High Holiday Schedule
Sep
20
to Sep 30

High Holiday Schedule

High Holidays @ MiYaD

[ THE BEST TIME YOU'VE HAD AT SYNAGOGUE ]

HIGH HOLIDAYS W/ MIYAD @ THE COTTAGE AT THE MILLERIDGE INN

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After outgrowing (and out-classing) our previous space, we are pleased to announce our ever-popular High Holiday Services at the gorgeous, newly remodeled, historic Cottage at the Milleridge Inn (while MiYaD looks for permanent new digs).

The most user friendly Prayer Service.

All services and prayerbooks are in Hebrew/English, with page numbers and instructions announced throughout.  There is insight and uplifting song interspersed in the prayers, as well.

Rabbi's sermon is short, sweeeet, fascinating and hilarious.

NO TICKETS. NO MEMBERSHIP. NO HANG-UPS

Seats are free. Warm, Heimishe Atmosphere. First-come, first-served. 

[ Suggested Donation $100/person ]

{ Yizkor Donations Accepted }

High Holiday Sponsorships Available Starting at $1000

DONATE ONLINE

or mail check, payable to MiYaD to:

MiYaD  82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho, NY 11753

All are welcome. Everyone is comfortable @ MiYaD, regardless of religious background, knowledge or level of observance.  

Make MiYaD, your Jewish home, you'll be glad you did.

Call 516.336.9077, email: info@miyad.org or donate to let us know you're coming!

ROSH HASHANA

Wednesday, September 20th

Light Candles @ 6:36pm

Afternoon Services/Evening Services @ 7:00pm
@ Krivisky Chabad House - 82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho, NY 11753

Thursday, September 21st

Morning Services @ 10:00am
Shofar Blowing @ Noon
@ Milleridge Inn Cottage 585 N Broadway, Jericho, NY 11753

Afternoon/Evening Services @ 7:00pm
@ Krivisky Chabad House - 82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho, NY 11753

Light Candles after @ 7:33pm

Friday, September 22nd

Morning Services @ 10:00am
Shofar Blowing @ Noon
@ Milleridge Inn Cottage 585 N Broadway, Jericho, NY 11753

Afternoon/Evening Services @ 6:30pm
@ Krivisky Chabad House - 82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho, NY 11753

Shabbat Candlelighting @ 6:33pm

YOM KIPPUR

{ALL YOM KIPPUR SERVICES ARE HELD @ MILLERIDGE INN  585 N BROADWAY, JERICHO, NY 11753}

Friday, September 29th

Light Candles/Fast Begins @ 6:21pm

Kol Nidre @ 6:30pm

Shabbat Saturday, October 30th

Morning Services @ 10:00am

Yizkor @ 1:00pm

Afternoon Service (Mincha) @ 5:00pm

Neilah Closing Service @ 6:00pm

Final Shofar! Shabbat/Holiday & Fast Ends @ 7:18pm

 

SAVE THE DATE:

SUKKOT @ KRIVISKY'S 'CHABAD HOUSE' STARTS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH!!! 

JOIN US AS WE ROCK THE SUKKAH EVERY NIGHT!!!

May you and yours be written and inscribed for sweet year - L'Shana Tova!!

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Women's Circle - Jewelry Making Therapy
Aug
7
8:00pm 8:00pm

Women's Circle - Jewelry Making Therapy

Come out for another fantastic night filled with new friends, great conversation, and the opportunity to learn a new skill.

We will have the opportunity to crate our own jewelry through guided, professional instruction of Mrs. Vered Segal. This jewelry making instruction will incorporate a therapeutic element that allows you to relieve stress while creating your own masterpiece. 

Find out why this day is auspicious on the Jewish calendar. Join us for a meaningful night of fun.

We will be meeting at the MillerRidge Inn (walk through the restaurant to the back conference room.)
8:00 - 10:30 pm
$18/person
Bring a friend
I am looking forward to seeing everyone!

Save the date for future MiYaD Women's Circle Events!!! (all @ The Milleridge Inn)
Sept 18 Round Challah Bake for Rosh HaShana
Oct 16
Nov 13
Dec 18 Chanukah Doughnut Making
Jan 22
Feb 26 Purim Hamentashen Baking
March 19 - DIY Wine Glasses "Cup of Elijah" for Passover Seder

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Tisha B'Av - 9th of Av Mourning the Holy Temple/Solidarity with Israel
Jul
31
8:11pm 8:11pm

Tisha B'Av - 9th of Av Mourning the Holy Temple/Solidarity with Israel

This year it means more...

