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Shabbat Times for New York City
Friday 12.08 | Candle Lighting: 4:10 pm
Saturday 12.09 | Shabbat Ends: 5:10 pm
The next Friday Night Dinner is with:
MJE West- 12. 15 @ 131 W 86th St
Click below for upcoming dinners.
SHABBAT AT MJE WEST
131 W 86th st, 10th floor
with Rabbi Mark Wildes
4:10 pm | Candle Lighting
6:45 pm | Friday Night Lights
Topic of the Night: Family Feud — It’s Not all Fun and Games
9:30 am | Beginner’s Services
10:15 am | D’var Torah given by Ilyse Rukin
10:15 am | Cafe Connect with Ruthie Braffman Shulman
DREAMS: What does Judaism say?
10:30 am | Torah Reading
11:00 am | Rabbi Mark Wildes
“Jewish Hopes and Dreams: Jerusalem, Joseph, and Chanukah”
3:00 pm | Bikur Cholim (visiting the sick) meet @ 730 Columbus, off of 96th street
4:00 pm | Afternoon Services followed by Third Meal
5:10 pm | Shabbat Ends
To sponsor a future Kiddush, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For Shabbat meal hospitality please email email@example.com
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The irony is that connecting has never been easier. Yet those online connections are often unsatisfying because they take place in an artificial environment. Many of my Millennial students tell me that meeting on a dating site can be stressful, what with having to find the most flattering photos and choose the right lines to make the best impressions…
Ilyse and Larry Rukin
in honor of their 1 year wedding anniversary and meeting at an MJE Kiddush!
They are extremely grateful for all that the MJE Community has done for them.
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