• Health + Wellness - Makom: Meditation + Mindfulness

  • Tue, Jan 02 - Thu, May 31

  • JCC Manhattan - 334 AMSTERDAM AVE AT 76TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10023

  • 05:45 PM - 06:45 PM

  • Free for Everybody

Join gifted meditation teachers every weekday morning and four afternoons a week in the JCC Makom space for gentle instruction, sitting practice, and Q&A. No registration necessary. Free for all, but contributions suggested ($5 per session). There is a donation box on the wall in their meditation space. 

Faculty: Jon Aaron, Rachel Cowan, Sheila Lewis, Sheldon Lewis, Jonathan Slater, Linda Thal, and members of the Makom Havurah

For more information on Makom programming please contact Susie Kessler at 646.505.5726 or


  • Communities - 60+

  • JCC Manhattan - 334 AMSTERDAM AVE AT 76TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10023

  • Wed, Jan 03 - Wed, Apr 25

  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Free for Everybody

Engage in thought-provoking discussions about controversial issues. Identify and dissect social and political hot topics with an intelectually stimulating group.

Beineinu's Allison Epstein Brings You a New Concert Series!



Soprano Allison Charney and violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins will present Israeli composer Moshe Knoll's lush setting of Psalm 133. Maestro Jason Tramm will conduct veteran actor of stage and screen Jordan Charney in Schoenberg's gripping cantata "A Survivor from Warsaw"  along with a special performance by the Seton Hall Chorus.

  • Mon, Mar 05, 2018 at 7:30pm
  • Mon, Apr 23, 2018 at 1:00pm
  • Buy tickets here. 

Songs For Syrians

SAVE THE DATE -- June 20, 2018

Syria Fund - Raising awareness and resources for Syrian refugees in Jordan.

Join Beineinu for a night of music and culture to raise money for Songs for Syrians, a music education program for Syrian refugee children in Jordan!

Songs For Syrians is a music education program designed for Syrian refugee children in Jordan created by New York City-based non-profits The Syria Fund and S’Cool Sounds.

Music director and concert musician Nina Stern and Montessori music educator Matilda Giampietro, PhD have developed an innovative approach to the group study of instrumental music and dance using recorders and local percussion instruments. With an emphasis on local musical traditions, Songs for Syrians aims to celebrate Syrian culture while bringing unique approaches to music education mastered in the United States.