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.
Tickets are currently on sale in the main office. For more information, please contact Edith Maiman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-338-3300. High Holiday services at East Midwood are deeply meaningful. They take place in our historic sanctuary, and the hours we spend there in prayer and reflection make this time of … READ MORE
We usually think of the High Holy Days as being the period of time from Rosh Hashanah through the end of Yom Kippur – the Ten Days of Awe. But in fact the season of the High Holy Days begins a full month earlier, with the New Month of Elul. … READ MORE
Our High Holy Days schedule of services and events grows this year with the addition of a new service sensitive to persons with a variety of needs. Our Sunday, September 8th service is between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, from 11:00 to noon. Cantor Sam Levine, with the assistance of … READ MORE
This amazing group of High Schoolers will be putting on a special program of song, dance and culture for all to enjoy. Please join us at EMJC -Saturday night – August 10th at 9:00PM and meet Avidan, Danny, Or, Heli, Sahar, Tomer,Noam, Yael, Shelly, Shaked, Oshri, and Tamar.
A message from co-presidents Randy Grossman and Toby Sanchez Welcome to our new website, which will give you a quick tour of the many religious, social and children’s programs going on at East Midwood Jewish Center. You will meet our staff: Rabbi Alvin Kass, Cantor Sam Levine, Education Director … READ MORE
As usual, May is a busy month for East Midwood’s Sisterhood. This year, the ever-exciting Loyalty Dinner honored Stephanie Kaner and Debbie Schechtman. Both are active members of Sisterhood and East Midwood Jewish Center itself. Once again, Ricky Pen provided a lively and entertaining program, encouraging one and all to … READ MORE
It is an honor to be elected as co-president of EMJC with Randy Grossman for the next two years, but it is a serious challenge. Randy and I are now running a million-dollar corporation, located in an 89-year-old building which has numerous problems. Buildings age just as people do, and … READ MORE