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February 21, 2018
Weekly Newsletter





Candle lighting   5:20pm


Evening services   5:30pm




Morning services    9:30pm


Kiddush sponsored by Nanette Nesbitt

(Mother of David Holmberg)


Evening services   6:15pm

73 Warren Street




High School Basketball

Isaac’s Lions vs Ahavat Shalom   6:30pm

35 Polo Road, Great Neck




Hebrew School




Mishlei/Proverbs   5:45pm



As we complete the instructions regarding the tabernacle and its operation we have the Abarbanel to help put it all in perspective.


While we read this week of one of the great failures of the Jewish nation with the sin of the golden calf, it remains a great example of our resilience. What could be more disastrous than the need to destroy the amazing tablets literally brought down from high but never actually received in tact by the people? On the other hand, what could be more wondrous than in the aftermath of such a tragedy, new tablets were forged and installed in the tabernacle for the next 1000 years?! Similarly, how does a nation recover from the stunning loss of the temple of Solomon and yet within 70 years the structure was rebuilt, albeit not quite as grand as the first, but still historically unprecedented. Finally, how does a nation, driven from its land for almost 2000 years, return to create a country as vibrant as the State of Israel is in the 21st century?


The paradigm was established in this week’s portion and remains as a beacon of hope that will carry us all to the messianic era speedily on our days!


Next Young Professionals Friday Night Dinner featuring Amanda Shamis of Comedy Central March 1st 7pm


Register here:

We invite you to join us at the Tribeca Synagogue on Friday evening, March 8 for a special family Shabbat service and kiddush sponsored by Nancy Aaronson and Perry Parker in honor of the Yahrzeit of Perry's father, and truly one of the founding fathers of our shul, George Parker, who passed away last year at the age of 92.  George always enjoyed a good celebration, and we want the service and the dinner afterwards to be a joyous celebration of the downtown community that he helped to build.  All are welcome; RSVPs are requested so we can order and prepare the right amount of food and desserts.  We hope you will join us!  Services will begin at 5:45 pm, dinner to follow.


We are excited to welcome Launch Math + Science Centers camps to Tribeca Synagogue this summer!  From engineering to electronics, kids learn all about STEM topics through an exciting summer program.  Plus, Tribeca Synagogue members can receive an additional $50 off by using the discount code TRS2019 during checkout!  Click here more information about Launch camps.


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