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Welcome to
Mount Kisco Hebrew Congregation

Bringing a century of Jewish tradition, spirituality and joy
to Northern Westchester County

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SHABBAT MINYAN

Thanks to Village of Mt. Kisco for their support!

CENTURY-OLD MOUNT KISCO HEBREW CONGREGATION MOVES FORWARD WITH IN-PERSON HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES 2020/5781

In August 2020, the Village of Mount Kisco approved the request of Mount Kisco Hebrew Congregation (MKHC), founded in 1906, to erect a large tent on the parking lot of the Mount Kisco Justice Court at 40 Green Street for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services. The congregation, whose long history includes weathering the 1918 pandemic, felt after a poll of its members that there was a strong desire to meet in person for services in a safe, socially distanced outdoor setting.

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CONNECTING DURING THE PANDEMIC

                    MKHC TEFILLAH MEETINGS AND CLASSES ARE CONTINUING!

We are currently holding Shabbat morning services in-person.  Registration is required to attend.  Help us make a minyan!  

Though our physical shul is closed other than Shabbat morning, that doesn't mean we can't continue learning together!

Through the use of Zoom, MKHC has set up multiple opportunities to meet weekly for learning and connection, which will allow anyone and everyone to join in on events and continue learning as usual.  Click here to go to CALENDAR.

MOUNT KISCO HEBREW CONGREGATION ZOOM LINK
Classes and Events can be accessed here, including Rabbi Fink's daily Daf Yomi class at 7:30 AM:

If you would like to join "in person" you can use this link: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/5742746354?pwd=VHlHcndudHJrZ2NhTHNwWEludEtDZz09.

WEEKLY

Weekly Classes
Monday evenings at 6:30 PM, Rabbi Pinchas Fink leads a discussion of a mitzvah mentioned in the previous week's parsha.  We briefly review the primary components of the mitzvah and then attempt to analyze the reason behind the mitzvah. What lesson does G-d desire we should derive from this particular commandment?  

Thursday evenings at 6:30 PM, BYOL (Bring Your Own L'Chaim) Event
Rabbi Betzalel Alpert’s class for men exploring and discussing Jewish philosophy. Join us for a fantastic analysis of Jewish philosophy and thought while sipping a cold l’chaim or soda. Please join at our MKHC “zoom” Beit Medrash.

If you would like to be added to our weekly email reminder for any of these classes, please email rabbi@mkhc.org, write which class you would like to be reminded of, and we will add you to our weekly reminder list.  Each class has a separate "captain", who emails out a weekly message and keeps everyone up to date in case of a cancelation or temporary schedule change.

Looking forward to "seeing" you soon!

Wed, May 18 2022 17 Iyyar 5782