August 27 - 28, Shabbat Eikev
Candle Lighting 7:18 PM
Friday Evening Services 6:30 PM
Shabbat Morning Services 9:15 AM
Shabbat ends 8:21 PM
Sunday morning Services 9:00 AM
Friday, September 9th 5pm–6:30pm
Families with young children welcome Shabbat with this interactive, rejuvenating and musical service and dinner. Led by Rabbis Val and Jason accompanied by flute and upright bass. The Kabbalat Shabbat service will be followed by a kid-friendly dinner (delicious challah, pasta with or without sauce, fresh cut veggies, eggplant parmigiana, and more). Sign up (by Sept. 7th) only required if you plan to stay for the dinner. For more information, contact RabbiValerie@gmail.com
Thursday, August 25, 7:00 pm
We are thrilled that so many members took part in conversations about the sanctuary during the series of group interviews held in June. If you were unable to attend, join us at this additional group interview, which will again be facilitated by H3 Architecture. We want to hear from as many members as possible during this exciting time for Kane Street. Please RSVP to Development@KaneStreet.org.
The three weeks between Shiva Assar B’Tammuz and Tisha B’av mark a period of sadness and mourning – framed by two fast days – in which we remember some of the greatest tragedies of our history, including the destruction of the First and Second Temples, and the exiles which followed. During this period, festivities and indulgences are avoided or limited. For example, traditionally, we do not schedule weddings and other joyous occasions during the Three Weeks. In fulfillment of the Rabbinic dictum “When Av begins our joy is diminished” (Mishna Ta’anit 4:6), from 1 (Rosh Chodesh) Av to 9 Av, (sundown August 4 to August 14) we take on other restrictions. For example, many avoid eating meat and drinking wine during this period, except on Shabbat. Please click here to read the full text.
Send your comments about the Sanctuary Project to Design@KaneStreet.org.
Thank you to all who attended the recent community-wide meeting with H3 Architecture, as well as any of the small-group interview sessions. There will be additional interview sessions later in the summer, and another community-wide presentation by H3 in the fall. We also encourage everyone to share their thoughts via email at any time, directly to Design@KaneStreet.org. Messages will be read and considered as part of the design process, by the architects at H3 and by Kane Street’s Building Committee.
Kane Street has made significant progress in our effort to revitalize and renew our historic sanctuary. We are pleased to announce a number of exciting recent developments, including a grant from the New York City Landmarks Conservancy, the engagement of H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture for the sanctuary interior, and a new look for the capital campaign. For more details, take a look at the June 2016 report.