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Get Ready for Rosh Hashanah!

Check here for the tools you'll need for a meaningful Rosh Hashanah

 Short & Sweet (30-minute) Rosh Hashanah Webinars

Webinars include: 

  • A Rosh Hashanah Seder?!? - Sunday, Sept. 6th 8:00pm
  • Become Powerful: The Strength of Teshuvah (repentance) - Wednesday, Sept. 9th 8:00pm

Sign up for one or more of these free 30 minute webinars at THIS LINK.
Miss our previous webinars? You can watch recordings of  "How to say I'm Sorry", "3 Need to Know Prayers for Yom Kippur", and "A Rosh Hashanah Seder?!?"

11 Amazing Virtual Choir Cover Songs of the Hits We Love! - Goodnet 
Be a part of the NCJC Virtual Choir!  
Yom Kippur will be introduced with a video of members
of our community, just like you, singing a beautiful melody. 

If you love to sing and want to receive a track to sing along with and simple instructions so you can participate, please contact Rabbi Graber.

Click here to see the full flyer.

Scroll of Remembrance, 5781

New City Jewish Center has always prepared a “Scroll of Remembrance” which is available on Yom Kippur when we say Yizkor. Congregants may include the names of departed loved ones to remember their passing in a meaningful way. The Scroll contains a compilation of prayers and meditations to recite and give comfort throughout the year, particularly on the occasion of the four Yizkor services held each year. 

The Scroll of Remembrance will only be made available digitally this year, due to Covid and will also be posted on the NCJC website. 

Click here to download the Scroll forms. The Donation form and payment must be received in the NCJC Office by September 17th. 

Selichot, Saturday, September 12

Our Selichot speaker will be the "Rapping Rabbi" and lead singer in the band Zayah, Isaiah Rothstein. He will speak on "Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Change: Exploring the Role of the Jewish People - A Unique Perspective."

CLICK HERE for the full flyer.

The NY Times profiled him on his wedding in 2019. The article is available here.

High Holiday Machzorim

High Holiday Machzorim will be made available to the congregation
Wednesday thru Friday Sept 2 - 4, 12pm - 3pm
Tuesday - Thursday Sept. 8 - 10, 12pm - 3pm

Distribution will take place in the NCJC Parking Lot
See attached flyer by clicking here.


It's a mitzvah to hear the sound of the Shofar on Rosh Hashanah!
For those unable to attend services in person, there will be shofar blowing in the NCJC parking lot at 2pm on the second day of Rosh Hashanah, Sunday September 20th


Tashlich, the ceremony in which we symbolically throw our sins away as bread does not require a minyan and everyone is strongly encouraged to have a meaningful Tashlich on their own this year

Click Here for our Do It Yourself Tashlich guide!

There will also be opportunities for In – Person Tashlich
Monday, September 21, 12:00 PM at Demarest Kill County Park
Thursday, September 24,  6:00 PM at Demarest Kill County Park

High Holiday Viewing

Click here to join live stream

For a complete list of High Holiday Services, please click here.


Fri, September 18 2020 29 Elul 5780