Gather together on Tisha B'Av to show our solidarity with Israel
With current events in Israel, the day of mourning the destruction of the Holy Temple in Israel takes on a new importance. Let's use the day by showing our unity and desire for a secure Holy Land.
9th of Av - The Holy Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed.
May we merit the coming of Moshiach when these days will be transformed into days of joy and happiness!

TISHA B'AV SCHEDULE
Monday, July 31st
Fast Begins: 8:11pm
Evening Services & 
Reading of Eicha (Lamentations): 8:45pm
Class/Roundtable Discussion
 following Eicha (Lamentations)Join us for an introduction to TishaB'Av and how we connect to Israel today.
Tuesday, August 1st
Come by to PUT ON TEFILLIN for Israel 7:00pm
Fast Ends: 8:41pm

What Is Tisha B'Av?

Tisha B’Av, the 9th day of the month of Av (Jul. 31 - Aug. 1, 2017), is the saddest day on the Jewish calendar, on which we fast, deprive ourselves and pray. It is the culmination of the Three Weeks, a period of time during which we mark the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.

What Happened on 9 Av

1313 BCE: The spies returned from the Promised Land with frightening reports, and the Israelites balked at the prospect of entering the land. G‑ddecreed that they would therefore wander in the desert for 40 years. Read more.

Both Holy Temples in Jerusalem were destroyed on this date. The First Temple was burned by the Babylonians in 423 BCE (read more) and the Second Temple fell to the Romans in 70 CE (read more), unleashing a period of suffering from which our nation has never fully recovered.

The Bar Kochba revolt against the Romans in 133 CE ended in defeat: The Jews of Betar were butchered on the 9th of Av and the Temple Mount was plowed one year later on the same date. Read more.

Later on in our history, many more tragedies happened on this day, including the 1290 expulsion of England’s Jews and the 1492banishment of all Jews from SpainRead more.

More: What Happened on Tisha B’Av?

How 9 Av Is Observed

The fast begins at sunset of the 8th of Av and concludes at nightfall the following night. During this time, we do not

  • eat or drink
  • wear leather footwear
  • bathe or wash ourselves (washing only until the knuckle when mandated by halachah)
  • apply ointments or creams
  • engage in marital relations or any form of intimacy
  • sit on a normal-height chair until chatzot (the time when the sun has reached its apex)
  • study Torah (except for the “sad” parts that deal with the destruction of the Temples, etc.)
  • send gifts, or even greet one another (you may respond to greetings)
  • engage in outings, trips or similar pleasurable activities
  • wear fine, festive clothing

Read more: The Laws of Mourning

What We Do

Starting from midday on 8 Av, we limit our Torah study to the few allowed topics that are of a sad nature or pertain to the Temples’ destruction.

We eat a square meal in the afternoon, before Minchah services. Then, late in the afternoon, a “separation meal,” seudah hamafseket, is eaten. It consists of bread and a hard-boiled egg dipped in ashes, accompanied by water. This meal is eaten alone, sitting on a low stool. (See here for how this plays out when Tisha B’Av follows Shabbat.)

The meal must be over by sundown, when all the laws of Tisha B’Av take effect.

Tisha B’Av evening services are held in synagogue, where the ark has been stripped of its decorative curtain and the lights dimmed. Evening prayers are followed by the chanting of Eichah (Lamentations).

Morning prayers are held without tallit and tefillin, since both are considered adornments. Most of the morning is occupied by the reading of Kinot, elegies marking the various tragedies that befell our people.

Work is permitted on Tisha B’Av, but discouraged. On this day, one’s focus should be on mourning and repentance. If one must work, it is preferable to begin after midday.

It is customary to give extra charity on Tisha B’Av, as on every fast day.

After midday, it is permissible to sit on chairs, and tallit and tefillin are worn during the afternoon prayer. In the synagogue, the ark’s curtain is restored to its place before the afternoon prayers.

Many communities have the custom to clean the house and wash the floors after midday, in anticipation of the Redemption, which we await.

Many important details and laws can be found in Order of the Day and What to Expect at Tisha B’Av Services.

