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Hebrew Institute of Riverdale - The Bayit

Welcome

 

We look forward to your joining us at our many and diverse services and programs.  The HIR is committed to providing a warm, welcoming and safe environment for anyone who wishes to join us. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NEXT SHABBAT LUNCH

New to Riverdale? We want to get to know you better!

Please email nextshabbat@hir.org so we can invite you to share a meal as part of the 
Bayit family!

December Events 2014

  Click here to view December Events 2014.

 

Click here to view and print our Fall Programming Brochure.

Join our Free Communal Dinner every Friday Night at the Bayit!

NEW: We now offer an online sign-up for sponsorship.

See which Shabbatot are available for sponsorship and choose your week at
www.thebayit.org/tent.

 

Please say a special prayer for the members of the IDF who are recovering from injuries. 

To read Rav Avi's full diary of his time in Israel during Operation Protective Edge, please click here.

 

We’d love to help you learn Torah! Visit www.thebayit.org/hevruta for help finding a study partner!

When you start your Amazon shopping at www.thebayit.org the Hebrew Institute earns a referral commission on all your purchases. Please use the link below for all your Amazon Purchases.

Many items earn a 6% commission!
 
 

Please join us in dedicating a Sefer Torah and Megillat Esther for the Bayit in honor of Rav Avi and Toby!

 

We invite everyone in the extended Bayit family to participate in this project to recognize and thank Rav Avi and Toby for their more than 40 years of service to the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale and Jews everywhere.

Please visit www.thebayit.org/torah for more information

 

 

Help us update our database.  Visit www.thebayit.org/data to update your email, phone number, birthday, and bar/bat mitzvah parsha!

 

 
 
The Hebrew Institute of Riverdale – The Bayit – is an open Orthodox synagogue
serving the entire Jewish community by warmly embracing all Jews, regardless of affiliation, commitment or background.  It is affectionately known as the "Bayit," which is a home; a place of love and welcome. The HIR is known nationally for bringing spirituality into the synagogue; activism; youth and teen engagement; learning program; and work on behalf of the elderly, the homebound, and those developmentally and physically challenged.
Sat, 20 December 2014 28 Kislev 5775