Boys and Girls,
Formal & Fun
Account for our
If you would like to
have your Mazal Tov information
to our weekly Young Israelight
Please send in your
Mazal Tov information
in no later
than 1:00 pm
Please go to your
app store on your
phone and download our free YI Scarsdale
app to be up to date
at all times to
speak by phone
and email with
women and answer questions regarding Mikveh, Taharat Hamishpacha,
and Other Intimacy
As Jews, we very
with food and
If you have an
event, think about
sponsoring a Kiddush!
Seudah Shlishit Sponsorship
If you are planning
to sponsor a
for a yahrzeit or to
mark some other
Mishebeirach and Tehillim for Cholim
There is a weekly gathering of women in our community who recite
Tehillim in the merit of people who are in various challenging circumstances. If there is someone that you know that is in need of a
refuah, please email the shul office,
with the name of the person and we will ensure that
Tehillim will be recited
on their behalf.
A Dedication is a meaningful way
to share a simcha,
loved one or connect
with a fellow
while supporting our Kehillah.
Mazal Tov Card
Leaf on the
Tree of Life $360
Yahrzeit Plaque $750
Tree of Life Stone $5,000
A memorial plaque
8 to 10 weeks to
come back from
To place an order
for a plaque
Update Yahrzeit Information in Shul Cloud
If you have endured
the loss of a family member and wish to
be notified of the Yahrzeit please
log into ShulCloud
with your username
and password. Once
are in your account
click on the Yahrzeit
Tab, 3rd tab
from the left on the
top. Click Add Yahrzeit.
This will take you to Create New Yahrzeit.
For accuracy of the notification, it is important to know
if the loved one
passed away before
or after sundown.
You will then receive
a ShulCloud generated
notice by email or hard copy if no email address is on file from the Synagogue prior to the date that the Yahrzeit
will be observed.
If you are unable to
log in or need help to input the information into the system please contact Marsha Lustig who will be happy to help you.
to Homebound Older Adults
The YIS Sisterhood
is looking for
volunteers to deliver
kosher meals to homebound older
Meal Pick-Up and
at Sinai Free Synagogue.
Deliveries will be
made in Southern Westchester.
Caron Gelles for
more information: 668-
links to daf yomi
Daf Yomi Page,
daf yomi shiur given
by Aryeh Leiboiwtz
and links to daf yomi shiurim given by
Daf Yomi Shiur,
an in-depth look
at the daf
Safety Reflector Vests
Sandra and Ira Greenstein have generously donated Safety Reflector
Vests and will
eplenish as needed. Please
stop by the office to
pick yours up.
If you would like to order a belt from the
Alan WIldes and Elon Zapinsky
Young Israel of Scarsdale
Friday Morning Shiur Sponsors
Aria and Philip Fried on the occasion of the yahrzeit of
Philip's mother, Bayla Fried, Bayla bat Rav Yaakov Hakohen
Seudat Shlishit Sponsors
Dana and Maurice Bonime on the occasion of the 6th yahrzeit
of Maurice's mother Clementine Bonime, Kayla Bat Yehuda
Diane and Sam Katz in honor of their children,
Orly, Andy, Gabriella & Reuvy
|2nd Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat
Latest Kriat Shema 9:35am
Rabbi Jonathan Morgenstern on the passing of his grandmother, Fran Laufer.
Jacobo and Josephia Futran on the engagement of their son,
Chaim to Ayelet Deutsch, daughter of
Daniel and Shelly Deutsch of West Hempstead, NY.
Jennifer Meller Rubin and Moshe Rubin on the birth of
their grandson and to the parents,
Jennifer and Dr. Mordechai Raskas.
Irene and Hirsh Cogan on the birth of their granddaughter,
Chana Esther Ellie Ruby, and to the parents,
Brittany and Jonathan Cogan.
Toby and Henry Weber on the birth of their granddaughter,
Mirit Ruth, Ruby Miriam and to the parents, Mia and Sam Weiss.
|High Holiday Ticket Request 5780/2019
Dear Fellow Congregants,
In less than eight weeks, we will once again be ushering in the New Year. The Young Israel of Scarsdale will be offering High Holiday Services in the Main Shul, Social Hall, Sephardic Minyan, and at the JCC, as well as the Untraditional Service in the Greene Gallery.
The High Holiday Committee is, once again, offering the congregation the ability to register online for High Holiday seats via the Young Israel of Scarsdale website. As a reminder, everyone attending High Holiday services will be required to show their tickets.
High Holiday tickets for immediate family members are included in your dues. Guest seats will be available for purchase with the following options:
- only Rosh Hashanah ($150)
- only Yom Kippur ($100)
- both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur ($225).
We remind you that students and children ages 23 and older, whether living at home or not, are considered "guests" and must have seats purchased for them. Also, children who have not entered into their Bar or Bat Mitzvah year are not eligible for their own reserved seats in the JCC.
Our Youth Directors, in coordination with our Youth Committee, are planning fun and substantive programming for the large number of children in our community only at the Young Israel of Scarsdale main building. The JCC will only offer basic babysitting for nursery-aged children and there will be no other supervised programming or available space for children at the JCC. Please take that into consideration before registering for your tickets.
Please note that there are two separate online forms - one for JCC only and one for all services in the Young Israel of Scarsdale's main building (the Main Shul, Social Hall, Sephardic Minyan and the Untraditional Service). In the case of the JCC, where seats are reserved, seats will generally be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis. Please be certain to fill out the proper form for the venue that you prefer. Members must be "in good standing" to receive their tickets.
