‘… 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!

Special Events

  • Ambulance Dedication

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    We stand with Israel! Last summer, when Israel was under constant rocket attack, SHJC responded!! Join us as we dedicate the brand new life saving ambulance we helped sponsor. The ambulance will be shipped to Israel in the next few weeks to help save lives!

  • Jewelry Making Experience

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       Join Sisterhood on Tuesday, December 15, at 7:30 PM for a Jewelry Making Experience. We are delighted to have the talents of Nicole Weinstein who will guide us. Bring your friends and your daughters. Non-members welcome. There will be a $10 materials fee. RSVP online below.  For additional information, contact Gilit Stein at gilitstein@hotmail.com

  • Cantor’s Concert

    South Huntington Jewish Center is proudly presenting “Lights of Hope,” a concert featuring our Hazzan, Brian Baruch Shamash, guest artists and the SHJC concert choir on December 6th at 3:30 PM. Hanukkah will begin that evening, which can make this concert the start of your celebration before you go home to light the first candle Continue Reading »

  • The Rise of Anti-Semitism seen on College Campuses

    Below is the video and some resources to share with your friends and family. Watch the documentary by Jerusalem U, “Crossing the Line 2: The New face of Anti-Semitism on Campus” Our goal is to open your mind to the current situation in Israel and how it is presented – and misrepresented – on college Continue Reading »

  • Come Celebrate Shabbat with us

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    Come and celebrate Shabbat at SHJC! We invite you and your family for Shabbat services and dinner Friday, December 11th. Join Rabbi Jacknis, Hazzan Shamash and our principal, Ellen Marcus, for a traditional Shabbat meal with your SHJC family at 6:45 PM. Our Congregational and Religious School Friday Night Service will be immediately after dinner Continue Reading »

This week @ SHJC

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Monthly Acknowledgements

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In the month of October 2015, Leagrams were sent to

JANINE & JEFFREY LOEWY on the occasion of Sean’s Bar Mitzvah
SHARON & DAVID HANDSMAN on the occasion of Jeremy’s Bar Mitzvah
PAM & PAUL LANDMAN on the occasion of Dylan’s Bar Mitzvah
NANCY & MARTIN HAUSER on the occasion of Brian’s Bar Mitzvah
ROBIN & ANDREW WEISMAN on the occasion of Sarah’s Bat Mitzvah
BARBARA & ERIC FISHER on the engagement of their son, Louis to Shayna Sehayik
COOKIE & DON EDELL on the engagement of their grandson, Louis Fisher to Shayna Sehayik
EMILY SHAMASH on being honored as Sisterhood’s 2015-16 Torah Fund Woman of Achievement
TOBA WEINSTEIN & JOEL SIEV on being honored by UJA at its Signature Event
SUSAN & PAUL KAYE on being honored as Kallat/Hatan Torah on Simhat Torah
PAULA SCHWARTZ & PAUL PERVIL on being honored as Kallat/Hatan Bereshit on Simhat Torah
CARRIE GREENBAUM on the loss of her father, Donald Peshkin z”l
LORI SIEDMAN on the loss of her father, Murray Glassberg z”l
JON TANNENBAUM on the loss of his father, Lenoard Tannenbaum z”l
HERB ZAKS for his complete and speedy recovery from his recent surgery
ALAN CHIBNIK for his complete and speedy recover
CARRIE DALE for her father’s complete and speedy recovery
MICHAEL BASS for his complete and speedy recovery