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."
Stay connected! Click here to read PCS' Weekly Newsletter.
PJ TOT SHABBAT! Friday night, Jan. 22, 7 pm with Rabbi Julie; Saturday morning, Jan. 23, 10:30 am: Short service followed by Torah study with Rabbi Julie. Contact Rabbi Julie for
PCS Community Hour! Something different every Wednesday night at 8 pm! All are invited, all are welcome to join old friends and meet new ones. Click here for more info or contact PCS at 769-2672, firstname.lastname@example.org.
PCS Tu B'Shevat Seder! Friday night, January 29, 7:30 pm. Click here for more info, or contact Rabbi Julie, email@example.com, 769-2672.
PCS Paint 'n Sip! Saturday night, February 6, 7 pm. Artist led, free and fun event for all. Click here for more info and to pre-register or contact PCS at 769-2672, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions about Hebrew School? E-mail Educational Director, Galit Messman or call the PCS office, 769-2672.
Any questions about becoming a member at PCS? Just ask! Family, single, single head of household, senior levels of membership are available. E-mail Marcy Gray, email@example.com or call the PCS office, 769-2672.
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."