Babies, toddlers and preschool age kids are exposed to the sights and sounds of Shabbat during this lively service. It is supplemented by fun and engaging songs, stories and movement.Find out more »
Jewish Values in Contemporary America
After services, we will break into small group discussions over lunch. Each table will address different issues regarding intimate relationships, including sources drawn from Jewish tradition and the news. High school students will have their own table for their own conversation.
A Conversation For Young Professionals (20’s & 30’s) at Moishe House UWS about Love, Sex, Relationships and Judaism Havdalah marks the separation between Shabbat and weekdays, between holy and profane. After a spirited Havdalah, we will explore how the idea of havdalah - separation, relates to Jewish thought and practice regarding love, sex and relationships. What is kodesh (holy) and what is chol (mundane) in our intimate relationships?Find out more »
Join us for the inaugural Ansche Chesed game night! An evening of games, snacks, and friendly (or fierce!) competition. Board games, card games, bring your own, or try something new. Challenge your old friends, make some new friends, and let the games begin! Starting at 8pm in Upper Hirsch Hall, we’ll have food and a variety of games, from Rummy to Catan and everything in between. We’ll close the night out with Bingo and surprise prizes. We’ll have plenty of…Find out more »
EARLY MORNING STUDY WITH RABBI KALMANOFSKY The tradition of Jewish wisdom stretches back millennia, to times and places unimaginably different from our own. Sometimes we can apply ancient wisdom to modern problems, and sometimes that's not so easy. Each month we will study modern rabbinic attempts – mostly heterodox, sometimes more traditional – to answer today's questions, in areas like medical, social, economic, and political ethics. Second TUE of the month at 8:15AMFind out more »
Founded in 2005, our 4-part chorus has grown to 50 voices! This year we are preparing for a Concert Jewish Songs of Love from Around the World, on Sunday, April 7 at 4pm, At this point in the year, only experienced singers are invited to join. Free for members; non-members pay $90 per semester or $180 per year. Free for members; not members $90 per semester or $180 per year. For more information please email NHirschhorn@AnscheChesed.org.Find out more »
The Secret Mysticism of the Talmud Generally, Talmud is the least esoteric sort of Jewish wisdom. The Sages' care mostly about often very mundane law, like property disputes and kashrut. But Talmud also has its own occult lore. This year in Wednesday night Talmud we will study the second chapter of Tractate Hagigah, which you can purchase on-line, or through our dear friends at West Side Judaica. We'll read stories of mystical rabbis, and we will supplement the Talmud's material…Find out more »