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re:TURN to re:LOVE – Lab/Shul’s September

Hey Summer Lovers,

Yes, I know, beach days are numbered. But it’s going to be a fabulous fall season and I’m excited to welcome us all back to a new year with new focus and fashions. 

Join us this September to prep for the High Holy Days through my daily Prepent blog, our High Holy Bootcamp, the first Shabbat AM of the year (back at City Winery!) and Isaiah Sokolic’s B-Mitzvah – open to the community. 

Don’t forget to reserve your seats for the High and Holy Days and join us as SeasonPass holders to celebrate all year round. 

See you all soon,
Amichai & The Lab/Shul Team

 


Featured Events


Amichai’s daily dose of inspirational intentions and simple tasks for reflection and perfection of the art of love. 40 ways in 40 days to prep for the High Holy Days.

 


 

Our first monthly Shabbat morning pop-up family-friendly musical worship event of the season! Featuring special programming this month to help your kids prep for the new year.
 
September 24th
9:30am – 10:00am coffee and shmooze
10:00am – 12:30pm worship, kids programming, and Storahtelling

City Winery – 155 Varick St, New York, NY 10013

MORE INFO

 


 

Prep for the new year with workshops, films, high holy cocktails, extremely local rooftop honeys, and “HHD Unplugged,” a Selichot inspired intimate concert and ritual with Netanel Goldberg and the Lab/Shul Ritual Team.
 

Sunday, September 25th

2:00pm – 6:00pm

Location TBD

$25 / $10 Students and Seniors / Cash Bar

FREE with your seat to any Lab/Shul High Holy Days worship events

INFO    |    TICKETS/RSVP

 


Upcoming Events


Sarah and Jeremy Sokolic, Founding Executive Board members of Lab/Shul, invite the community to share in their son Isaiah becoming a B-Mitzvah through our “Raising The Bar” program.
 

September 17th

5:30pm

Congregation Bnai Jeshurun – 257 West 88th Street

RSVP REQUIRED: [email protected]

 


 

How do we understand death? An intimate conversation with Amichai, Rabbi David Ingber, Robert Chodo Campbell, and Koshin Paley Ellison on their experiences giving care at the end of life.
 

September 22nd

7:00pm – 8:30pm

JCC Manhattan – 334 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10023

INFO    |    TICKETS

 


 

A big flaming mazel tov to Isaiah Sokolic and his parents, Lab/Shul Executive Board Members Sarah and Jeremy Sokolic, on his upcoming B-Mitzvah, toEden & Chani Pearlstein for the birth of their baby boy and Josh & Emily Guttman for their baby girl, and of course to Shira Kline for her birthday yesterday!

 


 

CONDOLENCES

Our deepest condolences to Scott Klein and the Klein family for the loss of his grandmother Hanna, and to Eden Pearlstein for the loss of his grandfather Yonatan ben Noach.