Saturday, April 19 – Song of Songs – Shir HaShirim.
After Shabbat morning services and Kiddush, Stay for this traditional Shabbat Passover learning with Rabbi Cohen
Upcoming Sisterhood events:
Tuesday, April 29 at 6:30 pm – Sisterhood’s Game and Card Party.
Bring your game. Kiddush Room. Light Supper. Couvert: $30 checks should be made payable to SRJC Sisterhood. RSVP by April 15th . For further information, Selma Berger 516-741-5321 or Joy Perla 516-621-6448.
Saturday, May 3 at 9 am – Sisterhood Shabbat.
Tuesday, May 13 at 6:45 pm – Sisterhood Mother’s Day Celebration Dinner.
RSVP by May 6 with your check payable to Sisterhood. $28 SRJC members and their guests. $32 if received after May 7. For more information, Pam Krauss 516-248-0588 or Isabel Albom 347-502-7208.
Wednesday, May 28 at 5:45 pm – BQLI Region of Women’s League for Conservative Judaism Woman of Achievement Dinner Gala.
Celebrate Sisterhood SRJC’s 2014 Woman of Achievement, Joan Cohen at the Shelter Rock Jewish Center. Couvert $72 per person. Dinner RSVP by May 2nd . Send check payable to BQLI Region – Women’s League to Shari Schnitzer, 15 Healthcote Drive, Albertson, NY, 11507
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UJA DESSERT RECEPTION - May 8 at 7 pm
You are invited to attend the Dessert Reception on behalf of UJA-Federation of New York honoring Stefanie & Cantor Banjamin Matis.
Author Book Series: Thursday, May 22 -7:30pm
Scott Reich will discuss his book, The Power of CITIZENSHIP, Why John F. Kennedy Matters to a New Generation. Reich discusses his vision of what America should look like for our people...pride as Americans while enhancing our civil rights which is critical to our country's future. He skillfully identifies challenges we face today while offering insights as to how we can become good citizens and improve our nation. Scott Reich is an attorney who lives in our community. Books will be available for sale and there will be a post-talk book signing.
Daily Service Schedule
Saturday, Sunday and National Holidays: 9:00 am
Monday – Friday: 6:45 am
Saturday: Check schedule
Sunday – Thursday: 8:00 pm
Friday: 6:30 pm
Sunday: 8:00 pm
Rabbi's Weekly Message
The first night of Pesach as a "night of vigilance," The Jews of Germany and anti-Jewish violence before Kristallnacht, anti-Semitism in the United States, the shooting at the JCC in Kansas, and the need for vigilance rather than paranoia. Click here to read this week's letter from Rabbi Cohen.
Ask the Rabbi
Question and answer forum to ask Rabbi Martin S. Cohen
While the Haggadah discusses four types of children, click here to read a modern perspective regarding the four types of young Jewish people about whom we should be concerned.
Your Event at SRJC
Plan your next simcha at SRJC. Since 1971, DeLuxe Caterers has been the exclusive caterers for the Shelter Rock Jewish Center. Conveniently located in Roslyn, Long Island, DeLuxe Caterers has enjoyed tremendous loyalty by remaining on the cutting edge of contemporary Glatt kosher cuisine. Mashgiach on premises. Under the auspices of the Orthodox Union.
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Zumba and Bokwa Classes
Both fitness classes are given by Debby Snider, AFFA Certified Group Fitness Instructor, Licensed Zumba Instructor and Certified Bokwa Instructor. Click here for current month's schedules.
Zumba is a dance fitness program that blends upbeat world rhythms with easy-to-follow choreography. It’s a total-body workout that feels like a celebration. Zumba is moving millions of people worldwide to health and joy!
Bokwa is a new approach to group exercise that is spreading across the globe. Students draw letters & numbers with their feet while they perform an energizing and addictive cardio workout. If you can move and you can spell, you can do Bokwa!
Come join us! For more information contact Debby.
The goal of the Shelter Rock Hebrew School is to nurture and develop caring, knowledgeable and involved young Jewish adults by providing an engaging and rich curriculum in a positive and warm learning environment. Our curriculum includes the study of Torah, Prayer, Jewish culture and values, Jewish Law, Israel and Hebrew language. Technology, Art, Music and Dance are an integral part of our Hebrew/ Judaica curriculum.