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Shabbat Morning Service with Brooke Goldstein

Saturday, July 13, 10:00am

Brooke Goldstein is a New York City-based human rights attorney, author, and award-winning filmmaker. She is the Founder and Executive Director of The Lawfare Project, the world’s foremost organization dedicated to enforcing and protecting the civil and human rights of the Jewish people via strategic legal action.


City of Laughter by Temim Fruchter

Thursday, July 18, 4:00pm

Join Cantor Debra Stein, Rabbi for an opportunity to delve into an interesting book, expand your thinking on a new topic or just meet new friends. Whether you’re an avid reader or just want to follow along with the group, our book club welcomes you!


Jewish & Christian Parables

Friday, July 19, 11:00am

Jews and Christians have used the art of parables throughout the ages to imprint faith’s most important messages into tightly knit metaphors and stories. Parables invite us to unpack and interpret vivid images and memorable stories, and just when we think we understand their meaning, a new layer of spirituality emerges. Come explore the best parables of Jewish and Christian literature.



Thursday, July 25, 6:00pm

#NOVA chronicles the harrowing atrocities minute by minute, merely through festival survivor’s camera footage, and terrorists body camera recordings. With no outside intervention, the raw documentary reveals the true, bone-chilling atrocities of October 7th.


Children’s Concert with Rebecca Schoffer

Saturday, July 27, 5:00pm

Rebecca Schoffer is the Director of Jewish Family Life & the leader of the Shababa community at the 92nd Street Y, New York. She is a musical & experiential educator, singer songwriter, cantorial soloist and a director & playwright of Jewish family theater. She’s a recipient of the 2019 Young Pioneers Award for innovative educators. Rebecca brings her background in theater, puppetry and improvisation to the Jewish educational space, traveling around the world to lead musical celebrations for families & teach educator workshops.


Shabbat on the Beach

Memorial Day — Labor Day
Fridays at 6:00pm
Main Beach in East Hampton

Shabbat on the Beach fuses summer at the beach with traditional Shabbat rituals. Warm your toes in the sand and join your community in singing, dancing, and celebrating the joys of a magical Shabbat experience.

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