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An independent traditional egalitarian community in Northern Manhattan

As an independent congregation that has long been an anchor of the Jewish community in Washington Heights and Inwood, we have thrived by evolving with our neighborhood and our membership. Today, the congregation is a diverse mix of families and individuals from many backgrounds. Our egalitarian services and our traditional ritual — spiritual, tuneful and participatory — attract people of all levels of observance.

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green tree of sefirotTu Bishvat with FTJC 

Find the first spark of spring in the depths of winter, and celebrate the mystery and divinity of Creation. We're organizing two beautiful, rich, and musical Tu Bishvat Seders, one for children and one for adults 

letter alephNew Classes! - Jewish Learning for Adults 

Two series begin in January: "The Liturgy of Labor and Birth" and "Fifty Words: Learning Hebrew Prayer." Click or tap for details and to register, plus Author Book Talks coming up!

rimonim logo - pomegranate with seedsRimonim: A Family Learning Community at the Fort Tryon Jewish Center 

Join Us for Chanukah celebrations!

All Ages- On Sunday, December 15th from 4-6pm join us for the Rimonim Chanukah Party.

Zera'im (0-4yrs)- On Saturday, December 14th from 4-5pm, join Zerai'im for Seeds of Chanukah.

Nitzanim (PreK-2nd)- On Saturday, December 7th , join us for a Chanukah edition of Growing into Jewish Holidays from 3-4:30pm.

Shorashim (3rd-5th)- On Sunday, December 8th from 3-4:30pm, join us for a Chanukah Edition Kulanu:Jewish Cultures.

Anafim (Middle School)- On Saturday, December 14th from 7-9pm, join us as we team up with Hebrew Tabernacle for a Chanukah Havdalah Hang!

rimonim logo - pomegranate with seedsBook Talks by FTJC Authors 

We're thrilled to feature our talented FTJC members who are publishing new, relevant, and exciting books! A series of three readings over the course of this year, on topics from mysticism and science to pregnancy and health care.

Fri, January 24 2020 27 Tevet 5780