Welcome to Pleasantville Community Synagogue
Pleasantville Community Synagogue in New York's Westchester County is a welcoming Jewish community connecting people of diverse traditions and backgrounds who want to share a joyous spiritual and cultural home. Our membership includes traditional and non-traditional Jews, intermarried, LGBTQ, and multi-racial individuals and families of all ages, from throughout the county. Our members and our traditions come from Reform, Conservative, Reconstructionist, and Jewish Renewal backgrounds and more.
Please explore our website, and join us for a Shabbat service to experience our warmth, our singing, our dancing -- what we call "Joyful Judaism."
Please note: There will be no Friday night services held at PCS until August 17. Please join us for lay-led Saturday morning services at 10 am!
The PCS Weekly Bulletin,
July 12 is filled with events, information and programs.
EARLY-BIRD DISCOUNT FOR HEBREW SCHOOL REGISTRATION ENDS JULY 17!
Call the PCS office, 769-2672, or email Principal Galit Sperling, firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. Click here to go to Hebrew school page!
Singers and musicians: SHARE YOUR LOVE OF MUSIC DURING THE HIGH HOLIDAYS! Be a part of the PCS Choir and/or play an instrument. This is a fun and spiritual way to add beauty to our services and get to know fellow congregants who share a love of music. For more information, e-mail Cantor Abbe Lyons or contact Marcy Gray in the PCS office, 769-2672. First choir rehearsal is this Sunday, July 1, 6:30 pm in Pleasantville. Click here for flyer.
Rabbi Julie is away, returning to PCS on August 14. For all synagogue questions or concerns, or if you are in need of pastoral care, please call or email Marcy Gray in the PCS office, email@example.com, 769-2672.
In case of a pastoral emergency and you need to reach someone in the evenings or on the weekends, please call PCS Vice President Roberta Korus, 917-373-3662.
Pleasantville Community Synagogue's Facebook Page is on our web site, too. So much going on! "Like" our Facebook page and stay in the know.
Visit Rabbi Julie's web site, Wellsprings of Wisdom. Click here to access this amazing "virtual retreat center."