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Meet and Greet with Mira Davis
Tue / Aug 18 / 8:00 am
Cantorial Intern Mira Davis
Location: Register for Morning Minyan for Link and Password
After morning minyan, chat with new Cantorial Intern Mira Davis. Hear words of wisdom from her and learn more about PAS’s newest voice.
Women's Network Challah Bake
Wed / Aug 19 / 10:30 am
Break out your eggs and flour and learn to bake a beautiful challah with Carol Becker, just in time for the High Holidays! The owner of the storied William Greenberg Desserts, Becker will guide you through each step in real time. Bring your mixing bowls and meet us on Zoom!
Looking to the Past and Confronting Our Future
Wed / Aug 19 / 12:00 pm
Rabbi Ethan Witkovsky
The Park Avenue Synagogue archives – which contain more than 100 years of historical records – have been catalogued by the archivists at the Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary and are now housed permanently at JTS.
Summer Keynote Series
Seen It All: Reflections on a Lifetime of Public Service
When the challenges of today’s world seem insurmountable, what lessons can we take from our nation’s past to help guide our future? Listen to Madeleine Albright and Dr. Richard Haass in conversation with Rabbi Cosgrove. Madeleine Albright was Secretary of State under President Clinton. She is currently Chair of the Albright Stonebridge Group and Albright Capital Management. Her latest book, "Hell and Other Destinations," was published in April 2020. Dr. Richard Haass’ most recent book is "The World: A Brief Introduction."
Video Brings Us Together
Capture the Moment
We're creating videos featuring you with quick, funny moments that you and your family have as you get ready for and enjoy Shabbat. This could include anything from piling in front of the computer to watch services to enjoying a day in the park. Our video partner has provided tips and ideas for filming with your phone. Once you have a clip you like, please send it via Dropbox by Monday, August 17.
Share Your Story
Do you know someone who has lit the way for others during these past challenging months through caring, compassion, or kindness?
We want to honor and share their stories. Our hope is that through these stories, we can learn about and recognize these “PAS lamplighters” in our midst. A lamplighter might be someone who helped COVID patients, delivered food to those in need, aided another’s emotional well being, or helped in one of countless other ways. Fill out this form by August 14 so that we can recognize your friend, your family member, or even you yourself.
Our Virtual Campus
We're Here for You
“Even during this moment when the ground is shifting beneath us, we are not powerless. We are all stakeholders in our community. We can all connect with each other and work toward bettering our lives and the lives of those around us. With wisdom, courage, and quiet faith, we can turn anxiety to confidence and darkness to light.”
Rabbi Elliot J. Cosgrove, PhD
How You Can Help
As we face the public health crisis caused by COVID-19, we are committed to being a force for good in our city and around the world. You are an essential part of these efforts. Visit the Tikkun Olam page to learn how you can help.