Discover The Rivertowns Listings


In Westchester 914-573-8906

DOROT alleviates social isolation among older adults and provides services to help them live independently as valued members of the community.

DOROT’s programs in Westchester provide seniors with friendly visiting, intergenerational connections, holiday celebrations, and educational classes, all making a difference in the lives of older adults.

Our programs include both ongoing and occasional opportunities for volunteers of all ages, providing companionship and lifelong connections across generations. Join our intergenerational community today. Learn more by calling 914-573-8906.

Greenburgh Hebrew Center
515 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry, NY

Discover Judaism that feels Right for You. Be part of a Diverse, Dynamic & Welcoming Community.

We are Jews from all walks of life and from many communities within Westchester County. We welcome singles and families, traditional, interfaith, blended, and LGBTQ. We are completely egalitarian, actively exploring our traditions, religion and spirituality at our Jewish home away from home. Learning, praying and laughing together we enjoy being Jewish.

Rosh Pinah Chavurah
of the Rivertowns

Rosh Pinah Chavurah is an Conser-vative, affordable member led Congregation. We have services every Shabbat followed by the best 5* kiddush this side of the Hudson.

We also have services on the High Holidays for the whole family, with adults, children and grandchildren welcome, services on other Holidays throughout the year(including Yizkor), as well as celebrations on Chanukah and Purim and other occasions.

All our services are member led, offering unique opportunities for every level of participation, learning and growth.

Rosh Pinah is perfect for the changing needs of empty nesters. We are an affordable, welcoming community embracing the egalitarian values of traditional Conservative Judaism.

Come daven with us. Come learn with us. Come celebrate with us.

Harold and Elaine Shames Jewish Community Center on the Hudson
371 South Broadway, Tarrytown, 10591

The Shames JCC is a 75,000 square foot state of the art facility at the epicenter of Jewish life in Westchester’s Rivertowns and beyond. Its 6,000 members of all faiths, backgrounds and ability enjoy programs ranging from early childhood to adult learning, from sports, swimming and fitness to Jewish culture, workshops and social action. Its Early Childhood Program and Day Camp are top rated and currently expanding. It has a fitness center with over 70 pieces of equipment, a full court gymnasium and a two pool aquatics center offering over 100 classes and personal training. In a warm and friendly atmosphere, the Shames creates an environment where members and non-members can connect with one another for lasting relationships to enhance their lives and benefit the community.

Temple Beth Abraham
25 Leroy Avenue, Tarrytown, NY 10591

Temple Beth Abraham is fully egalitarian and functions under the philosophy that Jews have too much in common to allow a desire to pray in a certain way from preventing the creation of one synagogue community. Families of every configuration and singles are welcome. Although affiliated with the Reform movement, Temple Beth Abraham holds Shabbat and Holiday services in both Reform and Conservative modes in separate sacred spaces. The energy that results permeates all activities, from an innovative Religious School to a communal commitment to social justice.

Temple Beth Abraham was the first Temple in Westchester County to replace the traditional dues model with a voluntary contribution system. Each family decides the level at which they support TBA rather than paying according to a fixed scale of costs for membership.

Temple Beth Shalom
740 North Broadway,
Hastings on Hudson, NY

A mixed multitude of early childhood, seniors, families, couples and individuals all reading, singing, studying and celebrating the life cycle together. Some who believe, some who doubt, all who question — building a sense of community and hope. Affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism, we are a welcoming, trans-denominational, progressive congregation of over 400 families serving the Rivertowns and beyond. Known for our Nursery School programs for toddlers, 2, 3 and 4/5- year-olds, Religious School for kindergarten through high school, and an extensive selection of adult education programs. Weekly Shabbat service on Friday evenings; Holiday services; events including films, choir and music; social action and tzedakah are central to our community.

Westchester Workmen’s Circle Sunday School
The Workmen’s Circle (Headquarters) 247 W. 37th St. NY, NY 10018

Connecting adults, kids and families with their Jewish cultural heritage is an important part of the Workmen’s Circle mission. Our Workmen’s Circle schools, with five locations in the Greater New York area, offer experiential learning program for children that celebrate Jewish traditions through holiday celebrations, food, music and literature. All of our learning converges around our commitment to creating a more beautiful and better world for all – a shenere un beser velt for ale.

The Westchester Workmen’s Circle School based at the JCC – Tarrytown, brings together hands-on Jewish Cultural learning, social justice activism, family holiday celebrations, music & art, B’nei Mitzves and much more. Our program is designed for kids ages 5-13. All families are welcome- and we’d love to hear from yours!

Woodlands Community Temple
50 Worthington Rd, White Plains
(Greenburgh) NY 10607

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). We are a vibrant, warm, welcoming, diverse and egalitarian community committed to creating a dynamic, innovative environment for all who wish to participate in Jewish life and ritual. We believe that an understanding of and an appreciation for differences – age, color, disability, sex, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression – lead to healthy and inclusive communities. We believe that by respecting all people and hearing all voices – by celebrating our shared humanity – we make better decisions for ourselves and for the communities we serve. We take a progressive approach to Jewish life, integrating a deep respect for traditional Judaism with the insights of contemporary living.