This is a listing of featured events of interest to all. To find out about services, meetings, other UT events, or office closings, visit our Calendar. If you have questions about or want to register for an event call the UT office at 718 638 7600 ext 1 or Contact Us.
Friday, December 6 | 6:00PM | 3rd Floor
6:00PM Snacks | 6:30PM Kabbalat Shabbat | Potluck dinner to follow.
A lively service for children of all ages and their families, followed by a festive potluck dinner. There will be snacks before the service; after dinner there will be supervised play for children and time to schmooze for the adults. Bring a main course, salad, side dish or dessert for 10 people. All food is welcome (home-cooked or take-out). RSVP to Caryn Roman or 718-638-7600 ext. 4.
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Friday, December 6 | 4:00-5:00PM
Led by popular guitarist and singer Ora Fruchter, our Tot Shabbat is for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers—accompanied by an adult.
Everyone joins in singing, dancing, and storytelling to welcome Shabbat. There’s plenty of challah, fruit, and grape juice to go around, too.
Out of the Shabbox, a cross-cultural, interfaith, interactive and free drop-in program for children up to age 5, uses movement, music, and storytelling to explore Shabbat themes such as peace and charity. Rachel Joravsky, Jewish educator and comedian, Stephen Figurasmith, musician and early childhood educator, Ben Rubin, a multi-talented composer and instrumentalist, and Amanda Miller, a movement teacher and storyteller, lead the group in song, dance and stories about the things we value and that unite us. We start and end with snacks!
Sunday, December 8 | 10:00AM
Sisterhood invites you to a captivating Chanukah celebration.
Discover hidden truths about yourself as we explore:
Don’t miss this special morning of laughter and learning over bagels, coffee, and holiday treats.
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Wednesday, December 18 | 5:30-6:30PM | 17 Eastern Parkway
Drawing upon Jewish spiritual traditions and incorporating the tools of breathwork, visualization, mindfulness, sound vibration and toning, progressive relaxation, as well as singing and chanting (in Hebrew and English), you will learn how to dissolve “mental clutter” and achieve greater 2clarity, balance emotions and feel calmer and more centered. Connect more deeply with your Nefesh (Soul).
No previous meditation experience is required.
All are welcome and there is no fee.
Please arrive on time and wear comfortable clothing.
The sessions will be led by UT members, Registered Yoga Teacher Gail Levine-Fried, Ph.D and Faye White-Willinger, a Holistic Nurse Practioner. Gail is a retired Professor of Therapeutic Recreation at Kingsborough Community College. She currently teaches Hatha Yoga, Holistic Healthcare and Stress Management. Faye White-Willinger is a UT member and Holistic Nurse with a background in Mindfulness Meditation.
For more information call 718-638-7600 or contact the UT Office.
Sunday, December 22 | 4:30-6:30PM | 17 Eastern Parkway | 3rd Floor
There will be:
For more information or questions contact Caryn Roman.
Sunday, December 22 | 3:00-4:30PM | 17 Eastern Parkway | 4th Floor
Join us for a free PJ Library Chanukah Concert for families with young children featuring singer & educator Carla Friend. Sing, dance, and enjoy Chanukah snacks with your children.
Best for kids up to age 5.
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