May 26, 2013
The City Congregation is excited to announce our second online auction from May 26 to June 8, featuring a variety of fabulous treasures at amazing prices. And every purchase raises money for the congregation.
We are collecting donations from now until May 11. What can you give? How about…
Handmade crafts and artwork
Antiques you no longer collect
Tickets to a show
Lessons in knitting, baseball, filmmaking, or whatever you’re good at
A gourmet meal at the winner’s home
A barbecue at your own home
A trip on your yacht
Anything else you can think of
Please email Jessica Sumaryo at email@example.com with a description of the items or service you’d like to donate. If you only have a vague idea for something, we will work with you to make it a reality. So clean out your treasures, offer your services, and spread the word to your nearest and dearest to bid.
The catalog of items available for bidding will be sent out on May 19, and the auction will be conducted through our Giving Works eBay page.
May 31, 2013
Join us for our annual tribute to our special volunteers, board members, and leaders of the congregation. Celebrate the graduation of our KidSchool students. Then test your Jewish knowledge! See how much Jewish trivia you know!
Reservations for dinner are required with credit card payment by Tuesday, May 28. Use the form below or call the office at (212) 213-1002.
Year End Wrap-Up
No Kehilla Circle or Snacks. Students and parents go directly to class.
June 25, 2013
Join members and friends of The City Congregation for Humanistic Judaism for a celebration of Gay and Lesbian Pride Month at the Riverdale home of Randye Bernfeld.
All are welcome.
Address and directions will be sent when you register using the form below or by calling the office at (212) 213-1002.
September 5, 2013
Join us for a beautiful and moving service of music and contemplation that expresses traditional Rosh Hashanah themes while honoring human reason and human dignity. Our celebration combines familiar passages with innovative language so that cultural Jews can mark these holidays in a way that is consistent with humanistic beliefs.
Learn more about our High Holiday services.
Children attend their own participatory program and join the rest of the congregation for the blowing of the shofar.
There will be no meal following the service this year, but members are arranging an informal gathering at a nearby restaurant.
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