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Welcome to our new site! January 23, 2011

Welcome to Tikvat Yisrael’s brand new website! On this site you’ll find information about TY events, our mission and team, and other resources for the Upper West Side and broader NYC Jewish community. Visit often and we look forward to seeing you at our next event!

TY 25 – January 20th December 22, 2011

Tikvat Yisrael is proud to bring you TY 25 on January 20th. Featuring Kehillat Hadar, The Orthodox Minyan, The Liberal Minyan, and Ariella Goldfein from UJA Federation.

“Changing Landscape, Evolving Roles: The Jewish Community and Young Adults”

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TY 24 – September 9th August 28, 2011

Tikvat Yisrael is proud to bring you TY 24 on September 9th. Featuring Kehillat Hadar, The Orthodox Minyan, The Liberal Minyan, Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofsky and Doctor Michelle Friedman.

“10 years later, The Jewish experience in response to September 11th, grief, and mourning.”

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Save The Date August 5, 2011

TY 24 will be September 9th, 2011. Look for more details to come. We hope to see everyone there.

TY 23 – June 24th May 31, 2011

Tikvat Yisrael is proud to bring you TY 23 on June 24th.  Featuring Kehillat Hadar, The Orthodox Minyan, The Liberal Minyan, and Professor Samuel Freedman.

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TY 22 – April 8th March 11, 2011

Tikvat Yisrael is proud to bring you TY 22 featuring three minyan options:  a vibrant Orthodox minyan, a Traditional Egalitarian minyan that is a collaboration of Ansche Chesed and Kehilat Hadar, and Shabbat Unplugged: Shaaray Tefila‘s Rockin’ Reform Minyan, followed by dinner, and a talk by Rabbi James Ponet, the Howard M. Holtzman Jewish Chaplain of Yale University.  Rabbi Ponet has led the Yale Jewish community for 30 years, is a graduate of the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion, a  founding fellow of the Shalom Hartman Institute and has taught classes at both Yale College and the Yale Law school with such notables as Dr. Ruth Westheimer.  He will be delivering a talk entitled “Why are there Jews in the world?  How Jewish prayer and practice across the spectrum attempts to answer this question”.

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What’s New January 23, 2010

Thank you for joining us at TY 20, on Friday, December 17! Those of you who were there enjoyed our continuing series discussing streams of Judaism, featuring Rabbi David Ingber, Founder and Spiritual Leader of Romemu, who spoke on “Underpinnings of Renewal Judaism.”

We hope to see you at TY 21, Friday, February 11, featuring two speakers from the National Havurah Committee speaking on “Underpinnings of Havurah Judaism, The Havurah Movement, Then and Now.”

GET EXCITED for the launch of our new week-night educational series featuring a variety of teachers on topics related to prayer and the common themes that bind us together as a Jewish community Check back soon for more information!