Jewish Russian Learning Center
invites you to celebrate New Year of Chassidus.
Saturday, December 2, 8pm
44 Oswald place (Prince’s Bay)
The 19th day of the Hebrew month of Kislev is celebrated as the “Rosh Hashanah of Chassidism.” It was on this date, in the year 1798, that the founder of Chabad Chassidism, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi (1745–1812), was freed from his imprisonment in czarist Russia. More than a personal liberation, this was a watershed event in the history of Chassidism, heralding a new era in the revelation of the “inner soul” of Torah.
Rabbi Schneur Zalman saw these events as a reflection of what was transpiring Above. He regarded his arrest as but the earthly echo of a heavenly indictment against his revelation of the most intimate secrets of the Torah. And he saw his release as signifying his vindication in the heavenly court. Following his liberation on 19 Kislev, he redoubled his efforts, disseminating his teachings on a far broader scale, and with more detailed and “down-to-earth” explanations, than before.
The nineteenth of Kislev therefore marks the “birth” of Chassidism: the point at which it was allowed to emerge from the womb of “mysticism” into the light of day, to grow and develop as an integral part of Torah and Jewish life inner soul” of Torah.
Your Bar Mitzvah Journey Starts Here!
Learn About What It Means To Become A Bar Mitzvah Through An Amazing Bar Mitzvah Exploration Program
Visit time Senior Home with Menorah Lighting & Donuts
Making & Distribution of Shaloch Manos
PrePesach Trip to Brooklyn Matzah Factory
Thought Provoking Workshops
Father & Son Events
Friendships that will last a lifetime
Boys Ages 12-14
Open to all boys no matter where they are celebrating their Bar Mitzvah
Contact Us 718-569-5593
Sessions run bi-weekly. Individual lessons with Rabbi Eli Kogan or Rabbi Yitzchok Ahter are also available upon request.
call 718-569-5593 for details.
Bar Mitzvah Club yearly fee is $495.00 Payment plans are available.
$50 deposit required to reserve your spot.See More
Join our amazing Glow in the Dark Chanukah -an ultimate fun for kids!! Combine Glow in the dark, everyone's favorite, and Carnival booths, Dreidel bounce house and an amazing LED show, with everyone's favorite holiday and get an ultimate fun!
Glow Dance party
Neon face paint
Chanukah Swag Prizes
Dreidel Bounce house
Fun themed carnival booths!
Make your own latkes!
IDF Soldier presentation
Give & Get Beed bracelet - One for you, one for a child in Israel.
Refreshments & doughnuts!
Only $10 per child!! At the door price $15 space permitting!!
Too big for Kids club and too young for teen club? Thats not a problem.
Introducing, JRLC Junior Teen Club. A grown-up fin sized up for your child! Age-appropriate trips, projects and fun, while introducing Jewish concepts and building pride and love for Israel and Judaism.
Fun time spaced right - every second Tuesday at JRLC.See More
Kids club is a really special club, where kids are having fun while exploring Jewish crafts, heritage and learning. Too busy to join Hebrew school? Kids club is for you!! Every second Tuesday, it's a nice flow of amazing meetings, while spacing works best for moms too. Your child will be delighted and will be eagerly looking forward from one meeting to the next. Builds pride, love for Israel and appreciation of our roots.
Join us today. First session is scheduled for Tuesday, December 19. 6:30pmSee More
Join our energetic dance leader, a professional dancer, who would teach girls amazing moves of Jewish traditional dancing plus modern dancing incorporating acrobatics.
Let your girls express themselves in an amazing positive world of Jewish dance.
Try us for FREE
For girls only.See More
Got Bat Mitzvah? Join the Club! Amazing fun and upbeat way to prepare for the very important life milestone and to properly understand why Bat Mitzvah is important, what you should do to prepare and how to celebrate with the purpose.
Thursdays, 7:00 pm
Call 718-569-5593 for more info. Register to reserve your spot!!
Individual lessons by Mrs. Kogan also available including planning your program and making this day extra special for your daughter and you!See More
Stand with us, as we pray for Israel, peace and the release of the captives, as we mourn our brothers and sisters who were murdered, and for speedy recovery of wounded and for the UNITY of the Jewish people!!!
Every saturday, 1pm @JRLC
Followed by kiddush and inspiration discussion with our friends form Israel and their perspective on the situation.See More
Join our talented community as we sit together near fireplace, with candles on the table and share poetry, arts and the words of wisdom. An evening of inspiration, discoveries and more.See More
Everything you ever wanted to know about Judaism but were afraid to ask. Or just didn't have chance to.
Come to the comfortable environment of the Zaboroff family 285 Barbara St. and ask Rabbi Eli Kogan any question you want.
Stump the Rabbi is hosted by local families. Please inquire about address of the event by texting/calling 917-525-6889. Looking forward to seeing you!!See More
Join our amazing learners, who learn, enjoy and achieve. Try Aleph Hebrew school to give your child a gift of Heritage!!
Fun day event and orientation on Sunday, September 10, 10:30am
Give your child a year of fun upbeat learning, where your child will beg you to take him/her to school!!
Aleph Hebrew school gives your child a sense of pride of being Jewish, Hebrew reading skills and vocabulary, Jewish heroes, Jewish History, modern day Judaism, overall familiarity with different Jewish concepts and general knowledge as well as Holiday, Israel and much more.
Free try outs! See if your child likes us!
For More information call, text, whats app, pm 646-702-3952
To promote and strengthen Jewish awareness, pride and identity by providing educational, cultural and social activities and services to all Jewish individuals and families regardless of affiliation or background with special emphasis on the programs that target Russian-speaking Jews. Treasuring the infinite value of every individual, JRLC is committed to enriching the lives of every single Jew in Staten Island and Tri-State Area through its multiple programs and educational, social and religious services and media projects.Our Mission