Park Avenue Synagogue’s community has continued to grow, with virtual programming reaching across the globe. We are proud to be able to go with you wherever you are — praying, marking milestones, and learning with our ever-expanding PAS family through ongoing favorite programs and new opportunities alike.
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Theresa Bernstein and Portrayals of Early Twentieth Century Immigrant Life in New York
Wed / Jun 9 / 12:00 pm
Liz Diament and Rabbi Savenor
Explore the early work of Theresa Bernstein, possibly the only artist to have made and exhibited art in every decade of the twentieth century.
An Accident Waiting to Happen: President John Tyler and the Jews
Wed / Jun 16 / 12:00 pm
When President Harrison unexpectedly died in 1841, John Tyler became the first vice president to assume the presidency. Riddled with mishaps and mistakes, Tyler’s complicated legacy intersects with Jewish history.
The Women of Shtisel
Thu / Jun 17 / 1:00 pm
Dr. Michal Raucher
Zoom. Register for link.
When most of us think about ultra-Orthodox Jews, we might imagine men wearing long black coats and black hats. The hit Netflix show Shtisel has plenty such men, but it also has many strong female characters.
Teens: New Board Installation: Teen Leadership Council (TLC)
Thu / May 20 / 8:00 pm
In this moment of transition, we will honor the amazing work of our teen leaders from last school year and celebrate the new board. We’ll pass on the responsibilities and share memories from this wacky year together.
Young Family Education
New York Metropolitan Region FJMC Honoree Program
Sun / May 23 / 6:30 pm
Zoom. Register for Zoom link.
This year’s virtual Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs annual program will honor PAS members Devon Klein as our Man of the Year and Jordan Klein as our Youth of the Year.
Understanding and Confronting Antisemitism
Tue / Jun 1 / 7:00 pm
Mitch Silber, Eric Ward, Rebecca Federman, and Rabbi Zuckerman
Zoom. Register through UJA.
Since the recent fighting between Israel and Hamas, there has been an unprecedented rise in antisemitism across the globe and in our local community. In just the last few days, hate crimes – from vandalism to verbal and physical attacks – are rising at an alarming rate.