Today is December 22, 2014 -
A South Shore Jewish Community
2860 Brower Avenue
Oceanside, NY 11572
Phone: (516) 536-6112
Fax: (516) 536-0347
Welcome to Oceanside Jewish Center
Beth Shalom/Oceanside Jewish Center is a hub of Jewish activity in Oceanside (Nassau County), New York. Our members come to worship, to sing, to learn, and to celebrate, all in a warm, caring environment with a family touch.
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Lifelong Jewish Learning- December Schedule
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There are no fees to attend any sessions. We invite you to become an LJL Sponsor for $54 per person and have your name included on our LJL Scroll for 5775.
Havruta: OJC AND HERJC
Exploring the Big Ideas in Judaism-What They Mean for our Lives, our Community and our World
Havruta is learning together with a partner. In the tradition of Hillel and Shammai, Rabbis Mark Greenspan & Andrew Warmflash invite members of our communities to explore the big ideas that have shaped our faith and world view.
Thursday Evenings, 8-9:30 PM – December 4 at OJC
Sh’ma Kolaynu: Why Pray? Does Prayer make a Difference?
Future joint class sessions of OJC/HERJC Havruta will be held on
January 15 – February 5 – March 12 – May 7
The Tribes of Israel: A Shared Homeland for a Divided People
iEngage Israel Project By understanding the diversity of Judaism in Israel and in North America, we may create a new framework and new possibilities for mutual understanding.
Wednesday Evenings, December 10, 17 8:15-9:30 PM in the MPR
Bible Class and Book Discussion
Join us for an hour-long Bible class with Rabbi Mark Greenspan. This year we will continue to study the Book of Job – no previous knowledge required.
Thursday Mornings, December 4, 18 11 AM-12 Noon in the MPR
Monthly Book Discussion
Thursday Morning, December 11 11 AM-12 Noon in the MPR
The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult With the Holocaust a s a lens the author gracefully explores the lengths to which we will go in order to keep the past from dictating the future.
Movies at OJC
Enjoy an evening at the movies with free popcorn and coffee.
Wednesday Evening, December 3 8 PM in the MPR
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (2008) 94 minutes
Story seen through the innocent eyes of the eight-year old son of the commandant at a concentration camp whose forbidden friendship with a Jewish boy on the other side of the camp fence has startling and unexpected consequences.
Tuesday Morning, December 16 11 AM in the MPR Join us for a late morning movie followed by a discussion. Please bring a dairy lunch.
39 Pounds of Love (2005) 70 minutes
True story of Ami, a man who while unable to move any part of his body, still manages to move each and every one of us, as he teaches us a part of life’s intimate dance.
Conversational Hebrew for Beginners
Join Marilyn Greenspan as she makes conversational Hebrew fun.
Required: The ability to read Hebrew.
Monday Evenings, December 1, 8, 15, 22 7-8 PM in the Beit Midrash
Rosh Hodesh Group – For Women and Girls Only!
Cantor Sarah Myerson will continue the tradition of celebrating Rosh Hodesh at OJC. This year’s sessions will focus on Jewish Arts: Yiddish Dance and the Midrash in the Fine Arts.
Dates to be announced.
For further information please contact Jeff Resnick at 678-0345 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Kadima and USY Events
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We are justifiably proud of all that OJC offers in a formal sense, we know that no level of programming or religious services can ever beat that intangible sense of “connection” that all of OJC’s long-time members feel for each other and for the place many of us call our “second home.” It is our hope that you will come to know OJC for what it really is – not a place where you and your children have to go, but a place where you want to be. Experience our past events.
Beth Shalom/Oceanside Jewish Center affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, is an egalitarian congregation and a nurturing community which provides opportunities for Jews of all ages and backgrounds to live in the presence of G-d through religious observance, Jewish learning (read about our new Beit Midrash) and acts of social responsibility.
Learn about getting involved in our community and clubs (including PTA, Sisterhood, Youth Group (JOY), and Mens Club) about our Religious School, our calendar of events, our Beit Midrash, and our opportunities for Aliyahs or honors.