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puerto rican hurricane victims still need help

We are c ollecting items needed by the community in Ceiba, Puerto Rico, based on a request by someone in that town who is connected to one of our congregants. We will ship donated items to a local church for distribution. Please drop off any donated items by Sunday, November 19.
 

To show your support click here and for the list of needed items.

Cafe Ivrit

Thursday, November 30

7:00PM-9:00PM


Would you like to practice speaking Hebrew over coffee together with other Brownstone Brooklyn friends? If so, Café Ivrit is the right place for you.

The group will discuss different issues in Hebrew and will practice new words and ways to express youself better in Hebrew. All this in a non-judgmental and safe environment. Perfect for someone who can communicate in Hebrew, but is not yet fluent. 
To determine if this is the class for you, or to RSVP, please contact Noam.

Ivrit Cooking With Shinshinim!

Sunday, December 17

4:00PM-6:00PM

Bring your family and join our Shinshinim to learn how to prepare delicious Israeli dishes using Hebrew! Last month we made lots of kinds of Israeli salads.
This month we will bake some yummy Israeli desserts! Whether you are fluent or don’t know Alef from Bet, this will be a great opportunity to pick up some Kitchen-Hebrew and have a great time cooking with some of our amazing Shinshinim (18 year old Israelis here for a year of service).


This experience is open to all, but it is geared toward elementary and middle school-aged children and their families. And it ends with dinner together, eating “the fruits” of our labor. We will also meet January 28, March 18. A donation of $5/family/session is requested - just to cover materials. For more information or to RSVP, please contact Rabbi Carter.

the rabbi who killed his purim guest: An exploration of the talmud through the jewish year

Tuesday, November 28 | 1:00PM | PSJC Library
Join Rabbinic Intern, Leora Kling Perkins, as we follow the Jewish year by reading selections of the Talmud related to Jewish holidays. As we study, we'll learn more about who the rabbis were, and what they were doing when they created the Talmud. This class will be taught primarily using English translations, and is aimed at beginning to advanced learners.

ILJB Presents: 

One People Under Trump? The Impact On Jewish Pluralism, Solidarity, And Relations With Israel

Sunday, December 3 | 4:00PM
East Midwood Jewish Center


Jews in Trumpland II: a panel discussion Gary Rosenblatt, Editor-in-Chief, The Jewish Week Rb Barat Ellman, Adj. Prof, Fordham Univ., and Bard Prison Initiative Rb Yaakov Menken, Director of the Coalition for Jewish Values. 

$10 suggested donation for each event; prepay $25 for whole series. For more info: www.iljb.org, or call 718 339-0230

Combatants For Peace

Monday, December 4 | 7:00PM
Park Slope Jewish Center

Join us as two Combatants, Nathan Landau and Osama Elewat, (one Israeli and one Palestinian) come to Brooklyn to tell their personal stories of transformation from fighters into Peace activists. This evening will be moderated by Brooklyn’s own, Warren Spielberg, PhD, who, among other things has recently completed and published a study on the young men of East Jerusalem. 

Please RSVP here.

Mon, November 20 2017 2 Kislev 5778