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

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    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.

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    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.

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    A place for learning together and teaching our children to deepen a sense of meaning and purpose in their lives.

  • A place for sharing simchas (joys) with family and friends.

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

     

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    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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Mitzvah Opportunities

Tree Dedication Opportunity

DONATE HERE Your gift of $1800 per tree includes a plaque at the base of the tree. 

Your gift of $36 or more will be combined with other donations to create the COMMUNITY TREE plaque in celebration of The Community Synagogue. 

 

Quarterly Tzedaka

ADL: Anti-Defamation League

From October  through Chanukah (the end of December), any bills or coins place in the tzedakah box in the front lobby will go to support the ADL (Anti-Defamation League). ADL is a leading anti-hate organization founded in 1913 in response to an escalating climate of anti-Semitism and bigotry. Its timeless mission is to protect Jews, to secure justice and fair treatment for all people, to expose extremism and deliver anti-bias education.  It is a group that stands up against hate by collaborating with others to build a  world in which no group or individual suffers from bias, discrimination or hate and where anti-Jewish hate is eliminated. For more information go to www.adl.org.


We ask you to consider dedicating a themed space in our indoor play space or making a general donation. 
Your support at any level is greatly appreciated.  All donors dedicating a space will be recognized with their name on a plaque.
To make your contribution, please Click Here


 

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.


Special Events

Love is Stronger than Hate: A True Story of How to Win Over an Antisemite

MLK Jr. Day - January 20, 7:30 pm

Speaker: David Abitbol

Come to this special speaker who will wrap up our Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service with remarks about how he influenced Megan Phelps-Roper, the granddaughter of the founder of the antisemitic and anti-gay Westboro Baptist church to abandon the church and dedicate her life to kindness, righteousness and an embrace of human dignity.  The story is so compelling that it is being made into a movie starring Reese Witherspoon, but you will want to hear it directly from the man who helped change the direction of someone’s life and who showed how love is stronger than hate.

Founder and Editor of Jewlicious.com, one of the internet’s oldest, and edgiest Jewish blogs, David is a Canadian-born Israeli who offers an alternative means and methodology of communication that fosters more effective dialogue through an emphasis on shared humanity, good intentions and mutual respect, all firmly rooted in Jewish tradition, values and unity.

David will inspire us to move beyond divisive and often hurtful discourse to real engagement with others – even those with whom we strongly disagree.  

Go here to see a brief video about the relationship between David and Megan click here.


The Community Synagogue Israel Journeys – February 2021 and February 2022

Information Session - January 23, 7:30 pm

NOW is the time to start thinking about going to Israel - the experience you have always wanted to do (or have again!).  Have you already decided you are coming? Or just thinking about it?  Or do you just want to get great tips from our experienced tour operator?

This no obligation get-together will provide an overview of what we will be doing on our two upcoming congregational trips – in February 2021 and February 2022. Learn about the engaging adventures and opportunities you can experience with family, friends, along with your clergy and educator.