*Please stay tuned for more information about our path forward in light of updated COVID-19 guidance from state and local authorities and other community organizations.*
In This Week's Email:
In lieu of weekly parshah sheets, Rabbi Leener has provided Jewish sources and discussion questions
around activism for your Shabbat table.
Mincha/Ma'ariv daily, time shifts daily (please email Rabbi Leener
to sign up for updates)
Location: via Zoom
Meeting ID: 508 189 498
One tap mobile +16465588656,,508189498# US (New York)
Annual Membership Meeting
Please save the date for our annual PHS Membership meeting, to be held June 28 at 8 pm via Zoom. If you are member in good standing, we ask that please RSVP here for the log-in information or, if you cannot join, a ballot to vote electronically. We will be voting on our 2020-2021 Board and providing updates on our budget and space.
For information about the status of your membership, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A huge mazal tov to Mia Scharphie and Aaron Voldman on their engagement, and to Enid Meyers (Mia's mom) and the rest of their families. We are thrilled to share in their good news during these challenging times and wish them a life of health and happiness.
Advanced Talmud for Everyone
Advanced Talmud for Everyone with Noah Greenfield
Whether you have experience with Talmud or are a novice, this class will explore seminal philosophical, religious and legal themes in the Talmud, based off of the teachings of Rabbi Dr. Joseph Soloveitchik.
When: Thursday nights, 8:30PM
Where: Click here Password: Talmud
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If you have suggestions or want to get involved, email email@example.com.
Coffee with Rabbi Leener
Rabbi Leener wants to invite all of you PHS-ers for virtual coffee - which he promises to follow up with a real coffee when we can join together again. Join Rabbi Leener one-on-one to talk about whatever is on your mind, or to learn some torah b'chavruta.
Sign up for a slot here.
Rabbinic Discretionary Fund for COVID-19
We are so grateful for your support of the discretionary fund. Because of your help, Rabbi Leener has been able to discreetly provide direct financial assistance, provide hot meals for 80 people, and support funeral arrangements for those in need.
If you are able, please donate here, and specify that the gift is being made for relief funds. Tizku Lamitzvot!
Community Volunteer Opportunity: Crown Heights JCC at 899 Montgomery Street is looking for volunteers to support the food pantry they created to meet the rising need for emergency food assistance in Crown Heights. Volunteers will sort food and package to-go pantry bags that will then be distributed to clients. They are also looking for drivers to deliver these food packages. To sign up to package food and/or to drive, follow this link. This is an ongoing opportunity. If you have any further questions, email Jeremy Nicholson.
We are blessed with many generous community members who are eager to support the broader PHS community during this difficult time. If you are in a position to offer a good or service (e.g. an old laptop for work or school, help with groceries or medications) please fill out the following spreadsheet. If you are seeking assistance, please feel free to reach out to anyone on the list directly. Questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you and tizku l'mitzvot.
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The PHS community relies on the Greater Crown Heights Eruv, the Brooklyn Heights Eruv, and the Park Slope Eruv. For a map of the boundaries for the eruvim please follow this link. To donate for the upkeep of the Greater Crown Heights Eruv click here.
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