After the Fast

When night falls, before breaking the fast, one should perform netilat yadayim (hand-washing), this time covering the entire hand with water, but without reciting the blessing. It is also customary to perform Kiddush Levanah at this point, celebrating the rebirth of the moon, and our hoped-for national rebirth.

The Temple was set ablaze on the afternoon of the 9th of Av, and it burned through the 10th. Therefore, the restrictions of the Nine Days (such as not eating meat, swimming or laundering clothing) extend until midday of the 10th of Av.

The Joy Within the Sadness

Even as we mourn, there is an element of joy and comfort. Indeed, the reading of Eichah concludes with the verse “Restore us to You, O L‑rd, that we may be restored! Renew our days as of old.” There is also a custom among many to use flimsy paperback Kinot booklets, hoping that they will not be needed next year.

It is by no accident that Scripture refers to this day as a mo’ed, a holiday, and Tachanun (prayer of repentance) is not said today. May the time soon come when we look back with the clarity of hindsight to see how all our suffering was but a prelude to happiness and goodness, with the coming ofMoshiach. Amen!

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Visit the Ohel for Prayers & Blessings
Jul
6
7:30pm 7:30pm

Visit the Ohel for Prayers & Blessings

The Ohel is an auspicious place for prayers and blessings.
MiYaD is running a community trip to visit this very special and
revered site. 
The Rebbe himself would visit the Ohel Yosef Yitzchak often on behalf of the Jewish people who would seek his counsel and blessings.
The Ohel is visited by people of all backgrounds, from all over the world. It has become a center, a holy place where thousands come and continue to receive inspiration and blessing from the Rebbe.
We are fortunate the Ohel have it right in our own backyard in Queens!
RabbiChanan Krivisky will lead our group in a brief introduction to the customs and prayers said at the Ohel, to make your visit as meaningful as possible. We will all meet there at 7:30pm.
Transportation provided, but space is limited. 
Our van will leave Jericho at 6:30pm. Please make arrangements to reserve your seat in advance.
RSVP required.
All are welcome. FREE of charge.
Tzedakah to MiYaD is appreciated and part of the Mitzvah of visiting the Ohel. www.miyad.org/donate
Find out more about the Ohel: http://www.ohelchabad.org/

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Springtime Jewish Holidays!
May
31
to Jun 1

Springtime Jewish Holidays!

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Springtime Jewish Holidays

Lag B'Omer & Shavuos

Sunshine, longer days and elevated spirits...
Don't wait until Fall to get involved in MiYaD!  
Being Jewish is an all-season endeavour.
SPECIAL SHABBAT MINYAN! Saturday 5/6 10:00am
Blessing Shterna Sarah Krivisky's 2nd Birthday
Please attend.  We need your participation!
Join MiYaD and 1000's of Jewish people from all walks of life in celebrating Lag B'Omer with a Great Parade, Concert, Carnival Rides and more!!
MiYaD's Annual Garden Party & 10 Commandments Reading!!
Rain or Shine
Dairy Lunch Served - Cheesecake - Ice Cream Sundae Bar
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Shavuos @ MiYaD
May
31
10:00am10:00am

Shavuos @ MiYaD

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It is a custom to decorate one's home and synagogue with flowers on Shavuot. 
This year we will be having a Garden Party outdoors & bringing you to the flowers!
  • Morning Services 10:00am followed by Specialty Coffees, Cheesecakes, Make-your-own Ice Cream Sundaes and outdoor Children's Progam.
  • Garden Party 5:00pm & Family Dinner! PLEASE RSVP
Hear The Ten Commandments!
Donations are always welcome before the Holiday. 
Shavuos Programs are FREE of charge. $180/ $250/ $360/ Sponsorships are gratefully accepted
All are invited.
You don't need to travel to the desert!
It's happening right here!
82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho, NY 11753
Rain or Shine

It’s that time of year, lots going on…

Dads and Grads, Memorial Day, school is almost out and summer is in the air!! 
On the Jewish calendar, Passover is long gone, and the High Holidays and hours spent in synagogue and fasting is 6 months away…

So what is an American Jew to do?

