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Yorktown Jewish Center


Upcoming Events

All Erev Shabbat Services on Friday evening
currently start at 8:00 PM (EDST)!  
Shabbat services on Saturday start at 9:15 AM.  For a description of the weekly Parshah, please click HERE.

Social Action Committee Food Drive
As we prepare to observe the holiest days on our calendar and are busy preparing food for ourselves, family and friends, please take some time to remember this who are less fortunate than we are.  Fill a bag with food (empty bags will be available in the lobby) and leave it in the lobby before Yom Kippur.  (You can even leave it just before Kol Nidre!)  Items that are needed are:  canned soups, fruits, vegetables (especially high protein beans like chickpeas), tuna or other fish, chicken or meat, cereals, pasta, pasta sauce, rice, juices.  Thank you in advance for your thoughtfulness and generosity.

Monday, October 24, 7:00 PM
SIMCHAT TORAH - This special celebration will be held at Temple Beth Shalom in Mahopac, 760 US Route 6.  Our sages said B'rov Am hadrat melech - G-d's presence is glorified in throngs of people.  This is an opportunity to capitalize on their teaching.  Our adults would benefit from being with a large group of adult Jews, and our children can meet other Jewish children from the region.

Tuesday, November 1, 8:00 PM - Lecture at Bet Torah in Mt. Kisco.  Professor Ruth Gavison will present a talk entitled "Israel: Creating A Jewish And Democratic State."

Many thanks to Mohegan Lake Motors and Bob's Furniture for their recent donations.  Check out our  SPONSORS page for links to the website of these, as well as our other sponsors.

Please check our CALENDAR for a complete listing of all classes and other activities!

Support the YJC by registering for the AmazonSmile program.  Click on the SPONSORS link at the top of the page for more information.




Sefer Torah is restored!

Rabbi Daniel Wigodsky, who is specially trained as a Sofer (scribe), applies the finishing touch on the repairs and restoration of one of our Sifrei Torah.  Children from our Religious School and members of our congregation look on and help celebrate this joyous occasion.

For a full schedule of High Holiday services, including children's activities, click HERE or on the link at the top of the page.