THIS MONTH: A celebration of Pride and Presence, featuring guest artist Julian Fleisher, guest speaker Edafe Okporo (Executive Director of RDJ Refugee Center and advocate for human rights of LGBTQ, immigrants, and minorities) + special guest artists and poets to help us mark the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall.
Friday, June 21, 2019
6–7pm Happy Hour (Open Bar 21+)
7–8:30pm Live musical liturgy, poetry, and contemplative pause
8:30+ Catered Vegetarian Community Feast (Advanced Purchase Required)
What to Do
1. FREE – RSVP REQUIRED
2. Please bring a food offering for Happy Hour: vegetarian snacks, fruit, cheese, dips, or even something more substantial!
3. Lab/Shul is committed to keeping Shabbat free for everyone, but we really can’t do it without you. Please make a donation of any amount that feels comfortable to you – a gift from your heart to ours.
Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie, Ritual Leader
Naomi Less, Ritual Leader
Rabbi Emily Cohen, Ritual Leader
Julian Fleisher, Special Guest Artist
Hadar Noiberg, Flute
Daniel Ori, Bass
Richie Barshay, Percussion
Lab/Shul is an everybody friendly, artist-driven, God-optional, experimental community for sacred Jewish gatherings based in NYC, reaching the world. The Lab/Shul community is dedicated to exploring, creating and celebrating innovative opportunities for contemplation, life cycle rituals, the arts, life-long learning and social justice. Building on Storahtelling’s vision and practice, Lab/Shul seeks to redefine the role of sacred gatherings that nourish our thirst for meaning, connection, spirituality and community.
Lab/Shul is a project of Storahtelling, led by Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie, Storahtelling senior educators, artists and lay leaders.
Date + Time
Friday, June 21
The Main Gallery
51 Bergen St.