• Engage!

     

    A wonderful spirit is alive at The Community Synagogue. Here you will find warmth and joy, community and purpose. The Community Synagogue is Port Washington’s largest Reform congregation—a place of openness to all, where each person can engage, and where comfort and caring matter.

  • Connect!

     

    The Community Synagogue is a place where people connect with the spirit and values of Judaism. We connect with each other to create a warm and caring family where every member is important.

  • Educate!

     

    The Community Synagogue is a place of lifelong learning. By learning together and teaching our children, we connect to each other, to Judaism and to the best in ourselves. 

  • Come celebrate with the Community Synagogue.

  • Grow!

     

    The Community Synagogue is a place to grow.  With our hearts, our minds, our souls and our might, we grow individually and as a congregation, creating a kehillah k'doshah—a sacred community—of which we are all a part.  

  • EDUCATION / TORAH – Providing meaningful Jewish learning experiences to nurture an environment of lifelong learning, as we breakground on the "Pardes," outdoor classroom.

  • Israel

    Supporting the State of Israel as a pluralistic, culturally diverse, democratic Jewish state; and supporting Jews and the Reform movement around the world.

     

  • Youth

    Instilling a solid foundation of Jewish connection in our young people, and empowering them to be a positve force in the world.

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Upcoming Events

Sisterhood's Bingo Hot-tini

$20 / pp  RSVP to Caryn Paillex by Jan 16. Register and pay here>

Wed, Jan 18, 7:30 PM


Chaverim Chair Yoga

 Contact Joyce for more information, call 516-883-8314 or email.

Fri, Jan  20, 27, 10:30 AM


Shabbat Schmooze

Fri, Jan 20, 7:30 PM

 

 


PJ Library Story Time with Miss Amy

Campfire stories, make s'mores & sing songs! Free program for ages 2-6. Read more>

Sun, Jan 22, 9:00 AM


Jewish Yoga Service with Rabbi Danny

Sun, Jan 22, 9:15 AM

 


92Y LIVE Program - Defying the Nazis

Movie followed by discussion. More information here>

Wed, Jan 25, 7:30 PM


Happiness Group - Happiness in the New Year

Read more here>
Thur, Feb 2, 7:30 PM


Start Reading!

Sisterhood Book Discussion with Cantor Franco

Joshua: a Brooklyn Tale by Andrew Kane

Thur, Mar 16, 7:00 PM (new date)

 

Chaverim Book Discussion with Janet DeWinter

The Ice Cream Queen of Orchard Street by Susan Jane Gilman.  

Tue, Mar 7

 

High Holy Days 2016

 

High Holy Day Prayer Book - Order your personalized Bookplate

Kol Nidrei donation online. Printable form.  Thank You!

 

 

 

 

News

Religious Action Center Organizes March on Washington. Read more>

Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism Learn more>

Rabbi Danny Burkeman's podcast listed as a Top Seven Jewish Podcast. Read more>

 

 

 

TCS on Facebook

 


 

 

Special Events

The Pursuit of Harmony

Friday, February 3, 8:00PM

Hear the story. Hear the songs. Feel the hope.
Jewish American songwriter Michael Ochs and award-winning Muslim Palestinian peace-activist Alaa Alshaham bring their cultural and spiritual program to Shabbat services.

 


For more information contact Phil Roman at 917-880-8590 or email at [email protected]. Click for more information>


RAFFLE TICKET PRICES
(tickets good for teacher-time raffle, class baskets and baked goods)
$2 = 1 Ticket; $5 = 3 Tickets; $10 = 8 Tickets; $20 = 25 Tickets

PRICE OF ADMISSION
$12/person + 5 free raffle tickets (in advance) for anyone over 2
$15/person (at the door) for anyone over 2

 

Volunteer Spotlight

Lori Zlotoff

In what capacity do you volunteer?  

I am the Executive Producer of The Community Synagogue Theater Company, which means I am responsible for overseeing the myriad of moving parts that is required to put on a full length musical!

Read more about Lori here>

Mitzvah Opportunities

Tzedakah collected January - March will go to Netzer Olami Summer Camps

Netzer Olami Summer Camps in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus provide a tremendous opportunity for young people in the former Soviet Union to develop their Reform Jewish identity and to become leaders within their communities. Netzer Olami is the youth movement of the World Union for Progressive Judaism. To find out more visit www.wupj.org.

Cash donations (bills and coins) can be made at the synagogue in the main lobby or donation by credit card to the Rabbi's Discretionary Fund by calling 516-883-3144 ext 310.


TANS Tikkun Alliance of the North Shore

This year we are asking Community families to donateLarge Bags of Rice; bottles of cooking oil; paper towels; dish soap; napkins and deodorant oa monetary ($) donation in any amount

All checks should be made out to The Community Synagogue noting TANS DRIVE in the memo line. Please write TANS DRIVE on your envelope as well.  Checks being dropped off should be brought to the Main Office.  All other donations should be left in the boxes provided in the Main Lobby and Kiddush Room on or before JANUARY 25TH.   Looking to volunteer? Please contact Stacey Jawitz

 


Amazon Smile

Shop at Amazon Smile - Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to The Community Synagogue of Port Washington whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.