Belonging to a synagogue is a great way to be connected to and strengthen the Jewish community in which you live.
In this past year, we helped introduce 240 pre-schoolers to the beauty of their heritage; we prepared 220 Hebrew School students for their lives as Jewish adults; we celebrated the bar & amp; bat mitzvah of 46 thirteen year olds; and had almost 100 Hebrew High School students continue their Jewish education with us. But that not all. Our synagogue offers adult education courses and our Prime Timers enjoy incredible programs. With life cycle events such as baby namings and weddings our members have every right to share in the naches of our extended family.
However, the shul is also there for us on life less fortunate occasions such as funerals, Shiva calls, hospital visits and counseling. We provide financial support that not only allows those on hardship to continue to enjoy shul membership but puts food on the table and prevents congregants from losing homes. While we pray were never needed for these things, we should take great pride in creating this oasis for those in spiritual or financial need.
Feed your n’shuma (soul), join our shul.
LET OUR HOUSE OF WORSHIP BE YOUR HOME
If you would like additional information, call Bonnie Komito, Executive Director, at 732-536-2300 x101. You can download an application here.