Community Purim Megillah Reading and Party – Wednesday, March 4th, 7:30pm
7:30pm – Maariv and Megillah reading – come in costume to a traditional reading of the Purim story read by some of Brooklyn’s finest chanters.
9:00pm – Celebrate Purim with drinks, snacks, Hamentaschen, party music and, best of all, your friends throughout the BK Jewish community!
Cost for party: $10 per person; the Megillah reading is free! RSVP here
Race Prospect Park with Altshul! – April 19, 2015
Join fellow Altshulers for a the Broklyn 15K run in beautiful Prospect Park and a post-run brunch on Sunday morning, April 19, 2015. There are 5K, 10K, and 15K options, as well as a run for kids. To join us, register here for the run, and then let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to receive notifications about the brunch. Let’s run our park together!
Inter-generational Beit Midrash Winter Session
The Beit Midrash is a fun, friendly and fascinating learning experience. The remaining sessions take place on:
Feb. 28 (adults only), 8am-10am
March 14, 8am-10am
March 28, 8am-10am
The Beit Midrash meets at CBE, and is open to adults and children in first grade or above. To find out more, join the weekly email list by clicking here.
New to Altshul?
Step one: join the weekly email list by clicking here. The weekly email is the best place to find out about what’s happening at Altshul, including shabbat davening, holidays, social events, etc. Step two: come to shul or another event! If you have questions, email email@example.com.
How to Get More Involved – Join a Team!
Altshul is a fully volunteer led minyan and community, and we invite you (yes, you) to get more involved. Every Altshuler helps set up shul at least once a year, but you can also join one of the ritual, management and operations, or community building teams. To sign up for your annual shift, or learn how to get more involved, click here.
Altshulers Encouraged to Join CBE
Altshul encourages our active participants to become members of the synagogue that houses us, Congregation Beth Elohim (CBE). For the better part of a decade, CBE has provided the Altshul community with space, maintenance staff, and all manner of support. CBE has never charged Altshul for our use of CBE’s resources, instead inviting us to become a part of CBE’s vibrant and diverse Jewish community. This kind of support from CBE has made Altshul’s growth and flourishing possible.
Several years ago, CBE created a special level of membership with a reduced price. We encourage all Altshulers to become members of CBE at either the full or Amit level. Please click here for the registration form and to review the benefits available for each type of membership. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.