Today is July 30, 2015 -
A South Shore Jewish Community
2860 Brower Avenue
Oceanside, NY 11572
Phone: (516) 536-6112
Fax: (516) 536-0347
OJC offers something for everyone. Our Men’s Club hosts events such as a night at a Long Island Ducks game and a Passover Wine Tasting & Sale.
Not to be outdone, our Sisterhood sponsors a Holiday Boutique, Purim Shalach Manot basket delivery, a Women’s Seder, and a beautiful Judaica shop, as well as informative and entertaining programs.
Our PTA offers programs and services for parents of Nursery School and Religious children.
Each of our synagogue’s arms offer monthly meetings at which our men and women bask in the warm company and friendship that OJC offers. The Inclusion Committee has actively been upgrading our facility for people with disabilities, including a ramp, hearing devices and a chair lift.
We want to have as much interaction with you as possible. Please check out and like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter. You can also subscribe to our weekly e-newsletter called, HaDelet, The Doorway.
Here are some articles about our synagogue and events we’ve held.
OJC’s Annual Inclusion Shabbat
Each year, Oceanside Jewish Center (OJC) on Long Island hosts a special Inclusion Shabbat to focus upon issues and challenges affecting adults and children with disabilities in the synagogue and Jewish community as a whole. The weekend is named for and honors, Harriet Seifman (wife of the co-author), who worked with children with special needs her entire career, both as a teacher and as an administrator.
Oceanside Jewish Center honors longtime cantor
Oceanside Jewish Center will be honoring its former cantor, Yitzhak Lefkovitz, and his wife Ahuva, not only for their decades of service to the synagogue, but also for the contributions they made to history.
Dog’s funeral inspires annual service for blessing pets
More than a dozen dogs, a few stuffed animals and a tortoise were brought to the Oceanside Jewish Center on Sunday for the third annual service for the blessing of the pets. Every year during Sukkot, the weeklong Jewish biblical holiday of thanks, Rabbi Mark B. Greenspan organizes the annual pet blessing.