We’re starting a new Winter tradition: Kabbalat Shabbat services will begin Friday night at 5:15pm every week through the Winter months, until otherwise announced, and Rabbi Bodner will be giving an informal mishnah shiur before services, beginning at 4:45pm each Friday. Join us for mishna learning, followed by a lively davening, with good people, words of Torah from Rabbi Bodner, and a Scotch kiddush after services to wash it all down.
(Please daven Mincha before coming to shul.)
If you would like to sponsor food for a Friday night kiddush, please email Penina Seidman at email@example.com. If you would like to sponsor liquid refreshments, bring a bottle or two of your choice!
Please join us tonight and every Wednesday at 7:30pm at the shul for Rabbi Bodner’s weekly class. We begin on Wednesday, Nov. 26, with the first installment in a series on Chanukah. Over the next few weeks leading up to the holiday, Rabbi Bodner will delve into the historical texts of Chanukah, the Rabbinic sources, how the Maccabees were viewed in later Rabbinic texts and the halachot of the holiday.
Shabbat Chayei Sarah is going to be a busy one at the Stanton Street Shul! We’ll kick it off with services on Friday night followed by a community dinner. It will be our first community dinner with the Bodners in residence! Then, on Shabbat morning, we will have our women’s tefila group.
We hope you can join us for dinner! We will have services at 5:00, followed by dinner at (around) 6:00. The dinner costs $30 per person. Sponsorship opportunities are also available for $100 (and include dinner for two). You can register and pay for the dinner here: http://www.stantonstshul.com/shop-donate/
Registration will close at noon on Wednesday, November 12, so we can place the correct order.
If you have any questions, feedback, or would like to coordinate future events, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you there!
This Wednesday, November 12th, Rabbi Bodner will be teaching his first class at Stanton Street on the topic of Akedat Yitzchak (the Binding of Isaac), which we read about in this past week’s Parasha. The shiur will be at 7:30pm in the Beit Midrash. Don’t miss it!