BETH AM, THE PEOPLE'S TEMPLE
at 10:00 am
We meet at FORT WASHINGTON COLLEGIATE CHURCH - in the WORSHIP ARTS ROOM on the lower level.
Please come through the main gate on 181st Street and Fort Washington Avenue and come downstairs.
Join Beth Am, the People’s Temple and the Hebrew Tabernacle of Washington Heights for a day of community service. Projects include making brown-bagged lunches for Inwood’s Love Kitchen; toiletry kits for homeless LGBTQ youth in Harlem; get-well cards for hospitalized children in Washington Heights; social action letter-writing on behalf of Amnesty International prisoners of conscience, and to members of the Republican leadership; knitting hats/scarves/gloves to keep people warm; and more. If you are able to donate sample/travel-sized toiletries in advance, please bring them to 551 Ft. Washington Ave. on Wednesday (10am-6pm) or Friday (10am-2pm). This venue is partially accessible.
Light refreshments will be served at the event. An RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org / 646-883-6119 is helpful for planning purposes, but not required.
Shabbat services at Fort Washington Collegiate Church:
Kabbalat Shabbat at 7 p.m. on the 1st shabbat of the month - including May 31st.
Morning service at 10 a.m. on the 2nd and 4th shabbatot of the month - led by Cantor Sandy Horowitz.
We invite you to join us for Shabbat services. Our services are uniquely musical, prayerful, and participatory. Our history in Washington Heights goes back to 1950, and our reputation in the neighborhood is for being heimish and open to a variety of understandings of Jewish spirituality.
— What We Do —
In addition to holding shabbat services, we take part in social action projects, and partner with other organizations and programs in the community. We provide mutual support during life cycle events and hold adult education classes.