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Friday services are LIVESTREAMED on Facebook.
Friday, June 28 / 26 Sivan, 6:30 pm Kabbalat Shabbat Service
at Masonic Hall, 46 W 24th Street; ONLY entrance at 71 W 23rd Street
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Pulitzer Prize Winning Playwright
Sunday, June 30
This year, we're marching in both the Queer Liberation March and the NYC Pride March! Join us for either or both, wearing a CBST shirt, cap, or umbrella hat (purchase online and pick up at CBST during office hours).
- Queer Liberation March: Meet at 9am in front of Bleecker Street Pizza, 69 7th Avenue before marching the historic 1970 Christopher Street Liberation March route. More information and updates here!
- **UPDATE** NYC Pride March: CBST will march with all the other LGBTQ Jewish groups this year! Line up is at 1pm at 31st Street, between Madison & Park Avenues. More details here!
Support CBST's OPEN DOOR and PRIDE Advocacy
Enter a "SHOUT OUT" in the June 28 PRIDE Shabbat Bulletin.
If you do not receive a confirmation email after ordering, please call the CBST office (212 929 9498 x 815) to confirm your purchase. All orders for pick-up on June 28 must be placed before the office closes at 2pm.
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MIYA ROTSTEIN grew up in Montreal in a tri-lingual home and graduated from McGill University with a degree in Cultural Studies. She has been developing creative arts based Jewish curricula, teaching Hebrew language, Jewish studies and Torah/ Haftorah preparation to both children and adults in NYC for over 15 years. Miya also works as an artist and personal chef and has been active at CBST since 1999. Email her at email@example.com
NORA ISACOFF is excited to join the Limmud staff, where she can combine two of her greatest passions: teaching and CBST! Nora has a PhD in cognitive psychology focusing on language development, and she completed a postdoctoral fellowship in literacy education. At CBST, Nora serves as Vice Chair of Aleinu (the 20s/30s group) and sings in the chorus. Outside of CBST, she has her own practice working with children who have special learning needs, and she holds the title of research scientist at NYU, where she consults on education policy. Nora spends as much of her free time as possible playing with her dog, Sophie, in Prospect Park.
REBECCA TEMKIN is a recent graduate of Barnard College and is interested in French, francophone studies, and human rights. She enjoys music, rock climbing and traveling and has spent abroad, especially in both France and Israel. She is a second generation member of CBST. She was one of the first babies named at our synagogue and has enjoyed being a part of the CBST community her whole life.
JENNIFER KLEINBAUM is honored to teach Kitah Yarok (Green) in addition to working as Development Assistant for CBST. She brings education and administrative experience from her service as the Executive Director of Tenafly Nature Center in NJ. She has worked with the Audubon Society of Florida and the Long Island Aquarium building organizational capacity and developing programs for fledgling environmental institutions. She has a certificate in Fundraising (NYU) and degrees in Educational Technology (MS/LIU) and Marine Biology (BS/Cornell). Jennifer is committed to the CBST mission and, since her first service as a teenager, is drawn to our community emanating love for one another.