We’re going Apple Picking and you’re invited. We’ll spend the day in nature, picking apples, taking a short nature walk, playing outdoor games, and watching a live bluegrass band over a picnic lunch. Check out last years video” “Sukkot Fun Day 2012” on the right of this screen. Tamid Hebrew school teachers will be providing
Dear Parents, Your children will be learning about the Jewish life-cycle at Hebrew School for the next four weeks. Each week will focus on a different life stage: birth, bat/bar mitzvah, weddings, funerals and the students will experience mock ceremonies for each. If you have pictures or memories from their naming or circumcision, your bar/bat
Have you ever seen the inside of the entire Torah? It’s truly a sight for eyes to see the scope of text from the first line of Genesis to the last line of Deuteronomy. Everyone is welcome, Oct 14 at 6 PM at the Chapel. And be sure to bring a friend!
Are you a teen-ager that wants to make a difference in your community? Our teens are meeting one Saturday night per month to serve food to the homeless living downtown. If you are a teen who wants to help, join us. Read more and thank you for making a difference in somebody else’s life. Join
Jacob’s Ladder encourages our students to achieve great things at Hebrew School and to earn pins as they climb the ladder to Bar and Bat Mitzvah. Over the course of 3,4, or 5 years, we expect our students to reach these learning goals and to be rewarded with handsome pins of accomplishment. Good luck –
We’re proud of our teens for helping the homeless this year. Starting Sept 28, teens from Tamid and the New Shul will be serving dinner to the homeless one Saturday night per month. We’re grateful to UJA Federation of NY for supporting this program, thanks! Please share this with a teen so they can give
This time, the ark itself needed saving June 19, 2013 | Filed under: News | Posted by: admin A piece of the Mesertiz Shul’s ark, a religious relic which was saved by Tamid, The Downtown Synagogue, a new Jewish congregation that holds services in a church. Ark photo courtesy of Tamid, Downtown Express inset photo by Tequila Minsky BY TEQUILA
June, 2013 Dear Tamid Friends and Family, In November 2012, I had the pleasure of meeting Aron Kintu Moses, a member of the Abayudaya Community from eastern Uganda. Aron and my Rabbi, Darren Levine, are old acquaintances. On Aron’s first trip to the United States, he agreed to come speak to our congregation about his
On Saturday afternoon, Sam Marash, age 8 and a 3rd grader at the Anderson School, was the only pitcher out of 15 to strike out the rabbi at our Ark fundraiser at Pier 40. Congratulations Sam!
Dear Families, we hope you will join us! New Student Enrollment begins May 1. In order to maintain the quality education and personal faculty/student relationship that is essential to our model, we are limiting our growth next year to only 20 new students at our four downtown locations in Tribeca, West Village, Battery Park City, and