+ On David Hartman, Z”L

“The Work and LIfe of Rabbi David Hartman, z”l” Last Sunday, Rabbi David Hartman died at the age of 81. He was an Orthodox trained rabbi who spent the majority of his life dealing with issues of plurality in the contemporary Jewish world. He founded the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem and his ideas had

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+ Purim Show Rehearsals

Join us for “High School Musical: The Purim Show” on March 1, 7 PM at St. Paul’s 9/11 Chapel (following shabbat services which begin at 6 PM). This years cast will audition in February with Broadway choreographer, Morgan Rose. Interested in performing? Contact Kenya at (connect@tamidnyc.org) and we’ll share the rehearsal schedule with you. Audition

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+ New Book Group

We’re so excited to be launching our New Jewish Book Group. Thanks so much to our member Allison Powell who brought the vision to this idea for the downtown community! Contact Allison at connect@tamidnyc(dot)org to join the conversation. Wednesday, February 13, 7 PM at Pushcart Cafe, 221 East Broadway A Fortunate Age by Joanna Smith Rakoff.

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+ Mazel Tov, Charlie

Congratulations to Charlie Pomerantz on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah, January 12. Charlie is a 7th grader at Leman Manhattan and is an avid sports fan, athlete, movie editor, and guitarist. His Mitzvah project was to help the elderly at the Hallmark Residence in Battery Park City. Tonights big celebration will take place is at

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+Dedication for Newtown Victims

Dedication for students and families at Sandy Hook School Dec 15, 2012 Rabbi Darren Levine “Yitgadal v’yitkadah sh’mey rabbah, seems like the only appropriate way to begin We stand with you today along with communities of faith around the world expressing our sorrow for what you are enduring Few can understand the shock to your

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+ Reflections on Hanukah

Reflections on Hanukah Rabbi Darcie Crystal Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, brings much brightness and celebration to some of the darkest days of the year.  Two rabbis of the Talmud, Hillel and Shammai, had a dispute about just how to light the Hanukkah menorah.  While Shammai argued that we should begin by

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+Hanukah Concert, Dec 7th, 8 PM

Join us Friday night, Dec 7th, for our First Hanukah Concert featuring Noah Hoffeld and Lee Feldman of Sacred Time. 8 PM at St. Paul’s Chapel. Everyone Welcome! Open to the Public “Sacred Time is magical and pure beauty — it transported me to another world and stayed with me all day long. The klezmer

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+ Thanksgiving Volunteers

Thanks for putting your Faith in Action and doing your part! Feed Sandy needs Volunteers from 8am- 4pm on Thanksgiving Day to serve 4000 meals. Show up at the Church of St. Luke & St. Matthew at 520 Clinton: No sign up necessary–Just show up! Operation Surfinbird: Thanksgiving Volunteers needed in the Rockaways Thursday. Also,

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+ Boost the Local Economy

Dear Members and Friends, Please join me this week at restaurants in our neighborhood to help jump-start our downtown economy. Local independents that consistently give to our raffles, our school events, and community fundraisers have been closed for a week and we want to help them make up for their losses so they can continue

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