Upcoming Tze’irim Events
The list below is limited to those events and activities that are likely to be of special interest to 20s and 30s. (If it is empty, check back; it won’t be empty long.) You may also want to check out all Upcoming Events.
Friday, December 1 | 7:15-10:00 PM | JCC Harlem, 318 West 118th Street
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Friday, December 8 | 7:00PM | BJ Chapel
What are you doing for the Shabbat before Hanukkah? Ramah and BJ are joining together again for Kabbalat Shabbat. And remember, friends of Ramah and friends of BJ are welcome—meaning everyone is welcome to join us.
Attendance is free. Register today so we can be sure to have enough latkes!
Tuesday, December 19 | 6:30-8:00PM | 238 Thompson Street, Room 475 (NYU Global Center for Academic & Spiritual Life)
As the days get shorter and we get into the depth of winter, join us in a discussion and meditation to explore our own inner light (and darkness) and investigate the concept of miracles in our lives. Latkes and other treats will be served. Everyone is welcome!
This workshop will be led by Yael Shy, Founder and Director of MindfulNYU and author of the new book, What Now? Meditation for Your Twenties and Beyond (Parallax, 2017). Yael was trained through the Institute for Jewish Spirituality’s Jewish Meditation Teacher Training Program and has been leading retreats and meditations for over a decade. She was recently named one of Sonima’s “Next Generation of Meditation Teachers,” and in 2010, was named one of the Jewish Week’s “36 under 36” Transformers of Jewish Life.
Co-sponsored by the Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life, Global Spiritual Life at NYU, and Congregation B’nai Jeshurun.
*Attendees must bring photo ID and sign in with security in the lobby.
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