Tish, Yiddish, literally “table,” a gathering of Hasidim around their rebbe. In Hasidic Judaism, a tish refers to any joyous public celebration, gathering, or meal at the “table” of the rabbi.
Join Rabbi Greyber Thursday nights for a study of the weekly parsha, often but not always from a Hasidic perspective, with tea and nosh around the Rabbi’s dining room table.
The study will begin at 7:30 pm and advance RSVP is requested due to space limitations. You can sign up for 1 week or all 17.
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