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We are a diverse and inclusive Jewish community of full and part-time residents.
We believe there are many routes to meaningful Jewish experiences and this
philosophy is reflected in our name - Netivot Torah - which means "pathways to Torah."

We've Reopened! Welcome Back!

 
 

Our Shabbat services are open for all vaccinated attendees. We will also continue to use Zoom to bring services to those who can’t attend in-person, or who have not yet been vaccinated. 

Please Note: if you’d like to join us in-person we request that, if you’re able, you scan your vaccination card or your New York State Excelsior Pass* and email a copy to Ken Kranz at barken1993@gmail.com. If you don’t get a confirmation that your email was received, please phone Ken at 917-903-3661. If you’re not able to scan and email your vaccination card or Excelsior Pass, we will have someone at the door checking vaccination proof so you can bring your vaccination card or a paper or digital copy of your Excelsior pass with you.

We hope to see you at our upcoming Shabbat services and events.

*The Excelsior Pass is New York State’s digital proof of a COVID-19 vaccination. Passes can be stored on your smartphone or printed out. You can get your Excelsior Pass at: https://covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/excelsior-pass

 

"Like Removing A Hair From Milk" & Other Rabbinic Depictions of Death with Fran Snyder

Saturday, July 10th at 12:45pm 
Lunch will be served at 12pm following Shabbat Services. Please RSVP jamiestiller@gmail.com if you would like to join us for lunch
This program will be held at the Synagogue and it will also be available via Zoom.
PROOF OF VACCINATION REQUIRED FOR IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE
 
 
On July 10th, after Shabbat services, the Continuing Education Committee will present the second session of their "Mortality-immortality; Jewish Perspectives" series. TCS/NT member Fran Snyder will lead us in a reading of stories and a discussion that considers our mortality. Though ancient in origin, these tales address and answer the questions that people have asked throughout the ages: Is it merit or luck that determines long life? Can a person outsmart the angel of death? Does tradition heal the mourner? When the dead speak, should the living listen?
 
Join us for this fascinating examination of mortality and life, and find out exactly what "Like Removing A Hair From Milk" really means.
 
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Virtual Purim Celebration

Our 2021 Zoom Purim was a great success. Robert Zukerman's Purim Spiel (done in Queen Esther drag) was brilliantly funny and Steve Eidman chanted a mean Megillah. And there were some wonderful costumes. Here are some Zoom pics:

Sun, August 1 2021 23 Av 5781