A community synagogue for progressive Conservative Judaism, welcoming to all.
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Unless otherwise noted, our programs are free and open to the entire community! Please join us.
Exploring the Biblical Psalms of the Siddur
The Psalms are among the most powerful and beautiful poems of our tradition. Our siddur contains psalms for each day of the week, a series of psalms to welcome Shabbat, psalms that enrich our Shabbat morning, psalms that enliven our festivals and psalms for times of sorrow. Get to know the range of the psalms of the liturgy; experience their power, beauty and wisdom. Let the psalms speak to you in a new way. No Hebrew knowledge is necessary, just a willingness to learn and be moved. Please bring a Tanakh to class if you have one.
Taught by Rabbi Barbara Paris. Thursdays at 10:00 AM
Seeking Inner Judaism and a Personal Theology Taught by Rabbinic Intern Stephen Axinn Thursdays at 8:00 AM (following minyan) beginning October 4
What does it mean to be a Jew and to live life as a Jew? Join Rabbinic Intern Stephen Axinn as we explore: * what we mean by “God” * the role of ritual and prayer * what it means to be a spiritual person * how to develop a personal theology * how to enrich our religious lives * and how to live a sacred life in the modern world This class is free and open to learners at all levels.
Members of the JCCH Sisterhood lead the Shabbat service, read Torah and Haftarah, and deliver the sermon.
Date TBD. Services begin at 9:30 AM and will be followed by a festive Kiddush.
Men’s Club Shabbat
Members of the JCCH Men’s Club lead the Shabbat service, read Torah and Haftarah, and deliver the sermon.
Short Story Discussion Group
Join the weekly discussion! Conversation is facilitated by a different group member each week. Copies of stories are available in advance at the JCCH office. Coordinated by George Sommerfeld.
Thursdays, 9:00 AM
Women’s Rosh Chodesh Group
Celebrate the new month with a meaningful social, educational and spiritual experience. Group meets in members’ homes and provides an opportunity to gather and study Jewish text from a female perspective. Led by Rabbi Barbara Paris.
Shari Baum, a social worker from Westchester Jewish Community Services leads the monthly discussion of international and local news, the arts, science, and more.
Wednesdays at 11:00 AM
April 3, 2019; May 1, 2019
A monthly lunch and learn program featuring JCCH congregants (and friends of JCCH) sharing personal histories, travel experiences, or stories from their professional and personal experiences. Coordinated by Efrat Muller.
Wednesdays at Noon
April 3, 2019; May 1, 2019