Interfaith Journey Lecture


serviceMore and more Temple Sinai of Roslyn families now include a non-Jewish family member or loved one who has chosen to become a Jew-by-choice. 

On Friday, March 28 at 7:45 p.m., at the temple’s annual Interfaith Shabbat service, Aimee Reifer, who grew up in East Williston and at Temple Sinai, will share her thoughts and feelings about growing up in an interfaith home while being raised Jewish.

Reifer will talk about how her upbringing created and developed the woman that she is today, highlighting her experiences around holidays, life cycles and family gatherings.

When she completed her Masters in Social Work, Reifer came home to the Temple as the first full-time Youth Director. She developed and ran Temple Sinai’s dynamic youth program for seven years. Reifer is a psychotherapist with a private practice in Woodbury, and lives in Plainview with her husband and two children. The evening is sponsored by the Interfaith Outreach Committee.

Temple Sinai of Roslyn is located at 425 Roslyn Rd. For more information, contact Ethel Liebeskind at 516-621-6800 or visit the website at

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Joe Scotchie is the editor of both The Roslyn News and New Hyde Park Illustrated News. In 2009, he won a New York State Press Association award for a sports feature. Joseph Scotchie’s past publications include biographies of Thomas Wolfe and Richard Weaver and a comprehensive history of the city of Asheville, North Carolina.

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