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  • Let's visit Jewish New YorkThe Rebbe's resting place, 770, Kingston Ave and more.

    Sunday July 9, Contact rabbi @shalohhouse.com.



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  • Rosh Chodesh SocietyMeet Chana every second Monday of the month at 11:30 for Lunch & Learn on stimulating and challenging topics.



    Next class is scheduled for Tuesday May 8th,. All women are Welcome.
  • JLI Torah StudiesEnrich your week with a dose of thought-provoking Jewish learning with Rabbi Mendel Gurkow every Thursday night at 7:00 PM. Read More
  • Shaloh House Infants and Preschool ProgramYour child's first experience can set the tone for life. Explore what our preschool can offer your family. Registration is now open for Infants, Preschool & Pre-Kindergarten, Read More
  • Synagogue ServicesA community that prays together stays together. Join us for regular shabbat and holiday services in a warm, friendly environment.
  • Bagels, Lox & TefillinBagels, Lox & Tefillin is an opportunity for Jewish men and boys over the age of Bar Mitzvah to learn about the mitzvah of putting on tefillin - with a great Jewish breakfast too! Both Men & women are welcome every Sunday morning at 8:00.
  • Read This Week's Haftarah CompanionFor an informed reading of Isaiah 66:1–24 Read More
  • The Foolish Young Man and the Honest HostThe young man slowly accumulated a small fortune of twelve gold coins and one copper coin. Read More
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