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."
The PCS Weekly Bulletin,
April 19 are filled with events, information and programs.
TOT SHABBAT, FAMILY DINNER AND 3rd-4th GRADE SHABBATON! - Friday, April 20. Tot Shabbat, 5:30 pm; dinner for all, 6 pm; family-friendly service led by our students, 6:45 pm; dessert! Click here for flyer or e-mail Marcy Gray in the PCS office or call 769-2672.
CELEBRATE ISRAEL'S INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH THE LITTLEST ONES! - Sunday morning, 9:15 am to 10:30 am, at a member family's home in Pleasantville, right around the corner from PCS! For more info or to RSVP, e-mail Marcy Gray in the PCS office or call 769-2672. All are welcome to this FREE and fun event!
BOW & ARROW MAKING FOR FAMILIES WITH YOUNG CHILDREN! Sunday, May 6, 12:30-2:30 pm. Journey back to ancient times at this Growing Jewish Naturally Lag B'Omer celebration. For more info or to RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the PCS office, 769-2672.
GALA PARTY - Saturday night, May 12 - the most fun night of the year! This year the festive fundraiser will be held at the Crabtree's Kittle House in Chappaqua! More details to follow... Click here to RSVP and for more info or feel free to contact Marcy Gray in the PCS office, email@example.com, 769-2672.
Pleasantville Community Synagogue's Facebook Page is now 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."