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Home - East Northport Jewish Center Home About us About ENJC ENJC History Contact us Directions Worship Clergy Archives Our Rabbi Our Cantor Ritual Committee Community Israel Advocacy Congregation Board Men's Club Sisterhood Youth PJ Library Learning Sulam Leadership Religious School Adult Education Bar/Bat Mitzvah Children's Services Caring Tikun Olam Chesed Committee Membership Fundraising About us Welcome to the East Northport Jewish Center. We are a Conservative, egalitarian synagogue of approximately 300 families. We are truly multi-generational; our youngest members are infants, our oldest are in their nineties. On any Shabbat, you can find three generations of the same family in our pews. Read More Be with us for Tisha B'Av The 9th of Av is one of the saddest days in the Jewish calendar. Tisha B'Av commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem, occurring 655 years apart but on the same calendar date. Read More Join the guys for their Kickoff Night Come for conversation, camaraderie and friendship to kickoff the 2016-2017 Men's Club season. Read More It's Back- Fantasy Football! Go online and pick your team, and then be a part of weekly head-to-head matchups and end of season playoffs. Read More Our First Tot Shabbat of the Season Our youngest congregants can start the school year with their very own Shabbat program, featuring songs, stories, games and fun! All children must be accompanied by an adult please. Read More Exciting Selichot Program Renowned Bibliodramatist Peter Pitzele comes to the ENJC to guide us through an exploration of The Garden of Eden. You can't miss this fantastic program! Read More Buy a Brick Honor or memorialize a loved one, commemorate a special event, mark your years of ENJC membership, give a lasting and meaningful gift. Your brick or bench will be a part of a beautiful new outdoor seating area, to be enjoyed by all our members and guests. You can place your order by clicking below. Read More 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ? ? Leadership Ian Silverman, Rabbi Ralph P. Nussbaum, Cantor Eric Loring, ENJC President View current news articles, commentary, videos and more that have an impact on Jewish culture, politics and religion at Rabbi Silverman's Sites to See, HERE Beginning Saturday night June 11th and commencing June 12th and 13th, we observe the holiday of Shavuoth. Shavuoth is an important pilgrimage festival and the day that marks 50 days from when we began counting the Omer sheaf offering on the holiday of Pesach. The narrative of Exodus, Chapter 19, also makes a good case that it was the day on which we stood at Sinai and received the thunderous utterance of Ten Commandments that provided the scaffolding of the entire Torah. There are many theories as to why it became customary to eat dairy on Shavuoth. One theory suggests that when the Israelites received the kosher laws, they were reluctant to eat meat since the laws were complicated, and ate dairy. Another theory says simply that the Torah would be our manual in the Land of Milk and Honey. Another states that just as we wean our young and vitalize them with milk, so we must passionately do so with our Torah. A sage points out that the numeric equivalent of Halav is 40, reminding us of the forty days Moses spent on the mountain top. Here is a favorite from Nachalat Tzvi. When Moses went up to the top of the mountain he was transported to heaven. There he was required to wrest the Torah away from the possessive angels, who had possessed them for 954 generations, even before the creation! G-d transformed Moses' face to look like Abraham's. He turned to the angels and said "did you not eat milk with meat when I served you at the time you came to tell me about Sarah having Issac?" They had to admit that they did. "If that is so, then you violated the rules of the Torah that you possessed!" Having softened them up by this strong offensive parry, he continued his argument "...do you do work that you need to observe the Sabbath? Do you steal things so that you need a commandment that says thou shall not steal? ...do you worship idols that you need a commandment that says serve no other gods before me?" The angels, defeated by this argument, surrendered the 10 Commandments to him. As a result, it became customary for Jews to begin their Shavuoth festival with the dairy meal, and follow it after a short time with a meat one! We will be observing this custom with blintzes and ice cream sundaes on Saturday night, June 11th at our special learning session in honor of the festival. Our Tikun Leil Shavuoth will be covering rabbinic ideas on the nature of revelation and aspects of the Book of Ruth. It will begin with Maariv at 9pm. Please help make this a delectable and successful program. May I take this time to wish you and yours a sweet and joyful Shavuoth festival! Read More The festive holiday of Shavuot is quickly approaching and I thought that I would focus on just one minghag (custom) of this beautiful chag. It is customary on Shavuot to eat cheese blintzes which is rather interesting