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Sam Buchbinder & 
Yoel Shulman
Leadership Team
Let's Hear from You!
"Come hang out with us, your new friends at the Riverdale Jewish Project." 
It's been a blast getting to know many of you. I know there are still so many members of our community to meet, so I really hope you'll introduce yourself at an event in 2019/20!
We'll take anyone out for coffee who would like to learn more about the group, or just to chat!
Contact Yoel Shulman, Engagement Coordinator 

Riverdale Jewish Project

The Riverdale Jewish Project is a group for young adults in the community who get together socially. The group started in 2013 as a joint initiative with Conservative Synagogue Adath Israel of Riverdale, and is continuing to grow each month. RJP is for both people in relationships and those that are single, and participants are generally in their 20s or early 30s. The goal of RJP is for young Jewish professionals in Manhattan/Riverdale/Bronx/Westchester to find a community of other young Jewish adults. We organize monthly Shabbat dinners, holiday programs, and social events, either hosted at people’s homes or fun activities in the community.

Saturday November 2,  8:00 PM
Café Achshav Concert – Rabbi Josh Warshawsky and Friends

Rabbi Warshawsky inspires and engages Jews across generations through his music and teaching. He travels across the country visiting synagogues to share music and prayer, including music from his new album, “Chaverei Nevarech – Friends, Let Us Bless.”

Join us for a night of music from composer and song leader Rabbi Josh Warshawsky and friends.  The rabbi’s concert will include new melodies and classical Jewish hits. For more information please email Rabbi Katie Greenberg or Cantor Elizabeth Stevens,

Friday, November 8,  7:00 PM
20s-30s Shabbat Dinner with Rabbi Barry Dov Katz and Shoshi Talesnick

Rabbi Barry Dov Katz and Shoshi Talesnick's would love to host you (and your friends) at their home with good food and a relaxing evening! If you want to catch services first, meet at CSAIR. The Rabbi’s house is within walking distance of the synagogue. An RSVP is required for the dinner by Wednesday, November 6. 

Questions?  Please e-mail

Mon, October 21 2019 22 Tishrei 5780