MHJC in the News 2017-04-02T16:04:00+00:00

MHJC in the News

Holocaust Megillah Read at MHJC on Purim

March 25, 2018|0 Comments

Samantha Hirsch, producer of public programs for the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, provided MHJC with a rare opportunity to borrow a Megillah liberated from Terzin in Czechoslovakia after

Jewish Center Installs New Rabbi

January 28, 2015|0 Comments

Plainview-Old Bethpage Herald -- Manetto Hill Jewish Center of Plainview recently celebrated a grand occasion—the installment of its new rabbi, one who hopes to usher his new congregation into a new age of hope, community

Jewish Center Ages Well

May 9, 2014|0 Comments

Plainview-Old Bethpage Herald --  For the past year, Manetto Hill Jewish Center (MHJC), a progressive Conservative synagogue in Plainview, has been celebrating its 45th birthday. And members — both long-timers and new ones — are comfortable

On Island, No More Pay-To-Pray

August 27, 2013|0 Comments

The New York Jewish Week -- Free Hebrew school. Free Junior Congregation for the High Holy Days. No building fund. Membership dues reduced to as low as $50 a year. It’s the bold new strategy the long-established

CNN, Holocaust Torah Restored to Life

July 23, 2011|0 Comments

New York Synagogue Restores Torah That Survived Confiscation by Nazis New York (CNN) - Help wanted: Someone who can sit in one place for hours on end, has the hand-eye coordination of a brain surgeon,

Manetto Hill Jewish Center Holocaust Torah Dedication

May 6, 2011|0 Comments

Plainview-Old Bethpage Herald -- A prideful group of onlookers sat on folding chairs, watching as Rabbi David Ross Senter, ranking members of the temple, and local town officials dedicated a 150-year-old Torah to be used during

Kolin’s Torah Comes Home Sunday

May 2, 2011|0 Comments

Plainview Patch --  No longer silent, the rededication of Kolin's Torah is the culmination of Manetto Hill Jewish Center's efforts to ensure the names of Kolin's dead are not forgotten. This will be their living memorial.

Out Of The Display Case, Into The Ark

April 27, 2011|0 Comments

The New York Jewish Week -- A Holocaust Torah that sat untouched for 36 years in a synagogue display case is to be rededicated Sunday, May 1 by a congregation that not only restored it