Our community is a mix of people: married and single; with and without children; straight and LGBTQ; Jewish and not Jewish; many races, ethnicities, and ages; with and without disabilities. We value every soul, young to old, and every person’s contribution to our community.
We know that we are all in this together, and that we each have to find our individual way. We honor each other’s opinions and experiences, we enlighten one another, we agree and disagree. We tell our stories and build bonds of friendship.
2016 Yom Kippur Appeal: Your support is needed and deeply appreciated as we work to balance our budget and maintain our remarkable, century-old building. You can donate directly online or call the office if you have questions. All contributions are tax-deductible, and many employer match programs will multiply your support -- ask at work!
Schedule of Services: Friday night services begin at 8. During the school year, Saturday morning religious school begins at 10 and services begin at 11:15.
Accessibility: We would like to do our best to welcome and accommodate anyone we can. Our building is not fully physically accessible for wheelchair users or those who cannot navigate stairs, but there is a ramp to the outside door, and the sanctuary, community room, and ground floor restrooms are accessible. Please call the temple office at 718-282-1596 or email email@example.com with any questions about accessibility.
For Preschoolers!Shalom Shabbat, our Friday morning Sabbath service for small folk, is every Friday from 10 am to 10:45 am in the Sanctuary. Introduce your little ones to the joy of Shabbat! Join Rabbi Heidi Hoover in celebrating the coming of Shabbat by singing your way through the Friday evening service, followed by the Shabbat blessings (with challah and juice!). No Jewish or Hebrew knowledge is necessary.
As a community, we continue to pray for the complete and full recovery of our beloved Rabbi Emeritus, William Kloner.