If you are an artist, author, educator, or rabbi interested in presenting at Central Synagogue, we invite you to submit a request online. While we are unable to respond to each request individually, please note that all requests are read and evaluated.
Interested in creating connections with fellow congregants? Looking to strengthen your Jewish literacy in a pressure-free environment and feel empowered to bring meaningful Jewish practice into your home? Melton is an internationally renowned program for adult Jewish study designed for all levels of Jewish knowledge and practice. Join us for the coming year of Melton and come away with confidence and community!
This is the third of three multimedia presentations the Conductor and educator, Cesare Civetta, will present at Central Synagogue this Fall.
Join your community for lunch, starting at 12:30, followed by a tribute to the Great Arthur Rubinstein. Rubinstein declared himself to be a “proud Jew” who donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to Jewish causes especially to further the cultural life of Jerusalem, and whose ashes, as per his will, are buried in Rubinstein Firest, overlooking Jerusalem Forest. Civetta will present rare recordings, photos, film footage, and interviews of Rubinstein.
Join award winning poet for a unique experience of studying the weekly Torah portions of Genesis. In this special series, you will look closely at those themes in each parsha which reflect the human condition as we experience it here and now, and you will have the opportunity to read related poems and write your own. No prior poetry or Judaic knowledge required. This class is free and open to both members and nonmembers of Central Synagogue.
This class will explore narratives featuring Jewish women protagonists. We will explore the challenges these narratives have posed over time and the dynamic impact they continue to have on Jewish identity.
We will explore selected teachings from Torah, Talmud, Midrash, medieval, modern and contemporary sources. Our texts and discussions will enhance and deepen our appreciation of life’s wisdom and Jewish values. All texts will be in English. No prior text study experience required.
From 1890-1950, Jewish music was dominated by powerful cantors who created some of the greatest musical achievements in our tradition. Join Cantor Mutlu as he explores the age through a study that focuses on both the music and the cantors of the period. Participants will get to hear the songs that changed Jewish music and learn about some of the key figures in Judaism from 1890-1950.
Registration required – join anytime.