• 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

  • 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.
  • TST College Connection Pr...


     
  • Bnai Mitzvah Date Prefere...


     Thank you for taking the time to carefully read through, fill out and submit this form!

    We would like to schedule the Bar/Bat Mitzvah service on or after your child’s birth date. Please help us know what is best for your family’s schedule by indicating your TOP THREE preferences on the form below. There is a space for you at the bottom to include any special needs or considerations. All attempts will be made to accommodate every congregant’s needs, but please remember this is a large group and some flexibility will be required. This is why we require you to select 3 choices in order of preference. 

    Please note that the maximum seating capacity of the sanctuary is 350 people, or 175 per family. By indicating your best estimate of the number of guests you expect on the form, you will put us in a better position to minimize overcrowding.

    Bar/Bat Mitzvah services are held on Friday evenings at 5:45 PM, Saturday mornings at 10:00 AM or on Saturday evenings at 5:00 PM. The services are similar and will likely be shared, except for the Friday evening service. The Saturday evening service incorporates a short Havdalah ceremony to mark the end of Shabbat.

    Please return the form by May 1st.

    Please note that we will have an important family program at 7:00pm on Monday June 6th, 2016 for parents and children called: “B’nai Mitzvah: The Journey Begins.” At that time, we will be distributing your child’s date in person. It will also be an excellent opportunity to meet with clergy and other key players in the whole Bar/Bat Mitzvah process.  

    Please mark your calendars - Monday June 6th at 7pm - for this important meeting!

    ***Please note: In order to receive a B'nai Mitzvah Date you must be in good financial standing. If you have questions about your financial standing at the temple please contact Mona Halter at mhalter@templest.org or 914-666-3133 Ext. 475

    Question? Please contact Vivian Cohn: gavimagico@aol.com
  • Bnai Mitzvah Date Prefere...


     Thank you for taking the time to carefully read through, fill out and submit this form!

    We would like to schedule the Bar/Bat Mitzvah service on or after your child’s birth date. Please help us know what is best for your family’s schedule by indicating your TOP THREE preferences on the form below. There is a space for you at the bottom to include any special needs or considerations. All attempts will be made to accommodate every congregant’s needs, but please remember this is a large group and some flexibility will be required. This is why we require you to select 3 choices in order of preference. 

    Please note that the maximum seating capacity of the sanctuary is 350 people, or 175 per family. By indicating your best estimate of the number of guests you expect on the form, you will put us in a better position to minimize overcrowding.

    Bar/Bat Mitzvah services are held on Friday evenings at 5:45 PM, Saturday mornings at 10:00 AM or on Saturday evenings at 5:00 PM. The services are similar and will likely be shared, except for the Friday evening service. The Saturday evening service incorporates a short Havdalah ceremony to mark the end of Shabbat.

    Please return the form by May 1st.

    Please note that we will have an important family program at 7:00pm on Monday June 5th, 2017 for parents and children called: “B’nai Mitzvah: The Journey Begins.” At that time, we will be distributing your child’s date in person. It will also be an excellent opportunity to meet with clergy and other key players in the whole Bar/Bat Mitzvah process.  

    Please mark your calendars - Monday June 5th at 7pm - for this important meeting!

    ***Please note: In order to receive a B'nai Mitzvah Date you must be in good financial standing. If you have questions about your financial standing at the temple please contact Mona Halter at mhalter@templest.org or 914-666-3133 Ext. 475

    Question? Please contact Vivian Cohn: gavimagico@aol.com
  • 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:
  • ECC 2017-18 Registration


  • ECC Student/Family Inform...


     
  • ECC Consent Form


     
  • ECC Emergency Information


     
  • 2017-18 Continuing Studen...


    We are looking forward to continuing to work with your child as we prepare them for their special day!

    WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO STAY IN YOUR CURRENT TRAINING DAY & TIME, if possible.

    If you do not need to change your current day/time for the Fall you will be given the option to check a box below indicating that you would like to keep your current tutoring day and time.

    IF YOU NEED TO CHANGE YOUR TRAINING DAY AND/OR TIME, PLEASE KEEP THE FOLLOWING IN MIND: We will do our absolute best to accommodate one of your top three choices which we will ask you to indicate below. We will also do our best to keep you with your current tutor.

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

    We have times available on Tuesdays & Wednesdays 3-6 PM.  We regret that we do not have any times available for continuing students on Mondays (If your child is already in a Monday time slot they may keep that time). 

    We ask that you please fill out and submit this form no later than Monday, May 15th. Tutoring begins the week of September 12th, 2017.

    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!
  • Fall 2017 B'nai Mitzvah T...


    During your child’s assigned hour, s/he will work with a B'nai Mitzvah Faculty Member to learn their Haftarah and Torah portions. As well, they will work with student tutors to review the prayer service and specific prayers they are responsible for. B'nai Mitzvah Training takes place in the Social Hall/Jewish Heritage Center and training begins the week of September 12, 2017. 

    B'nai Mitzvah Training takes place on Tuesdays (3:00-6:00pm) & Wednesdays (3:00-6:00pm) with very limited times available on Mondays (3:00-4:00).  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 May 15th. 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.

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

    Thank you and we look forward to working with you and your child!
  • Jewish Music to Soothe th...


     
  • Pizza & Pasta Tot Shabbat


     
  • 2017-2018 RELIGIOUS SCH...


