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Who We Are

WELCOMING . . . INCLUSIVE . . . INFORMAL . . . YOUTHFUL . . . VIBRANT

The United Synagogue of Hoboken is a welcoming and participatory Jewish community devoted to the revitalization of Jewish life in Hudson County, New Jersey.  We have revived a historic synagogue building and century-old Jewish community, and we strive to renew the spark of Judaism in each individual.

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 Our synagogue responds to Covid-19 

A message from Rabbi Scheinberg about the global health crisis and our community:

During this health crisis, no events or meetings are taking place at USH. Many events and services are available on livestream, on Zoom, or both.

LIVESTREAM:  To view some live events at USH, click here and then enter the password you were given for access (if a password is required).

Online services this weekend will include:

  • Friday night March 27 - 6:30pm: Shabbat evening services with Adam Laden and Rabbi Scheinberg:  By Zoom at https://bit.ly/KabbalatShabbatUSH2020 until about 7:10pm; entire service also available on livestream. )
  • Saturday morning March 28 - 10am:  Shabbat morning services with Rabbi Scheinberg, on livestream.

Livestreaming is a new thing for our community, and this is still experimental.  Contact Rabbi Scheinberg (before Shabbat) for more info, and for suggestions for how to access the livestream in the way that is most consistent with Shabbat practices.  

 OTHER ONLINE PROGRAMS:
 Sunday March 29: Shaharit morning prayer service, 9am by Zoom, https://bit.ly/USHWeekdayMorningMinyan 

 Sunday March 29:  "Online brunch" with author Angela Himsel, 11am, Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/666323724 or call  646 876 9923 and enter Meeting ID 666323724  

Monday to Friday, March 30 to April 3:  Shaharit morning prayer service, 8am by Zoom, https://bit.ly/USHWeekdayMorningMinyan 

Thursday, April 2:  Torah study with Rabbi Scheinberg, 9:30am by Zoom, https://bit.ly/USHThursdayTorahStudy

Thurs eve April 2:  "Preparing for Passover in an age of Pandemic," Part 2, 8-9:30pm with Rabbi Scheinberg and Noam Kornsgold, https://bit.ly/USHPrepareForPassover2020 

(access recording of part I at this link)

Some Upcoming  Events at USH: 

All Events
  • Saturday ,
    AprApril  4 , 2020
    CANCELED - Shabbat Shira
    Saturday, Apr 4th 10:45a to 11:30a
    Shabbat sing-a-long for children under 3

    MORE INFO

  • Sunday ,
    AprApril  19 , 2020
    Speaker Brunch with Adam Frankel, author of The Survivors: A Story of War, Inheritance and Healing
    Sunday, Apr 19th 10:30a to 12:30p
    Sunday Brunch, April 19: Brunch with Adam Frankel, author of The Survivors: A Story of War, Inheritance and Healing Barack Obama’s speechwriter Adam Frankel describes his grandparents’ Holocaust experiences in Europe, their effort to put these experiences behind them when they immigrated to Connecticut, and the ways that subsequent generations in his family continue to contend with the lingering aftereffects of the trauma of the Shoah. In honor of Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day.

    MORE INFO

  • Tuesday ,
    AprApril  28 , 2020
    PJ Library Stories and Songs
    Tuesday, Apr 28th 11:00a to 11:45a
    Ages 0-2 Free and open to the community! Adults get a chance to meet during playtime, as well as, spend time listening to stories and songs with their baby. RSVP to kaplanprograms@gmail.com

    MORE INFO

  • Saturday ,
    MayMay  9 , 2020
    CANCELED - Shabbat Shira
    Saturday, May 9th 10:45a to 11:30a
    Shabbat sing-a-long for children under 3

    MORE INFO

  • Tuesday ,
    MayMay  12 , 2020
    PJ Library Stories and Songs
    Tuesday, May 12th 11:00a to 11:45a
    Ages 0-2 Free and open to the community! Adults get a chance to meet during playtime, as well as, spend time listening to stories and songs with their baby. RSVP to kaplanprograms@gmail.com

    MORE INFO

  • Tuesday ,
    MayMay  26 , 2020
    PJ Library Stories and Songs
    Tuesday, May 26th 11:00a to 11:45a
    Ages 0-2 Free and open to the community! Adults get a chance to meet during playtime, as well as, spend time listening to stories and songs with their baby. RSVP to kaplanprograms@gmail.com

    MORE INFO

 

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