Yamim Noraim 5782
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
The month of Elul begins on August 8, 2021, meaning Rosh Hashanah is just around the corner, the first night occuring this year on Monday night of Labor Day Weekend, September 6, 2021.

The MKHC Board of Directors and the Ritual Committee are excited to share that this year for the Yamim Noraim - Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur -
Rabbi Reuven Stengel and Cantor Dr. Joshua Kaplan will be joining us at MKHC to lead our services. Rabbi Stengel and his wife, Rebbetzin Esti will also return to be with us for Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.  We look forward to welcoming them back to our community and welcoming in the holiday season together.

Member Survey Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur 5782
Last year, we safely came together as a community with in-person, socially distanced seating in a large tent at the Mount Kisco Courthouse parking lot – with special thanks to the Village of Mount Kisco and the County Police and the generosity of our community.  It was a moving and spiritually uplifting time for us to be able to be together as a community to observe in-person. 

While we are emerging from the Covid-19 emergency of last year and are now back in our own synagogue building, we remain keenly aware of the differing levels of comfort with gathering.  Members will receive a Survey later this week which we ask you to promptly complete and return by Tuesday, August 3, 2021.  The survey will help us to gauge how many members are planning to attend and for which services.  The survey will be followed by a Member Reservation Form.  We are already receiving calls at the synagogue office about tickets for the holidays from the larger community and want to be able to accommodate people who are new to our area once we have the responses from our members.

If you are from our wider community and wish to attend Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services at MKHC this year, please contact us for additional information at office@mkhc.org.

We continue to closely monitor CDC guidelines and New York State recommendations. Masks are now optional for fully vaccinated individuals inside MKHC.  Please be sensitive to those individuals who still feel vulnerable and maintain social distancing or wearing masks.  Non-vaccinated children, adolescents and adults must continue to wear a mask. Join us any Shabbat and help us to make a minyan! Contact Rabbi Dov Greer at rabbi_greer@att.net if you can join us for Saturday services.

An Evening to Celebrate Our Strength and Connection Over The Past Eighteen Months!

Thursday evening, August 5
at 7:30 pm

Desserts and Bubbly Beverages
at a private home in Mount Kisco

With deep gratitude we honor Rabbi Dov and Rebbetzin Sima Greer and their beautiful family who kept our community together through the past difficult eighteen months through their passion, dedication and caring.

And we recognize the tireless guidance of Dr. Victor Khabie for his crucial role in helping to keep us healthy and safe, despite his busy schedule, by continually providing medical interpretation for the lay leadership of MKHC as we monitored the changing Covid-19 guidelines.

Avodat HaKodesh $360
Avodat HaLev $180

Click Here to make your online sponsorship donation. Please indicate "donation" under TYPE, and in the notes box enter - Sponsorship". Sponsor names will be listed on the MKHC website.

Sponsorship funds will help to underwrite the many costs associated with the safe enjoyment of Yamim Noraim and Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah for our community.

Look for your invitation
An Evening To Celebrate Our Strength and Connection Over the Past Eighteen Months!

Thursday, August 5th at 7:30 pm

Desserts (parve)
and Bubbly Beverages

RSVPs will be required by Tuesday, August 3, 2021. Event address will be sent by email once you RSVP.

-more information to follow-

Note: Please help make a Mincha minyan at 7:30 pm at the event for Robin Tanzman who will be observing the 5th Yahrzeit of her beloved father, David Tanzman z"l.
Hope to see you soon!