A place of Jewish worship...learning...and assembly.

Our focus is to cultivate a caring, inclusive community

in the spirit of liberal Judaism.


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PRS is.looking forward to the High Holidays!  

“PRS is delighted to announce that we will be holding our High Holiday services in person this year!  As always, there is no charge for attending our services though we welcome any donations you may wish to offer.  We invite you all to attend (see the schedule below)!  We do ask that you observe the health guidelines in order to protect everyone. 


As we again prepare our High Holiday. Book of Remembrance, we ask that those who wish to remember their loved ones kindly forward their names to us as soon as possible but NO LATER THAN SEPT. 19 to philipstownreformsynagogue@gmail.com.  This traditional way of honoring our loved ones carries special meaning for many of us.  You will also see other ways to support PRS’ efforts on our website. 


If you have never attended our Sukkoth event —  decorating our homemade sukkah and fulfilling the mitzvah of eating in the sukkah —  you are most welcome to come.  It is, weather permitting, an outdoor event and perfectly. Suited to children and elders alike.  Join in the fun on October 9 at 1 PM. 

If you would like to make a donation to help us in our efforts, please send a
check to the following:

Philipstown Reform Synagogue
PO Box 94 
Cold Spring, NY 10516.

All funds donated to PRS are tax
deductible to the fullest extent under the law.

PRS Fall Schedule of Obsevances and Events


Saturday, September 17:
Shabbat morning services 10 AM led by Rabbi Helaine Ettinger at St. Mary’s parish hall.:


High Holidays.  Led by Rabbi Helaine Ettinger and Paul Kaye
All services will. Be held at St. Mary’s parish hall.   


Sunday September 25
Rosh Hashanah  Evening services. Begin at 7 PM.


Monday.  September 26
Rosh Hashanah Morning Services begin at 10 AM.


Tuesday, October 4
Kol Nidre services begin at 7. PM


Wednesday, October 5
Yom Kippur services begin. At 10 AM.
(Full schedule to follow.)


Sunday, October 9
PRS Annual Sukkah Decorating Party, 1 PM
On the grounds of St. Mary’s Church, weather permitting.

PRS Health Policy:  PRS has always welcomed all to our services, but as we wish to protect the health of all, we require the following:   To keep these Days of Awe peaceful and safe, we will require masks to be worn throughout our indoor observances.  We expect everyone to be vaccinated, and while we do not wish to exclude anyone, we hope you will keep everyone’s well-being in mind by staying home if you feel ill.