As Americans we are just starting to thaw and get excited for great weather outdoors, and as Jews we feel a little empty having nothing to feel guilty about.
That brings us to the holiday of Shavuos, the ‘Lost Holiday’. 
Somehow in all the excitement on our calendar this time of year, the one Holiday that actually makes us JEWISH, is forgotten. 3,329 years ago G-d chose us to become the Jewish Nation on Mt. Sinai, receiving the Torah.  Shavuos celebrates that world-changing event. 
Ironically it is actually the easiest of all Biblical holidays to observe!!
  • It’s only 2 days, versus 8 for Passover and Sukkot!
  • There’s no fasting like Yom Kippur, in fact, we eat Cheesecake! 
  • Unlike hours and hours spent in synagogue on Rosh HaShana, we just hear the 10 Commandments read from the Torah during regular Yom Tov morning services!
I would argue that Shavuos appeals to our modern, American sensibilities more than any other Jewish holiday!
Quick! Easy! Indulgent! Independent! Powerful!
Celebrate Shavuos at MiYaD and experience a truly Immemorial Holiday Weekend.

Shavuos Schedule
Tuesday, May 30th
Eve of First day Shavuos
Light Shabbat Candles at 8:00 PM
Red-eye with the Rabbi - 11:30pm All-night Torah Study @ 82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho
 
 
Wednesday, May 31st 
10:00am - Yom Tov Morning Services Minyan  
11:00am - Ten Commandments Torah Reading, for all Men, Women & Children.
Followed by Specialty Coffees from the 3rd wave of gourmet coffee, Cheesecakes, Ice Cream Sundae Bar & Kid's Program
5:00 - Garden Party & Family Dinner - Rain or Shine
(possible 2nd Torah Reading!)
 - Eve of Second day Shavuot
Light Holiday Candles after 9:08 PM
 
Thursday, June 1st
Yom Tov Morning Services Minyan @ 10:00am, YIZKOR
Holiday Ends 9:09 PM
 
FREE
All are welcome
Our Minyan needs you!!
Sponsorships Available: DONATE HERE @ MiYaD.org
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Babka Bake! MiYaD Women's Circle w/.Aliza
May
8
8:00pm 8:00pm

Babka Bake! MiYaD Women's Circle w/.Aliza

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Women's Circle w/ MiYaD
 BABKA 101

Back by popular demand!
This month we will be getting together and learning the art of babka making.
Each woman will take home their own babka!
Aliza will be discussing what are Mitzvahs and the power they hold.
Stimulating conversation and mouth wateringbabka will make for a fabulous night out.
May 8th at 8pm
at The Milleridge Inn
$18 per person
Pay cash or check at the door
Credit Card in advance at http://www.miyad.org

Sponsorships available and appreciated-  $180 ea.

RSVP through email or by responding to the FB event Please specify how many will be joining. 
Looking forward to seeing you!

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Passover w/ MiYaD
Apr
9
to Apr 18

Passover w/ MiYaD

Dear Friends, 
As we now approach Passover, we wish for you and your family a Kosher and Happy Passover.  
We are told of 'Four Sons' who attend the Seder, in the Haggadah.
The Rebbe tells us of a 'Fifth Son' who might not even show up!
We are here to make sure that there are no 'Fifth Sons' in our community.  
We want to celebrate with YOU! ...and let everyone know they are welcome.
Together, let us reach out to our family, friends and neighbors to let them know that there is a place for them at our Seder, this Pesach.
Passover is the festival of redemption.  It is a time for us to go out of our personal limitations, which in turn, leads to the complete global redemption through Moshiach NOW!!
"THIS Year in Jerusalem!!"
Wishing you and yours all the best in this "Season of Our Freedom". 
Blessings & Success, 
Rabbi & Aliza Krivisky
Menachem, Esther, Menucha, Zalman, Moussia, Shmuel, Shterna Sarah & Rivkah

Be the "Wise Son" - prepare accordingly!
BIG Mitzvahs to do before Passover:

Giving Tzedakah for Pesach is called 'Maos Chittim', it is thematically related to the idea of experiencing Freedom on Passover. CLICK HERE.

Giving Tzedakah for Pesach is called 'Maos Chittim', it is thematically related to the idea of experiencing Freedom on Passover. CLICK HERE.

DON'T BE SQUARE, DADDY-O Buy Handmade Round Matzah! It's bread of healing! It's the bread of faith!  It's not your grocery-store-bought-cardboard!  It is the official food of Passover! Lot's of stores now carry it, and MiYaD can help you get some, too.

DON'T BE SQUARE, DADDY-O Buy Handmade Round Matzah!
It's bread of healing! It's the bread of faith!  It's not your grocery-store-bought-cardboard!  It is the official food of Passover! Lot's of stores now carry it, and MiYaD can help you get some, too.

