EMJC Sisterhood invites you to attend a delicious event on Sunday, March 15 at 12 noon. Come meet Marilyn Cohen, who will introduce you to Sephardic Cuisine. Admission is $10. Everyone is welcome.
We hope to see you at Sunday’s Interfaith Music of Our Faiths concert. It’s at Our Lady of Refuge Roman Catholic Church (Ocean & Foster Avenues) at 4:00 pm. EMJC will be singing alongside our interfaith partners at this free community event. Your contribution for the OLR food pantry (cans or … READ MORE
Join us Saturday night, February 28th at 6:45 pm for a fun night in Room J.
EMJC’s NightShul challenges you to learn more and learn different. It includes a mix of classes, workshops, and other types of learning opportunities, with something for everyone every week. On Thursday evenings through May, East Midwood Jewish Center will pulse with learning, music and more as NightShul … READ MORE
This beautiful prayer was written by Roz Pomerantz in honor of the installation of Rabbi Matt Carl and rededication of our synagogue on December 14, 2014. Sung to the tune of “Bless This House.” Bless this House, dear G-d, we pray Keep it safe by night and day. Ninety years, … READ MORE
This week’s Bagels, Lox & Talk features Science Teacher Sarah, who will make volcanoes, goo, fossils, air rockets and other scientific things with kids ages 4-9. Come enjoy breakfast, and meet new friends. BLT is a fun way to spend a Sunday morning.
In case you missed our 90th year celebration on December 14, 2014 — Chanukat Ha’Bayit, Rabbi Matt Carl’s Installation ceremony, and our Family Chanukah party — take a look at some highlights from our big day.
There are still a few spots open for after school/afternoon soccer at EMJC. Indoor soccer is Thursdays or Fridays after school for 5 to 7 and 8 to 10 year olds. The current available times are: Thursdays 3:45PM to 4:40 PM (For 5 to 7 Year Olds) Thursdays 4:45 PM … READ MORE
Have a great EMJC photo? Send it to email@example.com to enter it into our fun photo of the week contest. Here is our winner from this past weekend submitted by Audrey Korelstein.