• Chavaya Registration Grad...



    2018-2019

    Chavaya is Temple Israel of New Rochelle's Religious School program for Kindergarten - 12th Graders.

    Applications must be completed in one computer session using a desktop computer or laptop. This application is not "user friendly" with PDA devices. You will need to complete one application per participant and upload a photo to complete the registration.

    In order to complete the application, full payment or first installment of a payment plan is required.

    Contact the Chavaya Office at (914) 235-1800 x220 with any questions.

  • Chavaya Snack Money on Ac...


    Each year Chavaya sells pizza, snacks, and drinks to students when they arrive at Temple Israel on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 3-3:45pm. This is both a fundraiser for Chavaya, and a benefit for our students. Many parents deposit “money on account” in the Chavaya office so their children do not have to remember to take money with them for snack. This is a convenient method for you to make those payments through Payquiq, our online banking system. We will monitor what your child spends and let you know when s/he is running low on funds so that you may redeposit to their account.
     
    Snack Costs for 2018-2019/5779:
     
    Pizza $2.50   Drink $.75   Snack $.50   Fruit $.50 
     
    1 pizza + 1 drink = $3.25
    1 pizza + 1 drink + 1 snack = $3.50 (Combo)
    1 pizza + 1 snack = $3.00
    2 pizza = $5.00
    2 pizza + 1 drink = $5.75
    2 pizza + 1 drink + 1 snack = $6.00 (Double Combo)
    2 pizza + 1 snack = $5.50
     
    Money on Account Amounts:
  • High Holiday 5779 Request...


    High Holiday services are open to all. Security procedures demand everyone have tickets, but they are available to anyone who wishes to attend.

    Please fill out the names of your guests who plan to attend with you to services.

    We always welcome your support and the suggested donation is $120 per guest for each holiday, $200 for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

    Please send in guest ticket requests by Wednesday, August 15, 2018.

  • High Holiday 5779 Memoria...


    Since many of us wish to commemorate the memory of dear ones at this holy time, the names of the departed are printed and distributed during the Yizkor Memorial Service on the afternoon of Yom Kippur.

    If you wish to memorialize loved ones in this manner, please fill the names below. Names received after Wednesday, Septembe 5, 2018 cannot be included in the “In Memoriam” list.

    It is a Jewish custom and part of the foundation of Judaism to perform an act of tzedakah (charity) to honor the memory of a loved one, generally in the form of a donation to the Temple.
  • High Holiday 5779 Childca...


    Childcare is available for children 6 weeks through 4 years old (not for children in Kindergarten and older) during morning services (8:45 am - 1:30 pm). Reservations required. (We cannot accommodate walk-ins.)
  • High Holiday 5779 Second ...


    Tuesday, September 11, 2018 • 9 am - 1 pm, Bear Mountain
     
    Since Judaism’s inception, mountains have featured prominently in our stories and traditions: from the Binding of Isaac on Mt. Moriah, to receiving Torah on Mt. Sinai, to the events on Mt. Masada and more. Join us for our 2nd Day Rosh Hashanah service at a beautiful outlook on Bear Mountain. For more information, check out our website. Here are some highlights:

    - 3 scenic choices for hikers/walkers
    - The day is led by experienced hikers, Karen Bloom,  Ira Orenstein and Rabbi Weiner
    - An option to drive to the top with only a few minute walk to the service site
    - Bring a picnic lunch to be enjoyed at the top
    - Optional brief Tashlich service at Hessian Lake at the bottom

    RSVP by Thursday, September 6th. Driving directions, what to bring, and other details, will be provided when you sign up.

    Times are approximate, include rest stops and the service, and will be determined by the pace of the group. The hike is open to all ages.

  • Brotherhood & Sisterhood ...


    Join Brotherhood & Sisterhood at Temple Israel of New Rochelle, and become a part of the foundation of our Congregation. See how your yearly contribution of $50 to each group enriches Temple Israel.
  • Community Shabbat Dinners


    Community Shabbat Service begins at 6 pm (open to all) followed by Dinner at 7 pm (Let us know you're coming for dinner, all are welcome!) *

  • Food for Thought Sessions


    Every month you have the opportunity to learn from experts in their field and each other: authors, musicians, professors, world travelers, clergy, and more.
  • Safe Drivers Course, Sund...


    Save up to 15% on your Auto Insurance, and up to 4 points deducted from your driving record (restrictions apply)

Donate to Temple Israel of New Rochelle and Camp Pinebrook!

Support Temple Israel of New Rochelle

Annual membership dues and tuition fees only cover about 45% of the acutal cost of Temple Israel's wide range of ritual, educational and social activities. Temple Israel depends on your support and to facilitate the act of Tzedakah, Temple Israel provides this on-line form that makes giving easy. You can elect to give a specific amount and then enter the funds to which you wish to donate to. If you wish to give to several funds, Temple Israel can split your donation evently to each fund you note or if you prefer, you can type a specific amount for each fund in the space provided. If you are generously donating in honor or in memory of someone, those honored will be promptly informed of your thoughtfulness. Once you have complete the on-line donation form with your credit card information, submit and your form will be electronically forwarded to Temple Israel. For your convenience, Temple Israel of New Rochelle now accepts MasterCard, Visa and American Express.

Shabbat Opportunities
Consider Birthdays, Anniversaries, Mazel Tovs, Baby Namings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Engagements/Weddings, “In Memory Of...”/Yahrzeit, Graduations, Recovery...

