The annual Revel Shabbaton in Washington Heights offers a great opportunity to socialize with classmates, fellow students, and faculty. This year’s Shabbaton will be on Shabbat Vayakhel-Pekude/Parah, March 13–14, 2015.

Highlights include a Friday night dinner catered by Carlos and Gabby’s, Oneg featuring a student-led text exchange “The Profound, the Wacky and the Controversial,” and Shabbat lunch home hospitality meals, and shiurim by our guest faculty, Dr. Mordechai Cohen, Professor of Bible and Associate Dean, and Dr. Daniel Rynhold, Associate Professor of Jewish Philosophy and Director of the PhD Program.

Attendance is free. Open to all current Revel students, alumni (space limited), and prospective students (space limited), and their significant others. Reservations are required. Please click here to RSVP, propose a primary text for the Friday night oneg, and to volunteer to host a Shabbat lunch meal in your apartment.sign up below. Registration deadline: Sunday, March 8th.

Full Schedule:

  • Minha, Kabbalat Shabbat, and Maariv, at Shenk Shul, 560 W185th St.
  • Carlos and Gabby’s group dinner at Shenk Shul
  • Oneg following dinner at Shenk Shul (10:00 p.m):
    Student-led primary text exchange: “The Profound, the Wacky and the Controversial”
  • Shaharit at Mt. Sinai Jewish Center, 136 Bennet Ave. Guest sermon by Professor Cohen
  • Shabbat lunch home hospitality meals
  • Community Seudah Shlishit at Mt. Sinai Jewish Center, featuring a presentation by Professor Rynhold

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