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Basics of Judaism
This experiential course introduces the basic principles, theology, literature, and ritual/spiritual practices of Judaism through discussions and exposure to traditional texts, contemporary readings, and real-life Jewish experiences, including class trips to synagogues and other Jewish institutions. A great introduction to Judaism for those exploring conversion to Judaism and an opportunity for those who grew up Jewish to learn what it’s all about. Please note: class trips and Shabbat/holiday experiences may be scheduled outside of regular class time. Please email Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen at acohen@jccmanhattan.org to schedule a meeting. (more)LEARN MORE
jewish living > jewish multiculturalism
Mon, Jun 23 - Nov 3
summer
7pm weekly
Basics of Judaism
This experiential course introduces the basic principles, theology, literature, and ritual/spiritual practices of Judaism through discussions and exposure to traditional texts, contemporary readings, and real-life Jewish experiences, including class trips to synagogues and other Jewish institutions. A great introduction to Judaism for those exploring conversion to Judaism and an opportunity for those who grew up Jewish to learn what it’s all about. Please note: class trips and Shabbat/holiday experiences may be scheduled outside of regular class time. Please email Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen at acohen@jccmanhattan.org to schedule a meeting. (more)LEARN MORE
jewish living > jewish multiculturalism
Mon, Jun 23 - Nov 3
summer
7pm weekly
The Golden Road to Samarkand and Other Merchant Tales
Our popular lecturer Andrée Aelion Brooks will return to tell us the story of her journey to Uzbekistan last fall. She traveled there to better understand and explore the community known as Bukharian Jews, who initially followed trade along the Silk Road during the first millennium (and some say even earlier). Others went as far as India for its gems, and many of those stories were first discovered in the Cairo Geniza a century ago. (more)REGISTER
jewish living > jewish multiculturalism
Tue, Oct 28 - Nov 18
fall
1:30pm18 - 0weekly
At the Junction: A Workshop for Interfaith Couples
Susan Broxmeyer, LCSW, ACSW For couples dating, engaged, or recently married to discuss and explore their cultural and religious backgrounds and navigate the challenges they face as they create a life and family identity together. Couples will meet in a supportive group environment facilitated by a clinical social worker with participation by a rabbi. Please contact Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen, Director of the Center for Jewish Living, at acohen@jccmanhattan.org. (more)LEARN MORE
jewish living > jewish multiculturalism
Thu, Nov 6 - Dec 4
fall
7:30pm18 - 0weekly
Global Sundays: Eliyahu and The Qadim Ensemble
Global Sundays will kick off it's year with the San Francisco-based Eliyahu and The Qadim Ensemble. The ensemble's repertoire includes Arabic, Jewish, Turkish Sufi, Hebrew-Yemenite, Armenian, Greek, Ladino and Moroccan music, celebrating the common musical heritage of the region's cultures. The San Francisco based band has attracted a growing global audience who are responding to their authentic musicianship and timely message of peace and cross-cultural appreciation. Their most recent CD, Eastern Wind, received rave reviews world wide, reaching #7 on Billboard's World Music charts. Concert will be followed by a reception featuring foods from the region. (more)REGISTER
arts + ideas > performing arts > music
Sun, Nov 16
fall
4pm18 - 0once
5:30am
10:30pm
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