Rosh Hashanah Services

All Rosh Hashanah Services will be held at 112 E. 75th Street

Upcoming Events

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Upcoming Events

  1. Mon 20

    Introduction to Judaism

    An engaging, multifaceted course for adults
    May 20 @ 6:30pm - 8:30pm
  2. Tue 21

    WLC/Sisterhood – Maximizing Our Well-Being

    Dr. Felice Schnoll-Sussman, gastroenterologist/professor of Clinical
    May 21 @ 6:30pm - 6:30pm
  3. Wed 22

    WLC/Sisterhood Monthly Mah Jongg Game

    Must pre-pay and register in advance.  Any
    May 22 @ 6:30pm - 8:30pm
  4. Fri 24

    Shabbat Services

    May 24 @ 6:00pm - 7:00pm


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From the Union For Reform Judaism / Reform Movement

Being Honest with God and Myself

Being Honest with God and Myself jemerman

I took the Commandments seriously. However, one of the Commandments deeply resonated above all others: "You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor," meaning "You shall not lie" (Exodus 20:13). This affected me most because I was lying to others and myself about a core aspect of my identity: my bisexuality.

A Message of Support

A Message of Support urjadmin

While we recognize that the deep conflict between Israelis and Palestinians will not be resolved over the summer, we believe that come the fall, college campuses must once again be safe for all students - and this includes Jewish students living their Jewish commitments openly and proudly.

B'midbar Haiku

B'midbar Haiku jemerman

Haiku based on the week's Torah portion.

You’re Invited to Remember

You’re Invited to Remember jemerman

Growing up, I saw Yizkor as a mysterious event on Yom Kippur afternoon. The grownups would return to temple in the afternoon, while my sister and I stayed home. There was no explanation, just an understanding that this was a thing our parents and grandparents did, and we did not.

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