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236 Kane Street / Brooklyn, NY 11231 / 718 875-1550

September 2021 / Elul 5781-Tishrei 5782

The First Ever Kane Street Sukkot Block Party

Games to celebrate Sukkot and get ready for Simchat Torah
Singing in the first hour led by Landon Braverman
Mitzvah project, putting together packages of toiletries and supplies for homeless New Yorkers to use at the Brooklyn Community Services Mobile Shower Bus
Nature crafts for Sukkot
See old friends and meet new ones!


Sh’mini Atzeret

Tuesday, September 28, 9:45am
Morning service includes Yizkor to remember loved ones who are no longer with us.
View the Yizkor Book of Remembrance at kanestreet.org/yizkor-book.


Simchat Torah
Evening Service and Celebration

Tuesday, September 28, 7:00pm
In-person, and online at kanestreet.org/simchat-torah.
Following the Torah reading indoors, we will celebrate with hakafot on Kane Street! We will then return to the courtyard for a special sponsored oneg.


Simchat Torah Morning Service

Wednesday, September 29, 9:45am
Online at kanestreet.org/simchat-torah


Make your Kol Nidre donation count twice thanks to a $100,000 matching grant from the Amy P. Goldman Foundation.
All contributions before the end of the calendar year will be matched!

Click here to make a pledge to our Kol Nidre Appeal.


Our High Holidays Schedule is available at
kanestreet.org/luach

For further information, please contact [email protected].


Shabbat Morning Services are back—in-person—at Kane Street!
The services take place in the Community Room 10:00am to 12:00pm every Saturday morning.
Registration not required!
Please go to kanestreet.org/reopening for more information.


It’s time to enroll in Kane Street’s Hebrew School for 2021-22!
kanestreet.org/hebrew-school-registration


A Prayer for our Country

“Until when will they judge lawlessly,
and favor the presence of the wicked?”

— Psalm 82:2 Continue reading…


Mi Shebeirach Mondays 5 Minutes for Healing & StrengthMondays at 10:00am
Join us online for this brief weekly prayer of healing and strength with special thoughts for those who are sick with COVID-19, or otherwise ill, and the healthcare workers and family members taking care of them


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