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High Holidays 5775

Upcoming Concerts
Shabbat Dinners
Weekly Schedule
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EVENTS AT THE CARLEBACH SHUL

SAVE THE DATE!!!
Shlomo and Eitan Katz in concert at The Carlebach Shul
Wednesday September 3rd, 7:30pm
First time together at The Carlebach Shul
Details to be announced

High Holidays 5775
Services led by Rabbi Naftali Citron and Yehuda Green

Rosh Hashanah: Wednesday - Friday, September 24th - 26th
Yom Kippur - Friday - Saturday, October 3rd - 4th

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Please visit the Links below for information on our High Holiday services, including Seat Reservations, Meals, our Yizkor Book, and Aliyah Auction.

Friday, September 5th
Shabbat Dinner with Rabbi Naftali Citron & Chaya Adler Poretsky

Chaya Adler Poretsky is a gifted educator who has developed and executed programs for adults and children in religious and secular settings nationally and abroad.

Fluent in Yiddish, Hebrew and English, Chaya was born and raised in Mea Shearim. Her father was a well-known Talmudic scholar and kabbalist, her mother a cousin of Elie Wiesel. Her father ignited her lifelong love for Torah study when he began learning with her from a very early age.

As an adult, Chaya learned and taught for many years at the side of the late Reb Shlomo Carlebach and his twin brother the late Reb Eli Chaim Carlebach, studying the works of the Chasidic dynasties and Kabbalistic masters. She skillfully weaves the depth of their psychological insights and rich treasury of meditative uplifting music throughout her teaching

Chaya was also the founder and former director of The Carlebach Chasidic Institute where she taught  and coordinated weekly classes and special events. She also spent a year in the Maharat program. She  lives in Long Beach, New York with her husband Marc.

(Chaya will also teach a special class on Sunday, September 7th. Details to follow.

Please note: A $5 Discount per meal will be Applied to all Reservations received before 1:00 AM Wednesday, September 3rd

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