Welcome to Temple Israel of Northern Westchester
To support the spiritual and religious journey of our congregants and provide the foundation for building a better world through teaching and living our Jewish values.
We strengthen the connections of our congregants with Judaism in order to live meaningful and purposeful lives. We provide an inclusive, warm and welcoming community. We promote a sense of peace and unity within our community and beyond through acts of loving kindness and social justice.
Worship and Study Schedule
We are now offering the use of hearing devices
Friday, November 24th, 7:00 PM (note time for the holiday)
Friday, December 1st, 7 PM
Friday, December 8th, 7:30 PM
Friday, December 15th, 7:30 PM
TORAH STUDY is Saturday morning at 9:30 AM
Click on the word "CALENDAR" to view the schedule for future Worship Services and all other Temple events
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Get to know us!
Temple Israel offers diversity in membership and activities ranging from ritual to social action. We welcome congregants of all generations, varying lifestyles and backgrounds. Whether you are seeking a connection with a Jewish community, Jewish education for yourself or your family, or to explore or deepen your connection to Jewish life, Temple Israel of Northern Westchester is a place you can call home.
Temple Israel of Northern Westchester is a proud member of the Union for Reform Judaism
Center for Jewish Learning ( CJL )
Click here to see the slide show featuring the CJL of 2016-17.
Giving your children a Jewish education is a gift they will enjoy throughout their lives.
The Center for Jewish Learning at TINW emphasizes individual student growth in the context of our rich Jewish tradition of learning and joy. Students engage in a combination of meaningful study and authentic experiential learning.
Classes for Kindergarten through 5th grade are on Sundays from 9 AM to 11:30 AM.
Classes for 6th through 12th grade are on Wednesdays from 4:30 PM to 7 PM.
click here for the 2017-18 Calendar
To read the school's Vision Statement and Mission Statement, please click "MORE" below.
Giving Teenagers a Jewish Future
TINW's high-school program offers an informal and relaxed path for students to explore their connection to Judaism.
Tot CJL (Programming and Tot Shabbat)
Programming for young children and their families celebrating Jewish Holidays and Shabbat. The next event is scheduled for Friday, November 17th at 5:30 PM. Come celebrate Shabbat. Click here for additional programming dates.
To receive free Jewish stories and songs each month, sign up at www.pjlibrary.org/newyork
Donate Now to the annual Hanukkah-thon Fund Raiser. Let's boast 100% participation! Click here to see who has donated.
It's not too early to make your super bowl plans. Join the brotherhood on Sunday, February 4th at 5:30 PM and watch the big game on the big 100" screen in the Burdick Community Room. Click here for details.
The Secret Jews of Calabria~Uncovering Jewish Traditions Hidden for 500 Years
Join us for a documentary exploring this unlikely Italian community’s connection to Judaism. Follow Rabbi Barbara Aiello’s journey to discover the hidden Jewish Conversos or Anusim (in Hebrew “forced ones”) of southern Italy. Explore this community’s history from the Macabees, through the Inquisition, to modern day.
Discover the obscure passage ways, secret rooms and family Jewish traditions hidden in plain sight.
Wednesday, December 6, 7:30 – 9:00 PM
TINW Community Room
This event is open to all and free of charge
Supermarket Gift Cards: Fundraising was never so easy! Sisterhood has cards for Stop & Shop and ShopRite that can be used at any of their locations. Visit the Sisterhood page for more information. If you would like to purchase a Mah Jongg card, contact Laura Copel at [email protected].
ADULT EDUCATION SCHEDULE FOR 2017-2018. CLICK HERE
WITH HONOR AND DIGNITY
Our congregation, which has long served as a center of Jewish faith, learning and spirituality in Northern Westchester, offers the use of its facilities for funerals to past and present members of the congregation as well as those who are unaffiliated with the synagogue that wish to provide their loved ones with a service in a religious setting. Please click here for more details.
Building the Future....One Brick at a Time
Help us "pave" the way for Temple Israel's future. Become part of the history and future. Purchase an engraved brick as part of our redesigned walkway. Click here for details.
Sunday, December 3, Community Blood Drive
Blood Donors Needed
Temple Israel has supported the Community Blood Drive for almost 50 years. Please help by donating blood on Sunday, December 3, 9:00am-3:00pm, Croton-Harmon High School, 36 Old Post Rd South in Croton. Click here for more details.