The Brotherhood Synagogue
is a progressive congregation in the Conservative Jewish tradition. We seek to meet the needs of American Jewry and to work towards making religious brotherhood a living reality. We invite all to share in the values and traditions of our Jewish faith, striving for the ways of peace and righteousness. Our synagogue is located in downtown New York, on Gramercy Park.
Special Guest Speaker
Friday, January 30 - Shabbat Shirah
Join us as we welcome Todd Mack of Music in Common, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to strengthen, empower, and educate communities through the universal language of music. After the loss of his friend and band-mate, journalist Daniel Pearl, Todd was inspired to create positive social change in underserved communities and areas where there is a history of conflict. With programs that now operate across the US, Middle East and Far East, Music in Common has served thousands of people in more than 200 communities internationally.

Family Shabbat
Friday, January 30
5:30 pm - Children up to 3 years old with Daphna Mor
5:30 pm - Children ages 3-6 years old with Gavi Rubin
6:30 pm - Grades 2-7 with Gavi Rubin and Phil Rothman

Voices of the Sacred Returns
Saturday, January 31, 2015, 8:30 pm

Presented in association with Music in Common.

Bridging the religious blessed song at a time.

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Click here to strike a blow against religious hatred.

Advance Purchase: $18 (or $25 at the door) Students free with valid ID

Project Cicero Book Collection
During the Entire Month of FEBRUARY
We will be collecting new and gently used books for Project Cicero during the month of February. This non-profit organization provides books to under-resourced NYC schools from kindergarten through high school. Click here for more details and please bring your books to the collection box in the lobby! Sponsored by the Social Action Committee

Family Shabbat
Friday, February 6
5:30 pm - Children up to 3 years old with Daphna Mor

Shabbaton at Brotherhood
Friday-Saturday, February 6-7
Guest Speaker at Dinner: Author, Gary Shteyngart
Please click here for more details and to download the sign-up form.

Brotherhood Film Series presents:
"Dancing in Jaffa"
with special guest speaker: Pierre Dulane

Wednesday, February 18, 7:00 pm ** PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN DATE!!
Renowned ballroom dancer Pierre Dulaine returns to Jaffa to fulfill his lifelong dream of teaching dance to Jewish-Israeli and Palestinian-Israeli children.The classroom becomes a microcosm of the Middle East's struggle to work together harmoniously while still caught in the politics of the region and race.
Admission: $10
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"Letters To Afar" Exhibit Tour at The Museum of the City of New York
Sunday, February 22, 2:00 pm
Join the Special Events Committee for a guided tour of the "Letters To Afar" exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York. Letters to Afar: By Péter Forgács, music by the Klezmatics is an immersive video art installation based on home movies made by New York City's Jewish immigrants who traveled back to visit Poland during the 1920s and 30s. The films document poignant family reunions and everyday life in small towns in the years before the Second World War, capturing a culture on the brink. Cost of the tour: $15 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE!

Brotherhood Film Series presents:
"Killing Kasztner" with special guest speaker:
Director & Producer, Gaylen Ross

Sunday, February 22, 4:45 pm
Rezso Kasztner, known as the Jewish Schindler, negotiated face to face with Adolf Eichmann, rescuing 1700 Jews on a train to Switzerland, and may have saved tens of thousands more lives. Yet Kasztner was condemned as a traitor in his adopted country of Israel; accused as a collaborator in a trial and verdict that divided a nation and forever stamped him as the "man who sold his soul to the devil." It was a verdict overturned by Israel's Supreme Court but too late for Kasztner. He was ultimately assassinated by Jewish right wing extremists in Tel Aviv in 1957.
In Killing Kasztner, Director Gaylen Ross investigates this tale of murder, intrigue, and heroism through accounts of the inflammatory political trial, startling revelations after 50 years by Kasztner's assassin, Ze'ev Eckstein, and a chilling meeting between the killer and Kasztner's daughter, Zsuzsi.
Admission: $10

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Saturday at 9:30 AM

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