Due to COVID in person prayer schedule has been changed. Please reach out to Michael Hoffner if you have any questions about faith programs on campus.
About Jewish Life at Adelphi
Adelphi’s Jewish Chaplain serves as the spiritual adviser to the Jewish community at Adelphi.
The rabbi is available to provide individual and group counseling and assists with the development of Jewish life on campus. The rabbi can also provide introductions to local synagogues representing all branches of Judaism.
Wednesdays from 12:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.
Special appointments are available upon request.
High Holy Days
The Interfaith Center announces High Holy Day Services for Adelphi students at area synagogues. For those Jewish students who would like to attend Rosh Hashanah and/or Yom Kippur services, please see the below information. To reserve a seat, please call or contact the synagogue to make arrangements.
High Holy Days are as follows:
First Night – Friday, September 18, 2020
First Day – Saturday, September 19, 2020
Second Day – Sunday, September 20, 2020
Kol Nidre eve – Sunday, September 27, 2020
Day – Monday, September 28, 2020
To a Sweet New Year!
Garden City Jewish Center
Adelphi’s Alan Shoenfeld, PhD, is on the board and personally invites you. Closest synagogue to campus. All information is on the Garden City Jewish Center website.
Temple Judea of Manhasset
Temple Judea has invited students for years to come and worship on the holidays. Call the Temple office at 516-621-8049 and ask for tickets to be picked up at the door.
Central Synagogue of Rockville Centre
Rabbis Gruber and Skiddell both invite you to join them in this architectural gem. Call the administrator, Sheila Rosenberg at 516.766.4300. Visit the Central Synagogue site for more information.
Temple Avodah of Oceanside
Call the office directly at 516.766.6809 to arrange tickets.
Chabad Jewish Student Group
Our philosophy states that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to experience and enjoy the Jewish heritage. All programs and events of Chabad at Adelphi shall be within the framework of Halachah, Jewish law. These goals shall be achieved through weekly Torah (Bible) classes, monthly women’s programs, lectures on various Jewish issues, and guest speakers for religious and cultural events. We will also provide Shabbat and holiday services, Glatt (the highest of Kosher standards) Kosher dinners, holiday programs, and Shabbatons (unique weekends). For information about the Chabad club, email firstname.lastname@example.org.