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! Saturday night's benefit concert at PCS is cancelled due to the weather forecast. Stay tuned for when it is rescheduled!
To find out what's going on, click here for the Weekly Newsletter.
Please join us Friday, Jan. 18 at 7:30 pm for a wonderful and joyful celebration of Shabbat Shirah with music and a delicious dessert oneg.
Click here for Rabbi Julie's blog and read about her recent visit to Israel.
Coming up at PCS:
Friday, Jan. 25, 7 pm - Tu Bishvat seder and Potluck Shabbat. For all ages. PCS teens will help to lead the celebration. For more information (and to find out what you can bring!) click here for flyer, or contact the PCS office.
Sunday, Jan. 27, 11:30 am - For ages 0-8 (but older siblings are also welcome!) there will be a pizza lunch followed by an awesome animal show with renowned animal educator and entertainer, Ari Safari! This is a Growing Jewish Naturally program made possible with a grant from UJA Federation.
Saturday night, Feb. 2, 6:15 pm - PCS' Annual Progressive Dinner! For more info or to RSVP, e-mail Marlo, call the PCS office at 769-2672 or click here.
Sunday, Feb. 10, 4 pm -
Open forum at PCS: "Living a Life of Connection and Purpose in an Age of Anxiety." To be moderated and facilitated by Rabbi Julie and Ellen Weisberg of WJCS/Partners in Caring.
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."