• ToaSTY B'nai Mitzvah Proj...


    Please register for 3 group projects and list your independent project. Please note that if your child is in 6th grade and an event takes place during class time, we ask that you find another event.

    If you were looking to sign up for an event and you cannot find it below, the event has been filled.

    Thank you.
  • Temple Shaaray Tefila Due...


     Please call the main office at (914) 666-3133 with any questions.
  • Moving Traditions


    Rosh Hodesh: It’s a Girl Thing!

    is an experiential education program currently touching the lives of 3,500 girls across North America. The program uses Jewish teachings and practices — in a five-year cycle of curricular materials — to give girls a place to feel safe, articulate their deepest concerns, consider the impact of gender on their daily lives, have fun, and be ‘real’ with their peers

  • Cottage School Project


    On Saturday, March 24, from 11-2pm, we'll head to the Pleasantville Cottage School for a group volutneer project. Hope to see you there!

    Registration for this program goes directly towards our project and lunch for students at the school.
  • Midnight Run


    Help out with ToaSTY as we head down to New York City on Satuday, April 28, for our "Run"! 
  • January 2018 Bnai Mitzvah...


    In an ongoing effort to offer meaningful family and educational experience throughout the B’nai Mitzvah process, this year’s sixth graders, and their families are invited to participate in Shaaray Tefila’s Annual B’nai Mitzvah Shabbaton Retreat on January 19th, 2018 at 5:30PM through January 20th, 2018 at 4:30 PM. The retreat will be held at the Sheraton in Stamford. Throughout Shabbat, families will have a great time bonding while participating in learning, worship and social action opportunities with members of our senior staff, including our Rabbis and Director of Education.

    While the synagogue subsidizes a generous portion of this retreat, the per family fee is $350.00 and covers one parent and one child. This fee includes the hotel room, parking and all meals, snacks and supplies.  Please note that if you would like to bring an additional family member, there will be a $125.00 fee. You will be given the option to add and pay for each additional family member in the form below.  

    **Note for families with TWINS: Please add second twin on the line marked "Other children/Family Member Attending".  The fee for the twin will be $125. 

  • 7-9th Grade Museum of Jew...


    We are excited to offer your child an opportunity to experience the incredible Museum of Jewish Heritage in the heart of NYC. The exhibit that we will tour is "Meeting Hate with Humanity: Life During the Holocaust" 
     
    We have come to a critical point in modern Jewish history as we near the end of the first hand accounts from the Holocaust. We need to grow a new generation of Jewish adults who will be able to share these stories.
     
    March 18 -  Meet at Temple at 11:45am for departure at Noon. Our tour begins at 1:30 and we will return to TST thereafter.
  • Share Your Self


    Share Your Self - Do you have a talent, skill, or business specialty that you are willing to share for others to bid on? Be creative (Make a Shabbat Dinner? Offer an appraisal? Teeth whitening? Special class or opportunity?) Please be part of our Share Your Self Initiative:
  • Taste of School


  • ECC Student/Family Inform...


     
  • ECC Emergency Information


     
  • ECC Consent Form


     
  • March 2018 Bnai Mitzvah T...


    During your child’s assigned hour, s/he will work one-on-one with a B'nai Mitzvah Faculty Member to learn their Haftarah and Torah portions as well as in a group with other students.  Additionally, they will work with student tutors to review the prayer service. B'nai Mitzvah Training takes place in the Social Hall/Jewish Heritage Center and training for your date group begins the week of March 12th, 2018. 

    B'nai Mitzvah Training takes place on Tuesdays (3:00-6:00pm) & Wednesdays (3:00-6:00pm).  You will be asked to choose 3 possible times below. You will be assigned a one hour time slot on one of these days, based on your requests.

    Please submit this form NO LATER THAN February 5th.  Requests are assigned in the order which we receive them, so please submit your form ASAP. Given the large size of our program, we cannot guarantee anyone's first choice, so please select THREE possible times your child could attend tutoring, as indicated above.

    Please understand that we cannot process your request form unless you provide us with THREE possible times as indicated in the guidelines above.

    **PLEASE NOTE THAT B'NAI MITZVAH TRAINING CANNOT TAKE THE PLACE OF ANY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL CLASS THAT YOUR CHILD IS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN.  PLEASE DO NOT CHOOSE A TIME SLOT THAT CONFLICTS WITH RELIGIOUS SCHOOL CLASSES. 

    If you have any questions, Please contact Alli West, Associate B'nai Mitzvah Director at awest@templest.org.

    Thank you and we look forward to working with you and your child!
  • Sisterhood Mindfulness Wo...


