Week of Events
There are many kinds of relational love we have for each other, and that we are instructed to exhibit for one another in our sacred scriptures. The Greek language distinguishes between Eros, erotic love; Philia, love of friends and equals; Storge, love of parents for children; and Agape, love of mankind. Come explore Jewish and […]
Join a cohort of Jewish dads to bond over conversations about fatherhood, marriage, and life. Socialize, play, and learn while finding your community among Jewish dads. It’s hard to find a safe space to be yourself in this world, this is that place. Preregistration and proof of vaccination required. Location provided upon registration.
Join your fellow JCOH congregants for a lay-led Morning Minyan. Daven for 15 minutes and talk Torah.
Bring your infants and toddlers for a Jewish singing and story experience with Rabbi Josh Franklin at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons. Hang out afterwards on the Jewish Center’s playground with your kids and other parents. Preregistration required.
Study women and the mark they have left and continue to leave on Judaism. The program will delve into biblical heroines as well as contemporary Jewish women and their impacts on Judaism and society. We will explore biblical women such as Miriam, Sarah, Rachel and Rebecca, historical women such as Madeline Albright, Bella Abzug and […]
FRIDAYS at 6:00pm | MAIN BEACH A beloved Jewish Center of the Hamptons experience, Shabbat on the Beach fuses summer at the beach with traditional Jewish Shabbat rituals. Warm your toes in the sand and join our community in singing, dancing, and celebrating the joys of a magical Shabbat experience. More Information Rabbi Joshua Stanton, […]
Each week we are given the sacred gift of Shabbat. A time to rejoice in our homes with our synagogue family. Join us as we welcome Shabbat with song and prayer. Rabbi Joshua Stanton, will join us during Shabbat on the Beach and Shabbat Morning Services. Rabbi Stanton currently serves at East End Temple in […]
Dive deep into the weekly Torah portion with Rabbi Joshua Franklin. Come for just one, or come for every one, each week we begin anew in our study of Torah through an array of perspective, commentaries, and opinion.
Tisha B’Av, or the 9th of the month of Av, marks the day that Babylonians destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem (586 BCE), and it has become a day that has also represented the subsequent destructions that have befallen the Jewish people, including the destruction of the 2nd Temple, the expulsion of Jews from Spain, and […]