A House of Prayer
For All People

Reform Synagogue

Tot Shabbat at Temple Beth Emeth

Friday Evenings Before Regular Shabbat Services  6 PM

Nov 15, Jan 31, March 14, May 16 
Free Event    Open to All

Make new friends and join us for a fun evening of stories, music,
movement and snacks. 

All children birth to Kindergarten invited.  Older siblings are welcome.

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PO Box 409
52 Mount Sinai Avenue
Mount Sinai, NY 11766

No Temple Beth Emeth Services tonight (Friday January 3,2014)
 due to the weather - Stay safe and warm
L'Shana Tovah to all To a beautiful and sweet New Year!

Sisterhood Sunday  June 5, 2016

Join Temple Beth Emeth: A morning of Feldenkrais

Sunday May 15 at 11AM

52 Mt Sinai AvenueMt Sinai  NY



 The Feldenkrais Method® is a form of somatic education that uses gentle movement and directed attention to improve and enhance human functioning. Through this Method, you can increase your ease and range of motion, improve your flexibility and coordination, and rediscover your innate capacity for graceful, efficient movement. Feldenkrais often improves functioning in other aspects of your life.


Feldenkrais was designed by Moshé Feldenkrais (1904–1984). He taught

Prime Minister Ben-Gurion to stand on his head. Feldenkrais has been called the Israeli yoga.


Who should come? Anyone—young or old, physically challenged or physically fit—can benefit from the Method. Feldenkrais helps those experiencing chronic or acute pain of the back, neck, shoulder, hip, legs, or knee, and it helps all who wish to enhance their self-image. 

For more information, contact Phil Paskowitz at agsilver2@msn.com

No cost for temple members.

$10 for Guests

Curious? See the following video:


 Shabbat Services

Family Shabbat First Friday of each month 7:30 pm and all other Shabbat Services' Friday evening 8 pm. Children are welcomed anytime


Choir will Be singing March 18

Visitors are Always Welcomed

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Cantor Lisa Ann Green


Cantor Emerita Ellen Silverman

Rabbi Emeritus

Alan Abraham Kay z"l

Temple Beth Emeth offers an Exciting, Family-Flexible, Modern Jewish

Religious School  


Our religious school program combines traditional in-class teaching, technology and family-centered activities into an amazing, fun experience that provides children with a robust understanding of Judaism, our holidays, music and the Hebrew language. We are instituting a program that delivers a quality program is sensitive to the demands our children face in meeting public school and athletic commitments.

Call: 631-928-4103631-928-4103

 It's time to adopt a Shabbat

The Adopt a Shabbat program is a TBE tradition that brings together two temple families to make one Friday evening service a year their own. You participate in the service and together provide refreshments after services. How does it work?Click on this link to see the Adopt a Shabbat calendar for the coming year to see which dates are available. Find an available date you'd like and either hook up with another family or we'll find a partner for you. Just contact Leslie Millrod to reserve your spot.

Our Leadership

President: Matt Fox

Immediate Past President: Jack Milrod

Senior Vice President:

Phil Paskowitz

Vice President:Jay Zuckerman

Vice President:

Bob Sandak

Treasurer: Neala Molow

Financial Secretary:

Alice Klein

Recording Secretary:

Mort Gitter

Corresponding Secretary:

Debbie Giordano


It’s never too late to keep learning!
· Be part of close knit community with a common goal · Continue learning and growing as a Jew · Connect with your fellow congregants and Rabbi Shalhevet in a deep and meaningful way · Become B’nai Mitzvah in the Spring of 2017!
This class meets approximately twice
a month
Wednesdays and Fridays



Marty Kaplan

Amy Schneider

Micky Stein

Jonathan Wilder

Kevin Hyms

Jay Matuk

Jason Kraus

Committee Chair


Membership Coordinator:Marty Kaplan

Education Chairs: Amy and Debbie

Ritual: Bob Sandak

Youth Activities: Debbie Giordano and Matt Fox

Librarian: Leslie Millrod

Newsletter Editor: Jack Millrod

Building & Grounds: Vinny Giordano

Sisterhood: Janice Fleischman Eaton

Men's Club: Vinny Giordano

Adult Education: Philip Paskowitz

Calendar: Rhonda Zlotoff

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