Installation of Rabbi Jeffrey Arnowitz FAQ

Dear Congregants,

We look forward to celebrating the installation of Rabbi Jeffrey Arnowitz with you on Sunday, December 8 at 10:30am and to completing our goal of 613 Mitzvot.

The Installation Committee would like to answer some potential questions that you may have.

  1. What is the schedule of events for the day?
    The days programming begins at 10:30am sharp.  Please click here for program details.
  2. Is there a dress code?
    We welcome everyone.  We understand that our children will be coming from Religious School.  We ask you to dress respectfully given the importance of the occasion.
  3. Is there a charge for the event?
    There will be no charge for the Installation or Mitzvah Program.  We encourage congregants of all ages to attend.
  4. Will food be served?
    There will be a celebratory lunch, music, and dancing following the ceremony.
  5. Where can I park?
    In addition to our WJC parking lots and street parking, there will be limited parking available at Mamaroneck High School across the street from the synagogue.
  6. How can I participate in the 613 Mitzvot Project?
    In addition to the many day-to-day mitzvot that you may have already completed, SOJAC will be sponsoring the very important annual Holiday Gift Drive benefiting the Community Resource Center.  Even if you have completed a mitzvah card, we encourage you to participate in this effort.  Please click here for more information.
  7. I have a child(ren) in Religious School.  Can I still attend?  Can my child(ren) attend?
    Yes, definitely!  Please click here from our Religious School with more information.
  8. Who can I contact with questions?
    Contact David Goldstein at David@wjcenter.org or 914-698-2960.

Thank you,
The Installation Committee

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