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Yom Rishon, 1 Tammuz 5777

Membership: Who Are We?

The Reform Temple of Rockland is a warm and friendly Reform Jewish congregation 25 minutes north of Manhattan in Upper Nyack, NY. Our community is inclusive to Jewish families, Interfaith families, without bias based on traditional family stereotypes. Our members are from diverse religious, cultural, and geographic backgrounds. Our congregants make deep and long-lasting friendships, celebrating joyous occasions together, and supporting each other in times of need. Our clergy is accessible to all members as sources of inspiration, teachers of Torah, and providers of comfort.

The Reform Temple of Rockland invites you to learn more about becoming a member. No one is ever denied membership because of inability to pay.

The Reform Temple of Rockland's programs and activities are designed to fulfill congregants' interests, strengthen the community, and promote social justice.

We are seeking people in search of a Jewish community, people who want a place to grow with the congregation, people who need a place to pray, participate, enjoy.

We are looking for people who want an inclusive Jewish atmosphere, that is welcome and open to all types of families.

What Do We Ask of Our Members?

We ask our members to participate in our synagogue and community life as they are moved and as they are able. There are many opportunities to get involved, whether in prayer, as a volunteer, or through many of our committees that run different programs for our community.

If you are considering moving to the Rockland/Bergen/Westchester area, feel free to call the Temple office at 845-358-2248. If you are looking for a home in the area we would gladly put you in contact with an experienced, local real estate broker who can help you settle into our community.

The Reform Temple of Rockland is excited to be participating in this year's Rockland Jewish Initiative New Member Grants program. Qualifying new members can receive up to a $500 grant towards synagogue membership or religious school tuition. This is for families with no synagogue affiliation in Rockland County within the past 3 years.