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Contact Us:
Congregation L'Dor V'Dor
11 Temple Lane
Oyster Bay, NY 11771
Phone: (516) 470-1700

LEARN more about LDVD - SIGN up for the Rabbi’s weekly Torah Thoughts – that includes information about upcoming events

israel1 Supporting the modern State of Israel is part of who and what we are. In addition to our active and engaging Israel Committee and our sixth graders studying the history and challenges of modern Israel, our congregation supports the Jewish state in a number of ways.

Visiting Israel

Many congregants visit Israel to nurture their Jewish souls.

Giving to Israel. Congregants generously support the State of Israel through a variety of organizations, including AIPAC, Jewish National Fund, UJA-Federation and ARZA.

Celebrating Israel. Every year we celebrate Yom Haatzmaut (Israel Independence Day) as well as observing Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Commemoration Day).

israel2Our rabbi visits Israel on a regular basis.  In good times and bad Rabbi Moskowitz travels to Israel.  He shares his experiences with the congregation in sermons and articles.  He often writes about issues related to Israel on his blog and Times of Israel.

To learn more about Israel in the news read a daily synopsis of articles at Daily Alert.

In addition the congregation regularly studies educational materials from the renowned Shalom Hartman Institute.

Rabbi Steven Moskowitz
(516) 470-1700

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Our adult education program encompasses a myriad of offerings, from regular monthly classes to Jewish philosophy to contemporary issues to Israeli films. 

We participate as well in the 92Y Live program and the local Institute for Adult Jewish Studies with neighboring synagogues.  All are welcome to participate in these programs. 

Our Enrichment Committee plans a host of programs. In addition the rabbi regularly offers a Torah study class as well as sharing insights in his weekly Torah Thoughts email.

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Enrichment Mission:
To present content that will educate, inform, and inspire our congregation in a social atmosphere..
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Friday October 2, 2015
Speaker and Educator, Liz Roper, "Jewish Gangsters, but they were good to their mothers!"
After the completion of Friday night services

Thursday October 8, 2015
12:00 Noon
Author, Joanna Hershon, will discuss her book, Dual Inheritance"
Lunch, beverages, and dessert will be provided

Sunday NOVEMBER 22, 2015
10:30 AM
Speaker" Ron Schweiger, Brooklyn Boro Historian "The Resorts of Old Brooklyn"
A Sunday Brunch will be provided

We are discussing a musical event, as well as another possible speaker.

A film series will begin.
Any other suggestions are welcome – please send to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. – SUBJECT: Enrichment
The Enrichment committee was formed to bring Jewish themed programs and events to the congregation.   These programs are educational, entertaining, and designed to introduce members to  each other while appreciating their Jewish heritage.  The committee is made up of 8 congregants, four from each  former temple.  We urge members to join our committee!.

Some of the future events planned:

Book Club
Guest Author, Joanna Hershon, will speak to us about her new book, "The German Bride".  The book will be offered for sale before and at her discussion.

Lectures of interest on subjects with  Jewish themes by Liz Roper

Jewish music evening

Monthly Film nights: Films yet to be determined

Theater trip NYC

Guest speakers - to be announced !
.. and so much more!

We are open to suggestions for programs that are of interest to all of us.