Shabbat Morning Monthly Meditation
On the first Shabbat of every month, Rabbi Naftali Citron will lead a meditation service upstairs at the Carlebach Shul from 9:00 am - 10:30 am, followed by a bagels and lox kiddush. The meditation is based on both Chassidic and Kabbalistic contemplative traditions and uses the traditional siddur as a spring board to attain higher levels of consciousness.
December 13th - 14th
Please note that Candlelighting times are for Manhattan only.
To look up another City/State, please visit myzmanim.com
|Mincha with Torah Reading
(ASARA B'TEVET) followed by Kabbalat Shabbatled by Yehuda Green
| Candle Lighting
Mussaf led by yehuda Green
followed by Seudah Shelishit, sponsored by Larry and Miriam Suchoff in honor of the birth of a grandson, Yedidya Daveed, born to their children Joshua & Shoshanna Suchoff
Guest Speaker: Rabbinic Intern Avraham Mlotek
is innate to The Carlebach Shul, a natural part of the life-giving
enthusiasm generated by a Reb Shlomo concert, a teaching or a prayer.
Out of this united effort a way of life has emerged at the Shul, a
direct reflectsion of the tremendous commitment of those who pray
there. The traditional world meets the modern world around the Shabbos
table where magnificent meals are served with teachings, stories or
songs of Reb Shlomo and other Chassidic melodies. Observance and
learning become so intense, exposure to Judaism so strong that often
secular Jews feel they become Jewish by "osmosis," while those exposed
to more "everyday Jewishness" are surprised by the amount of in-depth
learning and understanding of the tradition the congregants share. In
fact, the uniqueness of our outreach program has recently been
recognized by the Covenant Foundation -- a program of the distinguished
Crown Family Foundation of Chicago and The Jewish Education Service of
North America -- with a grant award to The Carlebach Shul, the only
Orthodox shul to be so recognized. This award is now being implemented
to replicate the Shabbos experience in ways that will engage
communities with diverse levels of education, exposure and experience
to the richness of Jewish spirituality using traditional approaches to
prayer, learning and ritual.