• On Friday evening, December 14th, North Shore Synagogue will be hosting a special evening honoring our new families who recently joined our congregation. This is a perfect opportunity for our new families to meet each other and make new friends.

    The evening starts with dinner at 6:00pm followed by a musical Shabbat Service at 7:30pm. Our new families will receive a special blessing and will be presented with a gift from the congregation. Following services, we will enjoy a festive Oneg. We hope that our congregational community will join us for this joyous Shabbat service to make new friends and welcome everyone into our North Shore Synagogue Family.

  • B’yachad Together – An Inclusive Shabbat Experience

    Join us Friday, November 30 at 5:30 PM with other families to celebrate Shabbat in an accessible environment designed to embrace a range of sensory, language, and learning differences. Child-friendly dinner with healthy options will be served.

    RSVP to byachad@northshoresynagogue.org. Upon RSVP we will send you a social story. Questions? Contact the synagogue office at 516.921.2282. This event is open and free to the entire community – all ages welcome.

  • Join us Sunday, November 18 at 11:30am as we prepare and deliver Thanksgiving meals to the homebound and less fortunate. Volunteers are needed for cooking and preparing as well as delivering.

    Do a mitzvah! Shop for others when you shop for yourself. Want to help others enjoy the upcoming holiday season and provide Thanksgiving meals? Please consider donating Thanksgiving items to help in our Cook-a-Thon. Pick up items needed for holiday meal preparation and drop off at the synagogue. Bins are set up in the Religious School Hallway.

    Don’t have time to volunteer or shop? We are also asking for monetary donations to help offset our shopping costs. Checks made payable to North Shore Synagogue, earmarked “Thanksgiving Cook-a-Thon” can be mailed to or dropped off in the synagogue office.

    Follow this link >> to register to help, let us know about food donations or make a monetary donation – or call the synagogue office at 921.2282 x100.

  • Tzedakah of the Month – The December Tzedakah of the Month is Island Harvest, the largest hunger relief organization on Long Island. Their mission is to end hunger and reduce food waste. They rely on volunteers and donations of good surplus food which otherwise might go to waste. They deliver to a network of 570 Long Island based food pantries and soup kitchens that offer feeding services for those in need.

    Please give generously! Tzedakah Boxes are located in the Synagogue Lobby and outside the Youth Lounge.

    Ongoing Mitzvahs

    Food Collection – Help fight hunger and poverty locally by dropping off your boxed or canned good donations with a current “best by” date to the bin in the Religious School Hallway.

    Clothing Donations
     – Goodwill box located outside in rear of parking lot (receipts can be obtained in the office for donations).

    Get Well Mugs –  Make someone smile…“Get Well Mugs” filled with a coupon for “Jewish Penicillin” (chicken soup) from Ben’s Deli. Just call the office to have one shipped to a friend or family member who is under the weather. ($12)

    Volunteers needed to deliver Shiva Baskets to those sitting shiva

    Volunteers needed to lead Shiva Minyans

    Please call the main office at 516-921-2282 to sign up to volunteer.

  • We add photos throughout the year!  Follow this link to see the galleries>>

Upcoming Events

  1. Wed 12

    Safe Spaces with Rabbi Shalhevet

    Do you want a safe space
    Dec 12 @ 11:00am - 12:00pm
  2. Wed 12

    Adult B’nei Mitzvah

    Contact the office for more information.
    Dec 12 @ 7:30pm - 9:00pm
  3. Fri 14

    New Member Musical Shabbat

    Dec 14 @ 7:30pm - 8:30pm
  4. Sat 15

    Torah Study

    Come nosh a bagel at 8:45
    Dec 15 @ 8:45am - 10:00am
  5. Sat 15

    Torah Study

    Come nosh a bagel at 8:45
    Dec 15 @ 9:00am - 10:00am
  6. Sat 15

    Service in the Round

    A wonderful way to learn more
    Dec 15 @ 10:30am - 11:30am

Recent Posts

  • The Miracles of Every Day
    Judaism stresses the importance of giving. We are taught to tithe, to give a percentage of our earnings whether monetary or material, to those less fortunate than ourselves. We are taught to give ofNovember 22, 2018
  • Tragedy in Pittsburgh
    Dear North Shore Synagogue Family, Hamakom yenakhem etekhem betokh shaar avelay tziyon v’Yirushalayim. May God comfort you among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. This traditional line weOctober 30, 2018
  • Being Alone With God (Rabbi Maimin)
    This month, we find ourselves once again at the beginning of the Torah, our sacred story. Again, this year, we re-encounter our origin stories: Creation, Adam and Eve, the Great Flood, the Tower ofOctober 5, 2018

North Shore Synagogue Welcomes You

North Shore Synagogue is a vibrant Reform congregation of nearly 700 families offering a diversity of spiritual, educational, family, mitzvah and social opportunities for its members and the community.

The mission of North Shore Synagogue is to join with our members in building a community where the practice of Reform Judaism enriches and uplifts our lives with understanding, warmth, friendship and meaning.  Read our complete Mission and Vision Statement here.

Though our members are drawn to our Synagogue for various reasons – spiritual, social, educational and charitable – we seek to forge a common bond of commitment to Jewish heritage, tradition and people even as we affirm the freedom to express these shared values in creative and individualistic ways.

Our hope is that you and your family will find a Jewish home at North Shore, where you can develop the tools of Jewish living, the comfort of a community and a sense of connection that will last a lifetime and for generations to come. We feel strongly that membership in a synagogue, whether North Shore or another synagogue, creates a bond that you’ll only find in a congregational community.

We serve communities across Nassau and Suffolk County, including Syosset, Woodbury, Old Bethpage, Plainview, Jericho, Oyster Bay, Muttontown, Brookville, East Norwich, Hicksville, Farmingdale, Melville, Glen Head, Cold Spring Harbor, Laurel Hollow and many others on Long Island.