North Fork Reform Synagogue… We are a small congregation rooted in an expansive interpretation of Jewish practices and culture. Our focus is on building a warm and supportive community that meets the needs of our members.
We have no permanent paid staff, so our the members build strong bonds as we work together to keep our congregation vibrant and provide a wide variety of programs and activities. Our student rabbis from Hebrew Union college give us fresh perspectives as we learn together.
We offer Shabbat services and Hebrew School for children and adults, Torah study, holiday observances, and an erudite newsletter expressing views both controversial and loving, plus a rich menu of activities which involve the greater North Fork community including challah baking lessons, Poetry for Peace (a non-denominational contest for all local children), speakers on issues of local and national concern, a film series, and the North Fork Foodie Tour which provides visitors the opportunity to get behind the scenes and learn about the operations of farmers and food producers who are creating a vibrant local food scene.
Please join us. We are looking forward to meeting you!
Our Eighth Annual Foodie Tour Took Place on September 7, 2014. By all measures it was a resounding success. We thank our exhibitors and volunteers for their hard work and dedication. Stay tuned for information about Foodie Tour 2015.
Click here for more information about our Foodie Tour 2014.
Other Cultural Programs
We offer cultural, educational and community programs for children, teens and adults including the North Fork Foodie Tour, films of Jewish interest, music, poetry and talks on current topics.
We are proud to introduce our 2015 Cinematic Series:
February 28: An Orchestra of Exiles
March 28: Jewish Soldiers in Blue and Grey
May 9 th: The Jewish Cardinal
Click Here for more information: 2015 Cinematic Series
Check out our calendar
We offer a variety of events throughout the year. Find an event and join us!
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. Click here to meet our current student Rabbi, Toba Schaller
You are welcome to join us in celebrating the New Year and worshiping on Yom Kippur. Our High Holidays Services are listed here.Schedule 2014 Holidays
Take a look at different events, occasions, and ‘happenings’ here at our synagogue. Our Mitzvah Day celebrations, Tikkun Olam, simchas and special occasions!
Our community is actively involved with coordinating the efforts of the congregation’s activities, fulfilling the mitzvah of tikkun olam, repairing the world.
Combined social, educational, religious and social action programs to create opportunities for the synagogue’s children to create lasting friendships.
Read more about what's going on in our synagogue and community. Read about us... upcoming events and this weeks happenings.
View our 2014 Passover recipes.
01.31.15 1130am - 100pm
Book Club Event
02.01.15 930am - 1200pm
02.06.15 800pm - 1030pm
Shabbat Services TuB'shvat Seder
02.07.15 400pm - 600pm
02.20.15 800pm - 1000pm
02.21.15 400pm - 600pm
02.28.15 730pm - 1000pm
Cinematic Series-Orchestra of Exiles
Services and activities are held at the building we share with the Cutchogue Presbyterian Church at: 27245 Main RdCutchogue, NY - opposite the Village Green
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 1625Southold, NY 11971