SUNDAY ADULT PROGRAMS 2017-18
Sessions are generally from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM at 15 West 86th Street (SAJ) in Manhattan. Second floor in the social hall.
There is no charge and all are welcome to attend.
All dates and programs subject to change.
To confirm events and for more information, visit www.citycongregation.org, or contact the office at 212-213-1002 or email@example.com. Please note that other dates during the spring
have yet to be scheduled with specific programs.
Sun, Sept. 24
WHO WILL OUR NEXT RABBI BE?
Come to this important meeting to have your voice and opinion heard. Members of the Rabbi Search Committee will be leading a discussion to help determine our priorities as we embark on the journey to finding a new rabbi.
Sun. Oct. 15
Want to research your family tree, but don’t know where to start? TCC member and professional genealogist Meryl Schumacker will guide you through the basics of gathering clues, locating and analyzing key records, and building your tree using both free and paid resources.
Sun. Oct. 29
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT FROM THE BIBLE TO TODAY
Ever since Jacob fought Esau, Rebecca competed with Leah, and Moses fought the whole recalcitrant Hebrew people, people have been at odds with each other. Parents with children. Children with parents. Spouses and partners with each other. And not to overlook tensions at work and with our friends. How do we navigate these conflicts? What are best practices? Non-combative interactive discussion led by Rabbi Peter.
Sun. Nov. 12
WHAT AM I, CHOPPED LIVER?
Don’t miss this delicious tasting of real and faux chopped liver. Volunteer with Jen Klein to make up a batch for us to sample.
Sun. Dec. 3
PARENTS SHMOOZE – OY TO THE WORLD!
Rabbi Peter leads an informal conversation on “The December Dilemma: Jews and Christmas.”
Sun., Jan. 7
THEATRE OF THE OPPRESSED NYC
Our Seventh Annual Theatre of the Oppressed NYC show, based on real-life experiences of the actors and actresses. Always a highlight, especially when audience members – “spect-actors” – join the show with their own ideas. The public is welcome to this free performance though a donation of $10 will be greatly appreciated to help defray costs and support the work of the troupe.
Sun., March 11
MATZAH BREI COOK-OFF
How do you like your Matzah Brei, the iconic Passover breakfast food? Sweet or savory? Worry no longer. You can try out samples at our delicious tasting. Volunteer with Jen Klein to make up a batch for us to sample.