Join us on Shavuot to savor tasty kosher Indian cuisine and hours of learning with friends at Stanton Street Shul. All are warmly invited to attend and participate!
Minha will begin at 7:00pm, Dinner at 8:00pm, with the learning program at 9:00pm featuring members of our own community. If you would like to participate in the learning program, please contact Rabbi Yuter.
Early bird dinner registration is $20, sponsorships are available for $100 and $180 which come with two and four meals respectively. Register online on our Shop / Donate page ASAP!
Rabbi Yuter’s Who’s Who in the Talmud series shifts to the Amoraic period, beginning with the great Eretz Yisrael Amora R. Yochanan.
Who’s Who in the Talmud – R. Yochanan Part 1 Sources (PDF)
Who’s Who in the Talmud – R. Yochanan Part 1
Rabbi Josh Yuter’s Politics of Exclusion class continues with a discussion of R. Moshe Feinstein’s opinions regarding the halakhic status of weddings and marriages of Reform and Conservative Rabbis.
R. Moshe Feinstein vs Conservative and Reform Weddings Sources (PDF)
Politics of Exclusion – R. Moshe Feinstein vs Conservative and Reform Weddings
Our annual membership meeting will take place Sunday July 12th at 10:00am. This is the perfect opportunity to share your ideas with the board and fellow congregants of The Stanton St. Shul and to help shape our upcoming programming. For some reference, check out our amazing programming from last year!
Now is the time to renew membership, or if you are not currently a member, it’s a great time to join! Simply visit our membership page and submit dues through our Shop / Donate page.
If you would like to submit a nomination for the shul board, please use our 2011-12 Nominating form (PDF).
If you cannot be in attendance and would like to designate a proxy, please use our Proxy Form (PDF)
In a Very Special edition of Who’s Who in the Talmud, Rabbi Josh Yuter’s presentation on R. Yehudah Hanasi gets a surprise visitor in Rabbi Alan Yuter (RY 1.0) who drops by for some classic history, literary, and grammar goodness. The Bad News: the voice recorder’s battery dies in the middle.
Who’s Who in the Talmud – R. Yehuda Hanasi Sources (PDF)
Who’s Who in the Talmud – R. Yehuda Hanasi