News From Central
News From Central
March 7, 2022 | General News
Welcoming Mikah Atkind, Our Next LCLJ Director
We are thrilled to welcome Mikah Atkind to our community as our next Director of the Lese Center for Living Judaism.Read More
February 24, 2022 | General News
An Equitable Work Force for People with Disabilities
We are pleased to announce a new initiative that further supports our ongoing work on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) within our community. We are partnering with the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan as a host site for their Community Work Experience program to provide internship opportunities to young adults with developmental and/or learning disabilities to maximize their highest level of vocational independence – from work-readiness opportunities to job development and, ultimately, integrated employment in the work force. We're excited to welcome our new interns in early March, who will support the Youth and Family Engagement department and the Clergy Study.Read More
February 17, 2022 | General News
Meet Rena Allen: A Conversation with our Director of Developmental Learning and Special Education
Can you introduce yourself and speak a little about your role here at Central?
I'm Rena Allen, Director of Developmental Learning and Special Education at Central Synagogue. I work in the Youth and Family Education Department to make sure that our educational programs are inclusive of all kinds of learners.
January 28, 2022 | General News | Messages From Leadership
Welcoming Jenna McMillan to our Clergy Team
We are so excited to announce that beginning July 1, 2022, Jenna McMillan, our talented and engaging cantorial intern, will join our pulpit Clergy team as Cantor.Read More
January 16, 2022 | General News | Messages From Leadership
Terrorist Attack in Texas
Email sent to the congregation on January 16, 2022
Our hearts are heavy following yesterday’s terrorist attack at Beth Israel synagogue in Fort Worth, Texas. We are relieved that Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker and the other three hostages are safely home with their families and grateful to the brave law enforcement and FBI agents who risked their lives to save them.
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