This group of retired and semi-retired members meets monthly for social and educational purposes. The group occasionally travels together to places of interest. Join facilitator Rabbi Eleanor Pearlman for this luncheon program offered once per-month September-June on Wednesday afternoons from noon to 2:00 p.m. This program is free and open to the public (up to $5 optional donations accepted to cover the cost of food/speakers.) See the temple calendar for dates.
Reservations are required, please RSVP to Kathy at email@example.com or call the temple office at 518-374-8173.
For our members ages 60 and over: Please join us for Shabbat dinner...no fee, no need to bring a dish. Please be our guest at our monthly pot luck dinners held the second Friday of each month followed by our 7:00 p.m. Family Shabbat Service. Our goal is to have a multi generational Shabbat together. The senior love the kids and the kids love our seniors. Click her for more details.
At Gates we pride ourselves on being and all inclusive Jewish community. We strive to make services and programs accessible and enjoyable for all of our members and guests.
Our building offers: (If there is something you need that we do not offer, please let us know.)
- Ramps outside and inside the building
- Ramp access to the Bimah
- Handicap bathrooms
- Assisted listening devices
- Sign Language interpreters (upon adequate time requests)
- Large print prayer books
Project 5...a volunteer transportation service that takes Jewish seniors where they want to go.
It's more than just a ride:
Inspired by the 5th Commandment, honor thy father and mother, volunteers help seniors in the Capital Region maintain their independence by driving them were they need to go: medical and dental appointments, shopping and errands, religious services, cultural and social events, luncheons with friends...
Volunteer for Project 5
Get to know our most valued community members...our seniors. You can choose your own hours and how often you want to volunteer, get reimbursed for mileage, and receive valuable training.
For more information about volunteering or for more information about how to get transportation, please contact Jewish Family Service/Project 5 at 518-482-8856 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.