• Jewish Community Center of Harrison

A Community Synagogue for Progressive Conservative Judaism
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JCCH Book of Remembrance 5782

Throughout the world, Jews traditionally take time to remember their departed loved ones during the High Holy Days. At the Jewish Community Center of Harrison, we embrace this tradition by preparing our annual Book of Remembrance, a professionally printed keepsake book provided to the congregation during Yom Kippur and used during the year when Yizkor is recited.


CLICK HERE to have your loved ones included in this year’s JCCH Book of Remembrance 5782.

Sisterhood Honey for the Holidays!

Order by August 6th to guarantee your gift will arrive on time for Rosh Hashanah.

Sisterhood New Year’s Card

The JCCH Sisterhood is continuing our meaningful tradition of sending a congregational New Year’s Card booklet. This is a wonderful way to send New Year’s wishes to our entire synagogue community while supporting Sisterhood’s fine programs. The cost is $36 for a single line and $5 for each additional line.

We would appreciate your response by August 31st.

Participate here!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Deanna Miller by phone at (914) 967-5039 or by email at dearob@aol.com.

High Holidays 5782

Learn more about all our High Holiday planning.

Blending traditional and familiar prayers and melodies with some new and engaging alternatives, we are looking forward to meaningful and inspiring High Holidays. We hope to energize your soul with a High Holiday experience that is contemplative and comforting, while also soulful and full of life.

Learn more

JCCH, Together With You!

The JCCH calendar is punctuated with many exciting events.  While several revolve around holidays, many others are of our own making and have become lasting traditions.  We are particularly proud of our intergenerational celebrations. Events include Purim Spiels, “Hanukkah Hooplas,” guest lecturers, trips to museums, cooking demonstrations, and even Israeli wine tastings.

PROGRAMMING

See Happenings for details

Thursday, July 29
9:00 AM  Short Story Discussion Group
10:00 AM Faith in the Neighborhood

Fridays, July 30
9:00 AM  Making Sense of the Service:  Examining the Sequence and Substance of Core Parts of our Liturgy

Monday, August 2
1:00 PM Let’s Do Lunch

While we pride ourselves in our cultural, social and educational programming, the heart of the JCCH is its religious life.   Our services are carefully designed to enrich lives, touch souls and create community.  We have musical services, traditional services, large sanctuary services, intimate lay-led chapel services, kids’ services and twice-weekly minyanim.  Everyone, member or not, is always welcome.

SHABBAT SERVICES/ SERVICES

Kabbalat Shabbat Services
6:00 PM Friday

Shabbat Morning Service
9:30 AM Saturday
February 13 – Shabbat Parshat Mispatim

Morning Minyan
8:00 AM Monday – Friday
9:00 AM Sunday

The JCCH offers a wide range of exciting learning and social opportunities for members of our community. From our Religious School to programs for teens, young couples and families, empty nesters, seniors and more, there is something for everyone here.

CANDLE-LIGHTING TIMES

Friday, July 30
7:54 PM

Friday, August 6
7:46 PM

Friday, August 13
7:37 PM

Friday, August 20
7:27 PM

Friday, August 27
7:16 PM