An Outreach Project of The Temple of Universal JudaismA URJ: Union for Reform Judaism Congregation
Shana Tova: Happy New Year
YOM KIPPUR INFO BELOW
Please RSVP - Reservations@TorahNYC.org - so we can greet you by name - but you are always welcome with or w/o an RSVP. No one is turned away. We do ask each person to make a contribution for each service.
Our suggested Minimum Contributions are:
Years or Over:
Minimum $40 - $125 per person per each High Holy Day
Age 13 through 25:
Minimum $25 - $60 per person per each High Holy Day
For Family Services only:
Minimum $40 – $125 per family per each Family Holy
Day Service. A Family is defined as Parent(s) -or- Other Adult(s) including Children.
Contributions are very low by NYC standards. We understand a few
individuals may need to give less. We depend on your generosity and honesty so
those who have less can share the Holy Days with us.
The Temple of Universal Judaism is located at: 1010 Park Ave @85th St
The Temple of Universal Judaism (TUJ), a URJ: Union for Reform Judaism congregation - which elected Rabbi Fridkis to serve in 2012 - has adopted TorahNYC and its Open Doors to progressive Jewish living.
With TUJ's support, we are better able to welcome all to our open and inclusive vision of Reform Judaism. And we are developing new programs of welcome and inclusion: including a children's and adult's Bar/Bat Mitzvah program where no one will be turned away!
TorahNYC pride themselves on being a "house for all people" (Isaiah 56). For
forty years TUJ has been a congregation where all people
- regardless of religion, race or sexual orientation - can find a Jewish home. Rabbi Fridkis' goal for TorahNYC was the
same: to reach out and create a spiritual "home" open for anyone not
involved in synagogue life.
For further information or membership please visit TUJ.org
TORAHnyc reaches out to the unaffiliated Reform-Liberal Jewish community of NYC with High Holy Day meals & services, our Passover Seders, Shabbat at the home of Rabbi Fridkis and Torah study designed to unlock the ancient mysteries of the Jewish experience and "The ONE God Who Is Everything."
TORAHnyc is a "place" and a "home" - not a location. A place where those who are alone at holidays, on the Sabbath, anytime, can find a "Jewish home."
TORAHnyc is open to all: young & older, singles & couples, children & families, gays & lesbians, the interfaith, those who are born Jewish & those who are not.
TORAHnyc can be your "home" when you need us, a "place" for all who are searching for a deeper connection to Jewish life, learning & the Jewish "people"
Come for the Holy Days & Passover ... Come for Shabbat ...