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1st Night Shavuot Dinner May 16th – With Rabbi Naftali Citron and Rabbi Nehemia Polen


  • Rabbi Nehemia Polen Speaker
  • Rabbi Naftali Citron Speaker
May 16, 2021 7:49 pm May 16, 2021 11:45 pm America/New_York 1st Night Shavuot Dinner May 16th – With Rabbi Naftali Citron and Rabbi Nehemia Polen

Shavuot Dinner 1st Night With Rabbi Naftali Citron and Rabbi Nehemia Polen Sunday, May 16th at 9:15 PM SOLD OUT! We are so excited to welcome you back into The Carlebach Shul for our first dinner since the beginning of the pandemic. Precautions are still necessary, and so this dinner will only be open to those who have been fully vaccinated. If you are interested in attending, you MUST send us your proof of vaccination. Email a picture of your vaccine card to [email protected] If we do not have your proof of vaccination, you will not be allowed into the dinner. Nehemia Polen, professor of Jewish thought, director of the Hasidic Text Institute at Boston’s Hebrew College, and an ordained rabbi, is the author of The Holy Fire: The Teachings of Rabbi Kalonymus Shapira, the Rebbe of the Warsaw Ghetto. He is a contributing commentator to My Peoples Prayer Book, a multivolume Siddur incorporating diverse perspectives on the liturgy. A recipient of the National Jewish Book Award, Nehemia has studied with and served as a teaching fellow for Elie Wiesel and was a visiting scholar at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. His most recent work, written with Rabbi Lawrence Kushner, is Filling Words with Light: Hasidic and Mystical Reflections on Jewish Prayer. His new soon-to-be published book, Stop, Look, Listen, reintroduces Shabbos as a totally immersive spiritual experience, based on the teachings of the great Chassidic masters. $45 for members, $55 for non-members, with a $5 discount if reserved before Thursday, May 13th. No cancellations after Friday, May 14th at 9:00 AM. Dinner will be pareve, with dairy dessert. It will be followed by Tikkun Leil Shavuot – details to come. The Carlebach Shul strives to provide a beautiful experience for everyone participating in our Shabbat or Yom Tov dinners. A typical dinner commences approximately 2 hours after Mincha begins. These dinners provide a unique opportunity for both members and visitors to celebrate Shabbat together in a lively and inviting setting. Attendees can expect delicious food, lots of singing, and inspiring words of Torah from the world-renowned scholars-in-residence who join us for these dinners.

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Shavuot Dinner 1st Night

With Rabbi Naftali Citron and Rabbi Nehemia Polen

Sunday, May 16th at 9:15 PM
SOLD OUT!

We are so excited to welcome you back into The Carlebach Shul for our first dinner since the beginning of the pandemic. Precautions are still necessary, and so this dinner will only be open to those who have been fully vaccinated. If you are interested in attending, you MUST send us your proof of vaccination. Email a picture of your vaccine card to [email protected]If we do not have your proof of vaccination, you will not be allowed into the dinner.

Nehemia Polen, professor of Jewish thought, director of the Hasidic Text Institute at Boston’s Hebrew College, and an ordained rabbi, is the author of The Holy Fire: The Teachings of Rabbi Kalonymus Shapira, the Rebbe of the Warsaw Ghetto. He is a contributing commentator to My Peoples Prayer Book, a multivolume Siddur incorporating diverse perspectives on the liturgy. A recipient of the National Jewish Book Award, Nehemia has studied with and served as a teaching fellow for Elie Wiesel and was a visiting scholar at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. His most recent work, written with Rabbi Lawrence Kushner, is Filling Words with Light: Hasidic and Mystical Reflections on Jewish Prayer. His new soon-to-be published book, Stop, Look, Listen, reintroduces Shabbos as a totally immersive spiritual experience, based on the teachings of the great Chassidic masters.

$45 for members, $55 for non-members, with a $5 discount if reserved before Thursday, May 13th. No cancellations after Friday, May 14th at 9:00 AM.

Dinner will be pareve, with dairy dessert. It will be followed by Tikkun Leil Shavuot – details to come.


The Carlebach Shul strives to provide a beautiful experience for everyone participating in our Shabbat or Yom Tov dinners. A typical dinner commences approximately 2 hours after Mincha begins. These dinners provide a unique opportunity for both members and visitors to celebrate Shabbat together in a lively and inviting setting. Attendees can expect delicious food, lots of singing, and inspiring words of Torah from the world-renowned scholars-in-residence who join us for these dinners.