Do a Good Deed
before the New Year
Back to School Picnic
on September 20, 2015, 4pm - 6pm at Cunningham Park (Union Tpke at 193rd St.). You bring dinner, we'll bring snacks, beverages, and dessert! RSVP to Alison Ederer at email@example.com by September 16.
Please join your Forest Hills family and friends in the Rosh
Hashanah tradition of Tashlikh, led by Hazzan Rosenblum and Rabbi Skolnik in the late afternoon after services on the first day of Rosh Hashanah, Monday, September 14th. Tashlikh takes us outdoors into the realm of nature as we take part in the symbolic ritual of casting off our regrets from the previous year and looking forward to the New Year. Tashlikh takes place by a body of water where we throw away breadcrumbs to symbolize our sins; we will meet at Flushing Meadows Park, right off Jewel Avenue. This is a wonderful event for all ages but especially for families.
Your celebration of Sukkot cannot be complete without a Lulav and Etrog. To help our members participate in this won-derful tradition, we are once again taking orders. Deluxe set $48/Standard set $36. Place your order by September 18, 2015. We can also order sukkot and schach mats. Please contact Deborah Gregor at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to place your order.
Sing the Finest Jewish Choral Music
Meet Other Jewish Teens from Across the United States and Israel
Be Part of an International Movement
8-12th Grade Musical Jewish Teens Are Welcome to Audition! Sundays 1:30 - 3:30 PM. First Rehearsal & Auditions: September 20
The Interchurch Center, 475 Riverside Drive ∙ New York, NY
Conducted by Scott Stein
HaZamir Festival: March 31-April 3, 2016
Cantors' Assembly Mission to Spain
next summer, July 3-14, 2016. The group will travel to Barcelona, Madrid and Seville, participating in concerts and ceremonies, hearing from scholars and lecturers, meeting with Jewish community leaders, and immersing into Spanish communities today, exploring history and Sephardic music heritage. Please be in touch with Hazzan soon so he will know of your interest and can answer questions. To read more about the trip, visit
Start the New Year by Joining Men's Club
As the New Year approaches, the FHJC Men's Club would like
the men of the congregation to start 5776 by joining our organization. Annual
dues are $36.
RSVPs are appreciated, but not necessary.
If you love to sing... Then we'd love to hear from you!
NAGILAHNagilah, the FHJC Choral group, is now in its TENTH year! We sing a variety of Hebrew, Israeli and Jewish music. We meet on Sunday mornings after minyan and perform at a number of events during the year.
For more information, contact: Heidi Nelson Rolnick at email@example.com