The Parashat Club meets once a month to participate in a discussion of a chosen parashat that month and the Haftarat of that prophet connected with the parashat.
Rabbi Romiel Daniel gives an overview of the parashat. Charles Lehat discusses the Haftarat giving an analysis of the prophets life and time - and history of that period.
Held after the Sabbath Service at 12:30pm, the food is on us!
If you love literature and enjoy lively, thoughtful discussions about it, the Book Discussion Group is the place for you. We are a diverse group — with no shortage of differing thoughts, feelings, and opinions — but we come together over our shared love of reading.
Everything is up for discussion in the Hebrew Conversation Club, where members drive the conversation. We meet every Monday evening at RPJC. Please see Joyce Fefferman if you would like to join.
The RPJC council is a member of the Queens Jewish Community Council whose special services are available to our members and the Jewish community at large. For more information, call 718.544.0033. To speak to the Mobile Outreach Team, call 718.686.3366. In the case of true emergency, call 911 or Hatzolah.
Expression in the Artsmeets 4 or 5 times during the year. The focus is giving local poets and writers an opportunity to be heard and enjoyed in a relaxed atmosphere.
Refreshments are served - admittance $3.00. Invited are all those who enjoy listening to readings of poetry and literary works.
A Biblical Drama project is dramatizing the actions of the personalities in the Biblical family, the Purim story and others in a humorous vein. Actors and writers are welcome to participate.
The Women In Judaism Series meets once a month to discuss the role women played in our heritage throughout Jewish history. Featured are Lectures by Cynthia Zalisky, Executive Director of the Queens Jewish Community Council, and presentations by Noreen Daniel, a B'nai Israel Jew of India, discussing Jewish Women's roles in cultures throughout the world.
Focus of the Series is the empowerment of Jewish Women.
What better way to celebrate our heritage than to come to our Yiddish Vinkel? We conduct club meetings in Yiddish, read stories and poems and sing Yiddish songs. The atmosphere is warm andfrailach; all levels of Yiddish enthusiasts are welcome!
We meet every Wednesday afternoon at 12:30pm for a nosh and a schmooze, come brush up on your Yiddish and make your bubbe proud.