles, couples, and families. There will be an Oneg after lunch. To host, become a guest, or sponsor click here
Hospitality Shabbaton
Smashing Silence, Tackling Taboos: Depression and Suicide: The second in a series Join us for this important event on Wednesday, April 29 at 8:00pm, as we break the silence that surrounds these important issues, hear from community members who struggle with depression, and learn from a psychologist what we, as individuals and a community, can do to help.
Smashing Silence, Tackling Taboos: Depression and Suicide: The second in a series
Religion, Intimacy, and Sexuality An overdue conversation for modern orthodox single adults on Sunday, May 3 from 10:00am-2:00pm. Guest speakers include Dr. Koby Frances, Dr. Sara Barris, and Dr. Rivkah Schwartz. Refreshments will be served. Questions? email questions@mtsinaishul.com Click here for more information
Religion, Intimacy, and Sexuality
Game Meet and Greet Shabbat afternoon, May 9th, from 5:15pm-7:15pm - Those who register will be assigned to individual apartments who will be hosting. Deadline for registration is May 6th. Click here to sign up
Game Meet and Greet
Journal Dinner - June 7th Honoring: Isaac & Talia Dayan - Guests of Honor Riva Preil - Herbert Harwitt Community Builder Award Debbie Ciner - Rabbi Yehuda Hilewitz a”h Memorial Award Sara Shatz - Keter Shem Tov Award More Information, Submit Your Ad and Make Your Reservations
Journal Dinner - June 7th

Mt. Sinai Jewish Center

   Thinking of Moving to Washington Heights?

                                 Email: welcome@mtsinaishul.com

 

As a Kehilla, we are trying to help several members find suitable employment.

If you have any ideas that might be helpful, or if you yourself need assistance, please email jobsearching@mtsinaishul.com

Confidentiality will be respected.

Rambam teaches that finding employment for others is the biggest form of Chesed.

Did you miss a shiur?

Mon, 27 April 2015 8 Iyar 5775