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What's Happening at the GRJC

Erev Shabbat services
Friday, September 30
7:00 pm
Shabbat Morning services
Saturday, October 1
9:00 am
Shabbat services (Friday evenings and Saturday mornings) are held in-person with a live stream option.  Check your email for live stream link to these services.  If you do not receive our announcements and would like to view the live stream, please contact  


You may join our Men's Club or Sisterhood at any time.
Tot Shabbat
Saturday, October 8
This free program is perfect for families with children in Nursery School.  Led by Rabbi Schlosberg and open to the community.  Register HERE.
Dessert and Services in the Sukkah (open to the community)
Sunday, October 9
Free and open to the community.  Please register HERE.
Sisterhood's Sushi in the Sukkah
Wednesday, October 12
Free to current Sisterhood members.  RSVP HERE.
Men's Club Steak and Scotch in the Sukkah
Sunday, October 16
Free to current Men's Club members.  RSVP HERE.
Sisterhood Book Group
Thursday, October 27
We will be discussing And After the Fire by Lauren Belfer. 
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.
The following services are open to the community:
Erev Rosh Hashanah
Sunday, September 25
5:00pm: Erev Rosh Hashanah service
Rosh Hashanah (Day 1)
Monday, September 26
11:30am: Community Shofar service, outdoors (weather-permitting)
3:30pm: Apples & Honey service (for young families).  RSVP requested HERE.
5:15pm: Mincha (Afternoon service), Tashlich and Maariv (Evening service) at the Duck Pond
Rosh Hashanah (Day 2)
Tuesday, September 27
11:30am: Community Shofar service, outdoors (weather-permitting)
Yom Kippur Day - Yizkor
Wednesday, October 5
5:00pm: Mincha (Afternoon service)
5:45pm: (approximately): Neilah  - Closing service followed by Maariv (Evening service)
Sunday, October 9
7:00pm: Erev Sukkot service and desserts in sukkah
Monday, October 10
8:00am: Sukkot service with lulav and etrog
Tuesday, October 11
8:00am: Sukkot service with lulav and etrog
Friday, October 14
7:00pm: Erev Shabbat and Chol Ha'Moed Sukkot services
Saturday, October 15
9:00am: Shabbat and Chol Ha'Moed Sukkot services
Sunday, October 16
9:00am: Hoshana Rabbah service
7:00pm: Erev Shemini Atzeret service with Yizkor
Monday, October 17
8:00am: Shemini Atzeret service with Yizkor


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 is now also collecting items to help the Ukranian community in this time of need.  If you would like more information, please check out the group's Facebook page
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