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Services and classes in a warm, family environment. Be a part of it!
Yonkers Jewish Synagogue

If you have never been to a Yonkers Chabad service, allow yourself the opportunity to visit because you are in for a treat. Join us for our casual, joyous, and traditional Shabbat morning rituals.

Our services are intended for the community to feel at home, and they include English/Hebrew prayer books, various English readings and poems as well as explanations of aspects of the service including the weekly Torah reading. The songs and commentary add meaning to the sense of the family and vibrant and growing community we are a part of.

All are welcome to drop in for all or part of the services, and to join in for communal prayers, singing, and socializing all at your own time, pace and level of inclination. We are certain that you will find something that will speak to your mind, your heart and your soul.

By becoming an active participant at Chabad of Yonkers, you will acquire lifelong friendships, an opportunity for spiritual growth, and most importantly a chance to be a part of your Yonkers Jewish Synagogue community.

Upcoming events
Feb. 27, 2020
Join us for our weekly Torah Class that connects to that weeks Torah portion.The Weekly Torah Study Group is will take place every Thursday, 7:00pm For both men and women. Wonderful ...
Feb. 28, 2020
Join us as we welcome in the Holy Shabbos! With melodious prayer. It's a short service you will definitely enjoy! Services Start 30 Minutes after we light the shabbos candles.
Feb. 29, 2020
Join us for a beautiful prayer service in honor of the holy shabbos! Easy to follow prayer service with a brief speech from the Rabbi followed by Musaf and then a Kiddush (light meal). ...
Mar. 02, 2020
Come and bake delicious, traditional hamentashen and gain some insight about the holiday of Purim. Suggested Donation: $10 Please RSVP