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Mar 03

Friday Night Dinner – West: Shahs of Shabbat

March 3 @ 6:45 pm - 11:00 pm
MJE – West Organizer: Atara

Upcoming Classes

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This Shabbat

Shabbat Times

Shabbat Times for New York City

Friday 2.24 | Candle Lighting: 5:23 pm

Saturday 2.25 | Shabbat Ends: 6:24 pm

Friday Night Dinner

There is no Friday Night Dinner this week.

Click below for upcoming Fri Night Dinners at all three locations
including 2 dinners to celebrate Shabbat Across America next weekend!

Shabbat @ MJE West

SHABBAT AT MJE WEST
131 W 86th st, 10th floor

FRIDAY
6:45 pm | Friday Night Lights with Rabbi Joshua Klein
Topic: “Everything You Wanted to Know About Judaism,in 17 Minutes

SATURDAY
9:30 am | Beginner’s Services

10:30 am | Torah Reading (white room), Cafe Connect (blue room)

11:00 am | Sermon by Rabbi Mark Wildes
 Topic: “Navigating Relationships…With Some Help From Above”

11:45 am | Kiddush – This week’s Kiddush is still open for sponsorship!

To sponsor a future Kiddush, please email driker@jewishexperience.org

For Shabbat meal hospitality please email joshuak@jewishexperience.org

Shabbat @ MJE Downtown
Saturdays @ 10:00am
with Rabbi Ezra M. Cohen
135 East 29th street | New York, NY 10016
Join our weekly user friendly no Hebrew necessary Shabbat prayer services, followed by catered brunch with Starbucks, bagels, lox and le’chaims!
Weekly Wisdom Video

Weekly Wisdom Blog Post

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CHANUKAH AND THE UNITED NATIONS
by Rabbi Mark Wildes

Featured on TIMES OF ISRAEL

The irony of a UN resolution condemning the Jewish settlements during the holiday of Chanukah is pretty incredible. Chanukah celebrates the establishment of Jewish political sovereignty over the land of Israel, including the very areas the United Nations now claims no longer belong to Israel! Besides the spiritual victory of Jews refusing to abandon their faith in favor of Greek Hellenism, Chanukah celebrates the successful Maccabean revolt against the Greek Seleucid Empire, resulting in more than 200 years of Jewish political sovereignty over the land of Israel. That Jewish sovereignty lasted for two centuries until the Romans destroyed the Jewish Temple in 70 CE and exiled our people.

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