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UPCOMING EVENTS

Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in New York, the Hebrew Tabernacle office and building are closed until further notice.  Though on-premises events are cancelled, you may “attend” services and events virtually via Zoom.
 
RECURRING WEEKLY EVENTS VIA ZOOM:
 
Every other Friday starting May 8 at 6 pm: Tot Shabbat
Fridays at 7:15 pm: Kabbalat Shabbat services
Saturdays at 10 am: Shabbat morning services followed at 11 am by Torah Study
 
OTHER EVENTS VIA ZOOM:
 
Wednesday, September 16 at 7 pm: HT Book Club: Such Good Girls
 
 
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    Our building, designed by architects Cherry & Matz and completed in 1931, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places..
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    2018 Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration–blessing of children
  • 2018 Shofar Choir
    2018 Shofar Choir
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    2018 Shofar Choir
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    2018 Shofar Choir
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    2018 Tot Hashanah
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    2018 Tot Hashanah
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    2018 Tot Hashanah
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    2018 Tot Hashanah
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    2018 Tot Hashanah
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    Our architect-designed sukkah, looking up at the sky.
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    October 1, 2018: Simchat Torah–holding the Torah on 185th Street
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    October 1, 2018: Simchat Torah–holding the Torah on 185th Street
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    October 1, 2018: Simchat Torah–dancing on 185th Street with the Torah
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    2017 Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration
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    2017 Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration, candle lighting
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    2017 Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration
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    2017 Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration, blessing of children
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    2017 Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration: what I am thankful for

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