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Yorktown Jewish Center

 

Upcoming Events



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.

 

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
For a complete schedule of services, please click HERE or on the link at the top of this page.   Rabbi Sternstein, Cantor Lemberger, the Officers and Board of Trustees wish all a Happy, Healthy and Peaceful 5778.  L'Shana Tovah Umetukah!

Sunday, October 1 - 9 AM - 3 PM
Farmer's and Flea Market - Stop by for the best of the harvest season and other goodies!

Saturday, October 28, 8 PM - 11 PM
CASINO ROYALE - A relaxing evening of fun with chances to win great prizes!  For full details, as well as information on how to make a reservation, click HERE.

Friday, November 3, 8 PM
Kabbalat Shabbat with Shir Chutzpah
Join us in welcoming Shabbat with music and song performed, with your help, by Shir Chutzpah, our group of klezmorim.  Note the special time for this event.

 

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.

 

 

 

Shir Chutzpah at Kabbalat Shabbat Services

On June 23, Shir Chutzpah, our own group of klezmorim, helped to welcome Shabbat with their unique blend of voice and instrumentation! (l. - r.: Paul Plotnick, Paul Gherson. Linda Kingsbury, Cantor Isabel Kopstein, Rabbi Seth Sternstein, Eric Frankfort, Mike Mirsky and Bob Stone) The event was preceded by a BBQ dinner sponsored by Men's Club.

Yom Hashoah Commemoration

On the evening of April 24, 2017, members of the YJC community gathered to commemorate the Shoah.  This year's program focussed  on how several descendants of Nazis have come to grips with their legacy.