Many clergy, one house
Many clergy, one house

Christian, Jewish and Muslim faith leaders dedicate the Peace Pole

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BMC Thanksgiving 2019
BMC Thanksgiving 2019

Youth help Cantor lead music for the annual Multifaith Thanksgiving Celebration

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Blessing of the Pets 2019
Blessing of the Pets 2019

The annual fall event attracts animals of many species!

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Many clergy, one house
Many clergy, one house

Christian, Jewish and Muslim faith leaders dedicate the Peace Pole

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The New Synagogue of Long Island
The Synagogue for Spiritual Judaism
Warmly invites you to join
Rabbi Stuart Paris, Hakohen,
Rabbi Scott Matous,
and Cantor Irene Failenbogen
in celebrating the New Year Season

Yom Kippur Eve - Kol Nidre
Tuesday, October 4th at 7:00pm

Zoom Meeting Invitation
 Yom Kippur - Kol Nidre Booklet

Yom Kippur Day
Service – Wednesdactober 5th: 10:00am to 12:00pm
Yizkor Service:12:00pm
Concluding Service: 5:00pm

(Hybrid service T.B.D.)

Zoom Meeting Invitation

Yom Kippur - Day Booklet
Yom Kippur - Yizkor Service
High Holiday Reader

We thank you in advance for your help and generosity.
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Text-to-Donate: Text “NSLI” to (202) 858-1233

Rabbi Stuart Paris
The New Synagogue of Long Island
Phone: 516.625.0261

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Multifaith Thanksgiving Celebration

Sunday, November 13, 2022, at 3:00 PM

Participate in person or via Zoom

Come celebrate with prayers, songs and scriptures from our different faith traditions.  Each faith leader will be preaching from another’s holy scriptures.

Multifaith Thanksgiving Celebration 2021

Every year all our campus faith groups gather to celebrate and give thanks.  

Brookville Multifaith Campus is featured in this documentary.  Watch now before the link expires.   

About Us:

Brookville Multifaith Campus invites you to discover a spiritual community made up of different religious groups.  

Together we promote cross cultural understanding, peace building, and a strong commitment to service.  

Each group maintains its own religious identity but  fosters an open environment for learning, celebrating and honoring each distinct religion. 

Mission Statement:

To build a multifaith community of people from different faiths who connect to one another by embracing similarities while celebrating differences.

Vision Statement:  

Through learning opportunities, essential partnerships, and occasional shared worship experiences, our campus welcomes all who want to learn, question and grow, while making a positive and lasting impact in their community.