     
    February 7th at 7:30pm
  • Adult Education with Dr. ...




    Program begins in November

  • Sisterhood Baby Box Assem...




    April 11th at 7:30pm
  • Sisterhood Diaper Cake Wo...




    March 14th at 9:30am
  • Basketball at The Harvey ...


     
  • Sisterhood Art Class


     

    March 8th at 7:30pm
  • Brotherhood Brewery Tour


     

    Saturday, February 3rd
  • Tickets, Raffle & Wristba...



    Please click here for more information and full raffle prize descriptions

  • Friday Night Lights - Roc...





    ToaSTY invites all middle school teens to join us at Rockin' Jump Trampoline Park of Mount Kisco on Friday, March 23, after Shabbat! 
  • Jewish Music to Soothe th...


     
  • Womens Seder 2018




    March 22nd at 7pm

  • Find Your Self Cooking: P...


     

    March 15th at 7:30pm
  • Empty Nest Film Screening...


     
    March 26th at 7pm
  • Saturday Night Out - Rock...





    ToaSTY invites all high school teens to join us at Rockin' Jump Trampoline Park of Mount Kisco on Saturday, March 3, for dinner and fun! 
  • High Holy Days Appeal - 5...


     
  • 2017-2018 RELIGIOUS SCH...


    Minimum of 10% payment is required when filling out this form. 

    You should receive a confirmation email shortly after completion. 

  • The Family Walkway



    Shaaray Tefila is building a foundation for the future with The Family Walkway. You can be a permanent part of our future by participating in our brick path project. We are planning brick paths in two locations:
     
    * In front of the sanctuary for bricks commemorating Jewish life cycle events such as b'nai mitzvah and weddings, and honoring or remembering friends and loved ones.
    * Adjacent to the Holocaust Memorial in remembrance of those who perished in the Holocaust and those who survived that we honor.
     
    We hope everyone will want to create a lasting connection to our Temple community by contributing to the brick path project. 

    Small Bricks: $180
    Large Bricks: $270
     
  • Tzedakah


    Temple Shaaray Tefila supports a number of charitable endeavors. It is a distinctive way to bring immediate relief to those in need, celebrate a life cycle event, honor or celebrate the life of a loved one, or simply acknowledge and express appreciation to the Temple and its congregants.
  • Membership Application 20...


    Temple Shaaray Tefila welcomes you to our community. Please call (914) 666-3133 if you have any questions or need assistance with this form.

ToaSTY B'nai Mitzvah Project
Please register for 3 group projects and list your independent project. Please note that if your child is in 6th grade and an event takes place during class time, we ask that you find another event.

If you were looking to sign up for an event and you cannot find it below, the event has been filled.

Thank you.
Temple Shaaray Tefila Dues and Fees Payments  Please call the main office at (914) 666-3133 with any questions.
Moving Traditions Rosh Hodesh: It’s a Girl Thing!

is an experiential education program currently touching the lives of 3,500 girls across North America. The program uses Jewish teachings and practices — in a five-year cycle of curricular materials — to give girls a place to feel safe, articulate their deepest concerns, consider the impact of gender on their daily lives, have fun, and be ‘real’ with their peers

Cottage School Project
On Saturday, March 24, from 11-2pm, we'll head to the Pleasantville Cottage School for a group volutneer project. Hope to see you there!

Registration for this program goes directly towards our project and lunch for students at the school.
Midnight Run
Help out with ToaSTY as we head down to New York City on Satuday, April 28, for our "Run"! 
January 2018 Bnai Mitzvah Retreat Registration In an ongoing effort to offer meaningful family and educational experience throughout the B’nai Mitzvah process, this year’s sixth graders, and their families are invited to participate in Shaaray Tefila’s Annual B’nai Mitzvah Shabbaton Retreat on January 19th, 2018 at 5:30PM through January 20th, 2018 at 4:30 PM. The retreat will be held at the Sheraton in Stamford. Throughout Shabbat, families will have a great time bonding while participating in learning, worship and social action opportunities with members of our senior staff, including our Rabbis and Director of Education.

While the synagogue subsidizes a generous portion of this retreat, the per family fee is $350.00 and covers one parent and one child. This fee includes the hotel room, parking and all meals, snacks and supplies.  Please note that if you would like to bring an additional family member, there will be a $125.00 fee. You will be given the option to add and pay for each additional family member in the form below.  

**Note for families with TWINS: Please add second twin on the line marked "Other children/Family Member Attending".  The fee for the twin will be $125. 

