Selichot at EMJC + Selichot Across Brooklyn

The first service of the High Holiday season is the Selichot service which introduces some of the main themes of the High Holidays, particularly that of penitence. Join us at EMJC for evening service at 7:00pm. Selichot teaching by Rabbi Matt Carl immediately following. Our Selichot service, led by Cantor Sam Levine … READ MORE

People’s Climate March

Sunday September 21st 2014 – Marching Details:  We’re meeting with our friends from Our Lady of Refuge R.C. Church at 11:00 am at the Newkirk Avenue Q/B train station. Q train to 57th and 7th Ave and walk to the faith-based organizations staging area at West 58th st. between 8th … READ MORE

High Holidays 5775 – Tickets Available Now

Be part of the high holiday observances at East Midwood Jewish Center, with services led by our new rabbi, Matt Carl, and conducted by Cantor Sam Levine. Tickets are available now for members ($100 each) and non-members ($150 each). To purchase your tickets, please call our office at 718-338-3800. Erev … READ MORE

2014 Annual Dinner Dance Virtual Journal now available online

Please enjoy the 2014 Annual Dinner Dance Virtual Journal honoring Rabbi Kass and his 36 years of leadership and service to the East Midwood Jewish Center. Click the heading of this post to view the download link or visit the new Archives and Bulletin section on the right side under … READ MORE

Open house for family programs

On Sunday, June 22, East Midwood Jewish Center is holding an open house from 10:30 to 12:30 where families can learn about our kids’ educational and recreational programs for this fall. Get a taste of the experience with a free art workshop and yoga class, plus bagels & lox. The … READ MORE

Spring Elevator Drive

Please donate to the elevator campaign to help EMJC maintain a safe and working elevator.  

Community-Wide Service for Healing

EMJC is pleased to invite anyone struggling with spiritual, emotional, or physical pain to join us at our Healing Service on Monday, May 12th, at 7pm. Cantor Sam Levine and others will lead an evening of music, prayer, poetry, and reflection.