Join us for a magical Friday Night Shabbat family service led by Rabbi Laurie Phillips & musical guests from Beineinu, followed by a catered pescatarian/ vegetarian dinner + wine/ beer. This family service will engage adults and kids; please make sure attendees both young and old are excited to experience a 45-minute Hebrew/ English Friday evening service with lots of music. All are welcome to attend, regardless of background.
$180 per person, includes all materials + vegetarian lunch.
Want to learn how to de-code Hebrew in a day? You can! Fig Tree’s own Director of Curriculum and Cultivation (Sarah Chandler) is certified to teach NJOP’s “Read Hebrew America Methodology,” which is a 5-hour course in reading Hebrew, aka decoding. Take the first step towards adult Hebrew language learning, or just brush up on the skills you learned in Hebrew School!
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Fig Tree will partner with Repair the World and Muslims Against Hunger to prepare and package healthy food for people experiencing food/housing insecurity and homelessness, as part of the Muslims Against Hunger “Hunger Van” initiative.
After the food is packaged, we'll discuss hunger and food insecurity in NYC, as well as Dr. King's legacy.
This volunteer shift is open to the public, and is open to children + parents/ guardians only.
Location: Repair the World, 808 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Registration is required! SIGN UP HERE.
Fig Tree Orientation for all registered families with students in K - 6th Grade (B’Nai Mitzvah has a separate orientation). We'll prepare for the new Hebrew School year in an Orientation session. Afterwards, we will celebrate Rosh Hashanah in community with apples and honey, and then we’ll have optional breakout learning sessions for kids and adults. RSVP required.