Defy Time & Space
Shabbat Times for New York City
Friday 10.6 | Candle Lighting: 6:15 pm
Saturday 10.7 | Shabbat Ends: 7:11 pm
The next Friday Night Dinner is with MJE East – 10.20 @ Restaurant 18!
Click below for upcoming dinners.
SHABBAT AT MJE WEST
131 W 86th st, 10th floor
with Rabbi Mark Wildes
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6:15 pm | Candle Lighting
6:45 pm | Friday Night Lights
Soulful Kabbalat Shabbat with Rabbi Joshua D. Klein
Topic: “Sukkot: The Time and Space of Action”
9:30 am | Beginner’s Services
*Sponsored by Adam and Jodi Weinstein in honor of their children*
10:15 am | D’var Torah by Gail Goldspiel
10:30 am | Kiddush in the Sukkah
11:00 am | Torah Reading & Talk by Rabbi Joshua D Klein
“Dwelling In and Dwelling On: Two Aspects of the Holy Sukkah”
4:00 pm | Bikur Cholim (visiting the sick) meet @ 730 Columbus, off of 96th street
5:30 pm | Torah Talks (on break this week)
6:00 pm | Afternoon Services at the Jewish Center
followed by Third Meal in the Sukkah with Guest Speaker
7:11 pm | Shabbat Ends
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