and curious. The underpinning of Shavuot is that we received the Torah on this chag, which makes it extraordinary. Reverting back to the custom of eating cheese blintzes. The shape of a cheese blintze is like a Torah as the cheese is rolled into the dough. The inside is sweet and makes for a delicious snack! We can absolutely learn much from this custom. Judaism is like a cheese blintze in that it sweetens our lives and adds meaning and flavor. Further, limudei kodesh, the study of Torah, can and should be sweet at all times. Studying Torah should not be a drag or feel boring. On the contrary, our approach should be one of excitement as we study the Torah and multiple texts that have resulted, since we received the Torah at Mount Sinai. With the idea of sweetness in mind, we recently had a TEENS REUNION at the ENJC. I contacted all of our teens who have celebrated a Bar or Bar Mitzvah at our synagogue in the past 3-4 years and encouraged them to come down to Shabbat morning services on Saturday/Shabbat, May 14th. Thirty-one teenagers and many parents joined us for services and their presence certainly sweetened our services tremendously. My personal thanks to all of the teens and their parents for making our services so very special. Chag sameiach Read More Shalom, chaverim! I hope that all of you are enjoying the summer in your own personal ways. The weather has been hot, but I hear the beach is pleasant. Just remember the sunscreen! From the outside, things at the East Northport Jewish Center appear very quiet. Clergy and staff are taking their vacations. Programming is limited. We have a regular service schedule, but attendance is lighter than the rest of the year. Do not be deceived. Your Board of Directors and the various standing committees are hard at work planning for the coming holiday season. I hope that you will do your part to help the process along. As you receive this, the deadline for the High Holiday Ticket Request Form is approaching. Please get your paperwork and payments into the office by Friday, August 19th, in order to be eligible for the seating priority lottery. This lottery determines the order in which the ticket requests are filled. If you are interested in helping out with the planning for the holidays and beyond, we have many committees, any of which would be glad for your support. The largest, most visible committees are Ritual, Education, Community Relations and Fundraising. Ritual is responsible for worship services, holiday observances and all religious activities of the synagogue. The Education committee helps run the Religious School. Community Relations organizes community meals, blood drives, Tot Shabbats, delivering meals to the sick or shut-in, as well as occasional social and entertainment programming. Fundraising raises moeny for the shul through large one-time campaigns and smaller, ongoing projects. Finally, while the Membership, Building Administration and House Administration Vice Presidents don't currently head active committees, from time to time, they also could use a little extra help. If you feel you have skills that could be useful, please contact the appropriate VP to inform them of your interest. If our interests or skill set do not seem to ally with an existing committee or department, let's talk! I'm sure we can find a place for you! Read More Services This Week Week of Monday, August 8 Monday – Thursday Evening minyan – 8:15 pm Friday, July 29 Evening Shabbat Service – 7:30 pm Saturday, July 30 Shabbat Service – 8:45 am Sunday, July 31 Morning minyan – 9:00 am Evening minyan – 8:15 pm Week of Monday, August 15 Monday – Thursday Evening minyan – 8:15 pm Friday, August 5 Evening Shabbat Service – 7:30 pm Saturday, August 6 Shabbat Service – 8:45 am Sunday, August 7 Morning minyan – 9:00 am Evening minyan – 8:15 pm Submit a Names for the Memorial Book Make a Donation to Torah Fund Find us on Read More Your Presence Counts– Be Our Tenth! World Wide Wrap at the ENJC – February 7, 2016 Candlelighting Contact Us The East Northport Jewish Center 328 Elwood Road East Northport, NY, 11731 Phone: 631-368-6474 Fax: 631-266-2910 Religious School Office: 631-368-6474 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Religious School: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Upcoming Events Men's Club Membership Kickoff Night (August 17, 2016 7:30 pm) Fantasy Football (August 30, 2016 9:00 pm) Tot Shabbat (September 16, 2016 6:30 pm) Selichot Bibliodrama (September 24, 2016 8:30 pm) Donate to ENJC Home About us Worship Community Learning Caring Membership Fundraising healthcare jobs washington dc levitra uk atrium pharmacy doxycycline online harmony korine drugs levaquin online prescription medication for leg cramps buy tetracycline online pills for a bigger booty buy azithromycin online metanx prescription viagra priority health insurance dapoxetine uk online google android 2.2 tablet phentermine 37.5 mg i need a doctor song adderall online without a prescription water pill for high blood pressure lorazepam online naturopathic doctor schools ostaa viagra

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