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The North Fork Reform Synagogue is a small inclusive congregation meeting spiritual, educational, social and cultural enrichment needs of our members in the Reform Jewish tradition. We embrace families and individuals, Jews by birth or “by choice,” non-Jews and Jews regardless of ethnic or racial background, sexual orientation or gender identity.

We support the local community through outreach programs with special emphasis on the arts and social justice issues.

The North Fork Reform Synagogue has no permanent staff, so our members build strong bonds as we work together to enrich our lives and keep our congregation vibrant. Our student rabbis from Hebrew Union College give us fresh perspectives as we learn together.

Drop in for a service or event and experience the exceptional warmth and friendship of the North Fork Reform Synagogue.  You’ll want to return.


Announcing New Program!   

If you are not a synagogue member, please click here to register for this program.

Shabbat Schmooze and Learn
Please join us this Saturday, January 30th at 4:00 pm, for the next Shabbat Schmooze and Learn.

On Saturday, February 13th at 4:00 pm, we will present Echoes of the Past in our Current Pandemic led by Karen Gervitz.  Karen is a Professor of English at Seton Hall University and the daughter of our members, Susan and Steve Bloom. Her talk reveals the buried origins of the American response to Covid-19, from the way we talk about it to the way we distribute vaccine. It explains how an ancient Greek historian, a medieval poet, and some very angry tea drinkers in Boston shaped our response to the current pandemic.  

The Zoom link will be emailed in advance of this program.


North Fork Foodie Tour Launched on September 13th!

This year we celebrated the bounty of the North Fork with our 14th Annual Foodie Tour.  But due to Covid-19, it was the first one delivered virtually.  We had and still have an exciting menu of live talks and demonstrations which have been recorded.  Take behind-the-scenes video tours to see and hear the stories of the people who dedicate their lives to producing fresh, local foods and beverages on the North Fork. 

Check out our website here!   


Our Rabbi

Our Rabbis are students at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.  Helping to train new Rabbis is an important part of our mission.  We are inspired by the fresh perspective each new student brings to us as we learn from one another.  Shoshana was born in Mbale, Uganda where the majority of Abayudaya Jews of Uganda live.  We are looking forward to learn more about Shoshana’s fascinating background.
Click here to meet Student Rabbi Shoshana Nambi

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Our Cantor

Ilana is a classically trained operatic soprano and cantorial soloist.  She comes from a deep tradition of Jewish music.  Her father is the esteemed cantor and composer Dr. Charles Davidson.  Ilana is a winner of four Grammy Awards and has had an impressive singing career in operas and concerts, including performances at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center.  We are blessed to have Ilana with us for the High Holidays.


There are several different ways to donate to NFRS.  One way is to send in a donation check or pay by credit card using our donation form.  But do you also know that Amazon will donate 0.5% of eligible purchases to NFRS every time you shop on Amazon Smile?  It’s easy to set up and shop as you usually do.  Learn how to register here and start donating with your next purchase!




calendarCheck out our calendar.

We offer Friday evening services and a variety of events throughout the year so please join us!   

To view previous High Holiday services and other special events, please go to the Digital Media tab on the menu bar and click on Our Video Playlist.




As 2020 comes to a close, NFRS is busy offering great programs such as the monthly Shabbat Schmooze & Learn and the reinvented cinematic series, Friends and Flicks. Hear from our local doctor on staying healthy this winter and from our Hebrew School students’ advice for winter pandemic survival. Join us for Shabbat services, Adult Education, Schmooze & Learn, and Friends & Flicks as we move, with courage and stoicism, into 2021.
Please contact our Editor in Chief, Carol Brown, if you would like to publish a topical article.  Our Newsletter is published bi-monthly.
See past issues of our newsletter here.

You are welcome to join us in celebrating the New Year and worshiping on Yom Kippur.  View 2020 High Holiday Services here.  High Holiday 2020 Schedule.


Photo Gallery

Take a look at different events, occasions, and ‘happenings’ here at our synagogue. Our Mitzvah Day celebrations, Tikkun Olam, simchas and special occasions!

Video Gallery

See our videos on the High Holidays and events we’ve held throughout the year.



Social Action

Our community is actively involved with coordinating the efforts of the congregation’s activities, fulfilling the mitzvah of tikkun olam, repairing the world.


Youth Groups

Combined social, educational, religious and social action programs to create opportunities for the synagogue’s children to create lasting friendships.


Newsletter Archive

Read more about what’s going on in our synagogue and community and learn about upcoming programs and events.

tamarindRecipes for Passover

View our Passover Cookbook for 2020


Upcoming Events

  1. Sat 30

    Family Circle

    Jan 30 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  2. Sat 30

    Shabbat Schmooze and Learn

    Jan 30 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  3. Fri 05

    Shabbat Service – Tu BiShvat

    Feb 05 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
  4. Sat 06

    Adult Education

    Feb 06 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
  5. Sat 13

    Adult Ed

    Feb 13 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
  6. Sat 13

    Shabbat Schmooze and Learn –

    Echoes of the Past in our
    Feb 13 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm