Giving Tuesday- December 1, 2020

Support NJOP on Giving Tuesday

December 1, 2020 is Giving Tuesday - A global day of giving!

Your contributions are tax-deductible.

Two Ways to Help NJOP this Giving Tuesday!

Donate! Click here to make a donation to NJOP in honor of Giving Tuesday.

 

You can also help spread the message about NJOP this Giving Tuesday!

 

The following is a short text we have prepared which you can copy and paste on your social networks to bring attention to NJOP's good work.
Feel free to personalize it by adding an optional line or two about your personal connection to NJOP:

"In honor of Giving Tuesday (December 1, 2020), I've decided to help raise money for a cause that I really care about: NJOP (the National Jewish Outreach Program). Together, our contributions can have a big impact, to help provide positive, joyous Jewish experiences and exciting educational opportunities for Jewish people throughout North America and the rest of the world.

Please consider joining me in making a donation on this special day of global giving. Please donate here: https://bit.ly/njopgt2020

Email us if you need any assistance.

Please note that a PayPal account is NOT required.  After selecting ‘Donate Now’, you will have the option to use a debit or credit card.

If you would prefer to donate by mail you may send a check payable to NJOP:

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Support your community with a donation or dedication!

Your contributions are tax-deductible.

Please note that a PayPal account is NOT required.  After selecting ‘Donate Now’, you will have the option to use a debit or credit card.

For another exciting opportunity, we have partnered with AmazonSmile. A portion of your AmazonSmile purchases will be donated to NJOP.

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If you would prefer to donate by mail you may send a check payable to NJOP:

1345 Avenue of the Americas,
2nd Floor
New York, NY 10105-0014

 

Selecting  a “Donate” link will present you with the option to use your PayPal account or donate with a card.

Dedication Opportunities

Dedications in honor of someone important in your life is an excellent means of supporting NJOP’s vital work.  Below are some suggested donation opportunities that NJOP is looking to fulfill.

Jewish Treats: Dedicate a dose of “Juicy Bits of Judaism, Daily”

Jewish Treats is the Social Media Arm of NJOP.  Your tax-deductible gift will help us continue to share interesting and enjoyable observations about Judaism, which we like to call “Juicy Bits of Judaism”.

Share the beauty of Jewish life by sponsoring Jewish Treats on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.

Make a Pledge to Help Jewish Treats

Multimedia Crash Course In Jewish History (CCJH)

Bring Jewish history to life in a whole new way. Help NJOP create a digital version of the CCJH.

Make a Pledge to Help Create a Multimedia Jewish History Course

Jewish Treats Holiday eGuides

Enable NJOP to continue enhancing the celebration of the Jewish festivals by extending our line of Jewish Treats holiday eGuides.

Make a Pledge to Help Create a Holiday eGuide

Reishith Binah

Dedicate a printing (1,500 copies) of Reishith Binah, NJOP’s free, widely-acclaimed Hebrew Reading primer used in conjunction with the Hebrew Reading Crash Course.

Make a Pledge to Help Print Hebrew Reading Materials

Special Edition Mini-Reishith Binah Booklets

Facilitate the printing of 10,000 copies of a special edition of the mini-Reishith Binah that will include either a selection of High Holiday prayers or the Mourners Kaddish.

Make a Pledge to Help Print Mini-Reishith Binah Booklets

Rabbi Buchwald’s Weekly Video on YouTube

Sponsor NJOP’s Director Rabbi Buchwald as he shares fascinating insights connecting Jewish life with contemporary and timely topics.

Make a Pledge to Support Rabbi Buchwald's Weekly Video

Hebrew Reading App

Sponsor the development of NJOP’s Hebrew Reading App, and enable students to learn Hebrew at their own pace.

Make a Pledge to Help Develop NJOP Hebrew Reading App

Social Media Posters and Videos

Enable NJOP to create more inspiring virtual posters and videos to be shared on Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter. These Jewish-themed graphics and videos generate thousands of shares, while instilling Jewish pride and spreading both inspiration and the Jewish Treats brand.

Make a Pledge to Help Create Digital Posters and Videos

To discuss these or any other sponsorship opportunities, contact Larry Greenman at 646-871-0113 or [email protected].


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Community Programs

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    Read Hebrew America and CanadaShabbat Across America and CanadaHebrew Reading and Writing Crash CoursesCrash Course in Basic JudaismCrash Course in Jewish HistoryParents are Teachers (P.A.T.)Beginners Services (Shabbat and High Holiday)Chanukah ProgramsPassover ProgramsSukkot ProgramsHigh Holiday Prayer Workshop

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    Welcome to NJOP

    Since NJOP’s founding in 1987, we have partnered with over 5,127* locations in 44* countries to bring free and low cost programming, and positive, joyous Jewish experiences to over 1,706,552* Jews.

    Each Fall we work with locations throughout North America in partnering with us for Read Hebrew America and Canada, our continent-wide Hebrew literacy campaign that takes place after the High Holidays. We have dozens of programming options to be run throughout the year ranging from our flagship campaign Shabbat Across America and Canada, to our acclaimed Crash Courses in Basic Judaism and Jewish History. We also provide materials for both your Shabbat and High Holiday Beginners Service programs. A full list of our programs and classes can be found below, and most are free of charge!

    So look around, and when you are ready, fill out this form to let us know which classes or programs you are interested in participating in and we will help you connect with what you’re looking for.

    Jewish Treats is the social media arm of NJOP. When launched in 2008, NJOP’s social media platforms have become one of the go-to places for Jewish education and experiences on the social web. Find us at JewishTweets on Twitter, the Jewish Treats Facebook Page, on Instagram, our Pinterest Boards and YouTube Channel.

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      Hebrew Reading Crash Course Level OneHebrew Reading Crash Course Level TwoOne Day ReviewHebrew Writing Crash CourseShabbat Across America and CanadaCrash Course in Basic JudaismCrash Course in Jewish HistoryShabbat Beginners ServicesHigh Holidays Beginners ServicesHigh Holidays Prayer WorkshopSukkot ProgramsChanukah ProgramsPassover Workshop/Model SederPassover Across America Seder

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      Community

      Community

      Resources and programs for rabbis, Jewish educators and synagogue representatives

      Welcome NJOP Partners

      Since NJOP’s founding in 1987, we have partnered with over 5,127* locations in 44* countries to bring free and low cost programming, and positive, joyous Jewish experiences to over 1,706,552* Jews, many of whom were previously unaffiliated, or marginally affiliated.

      Each Fall we work with locations throughout North America in partnering with us for Read Hebrew America and Canada, our continent-wide Hebrew literacy campaign that takes place after the High Holidays. We have dozens of programming options to be run throughout the year ranging from our flagship campaign Shabbat Across America and Canada, to our acclaimed Crash Courses in Basic Judaism and Jewish History. We also provide materials for both your Shabbat and High Holiday Beginners Service programs. A full list of our programs and classes can be found below, and most are free of charge!

      So look around, and when you are ready, fill out this form to let us know which classes or programs you are interested in offering at your location and we’ll have your regional program coordinator contact you to finish the registration process. Remember, the NJOP programming team is here to help every step of the way.

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        Read Hebrew America and CanadaShabbat Across America and CanadaHebrew Reading and Writing Crash CoursesCrash Course in Basic JudaismCrash Course in Jewish HistoryParents are Teachers (P.A.T.)Beginners Services (Shabbat and High Holiday)Chanukah ProgramsPassover ProgramsSukkot ProgramsHigh Holiday Prayer Workshop

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        Grant Opportunities

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        NJOP has three incredible Grant Opportunities to support your organization, synagogue or community.

        High Holiday Beginners Service

        The Freyer High Holiday Beginners Service Initiative

        NJOP Announces $500 Stipends for Synagogues/Jewish Centers Running NJOP’s High Holiday Beginners Service. Thanks to the generosity of Sylvia Freyer and the Freyer Family Foundation, NJOP will be awarding grants of up to $500 each on a first-come-first-served basis to serve as seed money to help launch, promote and facilitate a High Holiday Beginners Service (HHBS).

        If your synagogue or Jewish organization has not participated in the Freyer High Holiday Beginners Service, we encourage you to apply for the stipend and offer an exciting and dynamic Beginners Service on one or both days of Rosh Hashana and/or on Yom Kippur (Kol Nidrei eve and Yom Kippur day) that will appeal to, and be open to, the broader Jewish community.

        How to Spend the Stipend

        The $500 stipend is a reimbursement. In order to receive a check from NJOP, receipts/invoices are required for the exact amount spent (up to $500). This stipend is meant to be used for recruiting and engaging people to attend your High Holiday Beginners Service…

        Grant Qualifications and Criteria

        In order for an application to be considered, in addition to the High Holiday Beginners Service, the location must agree to offer an NJOP Hebrew Reading or Writing Course, participate in a conference call with representatives from other qualifying locations, make an effort to conduct a Shabbat Beginners Service and share…

        The Service's History

        If executed properly, your synagogue/organization will not only discover how valuable such a service is for its intended audience. By offering this type of programming, it can benefit your synagogue/organization by attracting new members or engaging dormant members…

        Sukkot Across America

        There is no question that Sukkot is one of the most joyous and fun-filled holidays found in the Jewish calendar. Unfortunately, many unaffiliated and marginally affiliated Jews in your community have never experienced this joy, since they have never been invited to join the celebration.
        NJOP would like to invite you to apply to participate in Sukkot Across America. Simply agree to run a free and exciting program in your Sukkah the non-Shabbat days of Chol Hamoed Sukkot, that will appeal to the wider Jewish community. If your application is accepted, NJOP will offer you up to $500 towards promotional expenses.  Up to eighty locations will be selected.

        The goal of Sukkot Across America is to have synagogues, Jewish centers and outreach programs across the country open their sukkot to the general Jewish community and, hopefully, inspire the visitors to become more engaged in Jewish life. At each of these specially chosen sukkah locations, participants will be invited to shake a lulav and etrog, enjoy some refreshments and perhaps some music and rejoice on this happiest of Jewish holidays.

        How to Spend the Stipend

        The $500 stipend can only be used to promote or enhance your Sukkot program and/or to enable you to reach more people who may not otherwise experience the festival of Sukkot. NJOP wants you to upgrade your program or augment your advertising with the stipend…

        Grant Qualifications and Criteria

        In order for an application to be considered, in addition to Sukkot Across America, the location must agree to offer an NJOP Hebrew Reading or Writing Course, provide post-event report and share…

        If you have any questions, please contact NJOP’s Assistant Director Larry Greenman at 646-871-0113 or [email protected].

        Passover Across America

        Out of an abundance of caution due to the spread of the Coronavirus and heeding the recommendation of medical professionals to forgo large gatherings for the time being, this year NJOP will not be going forward with our sponsorship of Passover Across America Communal Seders. We hope to reinstate the grant initiative in future years. We pray for the speedy and complete recovery of all those who have contracted the virus and the safety of all others.

        Thank you for your understanding.

        Run an explanatory Communal Outreach Passover Seder open to all Jews on the first and/or second night of passover to qualify for our grant. The goal of the program is to enable Jewish organizations and synagogues to offer a hands-on explanatory seder to Jews of limited religious background, helping participants develop a deeper understanding of, and appreciation for, the seder’s customs and rituals.

        If your application is accepted, NJOP will offer you up to $1,000 toward certain expenses (see below). Up to seventy locations will be selected.

        How to Spend the Stipend

        The $1000 stipend can only be used to promote, enhance or increase the reach of your Passover Across America Seder. NJOP wants you to upgrade your seder program or augment your advertising with the stipend. Acceptable ways of using the stipend include: providing subsidies to those who…

        Grant Qualifications and Criteria

        In order for an application to be considered, in addition to the High Holiday Beginners Service, the location must agree to offer an NJOP Hebrew Reading or Writing Course, Crash Course in Basic Judaism or a Crash Course in Jewish History. The course you choose should run sometime between…

        Grant Application

          Available Grants
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          Volunteer

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          Make a difference today!

          Become a Volunteer Teacher

          Contact Florence Wiener

          Volunteer at the NJOP offices

          Contact Larry Greenman

          Volunteer at NJOP events

          Contact Larry Greenman

          Looking for other opportunities to support NJOP?


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          Holidays

          Holidays

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          Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, is much more than the celebration of another year’s passing. Rosh Hashana is, after all, a celebration of the very creation of the world and a recognition of humankind’s relationship to the Creator. Fundamental to Judaism is the belief in an active G-d who is involved in our lives like a caring parent.

          Explore all of our Rosh-Hashana programs, classes, stories, articles, guides and more.
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          Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, begins at sunset. There is something mystical about Yom Kippur in that almost all Jews recognize the holiness of the day: On Yom Kippur, God graces the world with amnesty — all one needs to do is to come and ask for it. When we spend the day talking with God, we are discussing, privately, all the things for which we need such amnesty, thereby cleansing ourselves and helping us recognize how we can improve our lives…

          Explore all of our Yom Kippur programs, classes, stories, articles, guides and more.
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          Each holiday also has its own unique mitzvot. The mitzvot of Sukkot are: Rejoice On Your Holiday; “You shall keep the feast of tabernacles seven days… And you shall rejoice in your feast… and you shall be altogether joyful” (Deuteronomy 16:13-15). To Wave The Four Species; “And you shall take for yourselves on the first day, the fruit of a beautiful tree, the branch of a palm tree, a bough from the myrtle tree, and willows of the stream, and you shall rejoice before your G-d for seven days” (Leviticus 23:40)…

          Explore all of our Sukkot programs, classes, stories, articles, guides and more.
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          One small jar of oil… It would take another week for a fresh jar of pure olive oil to be made.  Not wanting to put off the mitzvah, they decided to light the Menorah – and the miracle of Chanukah occurred. Despite the small quantity of oil, THE MENORAH REMAINED LIT FOR THE ENTIRE EIGHT DAYS…

          Explore all of our Chanukah programs, classes, stories, articles, guides and more.

          Unlike the festive meals of Shabbat, Rosh Hashana, Passover, Sukkot or Shavuot, the Purim seuda (as a feast is called in Hebrew) is in commemoration of an actual feast that took place in the time of Esther. In fact, the Purim story contains numerous important feasts…

          Explore all of our Purim programs, classes, stories, articles, guides and more.
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          Passover celebrates G-d’s taking the Israelites out of slavery from Egypt and bringing them to the Promised Land.  The children of Israel’s trek down to Egypt actually begins with their forefather, Abraham. Abraham was the first person to acknowledge a purely monotheistic G-d. As a consequence, G-d promises to make his descendants into a great nation…

          Explore all of our Passover programs, classes, stories, articles, guides and more.
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          Shavuot, Festival of Weeks – Shavuot is the only holiday not listed in the Torah by the day and month on which it is to be observed. Rather, the Torah instructed that this festival take place the 49th day after the second day of Passover, the day on which the Omer Sacrifice was offered. The name, therefore, reflects the fact that this holiday occurs seven complete weeks (Shavuot) after Passover.

          Explore all of our Shavout programs, classes, stories, articles, guides and more.

          The Seventeenth of Tammuz marks the beginning of a period known as the “Three Weeks.” Exactly 21 days (3 weeks) after the fast day is Tisha B’Av, a full day of mourning over the destruction of both Temples and the other great tragedies throughout history that correspond with the date. More than just a “bridge between two fast days,” the Three Weeks are, historically, a time of continuing tragedy…

          Explore all of our Tisha B'av programs, classes, stories, articles, guides and more.

          Other Holidays

          Learn more about other Jewish holidays, modern holidays, minor fasts and what they mean to our history and our culture.

          The dates listed here are the day of the holiday, however, Jewish holidays begin at sunset on the evening before the holiday (Erev, or “eve of”).


          Judaism

          Judaism

          To enhance the understanding and appreciation of the depth and breadth of Judaism.

          Essential Judaism

          Embrace Judaism through the exploration of our Belief in God, Prayer, The Sabbath, Jewish Observance and Sexuality.  NJOP’s Basic Judaism class explores these topics in depth and includes thought-provoking, extra-curricular reading to enhance your understanding and appreciation of the depth and breadth of Judaism.

          Learn how you are an integral part of Jewish history and be empowered with a working knowledge of who we are, where we came from and where we are going, by participating in NJOP’s exciting History class.

          Explore Judaism and embrace your heritage with NJOP’s excellent resources and programs.

          Basic Judaism Videos

          Crash Course in Basic Judaism Web Series

          Web Series

          Watch NJOP’s Crash Course in Basic Judaism Web Series featuring Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald, Founder and Director of NJOP. In these video lectures, you will be provided with a basic knowledge of Judaism from a more relatable, personal standpoint. These videos are also very helpful to lead the members of your community beyond the Judaism they think they know!

          View The Series

          Basic Judaism Courses

          Our Judaism courses establish the basic foundation of Judaism and its history to participants. These courses will inspire participants’ interest in further exploration of their own Jewish experience.

          Virtual CCBJ & CCJH

          NJOP has many materials to enable you to easily run our popular courses in Basic Judaism, Jewish History and Hebrew Reading, via Zoom or other virtual learning platforms. Stay connected with your Jewish heritage…

          Crash Course in Basic Judaism

          NJOP’s five-part Crash Course in Basic Judaism will expand your knowledge beyond the Judaism you think you know! Free of charge, this special opportunity provides everything that you will need…

          Crash Course in Jewish History

          Deepen your roots to your Jewish identity or give your members a sense of Jewish identity by offering NJOP’s Crash Course in Jewish History (CCJH). See how you and others are an integral…

          Hebrew Reading Crash Courses

          NJOP has already taught more than 250,000 North American Jews how to read Hebrew through our innovative Hebrew Reading Crash Courses (HRCC). Starting with our Hebrew Reading Crash Course Level I…

          Send us message to have us contact you about running any of our Basic Judaism or Jewish History courses or call 1-800-44-HEBREW.


          Hebrew

          Hebrew

          Brush up on your Hebrew reading skills, learn to read and write Hebrew or simply establish a connection with Jewish communities around the world.

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          b’roochim ha’ba’im!

          Welcome!

          Throughout Jewish history, Hebrew has been a connection between Jewish communities around the world. For many modern Jews, learning Hebrew is the first step to reconnecting with their roots.

          Hebrew Reading and Writing Courses

          Our Hebrew programs are run nationwide, year round but we run the most classes during the fall as part of our Read Hebrew America and Canada Program

          Virtual Hebrew Reading / Writing Classes

          NJOP has many wonderful materials to enable you to easily run our popular courses in Hebrew Reading, Basic Judaism and Jewish History via Zoom or other virtual learning platforms…

          Hebrew Reading Crash Courses

          NJOP has already taught more than 250,000 North American Jews how to read Hebrew through our innovative Hebrew Reading Crash Courses (HRCC). Starting with our Hebrew Reading Crash Course Level I…

          One Day Review

          The One Day Review (ODR) is designed to help participants brush up on their Hebrew letter recognition skills prior to starting Level II or in preparation for the Jewish holidays.  In just a few hours, students are able to refresh their Hebrew skills and…

          Hebrew Reading Crash Course Level I

          Participants in the free Hebrew Reading Crash Course will learn to read Hebrew in five, 1 and 1/2 hour weekly sessions. Designed for Jews with little or no background…

          Hebrew Reading Crash Course Level II

          NJOP’s Hebrew Reading Crash Course Level II is designed to improve students’ reading skills and fluency by introducing them to special pronunciation rules and basic Hebrew grammar to help them expand their…

          Hebrew Writing Crash Course

          NJOP has taught over 250,000 Jews how to read the Aleph-Bet, now we want to teach them how to write it. The perfect follow-up to your Level I Hebrew Reading…

          Twebrew School

          Twebrew School: Twitter + Hebrew = Twebrew School! NJOP decided to put a twist on Hebrew School by recreating it for the Twitter generation. With bite-sized (just over Twitter’s 140 character limit) lessons…

          Read Hebrew America and Canada

          Read Hebrew America and Canada (RHA/C) is NJOP’s continent-wide Hebrew literacy campaign to win back the hearts of North American Jews. To be a part of our campaign, classes can be offered beginning anytime between…

          Send us message to have us contact you about running any of our Hebrew Reading or Writing courses or call 1-800-44-HEBREW.


          Shabbat

          Shabbat

          More than the Jews have kept the Sabbath, the Sabbath has kept the Jews.

          An Oasis in Time

          The Jewish Sabbath has been called an “oasis in time.” This heavenly gift, “Divine Therapy,” if you will, is a unique opportunity for spiritual and psychological renewal that comes every week, and it’s free! Contemporary observers often speak of the need for “quality time.” Shabbat teaches that there cannot be quality time without quantity time. Shabbat is indeed an idea whose time has come.

          Sacred Time

          As we enter the 21st century, the world has never needed Shabbat more. Our society desperately needs time to catch its breath, to look inward, not outward, to be introspective. We need an opportunity to hug our children, look our spouses in the eye, and engage in true communication, without constant interruptions of telephones, radios, videos and computer games. For all our valued technological advancements (streaming music, smart phones, internet, smart homes, etc.)  our ability to communicate has greatly diminished. In fact, studies indicate that the average American parent speaks with his/her children no more than 11 minutes a day and watches television 35.5 hours a week!

          We, and our families, need “sacred time.” Shabbat provides just that, and much more. It has been said, “More than the Jews have kept the Sabbath, the Sabbath has kept the Jews.” It is an elixir of life. It is G-d’s greatest gift to human-kind. Embrace it! Savor a taste of the world to come.

          Jewish Treats Complete Guide to Shabbat

          Jewish Treats and our parent organization NJOP, are excited to introduce our Jewish Treats Complete Guide to Shabbat eBook- your online resource to the Day of Rest. This eBook includes a little bit of everything: From how to light the Shabbat candles, the secrets of braided challah, the songs of the Sabbath and much more.  Everything you need to know and have been wondering about Shabbat is now right at your fingertips!

          Please share this fun and informative Shabbat eBook with your friends and family!

          ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Print the Jewish Treats Complete Guide to Shabbat or use the interface on this page to view or download.

          *We’d love for you to be able to enjoy this Jewish Treats eBook on Shabbat, as well as during the week. To use it on Shabbat, be sure to print your copy before sunset on Friday to stay within the Shabbat spirit.

          Shabbat Programs

          NJOP is proud to be able to offer you a selection of informative educational resources for Shabbat.

          Shabbat Across America and Canada

          “Turn an ordinary Friday night into something extraordinary!” On Friday night, March 5, 2021, hundreds of synagogues across the continent will take part in an historic national Jewish event to celebrate what unifies all Jews — Shabbat! Everyone is invited…

          Shabbat Across America at Home

          Have you experienced the magic of NJOP’s Shabbat Across America and Canada? Have you wanted to participate but couldn’t? Do you love the idea of creating an evening of warm inspiration, simple peace and beautiful tradition?…

          Beginners Service

          Designed specifically for the novice worshiper, this free explanatory prayer service is conducted in both Hebrew and English, and provides a comfortable non-judgmental venue for those with little synagogue experience…

          CommUNITY

          Take the Shabbat Across America and Canada unity challenge and organize a CommUNITY Shabbat Across America and Canada. The CommUNITY initiative requires multiple organizations in one city to work together to create…

          Send us message to have us contact you about running any of our Shabbat programs or call 1-800-44-HEBREW.


          About

          About Us

          Our Misson

          The National Jewish Outreach Program (NJOP) is an independent, non-profit organization which is dedicated to providing, through educational courses and experiential programs, a basic Jewish education for every Jew in America.

          1,706,552

          Over the last 31 years, more than 1.6M North American Jews have been engaged Jewishly through NJOP’s positive, joyous Jewish programs and experiences.

          Our History

          NJOP was established in 1987 by Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald in response to the spiraling losses of Jews from Jewish life due to assimilation and lack of Jewish knowledge. Through its highly innovative and stimulating educational programming and influential social media platforms, NJOP conveys the relevance and vibrancy of Judaism to contemporary Jews by providing a greater understanding and knowledge of the basics of Judaism and Jewish life.

          NJOP’s ever-expanding efforts have given the program the opportunity to become an acclaimed leader in

          Jewish social media

          NJOP’s ability to recognize the most current cultural trends has allowed tens of thousands of fans and followers to present with a means to positively and joyously participate in Jewish life through @JewishTweets on Twitter, NJOP’s Jewish Treats daily email and Facebook page. NJOP’s Jewish Treats’ YouTube channel boasts more than two million views.

          Since its founding, NJOP has become one of the largest and most successful organizations, impacting broadly on Jewish engagement throughout the world.

          Jewish Treats is the social media arm of NJOP, your tax-deductible gift to Jewish Treats will help us continue to share interesting and enjoyable observations about Judaism, which we like to call “Juicy Bits of Judaism,” in the future.

          Support NJOP Today!

          Donate

          For more information about NJOP, please call 1-800-444-3273.



          Blogs

          Blogs

          An archive of NJOP's collection of articles for you to enjoy.

          A new blog post is published each weekday sharing interesting and enjoyable observations about Judaism.

          Explore the world Jewishly

          Rabbi Ephraim Buchwald shares with you his fascinating insights on the upcoming parasha, the weekly Torah portion.

          Fascinating Insights

          NJOP decided to put a twist on Hebrew School by recreating it with bite-sized lessons for the Twitter generation.

          "Bite sized" Hebrew lessons

          Catch up with NJOP’s fresh news including Juicy Jewish resources, essential articles, photos and more.

          NJOP's Fresh News

          Jewish Treats

          Jewish Treats

          New blog posts each weekday sharing interesting and enjoyable observations about Judaism, called “Juicy Bits of Judaism.” These bite-sized facts and actions are easy to digest and are a great way to make a daily connection to Judaism in about two minutes.

          Explore the world Jewishly with these enticing tidbits of fun Jewish news, pop culture, history, factoids and surprising snippets of knowledge daily.

          Sign up to receive Juicy Bits of Judaism, Daily.


            High Holiday Beginner Service

            COVID-19 | Program Status

            Out of an abundance of caution due to the spread of the Coronavirus and heeding the recommendation of medical professionals to forgo large gatherings for the time being, NJOP will not be going forward with our High Holiday Beginners Service program this year. We hope to reinstate the initiative in future years. We pray for the speedy and complete recovery of all those who have contracted the virus and the safety of all others.

            Thank you for your understanding.

            Looking for something different for this year’s High Holidays?

            If you are one of thousands of Jews around the country who are curious but wary or hesitant about High Holiday services, NJOP invites you to start here.

            Below we have listed locations that are offering dynamic and accessible services, where an attendee can be comfortable, no matter their background. Use the map on this page to see if a High Holiday Beginners Service is taking place in your community, we hope you will consider attending this year.

            Best wishes for a happy and sweet New Year!

            High Holidays 2020

            Rosh Hashana September 19 - 20

            (Begins at sundown on September 18th)

            Rosh Hashana, known as the Jewish New Year, is the day on which the Jewish people declare God as King. It is also known as the Day of Judgement and starts a period of ten days during which it is customary to engage in a process of teshuva (repentance) in which a person acknowledges past wrongdoings and works to resolve them.

            Yom Kippur September 28

            (Begins with Kol Nidre at sundown on Octobrer 27th)

            Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is the last day of the Ten Days of Teshuva. A full fast day, Yom Kippur is the day on which the Jewish people as a whole and as individuals atone for their transgressions and ask God that their teshuva be accepted.

            For additional resources and to learn more about the holidays of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, please visit high-holidays

            We're sorry, no locations are available for the High Holiday Beginners Service this year, we hope you'll join us next year.

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            Attend A Service

            Check the map or run a search above to see if there is a High Holiday Beginners Service taking place in a community near you. Use the information provided in the listing to contact our partners to register or learn more.

            Donate

            Help us to help your community! Make a tax-deductible donation to NJOP and support programs like HHBS. Use AmazonSmile and your eligible purchases will earn donations too!

            Partner with NJOP

            Are you a rabbi, Jewish educator or synagogue representative? Click here to learn about the many ways you can partner with NJOP.

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            The 25th Annual

            Shabbat Across America and Canada

            is March 5, 2021!

            Are you a rabbi or synagogue lay leader who
            would like your congregation to take part? Register here.
            Click here to register to receive materials for your Shabbat at Home

            Shabbat Across Canada

            For those of you north of the border, many Canadian synagogues will be taking part in our Shabbat Across Canada initiative. We hope you can join us!

            “Turn an ordinary Friday night into something extraordinary!”

            On Friday night, March 5, 2021, hundreds of synagogues across the continent will take part in an historic national Jewish event to celebrate what unifies all Jews — Shabbat! Everyone is invited… singles, couples, families — all ages.

            That’s the magic of Shabbat Across America and Shabbat Across Canada. By participating in this continent-wide event, you will not only have the opportunity to experience Shabbat, but you will be sharing your experience with tens of thousands of Jews across North America.

            No matter what your affiliation or which Shabbat Across America or Shabbat Across Canada location you choose to attend, NJOP’s annual Shabbat program will give you a “taste” of Shabbat. Explanatory services, traditional rituals, delicious meals and lively discussions are all important components of the Shabbat experience, as well as the opportunity to spend the evening with like-minded people, friends and family.

            Shabbat Across America or Shabbat Across Canada is for every Jew, and those who are unable to go to a registered location can participate in their own homes or in gatherings with friends/family.

            Find an Event Near You
            Radius:

            Temple Beth Shalom

            19140 Lyons Road, Boca Raton, FL 33434


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            (561) 483-5557


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            Temple Isaiah

            1 Chelsea Pl, Great Neck, NY 11021


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            (516) 487-5373


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            Malverne Jewish Center

            1 Norwood Ave, Malverne, NY 11565

            Beth Emeth Bais Yehuda Synagogue

            100 Elder Street, North York, ON M3H 5G7 CANADA

            Congregation B'nai Sholom - Beth David

            100 Hempstead Ave, Rockville Centre, NY 11570

            Temple Hillel / Southside Jewish Center

            1000 Rosedale Rd, Valley Stream, NY 11581

            Beth Tikvah B'nai Jeshurun

            1001 Paper Mill Rd, Erdenheim, PA 19038


            Contact Details

            (215) 836-5677

            http://www.btbj.org


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            Congregation Kol Ami

            1008 W Water St, Elmira, NY 14905


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            (607) 732-7410
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            Congregation B'nai Jacob

            101 Manavon Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460

            Marlboro Jewish Center

            103 School Rd West, Marlboro, NJ 07746


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            (732) 536-2300

            http://www.mjcnj.com


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            Flatbush Minyan

            1049 E 13th St, Brooklyn, NY 11230


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            (718) 338-8442


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            Congregation Ahavat Olam

            106 Windeler Road, Howell, NJ 07731

            Congregation B'nai Tzedek

            10621 S Glen Rd, Potomac, MD 20854


            Contact Details

            (301) 299-0225
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            Congregation Or Atid

            10625 Patterson Avenue, Richmond, VA 23238


            Contact Details

            (804) 740-4747

            http://www.oratid.org


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            Temple Ner Tamid of Downey

            10629 Lakewood Blvd, Downey, CA 90241

            Temple Etz Chaim

            1080 E Janss Rd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

            Congregation Etz Chaim / Monroe Township Jewish Center

            11 Cornell Avenue, Monroe Township, NJ 08831

            Manhattan Jewish Experience @ Safra Synagogue

            11 East 53rd Street, New York, NY 10065


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            Independent Synagogue

            11 Vista Toscana, Lake Elsinore, CA 92532

            Jewish Experience of Madison (JEM)

            110 N. Bedford Street #239 , Madison, WI 53703


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            240-216-3127

            http://www.jemuw.com


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            Jewish Rockville Outreach Center

            11034 Old Georgetown Road, Rockville, MD 20852

            Temple Beth El

            111 West End Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11235


            Contact Details

            (718) 891-3500
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            Ahavath Torah Congregation

            1179 Central Street, Stoughton, MA 02072


            Contact Details

            (781) 344-8733
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            Whitestone Hebrew Center

            12-45 Clintonville St, Whitestone, NY 11357


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            (718) 767-1500


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            Temple Emmanuel of Wakefield

