In The News: How Rabbis Are Trying To Make The Conservative Movement More Gay-Friendly
Coming to a Taxi Near You!
“Lau-Lavie and other Conservative rabbis are pushing for more change. Their activism represents one instance of how queer leadership is pushing the movement to modify its approach on a range of issues, including the study of Torah, the place of intermarried families and how synagogues are run.”
I’m Finally Ready to Reveal…
Check out this promo video for Thrive NYC’s Weekend of Faith For Mental Health, led by First Lady Chirlane McCray and hitting taxi screens across NYC today!
Lab/Shul is proud to be joining 1000+ houses of worship to reach a quarter of a million New Yorkers, spotlighting the issue of mental health to break down stigma and educate. Join us.
One in Five: Lab/Shul joins Thrive NYC on Mental Health Focus
Join Lab/Shul for the celebration of our fourth year + the revelation of our groundbreaking response to intermarriage and the evolving identities of Jewish Americans. . JOIN US. WELCOME. . June 13, 2017 7-10 pm Manny Cantor Center 197 East Broadway NYC . . 6PM • VIP Reception for Welcome Committee and VIP Guests . […]
Judaism Unbound, Episode 29: Lab/Shul – Amichai Lau-Lavie
One in five New Yorkers are dealing with some sort of mental health challenge. This was just one of the startling facts I learned yesterday from New York City’s First Lady. Chirlane McCray, very elegant and super friendly, hosted local faith leaders and mental health professionals from all over the city for a festive breakfast […]
What role do art and artists play in contemporary Judaism? Amichai Lau-Lavie, founder, Executive Director, and Spiritual Director of Lab/Shul, joins Dan and Lex to kick off a unit of episodes exploring that question in detail. He speaks about his own experiences leading an artist-driven community, and he takes on a variety of related questions […]