Please click on one of the links below to register online:
We hope you will once again find
this online system easy to use. Should you choose, instead, to register using a paper form, please
print out the SHUL paper form to
to print out the JCC paper form and return it to the shul office.
register online and by paper -
please choose one or the other.
All High Holiday Ticket Request forms must be received by September 9, 2019 There will be a $25 processing fee for all tickets requested on or after September 10, 2019.
Elisha Blechner and Ari Raskas
|YIS Sisterhood Rosh Hashanah Greeting Card 5780/2019
ROSH HASHANAH GREETING CARD
The Sisterhood of the Young Israel of Scarsdale
invites you to be a part of our annual tradition of sending out Rosh Hashanah greetings to our community.
This has been a beautiful tradition for our Shul and we encourage all members to participate. Proceeds help support our Sisterhood in its various functions and to provide charitable giving to those that need throughout the year.
We look forward for all our Shul families' participation in sending good wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year - Shanah Tovah U'Metukah.
DEADLINE TO SIGN UP: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2019
- We strongly recommend that you go online:
Click this link:
from the drop down menu scroll to item Sisterhood Rosh Hashanah Card,
add your information (children's names are not included in the listing)
payable to YIS Sisterhood and mail it to:
Aria Fried, YIS Sisterhood
11 Shepherds Drive, Scarsdale, NY 10583
With best wishes,
Ariella Kleinhaus and Marie Miller, Sisterhood co-presidents
Aria Fried and Susan Galla, Rosh Hashanah Card coordinators
We encourage participants to sign up online,
however, if you prefer to pay by check including listing in memo.
NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, SEPEMBER 3, 2019,
By regular mail to:
Aria Fried, 11 Shepherds Drive, Scarsdale, NY 10583
YIS Rosh Hashanah Greeting Card Listing
| 6th Annual YIS Softball Tournament
YIS Book Club will meet on
Tuesday, August 27,
at 8:00pm in The Greene Gallery.
The book for the evening's
discussion will be
"A Tale of Love and Darkness"
by Amos Oz.
Come join u
To stay up to date with any changes to
Davening times and locations please join
YIS Daily Minyan
CSS is a strong team, but our Young Israel security team needs to grow to sustain our team strength. With each new team member, we reduce the number of shifts each volunteer must do during the year. We are talking about giving your community about 2 ½ hours of your time every 6- 8 weeks to help keep us all safe. For those looking to volunteer, CSS will be conducting a training course for new team members in the coming weeks. You are required to attend both Part A and Part B of the training. We are offering two class options for each level (you don't need to attend the classes at the same location). Please see details below on locations, days & times.
Level I Part A:
Tuesday night, September 3rd 7:00 PM-10:00 PM at YIS
Wednesday night September 4th 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM - The Young Israel of Stamford
69 Oaklawn Ave.
Level I - Part B:
Tuesday night, September 10th 7:00 PM-10:00 PM at YIS
Wednesday night September 11th 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM - The Young Israel of Stamford
69 Oaklawn Ave.
Th 6:35am, 8:00 am
F 6:45am, 8:00 am
Misheberach for our Chayalim
Our community is
honored to have the following young men and women affiliated with YIS families serving as IDF Soldiers. Please keep them in your prayers always.
7:30 am with
Rabbi Jared Rosenfeld
Mondays, 9:30 am
at the home of
Mondays, 8:00 pm
Mishnah in the
Living By The Code
Of Jewish Law
"This Week's Parsha"
with the Rabbi
w/bagels, lox &
Shabbat following the
Dr. Steven Keller
Shabbat following the
Shabbat 40 minutes
Do you have guests
for Shabbat or
who can't walk to
on their own?
Is someone in your
offers to lend the following items to YIS families:
Sabbath-compliant electric scooter, wheelchairs, transporter chairs, commodes, walkers, canes,
and a Hoyer Lift.
Please contact the
shul office to borrow
any item or contact
(bryksh at aol.com)
if you have
questions or would
like to donate
YIS Assists established
by Chanie and Howie Bryks
in memory of
Yitzchak Tzvi Hacohen
Sharon & Harold Aspis
in memory of
Yisroel Meir ben Mordechai.
DOROT is looking for
volunteers of all ages
to visit socially isolated
seniors in Westchester.
Volunteers are matched
with seniors based on
common interests and
availability. If interested,
at 914-450-2165 or
If you would like to get rid of:
* All clothing
Get rid of the mess
and get a mitzvah!
In addition to a
you will receive a
tax deduction as well!
We are collecting these items for :
KUPATH EZRAH OF
All items should be
and in good shape,
clothing should be
Remember: you are
giving these things to
a 'close relative,' and it
costs the organization
money to sort
and dispose of poor
Please contact Scott if you are able to help:
Please drop off at the home of Scott Greenbaum.
May your efforts
be a z'chus
Refua Shelaimah of
Aharon ben Henya Hadassah
UJA-Federation of New York in partnership with Westchester Reform Temple and The Jewish Week Media Group present
Shtisel: Behind the Scenes of the Unorthodox Orthodox Drama
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 ● Doors open 5:30 pm; Program begins 7:00 pm ● Location: Westchester Reform Temple
Join cast members and the co-creator of Shtisel for an extraordinary inside look at the Israeli international sensation. Click