            120 Chestnut St, Wakefield, MA 01880


            Contact Details

            (781) 245-1886
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            Young Israel of Long Beach

            120 Long Beach Blvd., Long Beach, NY 11561


            Contact Details

            (646) 285-5301

            http://www.yilb.org


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            Congregation Beth El

            1200 Fairfield Woods Rd, Fairfield, CT 06825

            Congregation Kol Ami

            1200 N La Brea Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90038

            Congregation Beth Israel

            12277 Three Rivers Rd, Gulfport, MS 39503

            Etz Chayim Synagogue

            123 Matheson Avenue East, Winnipeg, MB R2W 0C3 CANADA

            Temple Beth Hillel

            12326 Riverside Dr, Valley Village, CA 91607

            Congregation Ner Tamid

            1250 Quintara St, San Francisco, CA 94116

            Temple B'nai Israel

            127 S Barry St, Olean, NY 14760


            Contact Details

            (716) 372-3431


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            Bay Terrace Garden Jewish Center

            13-00 209th St, Bayside, NY 11360


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            (718) 428-6363
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            Makom Solel Lakeside

            1301 Clavey Rd, Highland Park, IL 60035

            Temple B'nai Israel

            1301 Marshall St, Tupelo, MS 38804

            Las Olas Chabad Jewish Center

            1302 E. Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

            Temple Beth El Allentown

            1305 Springhouse Rd., Allentown, PA 18104

            Manhattan Jewish Experience West Side

            131 W 86th St, New York, NY 10024


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            (212) 787-9533


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            Temple Shalom

            132 SE 11th Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33446


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            (954) 942-6410
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            Temple Beth Shalom

            1322 E 30th Ave, Spokane, WA 99203

            ASK Morningside Center @ Anshi S'fard

            1324 North Highland Ave, Atlanta, GA 30306

            Congregation Talmud Torah Adereth El

            133 East 29th Street, New York, NY 10016

            Temple Shalom of Central Florida

            13563 Country Road 101, Oxford, FL 34484

            United Hebrew Congregation

            13788 Conway Rd, St. Louis, MO 63141

            Temple Israel

            140 Central Ave, Lawrence, NY 11559


            Contact Details

            (516) 239-1140
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            Temple Sinai of Hollywood

            1400 N 46th Ave, Hollywood, FL 33021


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            (954) 987-0026
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            Temple Isaiah

            1404 Stony Brook Rd, Stony Brook, NY 11790

            Kol BeRamah Torah Learning Center

            1409 Luisa Street, Suite A, Santa Fe, NM 87505

            Congregation Sholom of Leisure World

            1421 Northwood Rd, Clubhouse 3, Room 9, Seal Beach, CA 90740

            Beth Israel Congregation

            144 E Fourth St, Bloomsburg, PA 17815

            Congregation Ohav Sholom

            145 Merrick Ave, Merrick, NY 11566

            Congregation Am Echod

            15 Commerce Dr, Suite 115, Grayslake, IL 60030

            Temple Shalom

            1523 E Monument St, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

            Maohr HaTorah - Light Outreach Center

            1537 Franklin St, Santa Monica, CA 90404

            Clearview Jewish Center

            16-50 Utopia Pkwy, Whitestone, NY 11357


            Contact Details

            (718) 352-6670
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            Israel Center of Conservative Judaism

            167-11 73rd Ave, Flushing, NY 11366


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            (718) 591-5353


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            Congregation Or VeShalom

            1681 N Druid Hills Rd, NE, Atlanta, GA 30319

            Congregation Beth Shalom

            1705 Sherwood Ave, Modesto, CA 95350

            Congregation B'nai Israel

            171 Ridge Road, Rumson, NJ 07760

            Temple Beth Sholom

            171-39 Northern Blvd., Flushing, NY 11358


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            (718) 746-0708


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            Temple Israel-Ner Tamid

            1732 Lander Rd, Mayfield Heights, OH 44124


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            Pine Brook Jewish Center

            174 Changebridge Road, Montville, NJ 07045


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            (973) 244-9800
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            Arden Heights Boulevard Jewish Center - Etz Chaim

            1766 Arthur Kill Rd, Staten Island, NY 10312


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            (718) 948-6782


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            Clifton Jewish Center

            18 Delaware Street, Clifton, NJ 07011

            Congregation Schomre Israel

            18 Park Ave, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603


            Contact Details

            (845) 454-2890


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            Temple Or Elohim A Community Reform Congregation

            18 Tobie Lane, Jericho, NY 11753


            Contact Details

            (516) 433-9888 ext 14
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            Lincoln Square Synagogue

            180 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10023

            B'nai Tikvoh - Sholom

            180 Still Road, Bloomfield, CT 06002

            First Hebrew Congregation

            1821 E Main Street, Peekskill, NY 10566


            Contact Details

            (914) 739-0500


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            Congregation Beth El

            183 French Street, Bangor, ME 04401

            Hillcrest Jewish Center

            183-02 Union Tpke, Flushing, NY 11366

            The Jewish Family Center for Living & Learning

            18320 Georgia Avenue, Olney, MD 20832


            Contact Details

            (301) 260-0210
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            Shaarei - Beth El Congregation

            186 Morrison Road, Oakville, ON L6J 4J4 CANADA


            Contact Details

            (905) 849-6000
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            Temple Emanu-El of Canarsie

            1880 Rockaway Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11236


            Contact Details

            (718) 251-0450


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            Temple Beth David

            1885 McGhee Rd, Snellville, GA 30078

            Shomrei Torah

            19-10 Morlot Ave, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410

            Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach

            190 N County Rd, Palm Beach, FL 33480


            Contact Details

            (561) 832-0804


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            Congregation B'nai Israel of Danbury

            193 Clapboard Ridge Rd, Danbury, CT 06811

            Congregation Beth Hillel / Walden JCC

            20 Pine St, Walden, NY 12586


            Contact Details

            (845) 778-7374
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            Hofstra University Hillel

            200 Hofstra University, SC-213A, Hempstead, NY 11549


            Contact Details

            (516) 463-5764


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            Woodbury Jewish Center

            200 S Woods Rd, Woodbury, NY 11797


            Contact Details

            (516) 496-9100

            http://www.thewjc.org/


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            Temple Beth Or

            200 Van Zile Road, Brick, NJ 08724

            Congregation Or Shalom

            205 Old Grassy Hill Rd, Orange, CT 06477

            Temple Sholom of Flatbush

            2075 E 68th St, Brooklyn, NY 11234


            Contact Details

            (718) 251-0370


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            Temple Beth Shalom

