Upcoming Events



Erev Shabbat Services on Friday evening
currently start at 8:00  PM, (EDT)! 


Shabbat services on Saturday start at 9:15 AM.  For a description of the weekly Parshah, M click HERE.

Sunday morning minyan, 9:00 AM

Rosh Hashanah - begins at sundown on Sunday, September 9; Yom Kippur - begins at sundown on Tuesday, September 18.  Full details of our schedule are on our High Holidays page.

If you are not yet a member of the YJC, and have never spent any of the High Holidays with us, please join us at no charge for any or all of our High Holiday observances.  Simply call the office at 914-245-2324 for more information.

Sunday, September 16, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM - Men's Club "M" Day - Join the Men's Club for the following "M" Day activities:
9:00 AM - Minyan
9:50 AM - Meal (breakfast)
10:30 AM - Meeting (plan for the year ahead)
11:30 AM - Making (building the sukkah)
ALL ARE WELCOME

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.

 

 

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YJC Contingent at the 2018 Salute to Israel Parade

On Sunday, June 3, members of the YJC journeyed to the Big Apple to participate in this annual event.  The cost of the transportation was underwritten by the Boshnack Fund.

Sisterhood Honors Isabel Mirsky as Woman of the Year

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On Sunday, December 3, Carol Medow (r.), Sisterhood Co-V.P. of Sisterhood Torah Fund reads the proclamation from Women's League of Conservative Judaism.  Each year, Sisterhood sponsors this brunch, the proceeds from which go to support programs at the Jewish Theological Seminary.  Linda Kingsbury (Co-V.P. of Sisterhood Torah Fund) opened the proceedings. 

A heart-warming talk was presented by Anna Silverman  a cantorial student at the Seminary who also graced us with song.   Click the arrow below to play (make sure your audio is turned up).

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