The Open Book

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The Romemu Center – 176 West 105th St. Taught by Rabbi David Ingber and guest teachers. Prepare yourself for prayer by dipping into sacred text study before services begin. Participants will study the parsha (torah portion) of the week, with commentary, poetry, Hasidic wisdom and more. Prepare for a deeper, more resonant torah service. Free Continue Reading »

Shabbat Morning Services

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Join Romemu every Saturday morning for spirited Shabbat Services with Rabbi David Ingber, Hazzan Basya Schechter and our talented Romemu Musicians. Children’s Blessing takes place at 11:00am.

Sha’Boker Tov – Children’s Shabbat Morning Service with Tkiya

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Celebrate Shabbat with dancing, singing, live music, and a sweet kiddush. Best for ages 0-4 & their grown ups.

No Other Gods: Living A Spiritual Life Through the Ten Commandments – Discussion Series (With Childcare Available)

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No Other Gods: Living A Spiritual Life Through the Ten Commandments – Discussion Series (With Childcare Available) In studying Ana Levy-Lyons’ book, “No Other Gods: The Politics of the Ten Commandments,” we will dive deeply into the spiritual dimension of the Ten Commandments as nourishing and challenging practices for our daily lives. “We meet during Continue Reading »

It’s Messy! Ruth, Converts, and the Messy-ianism of Shavuot

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Check out Romemu’s Rabbi Mira Rivera and Rabbi David Ingber at the JCC on Shavuot.  Rabbi David’s teaching, “It’s Messy! Ruth, Converts and the Messy-ianism of Shavuot” will offer a unique perspective of Shavuot. The agriculture harvest festival of Shavuot was transformed by the rabbis into the holiday of divine revelation, and thus elevating Shavuot Continue Reading »