Join MiYaD for a meaningful               Passover Seder experience

Monday/Tuesday Evenings, April 10 & 11 @ 8:30pm
Moshiach Feast - Tuesday, April 18 @ 6:30pm
82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho
All are welcome. Please RSVP.

Choose Wisely:
It's your Passover Seder
@ your in-laws... shpilkus!
@ a hotel... ugh!
@ a restaurant... puh-lease!
@ a center... gag me with a spoon!
@ a resort... forgettaboutit!

For various reasons, each of these options don't sound so 'liberating'. 
But Passover is supposed to be the season of our freedom, celebrating our physical and spiritual freedom from constraints and limitations.  

So why don't you spend it with us?

Delicious home-cooked dinners? YES.
Inspirational (and quick!) Haggadah/Seder leadership? YES. 
Cute kids? YES. 
Fun & stimulating discussion? YES. 
Top-shelf wine? YES. 
All the Mitzvahs done right & with feeling? YES.
A Passover Seder never to forget? YES!!!
FREE? Of course, Bubbala!
Who charges for such a Mitzvah having you in their home, eh?! 

(to make a donation click here)
This year, as always, Rabbi & Aliza Krivisky and family will be opening their home and hearts to welcome you to their home to celebrate Passover the right way - with friends and family.  

Once again, we invite you to take part in one of the most special, mystical dates on the Jewish Calendar - the Eigth Day of Passover, which is charachterized by the special dinner called the Moshiach Feast.

About two hundred and fifty years ago, as the time for Mashiach drew closer, the Baal Shem Tov instituted a custom which underlines the connection between the Redemption and the Eighth Day of Pesach: on that day he would partake of Moshiach’s Seudah, the festive meal of Moshiach.  

It is an informal, yet highly inspirational & delicious dinner with singing, stories, Torah thoughts and 4 traditional cups of wine (like the Seder!), all in the spirit of Moshiach's imminent arrival.
We would love for you to join us, Tuesday, April 18th 6:30 - 8:30pm @ our Chabad House located @ 82 Forsythia Ln., Jericho, NY 11753, for a wonderful evening as we send off the Passover holiday with a bang!  
No RSVP needed; FREE
- A Reflection of Mashiach -

The Eighth Day of Pesach is traditionally associated with our hopes for the coming of Moshiach. For this reason, the Haftorah read on that day contains many prophecies which refer to the Era of the Redemption. Among the best-known of these: “The wolf will dwell with the lamb, the leopard will lie down with a young goat” and, “He will raise a banner for the nations and gather in the exiles of Israel."

Get Organized...
Passover Schedule
(Confirm Times Here)

April 9: 
Search for Chametz begins: 7:56pm

April 10:
Finish Eating Chametz: 10:43am
Chametz has been sold & burned: 11:49am
Midday: 12:55pm
Candlelighting: 7:11pm
Sunset: 7:29pm
Night: 7:57pm
Midnight: 12:54am

April 11:

Candlelighting: AFTER 8:12pm

April 12:
First 2 days of Holiday ends: 8:13pm

Shabbat, Fri. April 14th Candlelighting @ 7:15pm

Sunday, April 16:
Candlelighting: 7:17pm
Sunset: 7:35pm
Night: 8:04pm

Monday, April 17:
Candlelighting: AFTER 8:19pm

Tuesday, April 18:
Passover Holiday ends: 8:20pm

(Confirm Times Here)


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Full Purim Schedule
Mar
11
to Mar 12

Full Purim Schedule

SATURDAY          -         SUNDAY

March 11         -       March 12

  • Sat. 10:00am - Minyan/Torah Reading of Zachor  (Only Torah reading that is a must hear! Please attend.)
  • Sat. 8:00pm   - Megillah Reading @ Krivisky's Chabad House
  • Sun.10:00am - Purim Brunch @ Milleridge Inn Cottage: Reservations are available: Here

Sunday Megillah Readings

  • 10:30am & 1:00pm @ Milleridge Inn Cottage
  • 4:00pm @ Krivisky's Chabad House

(also, private Megillah Readings available upon request!)

Give traditional Purim Tzedakah: www.miyad.org/donate

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Women's Circle Hamantashen Bake w/ HANC Plainview
Feb
27
8:00pm 8:00pm

Women's Circle Hamantashen Bake w/ HANC Plainview

Annual Hamantashen Baking

Once again you are invited to partake in another fabulous night with Aliza and MiYaD Women's Circle.
We are so excited at MiYaD to be partnering with HANC Plainview on our first (of what we hope to be many!) events together!! 
Getting ready for Purim with our annual Women's Circle Hamantashen Baking!!
Join together for another fabulous night! 
We will uncover beautiful insights into the Purim story, while creating our own hamantashen from scratch with delicious fillings, using her best recipe yet! 
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Bring a friend, all are welcome.
$18

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Women's Circle Organic Home Made Body Care Products
Feb
13
8:00pm 8:00pm

Women's Circle Organic Home Made Body Care Products

Women's Circle @ MiYaD
Creating Home Made Body Care Products

You are invited to a Women's Night out in honor of the upcoming holiday of
Tu B'shvat, the birthday of the trees.  We will be creating our own all natural lip balm, sugar scrub and Dead Sea Salt products Please join us for an evening of insightful discussion, socializing, and a fun night out.

Tu B'Shevat Treats & Refreshments

Monday February 13th at 8pm
Our Chabad House
82 Forsythia Lane
Donation of $18
Please RSVP
aliza@miyad.org or through FB event
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"I am a Jew" Photo Exhibit
Dec
25
6:00pm 6:00pm

"I am a Jew" Photo Exhibit

With much pride, MiYaD's own Lana Bater's father's award winning work that has traveled the world is being presented on December 25th 6:00pm @ Congregation of Georgian Jews.
Please join us for rare event to view award wining work of photo artist Michael Datikash (Malkhaz Datikashvili).

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Home Depot Chanukah Menorah Workshop
Dec
18
2:00pm 2:00pm

Home Depot Chanukah Menorah Workshop

Join MiYaD at The Home Depot on Jericho Turnpike in Syosset for a wonderful Chanukah Menorah building project using real materials from the store!

Take home your own Menorah and candles to be used on Chanukah!

Traditional Chanukah doughnuts, chocolate gelt and driedels for all participants.

We have special guest - YEHUDAH MACCABI in the HOUSE!! Get you picture taken with a Jewish hero!

There will be an assembly line led by Home Depot staff that will help your child construct and decorate their own Chanukah Menorah to bring home. We always expect a large crowd, so you can come in anytime between 2:00-4:00pm to participate.  

You must register below, but you can also check out our event on Facebook here.

Donations/Sponsorships for this event are appreciated. We will be distributing literally THOUSANDS of Chanukah goodies, so your support means so much. You can contribute here: www.miyad.org/donate

All are welcome.
(Children of all ages must be accompanied by an adult.)
FREE!!!

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Women's Challah Baking
Nov
1
8:00pm 8:00pm

Women's Challah Baking

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Women's challah Baking Workshop MiYaD
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Women's Challah Baking Workshop
Tuesday Nov. 1st at 8:00 pm

Did you ever think that baking bread can be a spiritual experience?

Wondering what is the best Challah recipe? Can’t get the Challah braiding right?

Join us for a hands-on baking experience led by Mrs. Aliza Krivisky co director of MiYaD Beis Jericho, and discover how to create Homemade, Symbolic, and Delicious Challah for Shabbat. Learn the art of Challah baking, as we get our hands sticky in dough made from scratch. Bring a new flavor to your home with the best of Challah recipes. Discover the various braiding techniques and twists, and explore the spiritual significance and beauty of this age-old tradition.

Everyone will leave the class with Challah  and an experience that will last a life time. You will also receive a recipe with step-by-step instructions.

suggested donation $18
Bring a friend
Please RSVP
aliza@MiYaD.org
6466448433
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Celebrate Sukkot w/ MiYaD
Oct
16
to Oct 25

Celebrate Sukkot w/ MiYaD

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SUKKAH?... I heardly know her!

What is Sukkot?

For forty years, as our ancestors traversed the Sinai Desert, following the Exodus from Egypt, miraculous "clouds of glory" surrounded and hovered over them, shielding them from the dangers and discomforts of the desert. Ever since, we remember G-d's kindness and reaffirm our trust in His providence by dwelling in a sukkah. For seven days and nights, we eat all our meals in the sukkah and otherwise regard it as our home.

