The Building Committee makes recommendations to the Board of Trustees to change and improve the physical property of the Congregation and then supervises and implements such changes and improvements. The Building Committee also oversees the daily maintenance of the building. The Building Committee oversees the solicitation of bids from vendors to provide goods and services to maintain the physical property of the Congregation, hires vendors and purchases products, and monitors the delivery of such services and the use of such products. The Building Committee engages carpenters, electricians, heating/ventilation/air conditioning specialists, locksmiths, painters, plumbers, roofers, and other skilled trades persons to maintain the operation and condition of the physical plant. The Building Committee participates in addressing the security concerns of the operation of the physical plant.
The High Holiday Seating Committee is responsible for assigning seats to all Congregational Members and processing requests for additional seats for our congregants’ families. We meet for several weeks each year about four to five weeks prior to Rosh Hashanah and have evening and Sun. hours available for congregants who wish to meet with us.
Contact our committee by calling the main synagogue number at 516 374-0655 and following the prompts.
Kate Kreiss, Chairman
The primary job of the Ritual Committee is to help implement religious services and observance in our synagogue. We work closely with the Rabbi and Cantor to help facilitate the daily, Shabbat, High Holiday and Festival services. Our responsibilities include the assignment of aliyot and other honors during these services. We coordinate with families who are celebrating a bar or bat mitzvah, baby naming, aufrauf or other special occasion. Please contact us if you can help by attending daily minyan, or if you would like to read a haftorah on Shabbat or other holiday.
For further information contact: Marcel Buchsbaum, Chair.
Social Programming Committee
The new Social Programming Committee is excited to offer family programming for all ages. Our well attended and popular events have included Friday night family dinners, Trivia Night, Pickleball, Challah Baking, trips to Mets games, Square Dancing and even Jiu Jitsu classes taught by our Master Instructor, Rabbi Steven Saks. Be sure to check out our calendar and events button for upcoming programs.
For additional information, contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org