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Coming Together for An Interfaith Seder (PHOTOS)

On Sunday, March 26, EMJC hosted an Interfaith Seder conducted by EMJC’s Rabbi Matt Carl and Cantor Sam Levine, Our Lady of Refuge Church’s Father Michael Perry, Rabbi Heidi Hoover of Temple Beth Emeth, and Hakan Yesilova from the Turkish Cultural Center. Thanks to the 175+ people from EMJC, Our … READ MORE

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Celebrating Purim at EMJC (PHOTOS)

Purim is a lively time at EMJC. This year, we held our annual Drum Circle, at which Cantor Levine told the Purim story in rhyme and the rest of us (adults and children) accompanied him with specific drum beats for each character. The Room J Circle players enacted the story … READ MORE

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Messages From EMJC

By Rabbi Matt Carl

Hope and strength in the face of bad news

Dear members and friends, As you may have heard, East Midwood recently received a hate-filled phone call. Please note: the caller did not claim to have placed a bomb in the building and the threat seems to have been vandalism-oriented, rather than violent. Ours was, therefore, different from most of the 100+ … READ MORE

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Winter thoughts from Rabbi Matt Carl

Hanukkah is the only holiday that coincides with a Rosh Hodesh and most of our holidays are right in the middle of months, thankfully, as this means we can celebrate our holidays with the full light of the moon. Near the end of Hanukkah, by contrast, not only do we … 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:

7:31 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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