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  • Shabbat Times
  • Parsha:

    Noach

  • Candle Lighting:

    5:45 pm

  • Mincha:

    5:50 pm

  • Septimus Shiur:

    8:45 am

  • Shacharit:

    9:15 am

  • Havdalah:

    6:45 pm

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Darkhei Noam


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Darkhei Noam is a lay-led community that comes together for Shabbat and holiday services.  We are committed to creating a tefillah atmosphere that is halakhic, spiritual and inclusive -- providing opportunities for women to lead many of its portions and participate fully in the Torah service.  Please explore our website to learn more about our minyan, our social and educational programs and to sign up for our weekly newsletter.  We invite you to join us!

We meet at the B'nai Jeshurun Community House (formerly the Heschel School) located at 270 West 89th Street between West End Avenue and Broadway.


For more information about Darkhei Noam, please e-mail us at info@dnoam.org.

DN Updates

October 24-25 / 30 Tishrei-1 Cheshvan -

 

Mincha will begin at 5:50 pm.

 

Joe Septimus' class will be meeting at 8:45 am.

Davening Saturday morning will begin at 9:15 a.m. 

The text study will be given by Jonathan Wachter.

Kiddush this week is being sponsored by Lynn Montz and John Leubsdorf in honor of their son Noah Leubsdorf's Bar Mitzvah.

To renew your membership or join as a member for the first time please click here.

Children's Programming: On Shabbat morning, youth programming for children 4 and under will be in the large carpeted room on the third floor, groups for ages 5-8 will be in the first floor middle room and parashat hasahavuah for ages 5-9 will be in the chapel. Tot tefillah begins at approximately 11:15 am and childcare is available beginning at 9:30 am.


Scholar in Residence with Professor Gary Rendsburg, October 31-November 1 -

 

We are happy to announce that our first Scholar-in-Residence for the year 5775 is Professor Gary Rendsburg, the Blanche and Irving Laurie Professor of Jewish History at Rutgers University, who will be joining us on October 31-November 1.

Professor Rendsburg's teaching and research focus on ‘all things ancient Israel’ – primarily language and literature, though just as importantly history and archaeology. His academic pursuits also expand into the post-biblical and medieval periods, with special interest in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Cairo Geniza documents. He has authored six books and over 100 articles on these subjects.

Professor Rendsburg will speak three times  over the course of Shabbat, once after Friday night services (which begin at 5:40), in shul between Shacharit and Musaf; and lastly after a luncheon that will be held after Shabbat services on Saturday, November 1. Registration for the luncheon is required.

Professor Rendsburg's topic for all three talks is: "The Dead Sea Scrolls: The Texts and Their Significance for the History of Judaism."

To reserve a space for lunch, please click here. Lunch for adult members is $25; for adult non-members is $35; for students is  $18; for children is $15.

We wish to thank the anonymous donors who have generously made this program possible.


Mazel Tov -

 

Mazel Tov to Tamar and Joey Kaplan-Marans Nussbaum on the birth of Isaac! If you would like to bring or send them a meal, please click here to access their meal schedule.

 

Mazel Tov to Matthias Rebmann and Beckett Horowitz Rebmann on the birth of a baby girl! If you would like to bring or send them a meal, please click here to access their meal schedule.


Amazon Smile Program for Darkhei Noam -

 

An exciting new program called Amazon Smile offers the opportunity to share a portion of every purchase with Darkhei Noam! Don't forget to designate Darkhei Noam as your charity by going to Amazon Smile. Then, whenever you visit http://smile.amazon.com, Darkhei Noam will automatically benefit from your purchase.


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