Shana Tova from SAJ


We wish our community, friends and neighbors a shana tova. If you have not yet purchased tickets, please call the SAJ office, as tickets are no longer available on-line. You must have a ticket to enter the building.

Click here for a timetable of High Holiday services.

SAJ Music Service with Resident Musicians


Join us at SAJ for our special Music Service accompanied by SAJ's resident band. The band is led by Naomi Less, singer and guitarist, and included Glenn Grossman on percussion, Brian Gelfand on keyboard and David Meer on double bass. Click here to see a sample music video.
This year's Music Service dates are: November 15, December 13, January 10 and 31, 2015, March 14, and May 9

Welcome SAJ's New Education Director, Rabbi Lori Feldstein-Gardner!

Rabbi Lori

Rabbi Lori Feldstein-Gardner was born and raised in New York. She was very active in her home congregation, Riverdale Temple. It was there at age 16 that she decided that she wanted to be a rabbi. She found Reconstructionist Judaism at age 18 while attending Mount Holyoke College. She was a member of Reconstructionist congregation Jewish Community of Amherst (Amherst, MA). Rabbi Lori studied Theatre Arts and History with a concentration in Russian history and the Cold War in college.  Read more»

Revolutionary Jewish Learning Experience for Children Grades 4 - 7

Jewish Journey Project logo

For children in grades 4th - 7th, the Jewish Journey Project (JJP) is a new, revolutionary Jewish learning experience for children and their families.

The whole community becomes a living classroom where every learner's individual interests and abilities help shape an inventive, personalized, experiential curriculum. JJP offers multiple pathways toward a lifelong commitment to Jewish life and values.

Our next Open Houses for Prospective Parents is Sunday, October 5 at 10:00AM. Or call our office at 212-724-7172 before then, if you would like more information.  Read more»

Learning Resources

Click here to see a list of learning resources. There are audio recordings and words of prayers and songs, as well as instructions for ritual ceremonies.

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