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!

High Holidays

Rosh Hashanah Evening - Wed Sept 20, 8:00 pm

Rosh Hashanah Morning - Thurs Sept 21, 10:00 am

Kol Nidre Evening - Fri Sept 29, 8:00 pm

Yom Kippur Morning - Sat Sept 30 10:00 am


Rabbi Helayne Shalhevet, Cantor Lisa Ann Green and the congregants of Temple Beth Emeth of Mount Sinai are looking forward to your company as we greet 5778 and the Days of Awe next month.


We will be observing Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur in what has become a home away from home for us – the spacious, air-conditioned auditorium of Newfield High School at 145 Marshall Drive, off Middle Country Road, in Selden.

Invitation Below

Dear Friends,

Rabbi Helayne Shalhevet, Cantor Lisa Ann Green and the congregants of Temple Beth Emeth of Mount Sinai are looking forward to your company as we greet 5778 and the Days of Awe this month.

This year, a $150 ticket will provide admission to all these services for each visiting worshipper age 12 or older. That includes a children’s program on Sept. 21st and Sept. 30th for youngsters between 3 and 11: a brief worship service, a Judaic program with crafts, and

adult supervision. To reserve seats, send a check as soon as possible to TBE High Holidays, PO Box 409, Mt. Sinai, NY 11766. Tell us how many adults and children you’re bringing and the best way to reach you (give your phone and e-mail address, please).

As we did last year, we are offering families that have never been part of our congregation a special trial membership offer. For just $360, you become temple members for the rest of 2017. That means you, your children and parents attend High Holiday services at no charge,

and you are eligible to enroll your children in our Religious School, paying the same tuition as other members. Why? Because we think that once you see what it’s like to be a part of our temple family, you’ll never leave. It’s never been easier to join the little temple you always

hoped to find – and I can’t think of a nicer way to start the new year.   I hope you’ll join us for  the High Holidays and so much more.

L’Shana tova!


 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

Visitors are Always Welcomed

30th Anniversary celebration for Temple Beth Emeth
 honoring our religious school teachers

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Cantor Lisa Ann Green


Cantor Emerita Ellen Silverman

Rabbi Emeritus

Alan Abraham Kay z"l

Adopt a Shabbat
See available dates
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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

Committee Chair

Membership Coordinator:Marty Kaplan

Education Chairs: Amy and Debbie

Ritual: Bob Sandak

Youth Activities: Donna Sandak and Stephanie Gorman

Librarian: Leslie Milrod

Newsletter Editor: Jack Milrod

Building & Grounds: Charlie Todaro, Brian Sandak, Seth Schneider

Sisterhood: Janice Fleischman Eaton

Men's Club: Vinny Giordano

Adult Education: Philip Paskowitz

Adopt a shabbat coordinator:Leslie Milrod

Tikkun Olam:Beth Laine

Calendar: Rhonda Zlotoff


Fundraising: Sima


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 
This class meets approximately twice
a month
Wednesdays and Fridays



Marty Kaplan

Phil Paskowitz

Micky Stein

Jonathan Wilder

Kevin Hyms

Jay Matuk

Jason Kraus

Our Leadership

President: Matt Fox

Immediate Past President: Jack Milrod

Senior Vice President:

Amy Schneider

Vice President:Jay Zuckerman

Vice President:

Bob Sandak

Treasurer:  Brad Feldman

Financial Secretary:

Alice Klein

Recording Secretary:

Sy Roth

Corresponding Secretary:

Debbie Giordano