‘… if you would, do not go on without stopping by … Let some water be brought, and wash your feet. Rest under the tree. I will get a morsel of bread for you to refresh yourselves. Then you can continue on your way. After all, you are passing by my house.’ Bereishit 18:3-5
At SHJC we see ourselves as Abraham and Sarah, with our tent open to you, typically with something to nosh! Please join us, even if you are only passing through. As you will see from this portal, there is much here we offer for you and yours. Learn about our people and our programs.
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A unique High Holiday experience for young families. Come join us on Sunday, September 13 at 10:30 AM for a Rosh Hashanah interactive green screen activity then stay for an origami lesson and fold paper into apples and bees. All you need is paper–a square cut is best but any size or kind will do! For more information, please Continue Reading »
Join us on Wednesday, September 16 at 7 PM for a Honey Cake Happening for a Hamish and Happy New Year. We will gather in our kitchens to bake a honey cake for the holidays!
May you and your family be inscribed in the Book of Life for a Happy, Healthy, and Sweet New Year. Learn more about how to: Pre-register for our virtual High Holiday services High Holiday service times Observe the mitzvah of Tashlikh Order your Lulav and Etrog Help those in need through Project Replenish See pictures Continue Reading »
We will be holding our Summer of Ahava Friday night Shabbat services outdoors starting August 7, weather permitting. Our last outdoor services will be Friday, August 21. Check back to see if it will resume.
In order to support Long Islanders in need during these trying times, Sisterhood is asking for donations to be passed along to various local organizations.
Please click here to get the weekly message from Rabbi Michael Gold, who is the Rabbi at Temple Beth Torah, Tamarac Jewish Center in Tamarac, Florida. His message is one of the handouts at our in-person Shabbat Services, so we are including it here for those who are interested.
Our next Author Event will take place on Monday 10/26 at 7:30pm via Zoom, and Neal Bascomb will speak about his new book, Faster: How a Jewish Driver, an American Heiress, and a Legendary Car Beat Hitler’s Best. They were the unlikeliest of heroes. Rene Dreyfus, a former top driver on the international racecar circuit, had Continue Reading »