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September 2018

Thu, September 20, 2018
6:30 PM
3rd Floor (Room 3S)

CSA: Learn (or Re-learn) the Ancient Art of Pickling in Brine

Nowadays, probiotic foods like salt brine pickles are recognized as wonderful for the health, but long before that they were a means of food preservation and culinary enjoyment.   Come and learn how to pickle virtually anything at home, using only salt brine.   You can't buy these at the grocery store! Free pickling demo RSVP to Juliadharrington@gmail.com.

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Sat, September 22, 2018
9:15 AM
Chapel

Shabbat Morning Study

Led by Rabbi Kalmanofsky and other synagogue members, sessions are on the weekly portion through the eyes of favorite commentators—ancient, medieval, and modern; midrashic, mystical, and academic.

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Sun, September 23, 2018
10:00 AM

“YES YOU CAN!” WORKSHOPS FOR JEWISH LIVING

Four Part Series: SUN, September 23; SAT, December 1; SUN, January 27; MON, April 8 Every mitzvah you perform can be a poetic and spiritual moment for you, your friends and family, and community. Join Rabbi Kalmanofsky, Rabbi Hammerman, and Hazzan Hirschhorn for a series of ritual workshops throughout the year to expand your repertoire of the mitzvot you feel comfortable performing at home and in synagogue. A great way to learn how to make kiddush and havdalah, wear tallit…

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Tue, September 25, 2018
7:00 PM

Annual Sukkah Dinner & Sing Along

If you love music, but are not ready for a weekly commitment, bring more melodies and harmonies to your holiday celebration by joining Hazzan Hirschhorn and Shirei Chesed for Sing Along event during Sukkot. Partake in a festive meal on our rooftop Sukkah, bring your family, a friend or two, and a dairy or pareve dish to share. We will pick the most beautiful and fun Jewish folk songs from Israel and beyond to sing the night away!

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Wed, September 26, 2018
5:30 PM

CSA Pickup

Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a mutually beneficial partnership in which urban consumers receive fresh, organic vegetables while sustaining the livelihoods and stewardship of regional farmers. In a CSA, the farmer pre-sells shares; the money goes to the cost of growing, distributing, and paying the farmer a living wage. Members of the Ansche Chesed CSA have the option of purchasing vegetable, fruit, egg and fresh flower shares from Garden of Eve — a certified organic farm on the east end of Long Island.  To…

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Sat, September 29, 2018
9:15 AM
Chapel

Shabbat Morning Study

Led by Rabbi Kalmanofsky and other synagogue members, sessions are on the weekly portion through the eyes of favorite commentators—ancient, medieval, and modern; midrashic, mystical, and academic.

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October 2018

Wed, October 3, 2018
5:30 PM

CSA Pickup

Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a mutually beneficial partnership in which urban consumers receive fresh, organic vegetables while sustaining the livelihoods and stewardship of regional farmers. In a CSA, the farmer pre-sells shares; the money goes to the cost of growing, distributing, and paying the farmer a living wage. Members of the Ansche Chesed CSA have the option of purchasing vegetable, fruit, egg and fresh flower shares from Garden of Eve — a certified organic farm on the east end of Long Island.  To…

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Wed, October 3, 2018
7:00 PM
Chapel

Talmud Study with Rabbi Kalmanofsky

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…

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Sat, October 6, 2018
9:15 AM
Chapel

Shabbat Morning Study

Led by Rabbi Kalmanofsky and other synagogue members, sessions are on the weekly portion through the eyes of favorite commentators—ancient, medieval, and modern; midrashic, mystical, and academic.

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Tue, October 9, 2018
7:30 PM

Shirei Chesed Community Chorus

Founded in 2005, the chorus performs an eclectic repertoire inspired by the richness and diversity of Jewish music from around the globe, ranging from liturgical settings to Israeli songs, Hassidic niggunim and new compositions. Ability to carry a tune is important; reading Hebrew or music is not required.  Free for members; not members $90 per semester or $180 per year.  For more information please email NHirschhorn@AnscheChesed.org.

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