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Remarks from the 2018 Annual Meeting

Posted May 25, 2018

Remarks from the 2018 Annual Meeting

Watch Senior Rabbi Angela Buchdahl and synagogue president Abigail Pogrebin deliver their remarks at our 2018 Annual Congregational Meeting, held on Thursday, May 24.

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Reflections on Board Trip to Israel

Posted March 9, 2018

Reflections on Board Trip to Israel

Our board recently returned from a trip to Israel. After an amazing week exploring the country, Vice President Jeremy Fielding shared his thoughts on the incredible experience.

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100 Years As “Central Synagogue”

Posted March 1, 2018

100 Years As “Central Synagogue”

This spring of 2018 marks 100 years of our Congregation's use of the name Central Synagogue!

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Addressing Domestic and Family Violence

Posted February 5, 2018

Addressing Domestic and Family Violence

Central Synagogue is a proud participant in New York City’s Domestic/Family Violence and Faith in Action Weekend. February 9th-11th, synagogues, churches, mosques, and temples throughout New York are addressing the subject of domestic and family violence.

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Family Trip to Israel, December 2017

Posted January 10, 2018

Family Trip to Israel, December 2017

Just this past week, Rabbi Lorge and Rabbi Rosenthal returned from leading a congregational trip to Israel. The group, made up of Central families, explored both the historical and religious significance of the beautiful country. From the old stones of Jerusalem to the mystical city of Tsfat, they left no stone unturned as they discovered the wonder of Eretz Yisrael, the Land of Israel.

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Cantor Mutlu’s Reflection on Chanukah

Posted December 19, 2017

I am so grateful that on Friday, January 26 that 6 pm I will be installed as Central Synagogue’s senior cantor. Looking forward to this event I am reminded of all of my guiding lights along the way: from the instructor of that first music theory class to the rabbis, cantors, colleagues, and teachers who continue to show me the way.

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Why I Run: Rabbi Maurice Salth’s Reflection on Running the New York City Marathon

Posted November 2, 2017

Why I Run: Rabbi Maurice Salth’s Reflection on Running the New York City Marathon

I run because on the marathon course I am eyewitness and beneficiary of a taste of Olam HaBah – Judaism’s concept of the world as it ought to be; where people from all backgrounds and more than 100 nations are running, cheering and genuinely supporting each other.

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The Holiness Code: Six Reflections from Central Members

Posted September 27, 2017

The Holiness Code: Six Reflections from Central Members

On Yom Kippur afternoon we read a section of the Torah known as the holiness code. This section, found in chapter 19 of Leviticus, is at the heart of the Torah and contains some of the most moving commandments within our tradition. We asked six of our members to reflect upon one of these commandments. They did so in front of our community just after we chanted from the Torah. We are grateful for their personal and moving insights which are shared below:

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Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Posted August 30, 2017

Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

As the High Holy Days approach, the Unetanetokef liturgy comes unsettlingly to life…. “Who by fire, who by water.” We will do our part to show up for those who have lost everything.

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Remarks from the 2017 Annual Meeting

Posted May 25, 2017

Remarks from the 2017 Annual Meeting

Watch Senior Rabbi Angela Buchdahl and synagogue president Abigail Pogrebin deliver their remarks at our 2017 Annual Congregational Meeting, held on Thursday, May 25. Read more

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