            21 E Foster St, Melrose, MA 02176


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            (781) 665-4520
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            Congregation Or Shalom

            21 Hawthorn Pkwy, Vernon Hills, IL 60061

            Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation

            21 Old Westbury Rd, Old Westbury, NY 11568


            Contact Details

            (516) 333-7977


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            Bach Jewish Center - Long Beach Jewish Experience

            210 Edwards Blvd., Long Beach, NY 11561

            Hollis Hills Jewish Center

            210-10 Union Tpke, Hollis Hills, NY 11364


            Contact Details

            (718) 776-3500


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            Temple Sinai

            2101 New Albany Road, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077

            Temple B'rith Kodesh

            2131 Elmwood Ave, Rochester, NY 14618


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            Temple Beth Am @ Temple B'rith Kodesh

            2131 Elmwood Ave, Rochester, NY 14618


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            (585) 520-5388
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            Beth Israel Congregation

            2204 Morganton Road, Fayetteville, NC 28303

            Beth Moshe Congregation

            2225 N.E. 121st St., North Miami, FL 33181

            Congregation Sha'are Zion

            225 Middle Neck Rd, Great Neck, NY 11021


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            Congregation Knesseth Israel

            229 Mountain Avenue, Bound Brook, NJ 08805


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            (732) 469-0934
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            Bayswater Jewish Center

            23-55 Healy Ave, Far Rockaway, NY 11691


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            (718) 471-7771


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            Congregation Machzikei Hadas

            2310 Virginia Drive, Ottawa, ON K1H 6S2 CANADA


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            (613) 521-0067
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            Chabad Jewish Center of Aliso Viejo

            23665 Moulton Parkway, Suite D, Laguna Hills, CA 92653

            Temple Beth Am of Merrick & Bellmore

            2377 Merrick Ave, Merrick, NY 11566


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            (516) 378-3477


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            Congregation Rodeph Sholom

            2385 Park Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06604

            Congregation B'nai Israel

            2400 Orell Pl, Monroe, LA 71201

            Jewish Community Center of Long Beach Island

            2411 Long Beach Blvd., Beach Haven, NJ 08008

            Congregation Ohav Zedek

            242 South Franklin Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701


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            (570) 824-4646


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            Har Sinai Temple

            2421 Pennington Road , Pennington, NJ 08534


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            (609) 730-8100


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            Temple Judea

            24512 Moulton Pkwy, Laguna Woods, CA 92637

            Congregation Shaarey Tefilah

            25 Central Ave, Lawrence, NY 11559


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            (516) 239-2444


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            Temple Beth Abraham

            25 LeRoy Avenue, Tarrytown, NY 10591


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            (914) 631-1770 x13


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            Congregation of Moses

            2501 Stadium Dr, Kalamazoo, MI 49008

            B'nai Sholom Congregation

            2510 Blountville Highway (126), Bristol, TN 37620

            Congregation B'nai Tikvah

            2510 Gateway Rd, Carlsbad, CA 92009

            Congregation Kol Emeth

            2525 E Charleston Rd, Suit 204, Mountain View, CA 94043

            Temple Har Zion

            255 High Street, Mount Holly, NJ 08060


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            (609) 267-0660


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            Jewish Center of Bay Shore

            26 N Clinton Ave, Bay Shore, NY 11706


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            (631) 665-1140
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            South Huntington Jewish Center

            2600 New York Ave, Melville, NY 11747


            Contact Details

            (631) 421-3224

            http://www.shjc.org


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            The Family Shul - Highland Lakes Jewish Center

            2601 NE 211 Terrace, Aventura, FL 33180

            Beth El Temple

            2626 Albany Ave, West Hartford, CT 06117

            Temple Beth Sholom

            26790 Ynez Ct., Suite B, Temecula, CA 92591

            Congregation Agudat Achim

            268 Washington St, Leominster, MA 01453

            B'nai Israel Congregation

            27 Lloyd St, Baltimore, MD 21202

            Astoria Center of Israel

            27-35 Crescent St, Long Island City, NY 11102

            Lakeview Synagogue

            271 Lake Louise Marie Rd, Rock Hill, NY 12775


            Contact Details

            (917) 435 1091
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            Congregation Beth Sholom

            2710 Avenue X, Brooklyn, NY 11235

            Congregation B'nai Jeshurun

            275 Martling Ave, Staten Island, NY 10314


            Contact Details

            (718) 981-5550
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            Congregation Or Tikvah

            285 E Washington St, Grayslake, IL 60031

            Beth Shalom / Oceanside Jewish Center

            2860 Brower Ave, Oceanside, NY 11572


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            (516) 536-6112
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            Congregation Agudas Israel

            290 North St, Newburgh, NY 12550


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            (845) 562-5516


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            Congregation Havurim

            29500 Via Princessa, Murrieta, CA 92563

            South Baldwin Jewish Center

            2959 Grand Avenue, Baldwin, NY 11510


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            (516) 223-8688


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            Madison Jewish Center

            2989 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11229


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            (718) 339-7755


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            Congregation Sons of Israel

            300 N Broadway, Upper Nyack, NY 10960

            Congregation House of Israel

            300 Quapaw Ave, Hot Springs, AR 71901

            Congregation Beth Emeth

            300 W Lea Blvd., Wilmington, DE 19802


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            (302) 764-2393
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            Congregation Agudath Achim

            301 McCabe Ave, Bradley Beach, NJ 07720


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            Temple Israel

            305 Riverside Blvd, Long Beach, NY 11561


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            (516) 432-1410


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            Kehillath Jacob / The Carlebach Shul

            305 W 79th St, New York, NY 10024

            Temple Avodah

            3050 Oceanside Rd, Oceanside, NY 11572


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            (516) 766-6809


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            Congregation Toras Emes

            3151 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10306


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            (718) 667-5228
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            Valley Stream Jewish Center / Temple Gates of Zion

            322 N Corona Ave, Valley Stream, NY 11580


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            Congregation B'nai Amoona

            324 S Mason Rd, St. Louis, MO 63141

            Temple Beth Am

            3249 East Henrietta Road, Henrietta, NY 14467

            Manhattan Sephardic Congregation

            325 E 75th St, New York, NY 10021


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            (212) 988-6085


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            Aleph Learning Center

            325 E 75th St, New York, NY 10021

            Flatbush & Shaare Torah Jewish Center

            327 East 5th St, Brooklyn, NY 11218


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            (718) 871-5200


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            East Northport Jewish Center

            328 Elwood Rd, East Northport, NY 11731


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            (631) 368-6474
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            Congregation Kneseth Israel

