Click here to view our 2019 Gala Photos

Click here to view our 2019 Gala Photos

To order photos, visit our Square store. Refer to the contact sheets below for the photo number. All orders must be paid for before processed. Orders will take 10-14 days. Pick up in the EMJC Office only. NO REFUNDS. ORDER CAREFULLY.

Another Gala Gala

Thank you to all who attended and contributed to the success of the East Midwood Jewish Center’s 95th Annual Gala.  This year, we honored Ushers Arthur Geen, Steve Finkelstein, Joel Hochstein, Marlene Krafchik and Harvey Lubowitz. We had a Triple Play of Rabbinical comments by Rabbi Emeritus Alvin Kass, Rabbi Matt Carl … READ MORE

Our first Painting & Wine party was a success!

Several EMJC members unleashed their inner artist on Thursday, July 12. Special thanks to visual arts instructor Ben Dratel for leading this evening of art and relaxation. Due to wide success, we will be adding a new date in August. Stay tuned for details.

Oh, what a night! Remembering our 2018 Gala

Click on the image above to review our 2018 Gala Journal. Sally Hipscher and Gala Co Chairs Zach Bernstein and Ed Guterman write:   Thank you to all who attended and contributed to the success of the East Midwood Jewish Center 94th Annual Gala.      This year, we honored Becky Phillips and her … READ MORE

Announcing our First Night Family Seder

First Night Family Seder Families! Noise-tolerant and children-tolerant adults! Celebrate Passover with us at EMJC. Conducted by Guest Rabbi Moishe Steigmann, who is the rabbi at Congregation Cnesses Israeli and the founder and director of The Spark Wisconsin. He has led community seders in New York for the past five … READ MORE

Kol Nidre Appeal from Michael F. Schwartz, EMJC President

Dear Friends, Once again, it is that time of year when we turn to you for financial assistance in the form of your Kol Nidre donation. Your donations are absolutely indispensable. They comprise a significant portion of the funds that we use to keep our synagogue open and running and … READ MORE

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