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Looking ahead to the High Holidays

Rosh Hashanah will be celebrated on Wednesday, September 20 (6:30 pm service), and Thursday, September 21 and Friday, September 22 (8:00 am service start both days). Yom Kippur begins on Friday, September 29 with Kol Nidre (5:45 pm service) and then Saturday, September 30 (9:00 am service). Our services will … READ MORE

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Our 93rd Annual Dinner Dance Celebration (Photos)

East Midwood recently celebrated its 93nd anniversary with a Dinner Dance. Please enjoy the beautiful photos featured below: EMJC’s 93rd Annual Dinner Dance Celebration by Slidely Photo Gallery

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Messages From EMJC

By Sam Levine

Selichot: The Gateway to the Days of Awe

We usually think of the High Holy Days as being the period of time from Rosh Hashanah through the end of Yom Kippur – the Ten Days of Repentance. But in fact the season of the High Holy Days begins a full month earlier, with the New Month of Elul. … READ MORE

By Rabbi Matt Carl

Wishing you all a meaningful month of Elul

The names of the Jewish calendar’s months have long been mysterious. In a couple cases (Heshvan and Av), there is some question as to whether the common calendrical name is a full name or a nickname (i.e. vs Marheshvan and Menahem Av, respectively). In other cases (namely Aviv/Nisan), the months’ names … READ MORE

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Shabbat & Minyan

Friday Night Service:

6:30 PM in the Beth Hamidrash

Shabbat Morning Services:

7:30 AM – Early service in the Beth Hamidrash

9:00 AM – Main service in the Sanctuary

Shabbat Afternoon Service:

6:45 PM in the Beth Hamidrash

Daily Morning Service:

Monday-Friday: in the Beth Hamidrash: 7:30 AM

Sundays and Legal Holidays: 8:00 AM

Daily Evening Services:

Sunday-Thursday: in the Beth Hamidrash: 7:30 PM

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