Annual Congregational Meeting

Monday, June 4, 6:30pm – Reception to Follow

All congregants are encouraged to attend: we will approve proposed by-laws changes and our 2018-19 Board of Trustees slate. If you're unable to attend, please be sure to fill out and return the proxy card contained in your Annual Meeting mailer.

Rabbi Wajnberg Farewell & Volunteer Appreciation Shabbat

Friday, June 8

5:30pm • Volunteer Appreciation Pre-Neg
6:15pm • Service w/Festive Oneg to Follow in Honor of Rabbi Wajnberg

We come together for a special Shabbat as we honor our community's volunteers, including Volunteer of the Year Jesse Berger, and wish Rabbi Wajnberg well as he prepares for the next chapter of his Rabbinic career. We'll have the opportunity to offer Rabbi Wajnberg a communal blessing during the service and personal good wishes at the oneg to follow.

Israel Parade

Sunday, June 3, 10:30am

Details will be shared after you RSVP
Show your pride and march with your Temple Shaaray Tefila community to celebrate Israel on her 70th birthday and everything that makes the country so Sababa (cool)! Be sure to request your shirt size when registering - you will not be allowed to march without a shirt.

Women's Challah Bake

Thursday, April 12, 7:00pm

Sponsored by JPEG • $36/person
Make your next motzi over your own delicious homemade challah! Enjoy wine, light refreshments, and a hands-on tutorial from our favorite expert challah makers, the Challah Girls.  Open to all women in our congregation!


Cantors Concert: Broadway on 2nd Ave!

Sunday, April 22, 4:00pm

Our own Cantor Todd Kipnis and Cantorial Intern Leah Shafritz are joined by Cantors Claire Franco (Community Synagogue of Port Washington, NY) and David Katz (Temple Or Elohim of Jericho, NY) to bring you a memorable and musical evening of Broadway classics! Enjoy your favorites from Guys and Dolls, Les Miserables, Rent, and more, then join us after for a light nosh and schmoozing with the performers.

SAGE Monthly Program

Senior Safety

Thursday, April 19, 6:30pm
Connect with old friends and new over a light dinner and dessert as we welcome our very own Cathy Walker, TST Security Team member and retired NYPD Special Victim's Unit (SVU) detective with 21 years of service, to share strategies for staying safe and protected as a senior living in New York City and the digital age.

Congregants Ages 65+ • RSVP »

Walk Out, Now What?

Wednesday, March 14, 6:00pm

Teens: All are welcomeAdults: Members of Shaaray Tefila only
After the National School Walkout, join Rabbi Mosbacher to hear about the Do Not Stand Idly By campaign and discuss next steps in gun violence prevention advocacy. Teens in attendance are invited to stay and continue the conversation, allowing for an opportunity to unpack their walkout experiences.


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