Friday, April 17, 2015

This Weekend at Kehillath Shalom Synagogue 4/17 - 4/19

Another lovely, busy weekend at our beloved Kehillath Shalom Synagogue!

Torah Study - Saturday April 18 - 10 am
Services - Saturday, April 18 - 11am

Cafe Musica Sat. April 18 7:30 pm

A night of music & refreshments at Kehillath Shalom.

Come in & join us for an evening of friendship, peace, 

tasty delights, & MUSIC!

Open Mic with hosts Janice Buckner & Toby Tobias

All musicians are invited to bring instruments & play 

original compositions.

This is a series of Open Mics featuring the music of Long Island & Tri-State favorite & emerging song-writers.  

Each session of Open Mic will be followed by featured performers. 

Join us in this beautiful setting, cafe style, to listen, eat, & drink.

We have most of it. All we need is you!

Kehillath Shalom, 58 Goose Hill Rd, 

Cold Spring Harbor, Huntington

Admission $12. Email  516-380-0910

AND Bagels and Books is Sunday, April 19th  This month's 

selection is Capitalism and the Jews by Jerry Z. Muller.  

Call the office for details.


Elizabeth Yaari - April 21st

Forum on Israel - April 25th 


Kehillath Shalom Synagogue is having an Open House!

We're having an OPEN HOUSE!  

On June 13th.  It's a work in progress though so we'll update you as we get more info.

In the meantime, save the date!

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Forums on Israel at Kehillath Shalom Synagogue

with our own Nissim Yeheskel

April 25th after services

 June 20th after services

Yom Hashoah 2015

Join the communities of Kehillath Shalom Synagogue, Temple Beth El and The Huntington Jewish Center as we commemorate Yom Hashoah this evening, April 15, at 7pm at Kehillath Shalom Synagogue: 58 Goose Hill Rd. in Cold Spring Harbor.

Friday, April 3, 2015

Passover weekend at Kehillath Shalom Synagogue April 3-5

Chag Sameach!

Passover begins tonight.

No services on Saturday morning but the community Seder is Saturday night.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

This Weekend at Kehillath Shalom Synagogue March 6 - March 8

A busy, busy weekend coming up!

On Friday, March 6th at 6:30 come celebrate Purim with costumes, hamentaschen and a reading of the Megillah.

Then on Saturday we have the rare opportunity to share services and a musical Shabbat with both Rav Greg and Cantor Judy.  Torah study begins at 10am sharp with services to follow at 11am!

On Sunday, Rav Greg will be leading an adult education class on Jewish Mysticism, Kabbalah, and Contemporary Jewish Spirituality.  10am and OPEN TO ALL, regardless of affilation (so spread the word and bring friends and family!)


Have you RSVP'd yet?

Monday, March 2, 2015

A Purim Poem by Jeanne Steig

Come celebrate Purim at Kehillath Shalom Synagogue!  Friday night - 

March 6th at 6:30pm

And in the meantime, it's by no means the "whole Megillah" but it covers all the important bits!  I give you...

The Esther Story

by Jeanne Steig

High-handed Haman, esteemed by the King,
Did an evil, ibnoble – nay damnable – thin.
He proclaimed, “We have too many Hebrews by far.
Let them therefore be slain, in the month of Adar.”
When the news reached Queen Esther, she shivered a bit,
Then cried: “Down, I say, down with this scrofulous writ!”

She invited her husband and Haman to feast.
When they’d guzzled their fill, and their chins were well greased,
Said King Ahasuerus, “Dear Lady, bravo!
What gift shall I give you, what trinket bestow?
What prize will you claim for such tasty ragouts?”
She said, “Save my life!  And my people – the Jews.”

“Who threatens my Queen, what despicable hound?”
Esther pointed to Haman, who fell to the ground.
King Ahasuerus was horribly wroth.
His eyes were aflame, his lips were afroth.
Very little remains of this story to tell.
Horrid Haman was hanged, and his ten sons as well.

The festival Purim, which Hebrews observe,
Commemorates Esther – her cunning, her verve.
They dress up in costumes, and sing jolly tines,
And eat hamantaschen, a cookie with prunes.