Kosher mini chef kids cooking series is back again!! Roll up your sleeves and let's have fun with fruit. Kids create exquisite fruit flower arrangements to take home. Guided instruction with our chef Tsvik, fun exciting program will bring our creativity in your little artists. Delicious beautiful bouquets of fresh fruit to take home!!
BONUS: Learn about connection between fruits, Tu B'Shevat and Israel!!! Special presentation geared for kids.
Registration required, COVID safe distancing and masks.
$15 per child.
Let's explore the Primary Source of everything. To better understand our world. Our life. Our-self. New series of lectures by Rabbi Eli KoganSee More
Aleph Hebrew School
New Year registration and open house Sunday, September 13 and following Sundays, 10:30 am. COVID 19 precautions & extra measures in place!!
Give your child a year of fun upbeat learning, where your child will beg you to take him/her to school!!
Aleph Hebrew school gives your child a sense of pride of being Jewish, Hebrew reading skills and vocabulary, Jewish heroes, Jewish History, modern day Judaism, overall familiarity with different Jewish concepts and general knowledge as well as Holiday, Israel and much more.
Free try outs! See if your child likes us!
For More information call, text, whats app, pm 646-702-3952
Got Bar Mitzvah? Join the Club!!!
Help you child to prepare for this important moment in his life in a fun interactive way that he will always remember.
Its not too late to join!!
Sessions run weekly. Individual lesson with Rabbi Eli Kogan are also available upon request.
Got Bat Mitzvah? Join the Club! Amazing fun and upbeat way to prepare for the very important life milestone and to properly understand why Bat Mitzvah is important, what you should do to prepare and how to celebrate with the purpose.
Thursdays, 7:00 pm
Call 718-569-5593 for more info and how to register.
Individual lessons by Mrs. Kogan also available including planning your program and making this day extra special for your daughter and you!See More
Warm feeling of family, this would be the description!! our amazing community and friends are invited to gather together to celebrate Melave Malka in honor of Alter Rebbe's Yohrtzeit. Sponsored in honor of Oleg Ben Lazers Yahrtzeit. Delicious food, inspiring video montage presentation about the Alter Rebbe, niggunim with Rabbi Kogan on guitar and more.See More
Turn your little chefs into real bakers making their own doughnuts from scratch. We will coach them step by step. No previous baking experience necessary!
Space is limited: Registration required $12.00 per child.
Our very popular challa bake with a holiday twist! Make your own fresh delicious Menorah Challa to put on your holiday table!! Join us as we celebrate Chanukah with gifts, drink Champaign and create our delicious masterpiece !! Lots of magic Chanukah surprises along the way!!
Registration required. $20.00See More
A quest for an ancient legend! A modern day heroes (our children) are searching for an ancient message. Given a quest to complete they travel through Chanukah carnival booths and enjoy Chanukah activities - make their own menorah, edible dreidels, decorate doughnuts and much more, while searching for clues to decipher an ancient message from the famed Maccabees. The heroes who complete their quest, receive a prize. Outdoor program and masks are required.
Registration required. $10.00 per child, adults free. Space is limited due to COVID.See More
Ladies night out - amazing time spent together with friends!! To top it all, create your own beautiful flower arrangement to grace your Thanksgiving table.
Pick from freshly cut beautiful flowers and use your imagination for a one of a kind bouquet.
Registration required: $45.00
Due to COVID 19, space is very limited on a first come first serve basis. Please register at www.jewishrussiancenter.org/thanksgiving-flower-arrangements.See More
Everything you ever wanted to know about Judaism but were afraid to ask. Or just didn't have chance to.
Come to the comfortable environment of the Home of Tsitsuashvilli Family, and ask Rabbi Eli Kogan any question you wan
Stump the Rabbi is hosted by local families. Inquire regarding address of the event.See More
To promote and strengthen Jewish awareness, pride and identity by providing educational, cultural and social activities and services to all Jewish individuals and families regardless of affiliation or background with special emphasis on the programs that target Russian-speaking Jews. Treasuring the infinite value of every individual, JRLC is committed to enriching the lives of every single Jew in Staten Island and Tri-State Area through its multiple programs and educational, social and religious services and media projects.Our Mission