THIS MONDAY, MAY 14
Refreshments 7:00pm Talk: 7:30 pm
Rabbi Levy will discuss her latest book Einstein and the Rabbi. She will help us understand how Jewish tradition can have an impact on our souls, and how everyone can go through a journey to feel more spiritual.
Rabbi Levy is the founder and leader of Nashuva, a groundbreaking Jewish spiritual outreach movement based in Los Angeles. She was named one of the top-fifty rabbis in America by Newsweek and has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, the Today show, and NPR.
Rabbi Levy is also the author of the national bestseller To Begin Again, as well as Talking to God and Hope Will Find You. She was in the first class of women to enter the Jewish Theological Seminary’s rabbinical school and the first woman in her movement to head a congregation on the West Coast.
Admission is complimentary. Einstein and the Rabbi will be available for purchase
#SPSTalks Returns at the end of May
Wednesday Night, May 23rd, 7 pm
In a thoughtful, facilitated manner, we invite members of SPS to join together to discuss issues that are near and dear to us but might place us in opposition to one another. The only way to learn and to grow is through listening.
“Current Developments in the Middle East-is there a path to peace in the region?”
RSVP to Jeremy Reiss so he can send you reading materials in advance.
CELEBRATE SHAVUOT NEXT WEEKEND AT SPS
SATURDAY MAY 19:
Learning with Rabbi Ain 8:30 pm – Service 9:00 pm
SUNDAY MAY 20:
9:15 am Morning Service
6:15 pm Evening Service
6:30 pm Torah Trivia – A TIME TO LAUGH & A TIME TO LEARN
Enjoy a Complimentary Dairy Dinner
*Reservations requested for dinner. Call 212 593-3300 or email email@example.com
**There is a Young Professionals’ Brunch at a member’s apartment Sunday
Morning at 11:00 am.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
for full details.
MONDAY MAY 21:
Service 9:15 am – Yizkor Memorial Service 11:00 am The Kol Rinah Adult Choir will take part in services
LET’S TALK with RABBI RACHEL GRANT MEYER
HIAS: WELCOME THE STRANGER – PROTECT THE REFUGEE
Wednesday, May 30
Refreshments: 7 pm Program: 7:30 – 9 pm
Over the last year, the number of refugees and displaced people across the world has grown to more than 65 million – more than any time in recorded history. Because of our history and our values, the Jewish people have a unique connection to these most vulnerable people. During this program, we’ll ground ourselves in a shared understanding of this crisis, explore the Jewish values that command us to welcome the stranger, and learn how to take action in support of refugees worldwide.
Are you looking to connect with more families with young children (birth-3)? Come to the YOUNG FAMILIES GET TOGETHER ON THE SPS ROOFTOP! Gather together from 12:30-2 pm!