            330 Division St, Elgin, IL 60120

            Marine Park JC - Merkaz Yisroel

            3311 Ave S, Brooklyn, NY 11234


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            (718) 376-5200


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            Temple Judea

            333 Searingtown Rd, Manhasset, NY 11030


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            (516) 621-8049
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            Town & Village Synagogue

            334 East 14th St, New York, NY 10003


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            (917) 365-0715

            http://www.TandV.org


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            Congregation Ezrath Israel / The Actors Temple

            339 W 47th St, New York, NY 10036


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            (212) 865-4944
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            Temple Beth Sholom of the East Valley

            3400 N Dobson Rd, Chandler, AZ 85224

            Hudson Yards Synagogue

            347 W 34th St, New York, NY 10001


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            (212) 502-5291


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            Temple Beth El

            350 Roxbury Road, Stamford, CT 06902

            Manhattan Jewish Experience Downtown

            37 E 28th St, New York, NY 10024


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            (212) 787-9533


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            Congregation Beth Tikvah

            3710 Woodbine Ave, Wantagh, NY 11793

            North Shore JC

            385 Old Town Rd, Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776


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            Van Cortlandt Jewish Center

            3880 Sedgwick Ave, Bronx, NY 10463


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            (718) 884-6105
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            Congregation B'nai Torah

            3990 W 74th Ave, Westminster, CO 80030

            Am Yisrael

            4 Happ Rd, Northfield, IL 60093

            Temple Beth Sholom

            40-25 Fairlawn Avenue, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410


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            (201) 797-9321


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            The Reutlinger Community

            4000 Camino Tassajara, Danville, CA 94506

            Congregation Beth Israel

            4004 W Esplanade Ave, Metairie, LA 70002

            Adath Jeshurun Synagogue

            401 Middle Ground Blvd., Newport News, VA 23606

            Bais Menachem Chabad @ University of Tampa

            401 W. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33606


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            (813) 504-4432


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            Sons of Jacob Synagogue

            411 E. Mitchell Ave, Waterloo, IA 50702

            Chabad of Downtown

            419 West G Street, San Diego, CA 92101

            Temple Beth Sholom

            4200 S.W. Munson Ave, Topeka, KS 66604


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            (785) 272-6040


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            Chabad of Temecula

            42021 Avenida Vista Ladera, Temecula, CA 92591

            Congregation Beth Israel

            425 Summit Dr, Greenville, SC 29609


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            Young Israel of Sunnyside

            43-01A 46th St, Sunnyside, NY 11104


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            (718) 786-4103
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            Shaaray Torah Synagogue

            432 30th St, N.W., Canton, OH 44709


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            Temple Israel

            432 30th Street NW, Canton, OH 44709


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            Congregation Aviv Hadash

            432 Nome Ave, Staten Island, NY 10314


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            (718) 494-4071


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            Congregation Mikveh Israel

            44 N 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

            Chabad of Chico

            440 W 4th St, Chico, CA 95928

            Congregation Beth Sholom

            441 Deer Park Ave, Babylon, NY 11702


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            (631) 587-5650


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            Temple Beth Shalom

            4419 W. Brigantine Ave, Brigantine, NJ 08203

            Temple Beth El

            45 Oak Street, Patchogue, NY 11772

            Congregation B'nai Israel

            45 Twombly Ave, Staten Island, NY 10306


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            (718) 987-8188

            http://sicbi.com/


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            Temple Emanu-El of Long Beach

            455 Neptune Blvd., Long Beach, NY 11561


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            (516) 431-4060
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            Temple Beth Tikvah

            4550 Jog Rd, Greenacres, FL 33467


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            (561) 967-3600


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            Congregation Shir Shalom

            46 Peaceable St, Ridgefield, CT 06877

            Congregation Shir Shalom

            4660 Sheridan Dr, Williamsville, NY 14221

            Hillel Hawaii

            47-775 Kamehameha Hwy , Kaneohe, HI 96744

            Temple Brith Achim

            481 S Gulph Road, King of Prussia, PA 19406

            Temple Shalom

            5 Ayrmont Lane, Aberdeen, NJ 07747

            Manhattan Jewish Experience East Side @ Fifth Avenue Synagogue

            5 E 62nd St, New York, NY 10024


            Contact Details

            (212) 787-9533


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            Beth El Synagogue

            50 Maple Stream Road, East Windsor, NJ 08520

            Congregation Anshe Sholom

            50 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY 10805

            Congregation Beth Shalom

            500 Harrington St, Ste A1, Corona, CA 92880

            Beth El Synagogue

            500 N Jerome Ave, Margate, NJ 08402

            Temple Sinai

            500 Swift Street, South Burlington, VT 05403


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            (802) 862-5125


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            Lubavitch Chai Center

            501 Vanderbilt Pkwy, Dix Hills, NY 11746


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            (631) 351-8672


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            Illini Hillel @ The Cohen Center for Jewish Life

            503 E John St, Champaign, IL 61820


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            (217) 344-1328
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            Sephardic Synagogue of Plainview

            51 Country Drive, Plainview, NY 11803


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            (818) 269-7147
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            Temple Emanu-El

            514 Main Street, Haverhill, MA 01830


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            Congregation Etz Hadar

            516 Texas St, Redlands, CA 92374

            Ohev Tzedek - Shaarei Torah

            5245 Glenwood Ave, Youngstown, OH 44512


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            (330) 758-2321


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            Anshe Tikvah @ Alcott Center

            530 Bernard Drive, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089

            Jewish Community of Ojai

            530 W El Roblar Dr, Meiners Oaks, CA 93023

            Congregation Beth Judea

            5304 RFD - Route 83 & Hilltop Rd, Long Grove, IL 60047

            Young Israel of Orange County

            5319 University Drive, #122, Irvine, CA 92612

            JAM @ UCLA

            533 Landfair Ave , Los Angeles, CA 90024

            Bnai Tov

            535 Altenbrand Avenue, Mount Arlington, NJ 07856


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            Temple Torah of Little Neck

            54-27 Little Neck Pkwy, Little Neck, NY 11362


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            (718) 423-1235
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            Congregation Beth Israel

            542 S New Middletown Road, Media, PA 19063


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            (610)566-4645


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            Congregation Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek

            55 E Kings Hwy, Chester, CT 06412

            Sinai Free Synagogue

            550 N Columbus Ave, Mount Vernon, NY 10552

            Congregation Ramath Orah

            550 W 110th St, New York, NY 10025


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            (212) 222-2470


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            Temple Emanu-El @ Jewish History Museum & Holocaust History Center

            564 S Stone Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701


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            (520) 327-4501