Justice on Justice: the Hon. Martin Shulman is Scholar-in-Residence For Mishpatim THIS Shabbat

We are honored to host the Honorable Martin Shulman this Shabbat, February 6, for a special talk in honor of Parashat Mishpatim (Laws). Judge Shulman’s talk on “Selected Torah and Secular Social Laws – No Need to Re-invent the Wheel,” will take place at 12:15pm, after kiddush, and will be followed by mincha. All are welcome!

Next Community Shabbat Dinner on February 5

Our next Stanton community Shabbat dinner will be on Friday night, February 5, at the shul. No frills, just good food and good people in a warm Shabbat atmosphere. Cost is $35/person, or $30 for members. Sponsorships are available for $100 and include dinner for two. (Update: Registration is closed, and the dinner is sold out)!

Seder Tu B’Shvat at Stanton! Sunday Evening, January 24, 6:30pm

The Stanton Street Shul and the Downtown Va’ad are excited to invite you to our annual Tu B’Shvat Seder, with fruit, wine and Song- all to celebrate the Jewish New Year of trees. Feel free to invite friends and let others know about the program and join us!

Remember last year how we had to leave the shul because of the gas leak right before the party started and spent the evening at the Bodner residence? We hope it will be fine this year, but no promises.

Register today at our website (Limited space) $10 in advance, $15 at the door. All are welcome, all will feel welcome!

SAVE THE DATE: Women’s Tefillah on January 23, Parashat Beshalach

All women are invited to our next Women’s Tefillah and Torah Reading for Parashat Beshalach, on Shabbat morning, January 23, featuring a d’var Torah by our own Rebbetzin Lindsey Bodner!
We will meet at 9:30am downstairs for a spirited davening and Torah reading service. All women are welcome!