Join us for the happy holiday of Sukkos. The actual ritual of sitting in a sukkah signifies that we rejoice and trust in G-d who will provide everything we need. This special holiday tests us if we are willing to sit in the succah and be exposed to the weather conditions for the sake of amazing holiness and many lessons we learn from it.
In addition, we shake the four species of plants which represent amazing unity of the Jewish nation.
Join and discover more.
Monday, September 20, 6:30 Join us in our sukkah!
Tuesday, September 21, 10 am till night Join us in our sukkah & Special prayer on lulav & Esrog!
Wednesday, September 22, 10 am till night Join us in our sukkah & Special prayer on lulav & Esrog!
Aleph Hebrew School
New Year registration and open house Sunday, September 12 and following Sundays, 10:30 am.
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 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.
Mondays, 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
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.
Join us as we prepare ourselves for Jewish New Year. Only pre-registered and pre paid guests will be allowed. Space is limited to a first come first serve bases. Pre-register on our website: www.jewishrussiancenter.org.
We create a round Challa as a symbol of a circle of life and ask for blessings for our entire family.
Join our ladies as we sweeten the judgement of this awesome day with honey and raisins, we have wine and enjoy great company.
$20.00 per person.
JRLC invites You to Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur Services with Kantor Mendy Azoulay and Rabbi Eli Kogan
The services are beginner-friendly with commentaries and explanations. We have prayer books with English and Russian translation. A separate program for children will be provided at no extra cost. Services are free of charge. Please fill out reservation form if you would like to reserve seats.See More
Live kapores for all of you and your family members, who would like to do this ancient tradition with real life birds!!! The Kabbalah explains how important this tradition is and how it is important to do it the way it has been done for thousand of years.
Sunday, Spetember 12, 3-5pm. Each person gets his/her own bird to do the prayers.
Registration a must!!
$15 per bird.
Once again we are back with popular fun day event!! Join us on September 12 11-2 pm
Moon bounce, Face paining, Holiday Crafts, grand kahoot game with amazing prizes!!
Free water bottle for every child
Hot dogs and drinks for sale,
It is an opportune time before the high holidays ro visit the resting places or Tzadikim (righteous people)
As every year, we will be going to the Ohel of the Lubavitcher Rebbe's Ohel to pray together!!! When we go as a group, our prayers have more power!!!!
I hope you all can join us for this special trip!!!!
Join us at 44 Oswald place at 12:30pm, then we will proceed to 226-20 Francis Lewis Blvd. to the Ohel where we will go as a group. (you may go to the Ohel directly and meet us there, if you wish). We plan being at the Ohel at 2pmSee More
Jewish Russian Learning Center
invites you to join us for a Rosh Hashana festive meal.
Monday, September 6, 7:00 pm
44 Oswald Place (Prince’s Bay)
Meal will take place in spacious party tent
Traditional Rosh Hashana specialties
Delicious catered four course gourmet meal
Mystical insights into the deeper meaning of Jewish New Year
Activities for children
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
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