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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 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.

 

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Highlights from the High Holidays

 

 

Kol Han'shama -

          The Temple Tikvah Choir sings this setting of Psalm 150 based on a musical                    round by Praetorius.

Shalom Rav -

          Cantor Contzius and the Choir give voice to this prayer for peace composed by                  noted Jewish composer Ben Steinberg.

Kaddish Shalem -

          The "Full Kaddish" marks the end of a large section of prayers. This setting,                        attributed to the noted cantor Yossele Rosenblatt, is arranged and played by the                Afro-Semitic Experience and sung by Cantor Contzius.

Yom Kippur Morning Sermon - Rabbi Randy Sheinberg

Yom Kippur Yizkor Service - Rabbi Randy Sheinberg & Cantor Erik Contzius

Kol Nidre Appeal - Andrea Comerchero, President

          Please consider participating in tzedukah by donating to Temple Tikvah

Book of Remembrance

          In memory of all those in our community who have passed.

Simkhat Torah Hakafah 

          A "hakafah" is a circuit of dancing when the Torah is carried around the                               congregation. Since Covid, we might not be able to dance with the Torah in                         person, but we were able to send in videos of us dancing in celebration of Simkhat            Torah.

 

L'Shana Tova - Wishing everyone a sweet New Year!

Mon, November 30 2020 14 Kislev 5781