From: Monday–Friday, 8:00–8:15 am
All are invited to join us each morning Monday through Friday on Zoom.
For the link, please email email@example.com.
From: Tuesday & Thursday, 8:30-9:00 am
Bring some calm to the start of your day by joining Rabbi Buchdahl and special guests every Tuesday and Thursday for a call-in meditation practice and a little Torah. Meditation helps boost the immune system, relieve stress and anxiety, and center the mind. No experience necessary. If you can breathe, you can meditate!
Please note new call-in number:
+1 253 215 8782, ID: 580 872 399, then press #.
Tuesday, September 1: Separation Anxiety
Thursday, September 3: Knowing How the Story Ends
Sof=End or Sof Sof=Finally
Tuesday, September 8: Are We Two Bodies with One Head?
Thursday, September 10: Knowing How the Story Ends
Tuesday, September 15: Today the World is Conceived!
Mantra: Hayom Harat Olam
Additional sources and recordings of past sessions are available here.
From: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 12:00–12:30 pm
Join us on Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon for this great chance to connect virtually in-person with Central’s clergy team. A different member of our clergy team—or a special guest!—will share a favorite text, a new piece of music or arrangement, answer questions, or even lead a short cooking segment.
Tuesday, September 15: Sasha Kopp,fused glass artist and former Assistant Early Childhood Director of Central Synagogue’s Nursery School, for a lesson in mezuzot
Thursday, September 17: Rabbi Lisa Rubin, “Jewish Genetics–OY!—A conversation with JScreen’s Hillary Kener Regelman on the importance of Jewish Genetic Testing.”
To join us online for this program, simply visit Central Synagogue’s Facebook page.
From: 1:00 pm - 2:00pm
Dr. Michael Marmur and Rabbi David Ellenson
Moderated by Rabbi Angela Buchdahl and Rabbi Elliot Cosgrove
What role does America play in Jewish matters, and vice versa? In their newly published volume, Dr. Marmur and Rabbi Ellenson explore the diverse voices that have shaped this conversation over past generations, taking on questions of Jewish law and spiritual practice, secularization, identity, belonging, and more. This event is being hosted by Park Avenue Synagogue.
Today more than ever we rely on you to support our educational, community, and spiritual programs that are so important to Central members and the Jewish community-at-large. If you are able, please support our Annual Yom Kippur Appeal today with a tax-deductible contribution.