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Who's Gonna Love Me Now
Tuesday, June 26 | 7:30pm

whosgonnalovemenowSaar is an HIV positive gay man living in London, originally from a religious kibbutz. He craves his family’s love, while they struggle with fears and prejudices. Saar and the London Gay Men’s Chorus provide a glorious soundtrack about the power of forgiveness and home.
Hosted by Rabbi Stoloff

Informal Brunch at the Home of Kathy & Rabbi David Gelfand - East Hampton
Sunday, July 15 | 10:30am-1pm
In East Hampton - Directions will be sent to registered guests 1 week prior

rabbigelfandPlease join us for an informal brunch at the home of Kathy & Rabbi Gelfand. Drop by for a quick bite...or stay and visit. Look forward to seeing you!

Tuesday, July 17 | 7:30pm

definaceHear the true story of Jewish resistance fighters that inspired the movie from Albert and Ralph Berger, editors of With Courage Shall We Fight!Based on an extraordinary true story, Defiance is an epic tale of family, honor, vengeance, and the salvation of the Bielski Partisans in WWII. From the children of the real-life partisan heroes, Murray and Frances Berger, hear the original story first-hand.
Hosted by Cantor Altshul

Informal Weekend of Learning & Community with Dr. Stephen S. Berk
Friday, August 10 - Sunday, August 12
In East Hampton - Directions will be sent to registered guests 1 week prior

stephenberkDr. Stephen S. Berk - Professor of History, Union College, Schenectady, NY - leads an informal weekend of learning and community for our members and friends.

Friday, August 10
- Shabbat Service with Rabbi Gelfand
At the home of Bobbie Seril, Bridgehampton

Saturday, August 11
- Shabbat Service with Rabbi Gelfand
11:15am - Dr. Berk - Hatred Rising: Here, There, Everywhere
At the home of Judy & Stuart Mencher, East Hampton

Sunday, August 12
9:30am -
- Dr. Berk - Foreign Policy in the Age of Trump
At the home of Kathy & Rabbi David Gelfand, East Hampton

The Meyerowitz Stories
Tuesday, August 14 | 7:30pm

meyerowitzsotiresThis comedic drama stars Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Dustin Hoffman, Elizabeth Marvel, Grace Van Patten, and Emma Thompson. An intergenerational tale of an estranged family gathering in NYC to celebrate and contend with their father and his artistic work.
Hosted by Barry Shainker, Religious School Assistant Director