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Welcome to the Glen Rock Jewish Center

Erev Shabbat services
Friday, October 29
8:00 pm
Shabbat Morning services
Saturday, October 30
9:00 am
Check your email for Zoom links and passwords to these services.  If you do not receive our announcements and would like to attend, please contact  To learn how you can set up your computer in a way that is Shabbat-friendly, please refer to this video.
For Zoom directions, click HERE.


Click HERE for a flyer of all currently scheduled events for 2021-'22 
Sisterhood Book Group - Modern Girls by Jennifer Brown
Tuesday, October 26
This will be held over Zoom.
Critics call it “a dazzling debut novel set in New York City’s Jewish Immigrant community in 1935…” and “a mother-daughter tale unlike any other."  "As mother and daughter wrestle with unthinkable choices, they are forced to confront their beliefs, the changing world, and the fact that their lives will never again be the same… ” This is a compelling read, addressing the many issues women face as traditional gender roles and personal choices shift and change in a modern world.  RSVP to
Tot Shabbat
Saturday, November 6
Held monthly on Saturdays for children newborn to age 5. Join Rabbi Schlosberg and friends for this interactive gathering. RSVP is encouraged but not required:
Upcoming dates: 1/22/22, 2/26, 3/26, 4/23 and 5/28
Teen ROCK event
Sunday, November 7
Teen ROCKers will bake cookies to go in the GRJC Chesed Shabbat packages.  RSVP to
The Nazi Spy from Bergen County (Virtual)
Tuesday, November 9
Join us for this Kristallnacht Commemoration with speaker James Calaski.   While researching his masters thesis topic, the German American Bund, Calaski came across documents regarding a resident of Glen Rock named Carl Schiphirst.  Schiphorst resided in Glen Rock during the 1940s and was a leader of the Bergen County Unit of the Bund, as well as the target of a 145-page FBI investigation suspecting Schiphorst of being a Nazi agent.  For more than five years, D/Sgt. Calaski has been researching Schiphorst, his investigation, internment and ultimate repatriation to Germany, a story which illustrates the plight of thousands of German families during WWII.  Contact for Zoom link.
Family Shabbat
Friday, November 12
Held monthly on Friday evenings for children ages 0-8. We begin with two family-friendly children’s services for children of different ages at 5:30pm, followed by dinner and a kid-friendly craft.  Family Shabbat programming is currently being held outdoors.  Registration upcoming.
Upcoming Family Shabbat dates: 12/17, 1/14/22, 2/11, 3/4, 4/8 and 5/20
Torah on Tap
Monday, November 15
Please join GRJC’s Rabbinic Intern Stefanie Gedan, along with other community members,  for Torah study in a relaxed atmosphere.  This month's topic: To Host a Guest: A How To Guide by Abraham and Sarah.  We will be meeting outdoors at the GRJC  under the tent.
Upcoming dates: 12/13
GRJC Blood Drive - in conjunction with the American Red Cross
Sunday, November 21
Click HERE to register for a time slot.
A Conversation about Ethical Wills
Thursday, December 9
Join us for a virtual conversation with Rabbi Schlosberg.   Details to follow.
You may join our Men's Club or Sisterhood at any time.
Welcoming the Stranger: GRJC's Efforts to Support Refugees
The GRJC is proud to be a Welcome Campaign Congregation through HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society). As part of this partnership, we seek to find ways of fulfilling the mitzvah of "welcoming the stranger" by supporting refugees and asylum seekers in pursuit of a dream for a better life. Please take part in one or more of the following efforts.
Sign GRJC's Refugee Support Letter
Please click HERE to sign a letter asking our members of Congress to uphold the rights and safety of refugees and asylum seekers. (Select GRJC from the dropdown menu.)  Once all signatures are collected, our congregation will deliver the letter and request a meeting to discuss the importance of welcoming refugees to our community.


Resources from The Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey
Check out this resource guide for Bergen, Hudson and Passaic counties. We encourage you to use it to find a helping hand, guidance and/or support for you, your family or your friends and neighbors. It is organized into four categories:
- Food and Nutrition, including Senior Services
- Economic Relief
- Mental Health Services
- Domestic Violence
Glen Rock Is Never Surrendering (GRINS)
The group "Glen Rock is Never Surrendering" (GRINS)  was created to support Bergen County hospitals during the COVID-19 crisis. The primary goal is to deliver meals daily to hospitals, working with local restaurants.  GRINS has been collecting money from people in town and using it to buy the meals, supporting both local eateries and healthcare workers.  Employees at HUMC lost their cafeteria to make room for more beds for COVID-19 patients. If you would like to participate, please check out the group's Facebook page for contacts and information.  THANK YOU!
Tue, October 26 2021 20 Cheshvan 5782