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                     Happy, Sweet and healthy New Year!

 


GHC wishes you and your family a very Sweet and above all Healthy New Year.  We wish for you what you wish for yourselves!

For services and ticket information, for Young Families (children 0-6), Jr Congregation (children 2nd - 7th grade), teens and adults, please contact our VP of Membership at vpmembership@ghcny.org,  or call the office
at 914-693-4260.  We look forward to welcoming you!

              fun events in our sukkah!

                             
 SANGRIA IN THE SUKKAH!  


     Saturday, October 15th 8:00pm.  Adults are invited to spend an evening of wine,             cheese, snacks, laughter and great conversation.  Click HERE to Register!

                       
                 PIZZA IN THE HUT!

     Sunday, October 16th at 4:00pm.  This is a family event, complete with
     Pizza, games, laughter and fun!   Click HERE to Register!

 

an INTERVIEW YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS!

  

our president, jeff liss, and vp of membership, Leslie Liss, were interviewed on wvox 1460 am radio
by paul feiner, the greenburgh town supervisor.  From its early childhood center to its adult education programs and everything in between, they discussed why ghc has been a major force in the rivertown's community for over 75 years.  to hear this interview, please click here.

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Prayer for Ukraine

Watch Cantor May singing a prayer for the people of Ukraine:

 

Compassionate Change

Watch Rabbi Stein's teaching for Rosh Hashanah (Day 2):

For more, please visit Rabbi Stein's YouTube channel.

Take My Hand

Watch Rabbi Stein's teaching for Parsahat Ki Tavo (5781):

For more, please visit Rabbi Stein's YouTube channel.

L'dor V'dor

A virtual performance by the GHC Choir during the GHC Gala on June 6, 2021 in honor of Naomi Feinkind. (To view the Gala in its entirety and the Gala Journal, please go to the FAQ & Special Events area of the website)

 

 

Visit our Video Archive for more clips

Coronavirus Update

We are now fully open for in-person services.  However, there are still some protocols that need to be followed.  As of now, we are admitting ONLY those who are FULLY VACCINATED.  Proof of vaccination will be required if it's the first time you are attending any in-person service. Mask-wearing is now optional at services, unless it is noted. We have congregants and guests who prefer wearing masks, so please understand that you should wear a mask if this is best for you.   We continue to look forward to meeting all who wish to attend in person, and if not, please avail yourself of our live stream option which you will find under the "Services" tab of the website. All children may attend children's services, and masking is optional, regardless of vaccination status. Children coming to the main service must be vaccinated or show proof of a very recent Covid test.

Today's Calendar

Erev Rosh Hashana
 
 
Religious School Closed
: 10:00am
Erev Rosh Hashanah: Mincha-Maariv Service
: 6:30pm
Candle Lighting
: 6:30pm

Friday Night

Kabbalat Shabbat
: 6:00pm
Candle Lighting
: 6:22pm

Shabbat Day

Shabbat Morning Service
: 9:30am
Havdalah
: 7:28pm

Upcoming Programs & Events

Sep
25
 
 
Religious School Closed
Sunday, Sep 25 10:00am
Sep
26
Tashlich
Monday, Sep 26 5:15pm

Havdalah

Tuesday, Sep 27, 7:35pm

Erev Rosh Hashana

Sunday, Sep 25
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Today's Calendar

Erev Rosh Hashana
 
 
Religious School Closed
: 10:00am
Erev Rosh Hashanah: Mincha-Maariv Service
: 6:30pm
Candle Lighting
: 6:30pm

Candle Lighting

Sunday, Sep 25, 6:30pm
View Calendar

 

Sun, September 25 2022 29 Elul 5782