TEMPLE ISAIAH WELCOMES YOU
Temple Isaiah of Stony Brook is a Reform Jewish community with about 275 family and individual members. More than a congregation, for many members we are a big, extended family. We offer many fine religious, cultural, educational, and social-action programs catering to a wide variety of interests. Let us tell you a little about our special place and the special people you will meet here.
To download the virtual Prayer Book: Click Here
The Three Village Interfaith Clergy Association is delighted to be able to move our annual Community Interfaith Thanksgiving service to a Covid-safe virtual platform. The service will be about 45 minutes long with an opportunity for small breakout group conversations afterwards. Sorry, no post-service snacks this year, just new friends to make!
Please join us for a special Chanukkah Shabbat service and celebration, lead by Cantor Ellen Dreskin and joined by several congregations. This will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, December 11th, following our own 6:30 Zoom service. See the flyer and bio below. Details about the link will follow. Cantor Dreskin is a talented, inspiring musician and teacher. This will be a real treat!
Rabbi Paul Sidlofsky
Cantor Ellen Dreskin is a communal prayer leader, educator, coach, and consultant in the areas of liturgy, ritual, and contemporary, innovative communal worship and deepening prayer practice. She serves as an online Artist/Educator/Shaliach Tzibbur at congregations across the country, and is also proud to have been teaching for many years at HUC-JIR, SongLeader Boot Camp, Hava Nashira, Shabbat Shira, URJ Kutz Camp, the JCCA Sheva Center, and online for the URJ. She You can find her at www.ellendreskin.com.
Attached please find links to virtual flip book versions of our prayer books, which you are welcome to use to enhance your experience during services: