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Join Us!

Join Us!

Shir Hadash’s membership drive for 5780 / 2019-2020 has begun.  And joining us has never been easier.  Simply fill out this form and then make a payment of your choosing (the suggested range is 500 – 2000 NIS).  And that’s it!   Membership benefits include seating for the Yamim Noraim, discounts on facility rentals in our new building and the opportunity…

Tikun Leil Schedule

Tikun Leil Schedule

TIKUN LEIL SCHEDULEOur all-night learning program will take place this year at our new building located at Yakov Rubin Street #1.  Seats will be properly distanced and masks are required to be worn at all times inside the building.  Refreshments – served via waitstaff – will be provided during the course of the night. Reservations may be made for any particular…

Morning Minyan Returns

Morning Minyan Returns

Beginning this coming Sunday morning at 8:15 AM, May 17th, Shir Hadash will re-open it’s Corona dormant Shacharit minyan, albeit with certain limitations, including: The minyan will be outside; Seating will be separated by 2 meters or more (as a result, please do not move the chairs); Masks will be required; Entrance is from the Western side only of the…

When the Rambam Argues with himself: His Two Hagadot and a Taste of the World to Come

When the Rambam Argues with himself: His Two Hagadot and a Taste of the World to Come

Throughout Jewish history, a number of halachik[1] terms have existed to describe the non-Jewish population with which the Jewish community interacted; these terms, in turn, helped define the nature of the relationship between the two populations.  Being a member of the “Seven Indigenous Nations of the Land of Canaan (ז’ עמים),” for example, would propel the relationship in a negative…