community

North Woodmere

North Woodmere is the fastest growing orthodox Jewish community on Long Island. While it has always been an attractive alternative to the Five Towns proper, North Woodmere is rapidly becoming a prime destination for young families as well as those already established but looking for a change of pace. While North Woodmere is close enough to enjoy all the benefits of Five Towns shopping and amenities, it is still remarkably a world unto itself (and that’s the way we like it). The description often attributed to our neighborhood – and one that we wear as a badge of honor – is that North Woodmere has an “out of town” feel. Whether it is our proximity to North Woodmere Park, our quiet, isolated location just off the water, or the refreshing perspective of its inhabitants – North Woodmere is the ideal place for those looking for a Jewish community that defies the New York stereotype.  A neighborhood where it doesn’t matter what kind of head covering you wear or don’t wear.  Where hashkafot are put aside and neighbors come together for programs and activities that benefit the Jewish community at large. If you are seeking Judaism that is spiritual and meaningful but free of pretension – North Woodmere is worth a look.

Shabbat Hospitality

For Shabbat home hospitality within walking distance of the Shul, please contact us via the "Contact Us"  link above.

Kosher Restaurants & Groceries

North Woodmere is conveniently located near many kosher restaurants and groceries.  Our community has many Dairy and Meat establishment that are under the supervision of the Vaad Harabanim of the Five Towns and Far Rockaway or the Vaad HaRabonim of Queens.

Click here for a listing of some of the many kosher restaurants and grocery stores that are only minutes from North Woodmere.

Eruv

North Woodmere is located within the Five Towns Eruv. 
Click here for a map and additional information regarding the eruv.

Mikvah

The Mikvah of the South Shore 
1156 Peninsula Blvd, Between Franklin & Mill Road in Hewlett, NY
Website: https://www.mikvah.org/

Phone: (516) 569-5514
Contact:  Kayla Jacobs
Supervison:  Rabbi Bick and Rabbi David Schreiber

Fri, June 23 2017 29 Sivan 5777