We are excited that the annual Einstein Young Professionals Weekend will take place the Shabbat of February 6-7, 2015. The shabbaton is open to men and women in the age range of 23-29 (non-Einstein students) and Einstein students of all ages. In order to encourage new people to participate, we ask that you think of people to invite that have not come in the past, in addition to those that have come before. The link has been sent out, so please fill out the form ASAP.
We are also looking for volunteers to help out in planning shabbat. Please contact the shabbaton organizers (einsteinypw
This Sunday morning, we will have the pleasure of hearing a shiur from R. Menachem Leibtag in our shul. After the regular 8:30am minyan, there will be a light breakfast, followed by R. Leibtag’s shiur at 9:20am, entitled “Manna to Mount Sinai = Shemittah to Hakhel? The Biblical Importance of a ‘Pre-Game’ Show.” Everyone is invited to attend!
Join us on Motzei Shabbat February 7th for Casino Night 2015! This event is loads of fun every year and is one of the synagogue’s biggest fundraisers, so come join your friends for a night of fun and games!
You can buy tickets on our website at http://einsteinsynagogue.com/casino-night-2015.
Pricing at the door is $30 per person.
Directions: In order to locate the parking lot coming from Eastchester Road (from either direction), turn onto Morris Park Avenue and drive up the hill until you hit Newport Avenue. Make a left onto Newport and follow the road as it curves around – you will see the parking lot on your left. You can also park anywhere on the street around there. The entrance to the building is at the far left corner of the parking lot.
If you are taking an express bus from the east side (BXM10), it will let you off on the corner of Eastchester Road and Morris Park Avenue. Simply walk up Morris Park and follow the above directions.
If you are looking to add more Torah learning into your schedule and are looking for a chavrusa (study partner), the Education Committee would like to help!
Feel free to contact us at email@example.com, specifying what topic you would like to learn (and your flexibility regarding that topic), your general time availability, and any other details you would like to share. We will try to help you find a chavrusa based, and we can put anonymous messages in the shul bulletin to see if anyone else is interested in learning the same Torah subject as you.
We hope this enhances the Talmud Torah we already have!