Spiritual Life : Shabbat
Our Shabbat schedule aims to maximize the time we can spend together in meaningful and exciting outlets. Shabbat is the most effective tool in building our broad and open community.
A Typical Shabbat Schedule
Services: Reform (5th Fl, Bronfman Center), Conservative (2nd Fl, Bronfman Center), and Orthodox (19 W. 4th Street)
Student-run with strong advisement from Hillel rabbis and rabbinic interns
Dinner: Huge gathering of undergraduate and graduate students at both the Bronfman Center, 1st Floor and the Kosher Cafeteria in Weinstein Residence Hall. NYU and non-NYU Students MUST register by Thursday at noon of each week by swiping in the Kosher Cafeteria.
Special Event: Entertaining, engaging. Range from comedians to panels on social awareness.
Oneg: (Shabbat Enjoyment) Desserts at the location of the entertainment in a socially vibrant atmosphere.
Tish: Meditative songs and thoughts in a student apartment or at the Bronfman Center.
Services: Conservative (5th Fl, Bronfman Center), Orthodox (2nd Fl, Bronfman Center) and Learner’s (Weprin House, 5 East 10th Street)
Kiddush: Special kiddushes can be sponsored for occasions and are located on the 1st floor of the Bronfman Center.
Lunch: At the Kosher Cafeteria. NYU and non-NYU Students MUST register by Thursday at noon of each week by swiping in the Kosher Cafeteria.
Afternoon Services, Seudah Shishit and Havdallah: Conclusion of Shabbat with song and dance at the Bronfman Center, 1st and 2nd floors.