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Jewish Community

Please join the Jewish community on this Sunday, March 18th, 6:30pm at Bet Torah 60 Smith Ave Mt Kisco, NY 10549 for a public lecture on “All of Israel is Responsible for One Another: On the Religious Future of Israel” bringing together the voices of the Hartman Beit Midrash for Israeli Rabbis, a unique pluralistic rabbinic training program representing the diversity of the Israeli-Jewish experience.

This egalitarian program, the only one of its kind in Israel, is cultivating a new generation of leaders who are reshaping the Israeli public sphere to reflect and respect religious diversity.


Full event details below- Click HERE to Register


The event is free and open to all.


Widows Connection is holding an information sessision to see if there is interest in forming a Northen Westchester Chapter which would meet monthly in Mt. Kisco. 

Monday, March 26 at 11am at Engage Mount Kisco  27 Radio Circle Drive.

For more information click  here.



Tickets for the 2018 Westchester Jewish Film Festival will go on sale in mid-February for the annual festival which will run from March 13 – 29 at the Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville. This year’s festival will feature 38 films, a robust mix of documentaries and narratives. Many of the films will be followed by speakers, audience Q&As, and receptions. For complete information, please visit For the run of the festival, two of the Film Center’s five screens will show both matinee and evening screenings of festival films. For additional information and group sales, please contact Abby Popper at or 914.773.7663, ext. 424.

Trace the History of Antisemitism- from Antiquity to the Present - Online course beginning March 19

Yad Vashem invites you to participate in a brand new six-part Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) available on the FutureLearn platform.

Join interested learners from around the world as you explore the topic with 50 leading scholars to examine questions and issues relating to antisemitism.

What is antisemitism? How has it changed throughout history? Why can it be found among so many diverse cultures, and even among opposing ideologies? What happened to antisemitism after the Holocaust? How is antisemitism expressed today?

Register today to learn more about the development of antisemitism as well as its changing nature over time, place and culture.


Excitement is building for the Westchester celebration to mark Israel's 70th birthday on Sunday afternoon, April 15, 2018.

The celebration is expected to be the biggest Jewish event in Westchester in recent years, as we celebrate Israel’s milestone birthday and pay tribute to the great achievements of our Jewish homeland. Highlights of the event are below, with more details, including how you can get more involved, at Check often as more surprises are unveiled each week!

Register today for early pricing through March 30 (Children attend at no charge!).

Opportunities for LGBTQ and Ally Teens & Families
Sponsored by Keshet and Mosaic of Westchester, a number of programs for both teens and families & communities are in place for the fall including:
Monthly teen group, teen summits, parades, shabbatonim, inclusion workshops, speakers and storytellers. Details.
For more information or to get involved, contact Avi Edelman.


  The WAJE Cooperative promotes adult education classes from Westchester Jewish Council member organizations  in an effort to bring more offerings to a greater number of Westchester lifelong learners. Click here to view a printable listing of courses. Check back often as this list will be updated as new courses are made available by our member organizations.
Questions? Please contact Lisa Itzkowitz, 914-328-7001

Introducing The Friendship Circle

A program that pairs teen volunteers with children with special needs
Teens that volunteer for Friendship Circle will spend quality time with children with special needs in the environment the kids are most comfortable in and familiar with: their own homes. The teens are guided and trained for their valuable role as friend and mentor. For more information contact Darielle Cohen,  or click here

THE WJCS JEWISH SPIRITUAL HEALING CENTER click here for a complete schedule of events


Spiritual Support Groups, Journeying Programs, and Kumi Ori Contemplative Sundays.



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