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Classroom Visits Scheduled

Lunch and Learn: Judaism and Abortion After Roe v. Wade 🙋

Stephen Wise Free Synagogue 30 West 68th Street, New York, NY

In the wake of the Supreme Court's overturning Roe v. Wade, our personal and religious liberties face new challenges. In this two-part class, Rabbi Neal Borovitz will examine Jewish texts on abortion from the Bible through contemporary responsa before analyzing the ways abortion bans might infringe on Americans' religious liberties. RSVP

Recurring Event Community Mahjong 🙋

Community Mahjong 🙋

Stephen Wise Free Synagogue 30 West 68th Street, New York, NY

Spend the afternoon playing maj with friends old and new! All levels welcome — whether you're a pro, need to sharpen your skills, or are just learning to play, there's a table waiting for you! Co-sponsored by Community Connections and the Women's Organization of Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. PLEASE REGISTER HERE

Bob Dylan: Crossroads from the North Country 🙋

Cantor Singer is a native of Superior, Wisconsin, where he grew up immersed in the local folk music scene and where his father was a local researcher for "Just Like Bob Zimmerman’s Blues," the first biography of Bob Dylan’s Jewish upbringing in northern Minnesota. Join Cantor Singer for this two-part course exploring Dylan's family, life, […]

In These Times With Rabbi Ammi Hirsch: Letty Cottin Pogrebin

Feminist icon Letty Cottin Pogrebin discusses her new book "Shanda," delving into the secrets and feelings of shame that defined her Jewish upbringing, celebrating the strides women have made, and framing the fight for the future of reproductive rights. LISTEN + SUBSCRIBE Every other week, Rabbi Ammi Hirsch hosts intellectually honest conversations unpacking current events […]

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