Join us for Shabbat

  • Shabbat services
  • Kiddush lunch
  • A warm, welcoming community

Upcoming Speakers

Kehilat Rayim Ahuvim
Shabbat Acharei Mot/Shabbat Mevorchim
May 6-7, 2016

 Candle lighting: 7:41 pm

Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat/Maariv: 7:00 pm Prof. Jerome Chanes will deliver the dvar Torah.

Parsha class with Rabbi Mintz: 8:45 am

Morning services: 9:15 am

Speaker: Peter Geffen

Kiddush/lunch following services is sponsored by Leonard & Susan Aconsky in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Sid Aconsky.

Mr. Banks Memorial Talmud Class: 6:30 pm

Mincha: 7:30 pm

Seudah Shlishit: 7:50 pm -- Seudah Shlishit is sponsored by Bella Hass Weinberg in commemoration of the yahrzeit of her mother, Roza (Weissman) Hass, Reyzel bas Shmuel Elimelekh a”h. The yahrzeit is 27 Nissan, Yom ha-Shoah. Bella will deliver the dvar Torah on the topic of “My Mother's Yiddish Proverbs: Translation and Application.”

Maariv: 8:30 pm

Shabbat ends: 8:41 pm

SPEAKER May 7, 2016

Peter Geffen will deliver the lecture on the topic of “Recognizing Moral Grandeur and Spiritual Audacity in ‘The Other’: The Story of an Arab King and the Shoah.” Peter is founder of the Abraham Joshua Heschel School and founder and Director of Kivunim, The Institute for World Jewish Studies.


May 14th: Tali Adler will deliver the lecture.

May 21st: Rabbi Moshe Sokolow will deliver the lecture.

May 28th: Rabbi Mintz will deliver the lecture.


 The annual reading of names will take place on Wednesday night, May 4th at Congregation Rodeph Sholom, 7 West 83rd St. KRA’s slot is 1-1:30 am.


The Upper West Side will be observing Yom Haatzmaut on Wednesday, May 11th beginning with Mincha and a Yom HaZikaron program and a special musical Maariv. This will be followed by a Moshav Band concert. The program begins with Mincha at 6:20 and will be held at The Jewish Center.


A generous donation was made by Carl Wisotsky in honor of Sharon and Rabbi Mintz.

 A generous donation was made by Bella Weinberg in honor of Rabbi Mintz.

 A generous donation was made by Ernst and Helen Weglein with grateful thanks to Rabbi Adam Mintz.


Rabbi Mintz’s Spring Series will begin on May 10th at 8 pm at the JCC. We will continue studying the Thirteen Principles of Faith of Rambam.

All of Rabbi Mintz’s lectures as well as source materials are available at