7-9th Grade Museum of Jewish Heritage Trip 2018
We are excited to offer your child an opportunity to experience the incredible Museum of Jewish Heritage in the heart of NYC. The exhibit that we will tour is "Meeting Hate with Humanity: Life During the Holocaust" 
 
We have come to a critical point in modern Jewish history as we near the end of the first hand accounts from the Holocaust. We need to grow a new generation of Jewish adults who will be able to share these stories.
 
March 18 -  Meet at Temple at 11:45am for departure at Noon. Our tour begins at 1:30 and we will return to TST thereafter.
Share Your Self
Share Your Self - Do you have a talent, skill, or business specialty that you are willing to share for others to bid on? Be creative (Make a Shabbat Dinner? Offer an appraisal? Teeth whitening? Special class or opportunity?) Please be part of our Share Your Self Initiative:
Taste of School
ECC Student/Family Information Form  
ECC Emergency Information  
ECC Consent Form  
March 2018 Bnai Mitzvah Training Placement Form During your child’s assigned hour, s/he will work one-on-one with a B'nai Mitzvah Faculty Member to learn their Haftarah and Torah portions as well as in a group with other students.  Additionally, they will work with student tutors to review the prayer service. B'nai Mitzvah Training takes place in the Social Hall/Jewish Heritage Center and training for your date group begins the week of March 12th, 2018. 

B'nai Mitzvah Training takes place on Tuesdays (3:00-6:00pm) & Wednesdays (3:00-6:00pm).  You will be asked to choose 3 possible times below. You will be assigned a one hour time slot on one of these days, based on your requests.

Please submit this form NO LATER THAN February 5th.  Requests are assigned in the order which we receive them, so please submit your form ASAP. Given the large size of our program, we cannot guarantee anyone's first choice, so please select THREE possible times your child could attend tutoring, as indicated above.

Please understand that we cannot process your request form unless you provide us with THREE possible times as indicated in the guidelines above.

**PLEASE NOTE THAT B'NAI MITZVAH TRAINING CANNOT TAKE THE PLACE OF ANY RELIGIOUS SCHOOL CLASS THAT YOUR CHILD IS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN.  PLEASE DO NOT CHOOSE A TIME SLOT THAT CONFLICTS WITH RELIGIOUS SCHOOL CLASSES. 

If you have any questions, Please contact Alli West, Associate B'nai Mitzvah Director at awest@templest.org.

Thank you and we look forward to working with you and your child!
Sisterhood Mindfulness Workshop  
February 7th at 7:30pm
Adult Education with Dr. Hoffman

Program begins in November

Sisterhood Baby Box Assembly

April 11th at 7:30pm
Sisterhood Diaper Cake Workshop

March 14th at 9:30am
Basketball at The Harvey School  
Sisterhood Art Class  

March 8th at 7:30pm
Brotherhood Brewery Tour  

Saturday, February 3rd
Tickets, Raffle & Wristbands
Please click here for more information and full raffle prize descriptions

Friday Night Lights - Rockin Jump


ToaSTY invites all middle school teens to join us at Rockin' Jump Trampoline Park of Mount Kisco on Friday, March 23, after Shabbat! 
Jewish Music to Soothe the Soul CD  
Womens Seder 2018

March 22nd at 7pm

Find Your Self Cooking: Passover  

March 15th at 7:30pm
Empty Nest Film Screening  
March 26th at 7pm
Saturday Night Out - Rockin Jump


ToaSTY invites all high school teens to join us at Rockin' Jump Trampoline Park of Mount Kisco on Saturday, March 3, for dinner and fun! 
High Holy Days Appeal - 5778  
2017-2018 RELIGIOUS SCHOOL REGISTRATION

Minimum of 10% payment is required when filling out this form. 

You should receive a confirmation email shortly after completion. 

The Family Walkway

Shaaray Tefila is building a foundation for the future with The Family Walkway. You can be a permanent part of our future by participating in our brick path project. We are planning brick paths in two locations:
 
* In front of the sanctuary for bricks commemorating Jewish life cycle events such as b'nai mitzvah and weddings, and honoring or remembering friends and loved ones.
* Adjacent to the Holocaust Memorial in remembrance of those who perished in the Holocaust and those who survived that we honor.
 
We hope everyone will want to create a lasting connection to our Temple community by contributing to the brick path project. 

Small Bricks: $180
Large Bricks: $270
 
Tzedakah Temple Shaaray Tefila supports a number of charitable endeavors. It is a distinctive way to bring immediate relief to those in need, celebrate a life cycle event, honor or celebrate the life of a loved one, or simply acknowledge and express appreciation to the Temple and its congregants.
Membership Application 2017 - 2018 Temple Shaaray Tefila welcomes you to our community. Please call (914) 666-3133 if you have any questions or need assistance with this form.