Welcome to South Huntington Jewish Center
‘… 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.
We welcome you to study, pray, and serve with us!, Come, Engage, Participate…Belong!
On Tuesday, February 10th at 8 pm, please join us for the first Tea, Torah and Teachings with Suri (our beloved Rebbetzin, Suri Jacknis) in the Simha Room. Our new monthly women’s study group gives us the opportunity to discuss contemporary issues through the lens of Torah. Come meet new people and make connections with Continue Reading »
What’s better than having a fresh, delicious challah to help make your Shabbat celebration even more special?Not much! So SHJC is partnering with ZuckerBaker’s Bake Shop in Wantagh to make it happen!! Best of all, everyone can enjoy it! ZuckerBakers is a peanut-free, tree nut and sesame seed-free, dairy and lactose-free bakery, and all their Continue Reading »
Time to celebrate our history! Purim is filled with costumes, noise and our famous Sisterhood’s Shalach Manot Baskets! Please fill out the form and send it to the office by January 26th! Purim Order Form 2015
Every five years, the World Zionist Congress meets in Jerusalem to make vital funding and policy decisions that will affect Israel and Jews throughout the world. This is the International Parliament of the Jewish People 145 delegates from the United States along with 380 other delegates from around the world will convene for the 37th Zionist Congress Continue Reading »
SHJC is able to plant trees in Israel through JNF. What a wonderful way to commemorate a special moment or honor a memory of a someone. Birth Bar or Bat Mitzvah Graduation Wedding Birthday Get-Well Wish Memory of Someone Special Receiving a Special Honor Retirement Holiday Teacher or Special Person Gift Host Continue Reading »