Posted by: chnightlife | April 2, 2008

Events April 3 – 7

This Thursday, April 3rd

Cost: $5


The 7 Circles

Understanding The Interplay of Life’s 7 Key Relationships

with Rabbi Shea Hecht

*Please arrive punctually to

avoid disturbing speaker’s address

Rabbi Shea HechtAs a life strategist with over 25 years experience, Rabbi Shea Hecht’s expertise centers on family crisis intervention, marriage counseling, and troubled youth/substance abuse counseling.

Rabbi Hecht is success in coaching and guiding couples at any stage of their relationship. His unique approach teaches couples how to resolve conflict, get rid of old habits, while at the same time infusing renewed excitement and energy into the marriage. He is innovative when dealing with the most sensitive of matters, and possesses an uncanny ability to identify the root of problems while formulating a plan of action to deal with them effectively. Rabbi Hecht is known for his warmth, charisma and humor. As an activist, he serves as a liaison between the government/law enforcement, fostering racial harmony and diversity in his community. Rabbi Shea is a sought after lecturer who has lectured in 20 states and over three different continents.

Note: Due to Shabbos ending late this time of yearNightlife weekend events will now 

be taking place on Sunday Evenings

 This Sunday, April 6th

Karate Belts

Cost: $5


Karate Class

with brown belt instructor Chanie (Freeman) Crayk

Here’s your chance to master proficiency and some essential skills of this self-defense technique.

* Bring along proper and comfortable attire for an action-packed session


Modest Girl This Monday, April 7th

Cost: $5

Head, Shoulders, Knees, And Toes

With Rabbi Asher Crispe
Profound Kabbalistic Insights On the Human Body and Modesty You Won’t Hear Anywhere Else!

*Please arrive punctually to

avoid disturbing speaker’s address

Rabbi Asher Crispe

Rabbi Asher Crispe is the Director of the Institute for Jewish Thought and Culture, an independent non-profit organization celebrating Jewish accomplishment in the arts and sciences. A doctoral student at New York University in Philosophy of Religion, Rabbi Crispe is a warm and engaging speaker whose talent is taking the esoteric and often inaccessible texts and concepts of Kabbalah and Chassidic philosophy and making them palpable and understandable to the general public.  Rabbi Crispe has appeared both on television and radio programs addressing some of the more complex subjects of the world today.


YeshiVacation post seminary program is back by popular demand. Join this summer in Israel for an exciting three weeks of intensive study!

Fascinating classes on a vast variety of subjects including Reshimos, Maamorim, Rashi Sichos, Hashkafa and Contemporary Ethics. Spend Shabbos in Chevron, Hike in the Galiliee, Farbreng and a whole lot more.

For more information and an application form visit

      NIGHTLIFE is a joint project of the CHJCC, BYIT, and TaHaras HaMishpocha Int’l 


                                           NIGHTLIFE is sponsored by the CHJCC


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