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

    You should receive a confirmation email shortly after completion. 

  • 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.
  • 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
     
  • 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.

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

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.
TST College Connection Program  
Bnai Mitzvah Date Preference Form  Thank you for taking the time to carefully read through, fill out and submit this form!

We would like to schedule the Bar/Bat Mitzvah service on or after your child’s birth date. Please help us know what is best for your family’s schedule by indicating your TOP THREE preferences on the form below. There is a space for you at the bottom to include any special needs or considerations. All attempts will be made to accommodate every congregant’s needs, but please remember this is a large group and some flexibility will be required. This is why we require you to select 3 choices in order of preference. 

Please note that the maximum seating capacity of the sanctuary is 350 people, or 175 per family. By indicating your best estimate of the number of guests you expect on the form, you will put us in a better position to minimize overcrowding.

Bar/Bat Mitzvah services are held on Friday evenings at 5:45 PM, Saturday mornings at 10:00 AM or on Saturday evenings at 5:00 PM. The services are similar and will likely be shared, except for the Friday evening service. The Saturday evening service incorporates a short Havdalah ceremony to mark the end of Shabbat.

Please return the form by May 1st.

Please note that we will have an important family program at 7:00pm on Monday June 6th, 2016 for parents and children called: “B’nai Mitzvah: The Journey Begins.” At that time, we will be distributing your child’s date in person. It will also be an excellent opportunity to meet with clergy and other key players in the whole Bar/Bat Mitzvah process.  

Please mark your calendars - Monday June 6th at 7pm - for this important meeting!

***Please note: In order to receive a B'nai Mitzvah Date you must be in good financial standing. If you have questions about your financial standing at the temple please contact Mona Halter at mhalter@templest.org or 914-666-3133 Ext. 475

Question? Please contact Vivian Cohn: gavimagico@aol.com
Bnai Mitzvah Date Preference Form 2020 Dates  Thank you for taking the time to carefully read through, fill out and submit this form!

We would like to schedule the Bar/Bat Mitzvah service on or after your child’s birth date. Please help us know what is best for your family’s schedule by indicating your TOP THREE preferences on the form below. There is a space for you at the bottom to include any special needs or considerations. All attempts will be made to accommodate every congregant’s needs, but please remember this is a large group and some flexibility will be required. This is why we require you to select 3 choices in order of preference. 

Please note that the maximum seating capacity of the sanctuary is 350 people, or 175 per family. By indicating your best estimate of the number of guests you expect on the form, you will put us in a better position to minimize overcrowding.

Bar/Bat Mitzvah services are held on Friday evenings at 5:45 PM, Saturday mornings at 10:00 AM or on Saturday evenings at 5:00 PM. The services are similar and will likely be shared, except for the Friday evening service. The Saturday evening service incorporates a short Havdalah ceremony to mark the end of Shabbat.

Please return the form by May 1st.

Please note that we will have an important family program at 7:00pm on Monday June 5th, 2017 for parents and children called: “B’nai Mitzvah: The Journey Begins.” At that time, we will be distributing your child’s date in person. It will also be an excellent opportunity to meet with clergy and other key players in the whole Bar/Bat Mitzvah process.  

Please mark your calendars - Monday June 5th at 7pm - for this important meeting!

***Please note: In order to receive a B'nai Mitzvah Date you must be in good financial standing. If you have questions about your financial standing at the temple please contact Mona Halter at mhalter@templest.org or 914-666-3133 Ext. 475

Question? Please contact Vivian Cohn: gavimagico@aol.com
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:
ECC 2017-18 Registration
ECC Student/Family Information Form  
ECC Consent Form  
ECC Emergency Information  
2017-18 Continuing Student B'nai Mitzvah Training Request Form We are looking forward to continuing to work with your child as we prepare them for their special day!

WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO STAY IN YOUR CURRENT TRAINING DAY & TIME, if possible.

If you do not need to change your current day/time for the Fall you will be given the option to check a box below indicating that you would like to keep your current tutoring day and time.

IF YOU NEED TO CHANGE YOUR TRAINING DAY AND/OR TIME, PLEASE KEEP THE FOLLOWING IN MIND: We will do our absolute best to accommodate one of your top three choices which we will ask you to indicate below. We will also do our best to keep you with your current tutor.

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

We have times available on Tuesdays & Wednesdays 3-6 PM.  We regret that we do not have any times available for continuing students on Mondays (If your child is already in a Monday time slot they may keep that time). 

We ask that you please fill out and submit this form no later than Monday, May 15th. Tutoring begins the week of September 12th, 2017.

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!
Fall 2017 B'nai Mitzvah Training Request Form During your child’s assigned hour, s/he will work with a B'nai Mitzvah Faculty Member to learn their Haftarah and Torah portions. As well, they will work with student tutors to review the prayer service and specific prayers they are responsible for. B'nai Mitzvah Training takes place in the Social Hall/Jewish Heritage Center and training begins the week of September 12, 2017. 

B'nai Mitzvah Training takes place on Tuesdays (3:00-6:00pm) & Wednesdays (3:00-6:00pm) with very limited times available on Mondays (3:00-4:00).  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 May 15th. 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.

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

Thank you and we look forward to working with you and your child!
Jewish Music to Soothe the Soul CD  
Pizza & Pasta Tot Shabbat  
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. 

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.
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
 
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.