Welcome to Lab/Shul, an artist-driven, everybody-friendly, God-optional, pop up, experimental community for sacred Jewish gatherings based in NYC and reaching the world.

Into the Night: Tikkun Shavuot

  • 07:00 PM

We are proud to announce that in addition to the Lab/Shul team leading the night’s ritual, Amichai, Naomi, and Shira will also be leading study sessions at this exciting collaborative community wide event.

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A sneak peak at some of Lab/Shul’s offerings…

All-Star Jam
Join Uri Sharlin, Naomi Less, and some of NYC’s best musicians for an all-star music jam leading into midnight.
Seventy Tongues: Shavuot & Pentecost
Amichai Lau-Lavie & Rev. Kimberleigh Jordan, Ph.D
The two holidays that mark Revelation on the Jewish and Christian calendars coincide this year, inviting us to explore our common themes of mystery and meaning. Rev. Kimberleigh Jordan joins Amichai Lau-Lavie for an interactive study session and conversation about spiritual and civic bridge building – the power of pluralism, diversity, and interfaith co-existence in making this world a better place for all.

Buzz the Vocal Chords, Buzz the Soul
Shira Kline
Musical meditation and the Jewish Mantra. Using mystical and liturgical sources as a starting point, we will explore meaning and practice through the medium of the musical soul. Sacred Jewish geometry, the laws of vibration, toning, sound healing, and Kirtan chanting.

She Opens a Tiny Door: Zohar for the Night of Shavuot
Amichai Lau-Lavie
The Zohar, Judaism’s central mystical work, blends stories and secrets that seduce the soul to wake up to life’s real mysteries. Amichai Lau-Lavie unpacks one of the core Zoharic parables, perfect for the night of Revelation, as a user friendly tool for anyone who wants to learn about the art of undressing reality in four simple steps.

Fallow Lab Study Salon
Amichai Lau-Lavie
Inspired by the Jewish Shmita tradition, Fallow Lab reinterprets the biblical agricultural practice of a year of release for today’s social, economic and digital reality. Our ancestors worked the land, lived its cycles and knew when to let go, release and renew. Can we extend the logic of the old sacred cycles and recycle Shmita back into our lives.

Torah Booth
Visit our “Torah Booth” and get up close and personal with a Torah Scroll. Pose any question to one of the knowledgable and friendly folks staffing the booth, including Naomi Less, about the Torah. No appointment necessary!