Let’s begin the new week together with the New Synagogue Project’s Havdalah and Tisch* community singing gathering!
Havdalah is the short and sweet ritual each Saturday at dusk that marks the end of Shabbat and the beginning of the next week. Our community begins these gatherings by noshing on light snacks before moving into our singing session and then closing with the Havdalah ritual. All are welcome to sing, dance, bring instruments to play, and songs to teach!
*Tisch is a German/Yiddish word meaning “table, or table of the rebbe”, and refers to a joyous community celebration or gathering, often involving singing.
The New Synagogue Project is committed to creating a welcoming and accessible space for all who wish to attend. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any requests for accessibility accommodations.
The New Synagogue Project is creating a spiritual and political home for people bound together by a welcoming and liberatory Judaism. We aim to be a community that is multiracial and intergenerational, including families of all kinds and individuals, interfaith families and fellow travelers, people with a diversity of gender identities and sexualities, and people from a wide range of religious and secular backgrounds and practices. Learn more at newsynagogueproject.org