Selichot Service-Hebrew Congregation of Somers

Rabbi Shoshana Leis and Cantor Rush Oshher will lead a Selichot service. 

Seats are now available free of charge for the High Holidays. Reservations are required: 914-248-9532, info@hebrewcongregationofsomers.org.

Hebrew Congregation of Somers is a small, informal and friendly synagogue affiliated with the Reconstructionist movement. First-year membership is free and includes High Holiday tickets. 

Contact Information
  1. 914-248-9532
  2. info@hebrewcongregationofsomers.org
Sat, September 21
6:30 pm — 8:30 pm
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Rabbi Shoshana Leis and Cantor Rush Oshher will lead a Selichot service.

Seats are now available free of charge for the High Holidays. Reservations are required: 914-248-9532, info@hebrewcongregationofsomers.org.

Hebrew Congregation of Somers is a small, informal and friendly synagogue affiliated with the Reconstructionist movement. First-year membership is free and includes High Holiday ...

Cypress Lane & Mervin Drive Somers, NY 10587

Hebrew Congregation of Somers

Cypress Lane & Mervin Drive
Somers, NY 10587

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