 On each day of the festival (excepting Shabbat), we take the Four Kinds, recite a blessing over them, bring them together in our hands and wave them. Our sages in the Midrash tell us that the Four Kinds represent the various types and personalities that comprise the community of Israel, whose intrinsic unity we emphasize on Sukkot.

Sukkot is also called The Time of Our Joy; indeed, a special joy pervades the festival. 
CELEBRATE WITH MIYAD!!

Sponsorships available - all events made possible by your donations www.miyad.org/donate.

SUKKOT & SIMCHAS TORAH SCHEDULE
all events in the Sukkah in back of Krivisky's Chabad House
@ 82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho, NY 11753

Sunday, October 16th - Erev Sukkot
Candlelighting @ 5:53pm
Kiddush & Community Dinner in the Sukkah @ 7:00pm

Monday, October 17th - Sukkot
Morning Services @ 10:00am
Kiddush/Luncheon @ 1:30pm
Candlelighting after 6:52pm
Kiddush & Community Dinner in the Sukkah @ 7:00pm

Tuesday, Sept. 27th - Sukkot
Morning Services @ 10:00am
Kiddush/Luncheon @ 1:30pm
Yom Tov ends: 6:50pm
9:00pm - Simchas Beis HaShoeva in Crown Heights come dance with THOUSANDS of Jewish people of all stripes in the streets of Brooklyn!!

Wednesday, Oct. 19th
4:30pm-10:00pm
- Community Open Sukkah Gathering -
Drop by our anytime to say a Blessing in the Sukkah, shake Lulav & Esrog, eat, drink and schmooze!!
ALL ARE WELCOME - KIDS & ADULTS - FREE

Sunday, October 23rd - Erev Shmini Atzeret
Candlelighting @ 5:43pm
- Dinner & Dancing w/ the Torah - 6:30pm and on...
Monday, October 24th - Shmini Atzeret
Candlelighting after 6:42pm
Erev SIMCHAT TORAH
-Dinner & Dancing w/ the Torah - 6:30pm and on... 

Tuesday, October 25th - SIMCHAS TORAH
Morning Services @ 10:00am
- Finish Reading Torah & Dancing w/ the Torah
11:00am
Kiddush Luncheon & L'Chaim @ 1:00pm
Holiday ends @ 6:41pm
Sponsorships available - all events made possible by your donations www.miyad.org/donate.

 

 

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Shavuot Garden Party @ Chabad House
Jun
10
to Jun 13

Shavuot Garden Party @ Chabad House

It is a custom to decorate one's home and synagogue with flowers on Shavuot. 
This year we will be having a Garden Party outdoors & bringing you to the flowers!

Morning Services & Kids Program! 
Hear The Ten Commandments!
Followed by a Backyard Garden Dairy Buffet of Pastas, Salads, Cheesecakes, Smoothies, Ice Cream and More!
Donations are always welcome before the Holiday. 
Dairy Buffet Co-Sponsors $360.
All are invited.
You don't need to travel to the desert!
It's happening right here!

(see below for our Holiday Guide for more info.)

Shavuos is the celebration of the reception of the Torah.  
The souls of all Jews, from all times, came together to hear the Ten Commandments from G‑d Himself at Mt. Sinai, 3,328 years ago.  You were there... now experience it w/ MiYaD!!
We observe the holiday - Men, Women & Children - by hearing the 10 Commandments read from the Torah.

Following the service, we will enjoy a dairy Kiddush Brunch, with Cheesecakes, White Russians, Coffee, and an Ice Cream party for children.

We look forward to seeing you!!

Support our Yom Tov program for Shavuot. 
www.miyad.org/donate
or mail check to
82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho, NY 11753

Friday, June 10
Light Shabbat Candles at 8:07PM
Saturday, June 11
Shabbos Morning Minyan @ 10:00am
Bamidbar Torah Reading @ 11:00am
- Eve of First day Shavuot
Light Holiday Candles after 9:16 PM
Saturday Night Live!! 11:30pm All-night Torah Study @ 82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho

Friday, June 10
Light Shabbat Candles at 8:07PM
Saturday, June 11
Shabbos Morning Minyan @ 10:00am
Bamidbar Torah Reading @ 11:00am
- Eve of First day Shavuot
Light Holiday Candles after 9:16 PM
Saturday Night Live!! 11:30pm All-night Torah Study @ 82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho

