• Worship

    Creating sacred and inspiring worship experiences that enrich our spiritual lives both personally and communally.

  • Outreach

    Welcoming interfaith families, the unaffiliated, and people of all ages, races and sexual orientation.

  • 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

Mindful Leadership Institute

Kick-off Dinner at Toku Modern Asian Register HERE

Tuesday, June 26, 7:00 PM

Sunset Yoga & Hors d'oeuvres,

Monday, July 9, 7:30 PM

VIP Trip to Brooklyn Brewery,

Thursday, August 2, 7-9:00 PM


DIY Woodworking Workshop with Sisterhood

A DIY class to make a plank wood sign, tray, and more. At AR Workshop , 273 Main Street. Contact Nicki Entwistle for  more information. Register HERE. Password is "Sisterhood".

Wednesday, July 11, 7:00 PM


Chaverim Trip to see "Fiddler on the Roof" in Yiddish

At the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Meet at the PW traiin station. Contact Evie for more info, [email protected]

Thursday, July 12, 1:00 PM


High Holy Day Greeting Card Design Contest

Open to anyone up to 13-years-of-age. The winner(s) of the submission will be chosen on August 1st and their submission will be used as the artwork on the synagogue Rosh Hashanah holiday card. Submission Guidelines: CLICK HERE

Deadline: Monday, July 30, 2018


Summerfest with Well Known Comedian 

Tilles Center at LIU Post. Program Chairs Tara and Seven Dann, Amanda and Michael Feinsod and Bonnie and Daniel Zarabi. A UJA-Federation of NY program. Register Here

Wednesday, August 8, 6:00 PM

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Special Events


Trip to Israel with The Community Synagogue. Space is now limited. REGISTER for the trip! $300 deposit due now.

Call the customer service center 888-811-2812 ext 1. or go online (CLICK HERE). 

 

Volunteer Spotlight

Volunteer of the Year

Mazel Tov to Yvette Bergman for her many hours of volunteer work.Yvette has taken an active role as a member of the Board of Trustees, Visioning Committee, Financial Secretary for Sisterhood and coordinator for Chai MItzvah. Read more HERE

CLICK HERE: To make a donation in honor of Yvette Bergman.

Mitzvah Opportunities

Dorot

TZEDAKAH - All funds collected now through June, will go to Dorot.

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.


 

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