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MYSTERY PURIM SCHPIEL
Come, in costume if you like, to First Hebrew for a mysterious, sure to be fun play about Purim, the Jewish holiday that retells the victory of the Jews over an ancient enemy. Everyone is invited to bring noisemakers or use those provided.
After the show, which starts at 7 p.m., there will be traditional Purim treats like Hammantaschen cookies.
If you ordered Shalach Manot packages, you can pick them up at this event or you can get them anytime beginning on February 16.
Sisterhood’s annual Passover Wine Sale is back!
Join us for a tasting at the Megillah reading on March 9th.
Get your orders in by March 11th (click here for order form.)Make checks out to FHC Sisterhood and put “Wine Sale” in the memo line.
Pick up your Passover Wine on March 29th.
To save on printing and mailing costs as well as allowing for more timely publication, the Kehilataynu monthly newsletter is no longer being mailed. Instead, it will be posted on the website on the linked page as well as here. Previous months’ editions are linked below.
Most SHABBAT MORNINGS we hold our traditional egalitarian service, beginning at 9:30 a.m. followed by Kiddush. It is a complete service with a triennial cycle Torah reading. Everyone is welcome!
ALTERNATIVE SERVICE on occasional Shabbat mornings (approximately every 6 weeks)begin sat 10:00 a.m. This service takes place in the lounge, features a little less liturgy, and engages mind, body, and soul to get the most out of Shabbat. Everyone is welcome.
FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES are held on the first and third Friday evening of each month; NEW SPEAKER SERIES SERVICE is on the third Friday.
A WEEKLY THURSDAY MORNING MINYAN is held at 9:00 a.m. This is a complete traditional egalitarian morning service with a short Torah reading. Need a little help navigating a weekday service? New to wearing a tallit? Considering wearing tefillin? No worries! We will help you acclimate. Women and men are encouraged to participate. Everyone is welcome.
RIVERFRONT SERVICES during the summer months typically take place on the first and third Fridays from June through early September. A detailed description of where to find your First Hebrew community at Peekskill’s Riverfront Green Park on the Hudson is posted in the home page announcements during the season.
Come to First Hebrew for $2,000 in total guaranteed prizes, plus an average of $1,000 awarded in specialty games.
Doors open 5 p.m. and games begin 7:15 p.m. every Wednesday (except holidays – check First Hebrew’s website calendar.) First Hebrew is just west of the Beach Shopping Center, at 1821 Main St., Peekskill. Info: (914) 739-0500.