Sunday, June 12
Yom Tov Morning Services Minyan @ 10:00am, Ten Commandments Torah Reading, for all Men, Women & Children
Followed by GARDEN PARTY!! Dairy Kiddush Luncheon, Pastas, Salads, Cheesecakes, Cappuccino and Ice Cream
 - Eve of Second day Shavuot
Light Holiday Candles after 9:17 PM

Friday, June 10
Light Shabbat Candles at 8:07PM
Saturday, June 11
Shabbos Morning Minyan @ 10:00am
Bamidbar Torah Reading @ 11:00am
- Eve of First day Shavuot
Light Holiday Candles after 9:16 PM
Saturday Night Live!! 11:30pm All-night Torah Study @ 82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho

 

 

Sunday, June 12
Yom Tov Morning Services Minyan @ 10:00am, Ten Commandments Torah Reading, for all Men, Women & Children
Followed by GARDEN PARTY!! Dairy Kiddush Luncheon, Pastas, Salads, Cheesecakes, Cappuccino and Ice Cream
 - Eve of Second day Shavuot
Light Holiday Candles after 9:17 PM

Monday, June 13
Yom Tov Morning Services Minyan @ 10:00am, YIZKOR
Holiday Ends 9:17 PM
 
FREE
All are welcome
Our Minyan needs you!!
Sponsorships Available: DONATE HERE @ MiYaD.org

SHAVUOT GUIDE

GuideShavuot 101Holiday Insights

The Basics

Experience the Ten Commandments

Shavuot Calendar

What Is Shavuot?

The Role of Children

What Is the Torah?

The Story

Personalities: King David

Holiday Thoughts

The Gift

In the Clouds

The Two Tablets

The Guarantors

The Rebbe’s Messages

  

Audio & Video Recipes Kids

Underage Underwriters

Ten for the Price of One

Infinite Wisdom

Shavuot Insight

Sinai, Shavuot and Today

 

Blintzes

Cheesecakes

Recipes for Kids

Healthy Shavuot

Cheeseless Cheesecake

 

Guide

Crafts

Print & Color

Jono’s Little Mountain Song

  

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Holy Smoke!! Annual Lag B'Omer BBQ
May
26
5:30pm 5:30pm

Holy Smoke!! Annual Lag B'Omer BBQ

  • 82 Forsythia Lane Jericho, NY, 11753 United States (map)
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Thursday, 18th of Iyar/ May 26th @ 5:30pm

Join us for an enjoyable evening barbecue in the Krivisky's backyard @ 82 Forsythia Ln. Jericho, NY 11753 (East Birchwood).

It is traditional to light bonfires on Lag B'Omer eve. These commemorate the immense light that the Rashbi, Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, introduced into the world via his mystical teachings found in the Zohar, the central teachings of Kabbalah. This was especially true on the day of his passing, Lag B'Omer, when he revealed to his disciples secrets of the Torah whose profundity and intensity the world had yet to experience.  Lighting these fires, or sponsoring them, is considered a great merit.

On Lag B'Omer we come together to celebrate Jewish unity!!  Come rejoice with us through food, drink, music and friends.

Sponsorship of the Lag B'Omer BBQ Fire: $360
$18/person, $36/Family.  
All are welcome. Bring a friend!!

It is customary to give Tzedakah - 'charity' on Lag B'Omer in multiples of '18'.
(as it falls on 18 of Jewish month of Iyar)

www.miyad.org/donate

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PURIM @ MiYaD
Mar
23
to Mar 24

PURIM @ MiYaD

Our Purim Parties are LEGENDARY!!

I'm really holding back the urge to put a lot of cheasy Jewish-Star Wars one-liners in here, so just show up - YOU'RE OUR ONLY HOPE!!!! (sorry)

Wednesday, March 23rd
Fast of Esther
Evening Megillah Reading @ 7:30pm

Thursday, March 24th
Morning Megillah Reading @ Krivisky Home 10:30am
Purim Food Gift Basket Distribution
Megillah Readings at YOUR home or area office by request
Grand STAR WARS Purim Celebration @ 5:30pm (see above)

FREE

Do a Mitzvah!!
$36/Purim Donation
$180/Event Sponsorship


PURIM TO DO LIST: 4 Mitzvahs

  1. Hear Megillah Reading
  2. Give Tzedakah (Jewish charity)
  3. Distribute Food Gift Baskets to friends
  4. Celebrate at Purim Feast
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