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September 2020

Mon, September 28, 2020
1:30 PM

🌳 Teen Meeting in Riverside Park

🌳 Join Rabbi Kalmanofsky, new Youth Director Adina Beiner, and other AC Teens for a masked and socially distanced opportunity to gather on Yom Kippur afternoon. We will spend some time talking and reflecting on this holy day and how we can make the most of it and bring our full selves to the day. Exact location in Riverside Park will be given upon registration. Register for this program here

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Mon, September 28, 2020
3:00 PM

Yom Kippur Meditation

Join us in virtual sacred space on Yom Kippur afternoon to reflect, recharge, and transmute the tumult of these times. Resting the mind and replenishing the spirit leads to deeper levels of peace and equanimity. Led by long-time meditation teachers and AC members Sheila and Sheldon Lewis. JOIN VIA ZOOM

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Mon, September 28, 2020
4:00 PM

Break Every Yoke

Reading the Yom Kippur Haftara and Confronting with Racial Injustice. JOIN VIA ZOOM

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Mon, September 28, 2020
5:00 PM

West Side Minyan Yom Kippur Mincha Services

Our services will be somewhat truncated to relieve screen-fatigue but we assure you that our usual roster of highly talented and knowledgeable leaders will deliver our special West Side Minyan service.

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Mon, September 28, 2020
5:00 PM

Yom Kippur Mincha, Yizkor and Neilah

Join the Ansche Chesed community for Yom Kippur Services. The schedule for this service includes: 5pm: Mincha 5:30pm: Yizkor, Rabbi Hammerman will speak 6pm: Neilah 7:23pm: Shofar 🌳 Ne’ilah services will conclude in the sanctuary at approximately 7:23 pm, when Yom Kippur ends. Those who would like to join, are invited to meet Rabbi Hammerman, Hazzan Hirschhorn and Rabbi Kalmanofsky at the West End Avenue doors of the synagogue for Havdalah and the climactic final lines of the prayer book: “Shema…

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Mon, September 28, 2020
6:20 PM

Minyan M’at Neilah

Zoom services begin at 6:20 pm.

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Tue, September 29, 2020
7:30 AM

Weekday Morning Minyan

Anyone who has ever visited Ansche Chesed’s morning minyan will tell you that it is something very special. Meeting in the chapel on the ground floor, the minyan brings together all segments of Ansche Chesed’s diverse community. They gather to say Kaddish for loved ones, to comfort others in mourning, to celebrate simchahs (joyous occasions) and to ground themselves before starting their day. The service is brisk and allows for a more meditative and personal approach than the more formal Shabbat service…

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Wed, September 30, 2020
7:30 AM

Weekday Morning Minyan

Anyone who has ever visited Ansche Chesed’s morning minyan will tell you that it is something very special. Meeting in the chapel on the ground floor, the minyan brings together all segments of Ansche Chesed’s diverse community. They gather to say Kaddish for loved ones, to comfort others in mourning, to celebrate simchahs (joyous occasions) and to ground themselves before starting their day. The service is brisk and allows for a more meditative and personal approach than the more formal Shabbat service…

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October 2020

Thu, October 1, 2020
7:30 AM

Weekday Morning Minyan

Anyone who has ever visited Ansche Chesed’s morning minyan will tell you that it is something very special. Meeting in the chapel on the ground floor, the minyan brings together all segments of Ansche Chesed’s diverse community. They gather to say Kaddish for loved ones, to comfort others in mourning, to celebrate simchahs (joyous occasions) and to ground themselves before starting their day. The service is brisk and allows for a more meditative and personal approach than the more formal Shabbat service…

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Thu, October 1, 2020
5:30 PM

To Schmooze or not to Schmooze: The Un-Distancing Hour

We'd like to announce the rebranding and re-imagining of the Thursday afternoon Kiddush cocktail hour, which has been a lovely way for people to connect during this crazy time. But we thought it needed a transformation into something a bit more specific. Before the pandemic, Kiddush has traditionally been a way for people at Ansche Chesed to connect with one another, to share milestones, to kvetch and moan a bit, to express support to friends who are going through one…

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