Community Synagogue of Rye – Home

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RSVP HEREPlease send check to CSR, 200 Forest Ave, Rye, NY 10580 with event(s) in memo.To use credit card: Please call CSR at (914)967-6262.There is a 3% service fee for all credit card payments.BEAD THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLDMay 107:00-9:00PMBEAD EVERYTHING175 E Post Rd, White PlainsCost: $54/personBead with the best and make your own baubles. All materials are included to make either a bracelet or a necklace with the most beautiful gems of your choice.

PAINTING IT FORWARDTUESDAY, MAY 227:00 – 9:00PMPINOTS PALETTE108 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck, NY 10543Cost: $54/personTalk to the hamsa… and paint it too! Come sip, snack, socialize and unleash your creative spirit.No judgements, no expectations — just channel your inner Piccasostein and Van Goghberg.

T.G.I.SHABBAT7:45 PM Location to be privately disclosed -Home HospitalityIs there anything better then winding down after a long week and welcoming in the Sabbath? Enjoy a Shabbat dinner with new friends and old. Congregants Michele & Neil Fredman, Shara & Michael Kimmel, and Rabbi Daniel & Tamara Gropper are each opening their homes to share the Sabbath’s special arrival. Limited space available at each Shabbat table.

*50/50 raffle will be at each event

Inspired by Jewish teachings and traditions, Community Synagogue of Rye seeks to be a center for spiritual transformation; to foster the creation of sacred relationships; and to give people the tools and resources to be God’s partner in healing the world.This vision is guided by our commitment to the Jewish values of Worship (T’filah), Life-Long Learning (Talmud Torah), Community (Kehilah), Loving Kindness (Hesed), Repairing the World (Tikkun Olam) and Love of Israel (Ahavat Yisrael).

A special welcome message from Rabbi Daniel Gropper,Rabbi Leora Frankel and Cantor Melanie Cooperman.

The capital campaign to upgrade and modernize our synagogue is underway!We are excited to work with you to create a new space for worship, learning and connecting.

We encourage adults and children to share in experiences of Jewish family learning and become energize through our lively activities and discussions.

We navigate the many paths of prayer with a variety of worship opportunities, all stemming from Reform Judaism’s core principles of egalitarianism and innovation.

We share a commitment to seek social justice through both individual and communal acts of tzedakah (righteous giving) and gemilut hasadim (loving kindness).

Community Synagogue of Rye is affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism.

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