Brooklyn Heights Synagogue Plans Pride Month Event

The Brooklyn Heights Synagogue, at 131 Remsen Street (between Clinton and Henry) is having a special Shabbat service Friday evening, June 14, in honor of Pride Month. This from the Synagogue:

Brooklyn Heights Synagogue supports Pride month with a special celebration of our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning friends, families and allies. Pride Shabbat Evening Service will take place Friday, June 14th. We will begin the evening at 6:00pm with a light snack and wine. 6:30pm candle lighting and services with guests Rabbi Nikki DeBlosi, performance artist and Rabbi at NYU Bronfman center, and Marc Solomon, National Campaign Director for Freedom to Marry. Services will be led by Rabbi Serge Lippe, Rabbi Molly Kane and Cantor Nancy Bach. After services we will continue our celebration with a festive oneg!

The event is free and all are invited. There’s more information here.

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  • Bloomy

    Nice to see a religious institution that is preaching acceptance instead of hatred.

  • Lady in the Heights

    This is a wonderful thing. All are welcome!