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A Visit from Camp Tel Yehudah

This week, East Midwood hosted 100 teens from two groups at Camp Tel Yehudah, Young Judaea’s national teen leadership camp. Tel Yehudah draws campers from across the United States, United Kingdom, Israel and increasingly, around the world. The smaller group comprised mostly of rising 10th graders are participants in the Bonim … READ MORE

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Our 92nd Annual Fundraiser Celebration (PHOTOS)

East Midwood celebrated its 92nd anniversary at Sunday night’s Dinner Dance, with an elegant tribute to six talented and devoted members (Harvey & Susan Lubowitz, Joseph & Emily Pariente, and Murray Lantner & Moran Ben-Shaul Lantner). In addition to the delicious food from Colbeh Caterers, there were eloquent speeches and … READ MORE

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Flash Back to the Sacred Sites Open House Tour (PHOTOS)

On Sunday, May 22 East Midwood Jewish Center participated in The New York Landmarks Conservancy Sacred Sites Open House tour. Visitors came from as far as Manhattan to see the stained glass and decorations of our beautiful sanctuary and learn the history of the building. Co-president and historian Toby Sanchez gave … READ MORE

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Messages From EMJC

By Rabbi Matt Carl

Healing Words

In my previous pulpit position, I worked with a rabbi who wouldn’t allow himself to be on the Mi SheBerakh list. No matter how ill he got (although, in the time I was there, he never got that ill) he would refuse to let his name be mentioned during the … READ MORE

By Rabbi Matt Carl

The Year Ahead

Among the most terrifying words a rabbi can declare from the bimah are “the new month of Elul begins in the coming week.” Every year I shake a little, taken aback by how soon that statement means the new year will be beginning. But, as a friend of mine would … 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:

7:06 PM In the Beit Hamidrash

Daily Morning Service:

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

Sundays and Legal Holidays: 8:00 AM

Daily Evening Services:

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