Join Our Virtual Community
JOIN OUR VIRTUAL COMMUNITY
Congregation Emanuel of the Hudson Valley is committed to creating and fostering the most inclusive and welcoming spaces possible. In response to COVID-19 we have greatly expanded the accessibility and ease of our existing virtual options, as well as added many more opportunities to connect, learn, celebrate, organize, pray, and congregate.
Like many organizations, we strongly rely on income from weekly and monthly fundraising events which have been canceled due to Covid-19. Please consider supporting CEHV with a donation of any size to sustain our continuing efforts to reach you virtually during this challenging time.
Shabbat & Festival Services
All of our services are simultaneously live-streamed on our website and our Facebook page.
Join us every Friday evening for our special Kabbalat Shabbat services and Saturday morning for Torah study during our morning minyan.
We use the Mishkan T’filah: A Reform Siddur as our primary prayer book.
Special New Song for Saturday Morning Minyan
All the World Sings to You
by Anselm Rothschild
All the world sings, the world sings to You! 2 X
The song of the trees when wind stirs their leaves,
The song of the earth, when rain soothes its thirst,
The song of the sea when waves are set free,
The song of the sky then hummingbirds fly.
Shabat Shalom 4 X
Say "CHAI" with Rabbi Yael
Mondays 9am & Thursdays 5pm
Say Chai! Rabbi Yael Romer is leading special 18-minute fellowship sessions for all CEHV congregants and members of our community. We warmly welcome you!
- Join Zoom Meeting
- Join by phone: (929) 205-6099, then dial 336559995#
- Join Zoom Meeting
- Join by phone: (929) 205-6099, then dial 590065660#
Note: Participants will be briefly screened before entering to ensure safety. All of our community is welcome, but no trolls or bots 😉
Ask Rabbi Yael!
Join Rabbi Yael for fun and accessible dialogue designed for children & youth! Curious about Jewish customs, prayers, rituals, humor, animals, stories, clothing, dance, or anything else? Ask Rabbi! For children and youth up to age 18.
Ask Rabbi Yael will now be a prerecorded program, so asks your questions below! The videos will be captioned and posted on this page and on our Facebook page.