Welcome to HCS Online!
We are a synagogue drawing families from all over Northern Westchester County, including Katonah, Lewisboro, Mahopac, Yorktown Heights, South Salem, North Salem and Goldens Bridge.. Our community has been coming together remotely on Zoom since the outbreak of COVID. We are now back to having in-person Shabbat services, while retaining Zoom coverage as well. We welcome you to visit and attend our religious services.
We have a number of exciting opportunities to connect coming up, listed on our calendar. Please join us!
We are a Jewish Synagogue drawing families from all over Northern Westchester County. A Reconstructionist Congregation in Somers, we function as a synagogue and meeting place for Jews of Somers and Northern Westchester, including Katonah, Lewisboro, Mahopac, Yorktown, South Salem, North Salem, Goldens Bridge
“על שלושה דברים העולם עומד: על התורה, ועל העבודה, ועל גמילות החסדים”
“The world stands on three things: on Torah, on Divine worship and on acts of loving-kindness.”
(Pirke Avot 1:2)
Connect with Judaism, community, your true self and the Divine.
Whatever your age, engage in some of our exciting learning opportunities.
About Our Congregation
We are lucky to be part of a living tradition that evolves along with our changing times. At HCS we lean Reconstructionist, and encourage living a mitzvah-centered life over a self-centered one. With a spirit of joy, music, and creativity we bring more light, more love, more healing and more justice to the world.
We celebrate diversity in our community and embrace people of all races, gender expressions and sexual identifications. All members of multi-faith families will find warmth and belonging at HCS. We welcome the wide spectrum of beliefs that exist among us, uplifting our differences along with our points of connection.
- July-August 2021 ContributionsYahrzeit and Memorial Donations Sidney and Janet Eisig Yahrzeit for Pearl Eisig Ellen Most Yahrzeit Donation General Fund Donations Jill Dayan Danielle
- Rabbi Shoshana Leis Sermon — Erev Rosh Hashanah 5782 – Stories and ShmitaIt’s been a very hard year for many of us, especially those of us who didn’t have the ability to work from
- Rabbi Shoshana Leis’ Rosh Hashanah Sermon on JoyI opened with singing “ivdu et hashem bsimcha, serve your inner spirit” (translation: Rabbi Jack Gabriel) and asked people to bring to