Dance more, email less, rise up for justice, start with soul: Jewish or not, New Year’s Eve is yet another helpful way to pause and refocus on what matters most: Resolutions, best intentions, making wishes, generous kindness reactivated.
So go for it: Make a wish, be generous and be part of Lab/Shul’s 2016 successful growth and impact with a last minute year end gift, and add “Show up often to Lab/Shul!” to your list of intentions.
Wishing us all a year of growth, good news and grounding – Thank you for being part of our co-creation.
Interfaith Sabbath with Soul
honoring Martin Luther King Day.
All faiths, All ages!
Our special guests include:
The Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis, Senior Minister, Middle Collegiate Church andYavilah McCoy, founder of Ayecha, a nonprofit organization providing educational resources for Jewish Diversity and advocacy for Jews of Color in the United States.
We’re honored to be welcomed again by Jewish Home Lifecare (120 W 106th St.), one of New York’s most innovative spaces for elder-care based in Jewish values. There will be so many opportunities to share, learn, and build community.
We will begin at 10:00 a.m. but come a bit early at 9:00 a.m. and lend a hand bringing seniors from their rooms to the worship space – hear their stories and share a smile (Click here to Volunteer).
Then, following the worship, join Lab/Shul and Romemu for a free special Shabbat Lunch featuring Yavila McCoy – Please RSVP (very limited capacity!). As always, please bring the whole family!