If you are a friend, neighbor, uncle, aunt, cousin, parent or grandparent of a college student away from home, sign them up for the East Midwood College Connection. For a donation of $54 per student we will send a package of appropriate holiday snacks and information to your college students … READ MORE
Please join us for a new bimonthly swim and gym program for kids in grades 3-8. There will be pizza, swimming and fun gym play activities. Bring a friend, meet a new one. RSVP to email@example.com. If you would like to pay online, click the Swim Shalom button. Please remember to bring … READ MORE
Drop by for a casual brunch, talk to neighbors and young families and enjoy some kid-friendly fun. Our first BLT, in October, featured tradition-bending balloon artist Robert Moy. Please join us for future Bagels, Lox and Talk Events – November 17, December 15, January 12, February 9, March 9, April … READ MORE
Join us for Shabbat in the Round on Friday, October 18. Please RSVP and pay in advance.
At many times in our lives we need an extra hand. Support may come from a spouse, an adult son or daughter, a friend or neighbor, or perhaps a home attendant. At other times in our lives, the role of caregiver for a loved one fell upon us. Some of … READ MORE
If you’re not too tired out from Shabbat-a-BimBom, please come back to EMJC on Shabbat morning, October 5th, for a new kids’ service we’re trying out. It will be aimed at the 0-5 set. We’ll start around 10:45, in the 3rd floor playroom. Hope to see you there!
Join us on Thursday, September 26, at 6:45 p.m. for Simchat Torah services followed by festivities.
Join Cantor Sam Levine for the first-of-the-year monthly evening Shabbat service & celebration for kids and their adults. The musical service is followed by a dairy dinner, playtime and friendly conversation. The fun starts at 6:30 p.m. in the Little Tent Family room. FREE for members; $25 for non-members … READ MORE
Please join Shira Felberbaum’s Sukkot workshop Monday, September 23rd, from 6:30-7:30pm in the Sukkah.
Only hours after hearing the final shofar blast on Yom Kippur, we were back at EMJC to begin decorating our sukkah.