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A House of Worship That Feels Like Home

Warm and welcoming, Temple Tikvah is a spiritual home for Jews of all backgrounds.  We strive to be a warm and welcoming place to families and singles, seniors and children alike.  We welcome Jews by choice, Jews of all races and sexual orientations and gender identities, including non-Jewish spouses and partners.

When two dynamic congregations came together in 2008, Temple Tikvah was born. Temple Emanuel of New Hyde Park and Temple Israel of Jamaica combined forces to create a spiritual center filled with joy, inspiration, and hope. Our congregation hails from Queens as well as Nassau County. We are truly a melting pot of diversity!

Our tikvah — hope — runs deep. Our hope guides us in everything we do, especially our hope for an endless caring community that is committed to strong connections to our faith and with each other.

We offer a wide range of programs that starts with our youngest members, the Tikvah Tots all the way through Adult Learning and Senior Programming. We hope you will feel at home with us and we can not wait for you to be apart of our Temple Tikvah family!

Follow our dynamic Congregation on our  page to check our latest daily Temple Happenings!



Shabbat Services

Join us every Friday evening at 7:30pm for Shabbat Services!

Currently all of our services are being live streamed on Facebook live. To watch our Shabbat Services each week please click here to view our worship page.

Temple Tikvah in the News


Temple Tikvah experiences severe damage due to Ida

By Brandon Duffy -

September 15, 2021                                          

"So many of us have been affected by storms in some way or another.  Whether it has been directly, indirectly, in the past or from Ida herself.  We have lost things we loved, we have had to restore and rebuild our homes or our businesses. 

But now, our house of worship that feels like home has been devastated.  Our classrooms were under 4 feet of water.  The hallways, ballroom and cocktail area were flooded.  Our sanctuary…where we feel closest to our spiritual selves…was under water as well.  Prayer books fell to the floor, the bottom step of the bimah peeling away.  However, our Torahs, our sacred Torahs were protected and continue to be protected.

It is sad.  It is devastating.  But we will prevail. We will prevail because of the love and the support of all of you.   

We don’t know what our exact next steps are going to be.  We don’t know the extent of the damage.  What we will need to fix it and how long it will take. But what we do know is that whatever steps we do take to restore our home is going to take your emotional and financial support.  "

-Andrea Comerchero, President                                                                   

To donate to help repair the building, click here and select Temple Restoration Fund from the drop-down menu.  

Mon, November 28 2022 4 Kislev 5783