•    Bar Sponsor: Sponsor the bar for one Shabbat dinner which includes Beer/Wine and Top Shelf liquor along  with a uniformed bartender on staff.  •  One Dinner Sponsorship for the Bar, $180
•    Dessert Sponsor: Sponsor the dessert for one Shabbat dinner which includes a variety of baked goods, fruit, mini pastries and your choice of inscription on cake. •  One Dinner Sponsorship for Dessert, $180
•    Gift of Shabbat: Sponsor one Shabbat dinner for the Congregation. •  One Dinner, $540
•    Gift of Light: Sponsor five Shabbat dinners for the Congregation. Your choice of dates. Five Dinners, $2,500
•    Shabbat Angel: Sponsor the entire series of Shabbat dinners for the year.  •  Entire Year, $6,000
Chavaya Registration Grades K-6 2018-2019


2018-2019

Chavaya is Temple Israel of New Rochelle's Religious School program for Kindergarten - 12th Graders.

Applications must be completed in one computer session using a desktop computer or laptop. This application is not "user friendly" with PDA devices. You will need to complete one application per participant and upload a photo to complete the registration.

In order to complete the application, full payment or first installment of a payment plan is required.

Contact the Chavaya Office at (914) 235-1800 x220 with any questions.

Chavaya Snack Money on Account
Each year Chavaya sells pizza, snacks, and drinks to students when they arrive at Temple Israel on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 3-3:45pm. This is both a fundraiser for Chavaya, and a benefit for our students. Many parents deposit “money on account” in the Chavaya office so their children do not have to remember to take money with them for snack. This is a convenient method for you to make those payments through Payquiq, our online banking system. We will monitor what your child spends and let you know when s/he is running low on funds so that you may redeposit to their account.
 
Snack Costs for 2018-2019/5779:
 
Pizza $2.50   Drink $.75   Snack $.50   Fruit $.50 
 
1 pizza + 1 drink = $3.25
1 pizza + 1 drink + 1 snack = $3.50 (Combo)
1 pizza + 1 snack = $3.00
2 pizza = $5.00
2 pizza + 1 drink = $5.75
2 pizza + 1 drink + 1 snack = $6.00 (Double Combo)
2 pizza + 1 snack = $5.50
 
Money on Account Amounts:
High Holiday 5779 Request for Guest Tickets

High Holiday services are open to all. Security procedures demand everyone have tickets, but they are available to anyone who wishes to attend.

Please fill out the names of your guests who plan to attend with you to services.

We always welcome your support and the suggested donation is $120 per guest for each holiday, $200 for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

Please send in guest ticket requests by Wednesday, August 15, 2018.

High Holiday 5779 Memorial Card Since many of us wish to commemorate the memory of dear ones at this holy time, the names of the departed are printed and distributed during the Yizkor Memorial Service on the afternoon of Yom Kippur.

If you wish to memorialize loved ones in this manner, please fill the names below. Names received after Wednesday, Septembe 5, 2018 cannot be included in the “In Memoriam” list.

It is a Jewish custom and part of the foundation of Judaism to perform an act of tzedakah (charity) to honor the memory of a loved one, generally in the form of a donation to the Temple.
High Holiday 5779 Childcare Childcare is available for children 6 weeks through 4 years old (not for children in Kindergarten and older) during morning services (8:45 am - 1:30 pm). Reservations required. (We cannot accommodate walk-ins.)
High Holiday 5779 Second Day Rosh Hashanah Hike
Tuesday, September 11, 2018 • 9 am - 1 pm, Bear Mountain
 
Since Judaism’s inception, mountains have featured prominently in our stories and traditions: from the Binding of Isaac on Mt. Moriah, to receiving Torah on Mt. Sinai, to the events on Mt. Masada and more. Join us for our 2nd Day Rosh Hashanah service at a beautiful outlook on Bear Mountain. For more information, check out our website. Here are some highlights:

- 3 scenic choices for hikers/walkers
- The day is led by experienced hikers, Karen Bloom,  Ira Orenstein and Rabbi Weiner
- An option to drive to the top with only a few minute walk to the service site
- Bring a picnic lunch to be enjoyed at the top
- Optional brief Tashlich service at Hessian Lake at the bottom

RSVP by Thursday, September 6th. Driving directions, what to bring, and other details, will be provided when you sign up.

Times are approximate, include rest stops and the service, and will be determined by the pace of the group. The hike is open to all ages.

End of Year Appeal 2018

I would like to contribute towards my "End of Year Appeal" to help Temple Israel uphold our excellent educational, community and spiritual offerings not only for this generation, but for many generations to come. 

 
Social Action Committee Volunteering In Support of Refugees: A subcommittee has been formed, devoted to working with HIAS (the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society) and with other faith groups in New Rochelle and Westchester to welcome and support refugee families to our community.
Brotherhood & Sisterhood Membership
Join Brotherhood & Sisterhood at Temple Israel of New Rochelle, and become a part of the foundation of our Congregation. See how your yearly contribution of $50 to each group enriches Temple Israel.
Community Shabbat Dinners

Community Shabbat Service begins at 6 pm (open to all) followed by Dinner at 7 pm (Let us know you're coming for dinner, all are welcome!) *

Food for Thought Sessions
Every month you have the opportunity to learn from experts in their field and each other: authors, musicians, professors, world travelers, clergy, and more.
Safe Drivers Course, Sunday October 28 2018, 9:30 am Save up to 15% on your Auto Insurance, and up to 4 points deducted from your driving record (restrictions apply)
Chavaya Gift Collection 2018
Please help us in thanking our Chavaya staff by participating in our Educator, Manheegeem and Madrichim appreciation gift collection. Please submit your donation on or before Tuesday, May 1.