Woodlands Community Temple is a Reform Jewish congregation nestled in the woods of Greenburgh, New York (near White Plains, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Edgemont, Hastings, Irvington, and Tarrytown). Founded in 1966, we are a vibrant, resourceful, multigenerational community of modern Jews committed to creating a dynamic, innovative environment for all who wish to participate in Jewish life and ritual—regardless of age or sexual orientation. Welcoming, outgoing, and member-run, Woodlands is a place that amply provides for the educational and spiritual needs of its membership while at the same time enlisting its congregants to do good works that benefit an ever more complicated world at large.
What's Happening at Woodlands
Rabbi’s Winter Hunger Appeal
Throughout February, please help needy families make it through these cold months. Donate to the Rabbis' Winter Hunger Appeal online or by sending in a check. On March 1, we'll forward our donations to The Food Bank for Westchester.
WCT Mah Jongg Night
Thursday, February 13 and 27, 7:15 pm
Six Weeks of Talmud with Rabbi Billy Dreskin
Begins Thursday, February 27, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Ever been curious about what’s in those really big books known as “The Talmud”? You are warmly invited to join our intrepid team of adventurers and learners
S’forim Forum with Cantor Jonathan Ben Gordon
Date change to Saturday, March 22, 4:30 p.m.
Join us for a discussion of Little Failure, a brand new memoir by award-winning author Gary Shteyngart.