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IMPORTANT INFO - COVID19 IMPACT: We are open on a modified minyan schedule. Shiurim will be available online and by call in. The office is open on a limited basis and by appointment only. Please check the QJC COVID19 page on our website and the QJC Facebook page for important QJC information and to see what the shul is offering. It will be updated regularly so please check back for updates. Also, please check Rabbi Kerbel's blog for more information.

About Us

The Queens Jewish Center (QJC), a member synagogue of the Orthodox Union (OU), has served as a leading institution within the Modern Orthodox community for seventy-five (75) years. Throughout this time, it has been led by distinguished Rabbanim and notable lay leaders whose impact within the Jewish world has resonated beyond the corridors of the synagogue. To this day, the synagogue continues to embody the very best of pure Torah values, and it prides itself on its commitment to a religious and Zionistic philosophy.

The QJC holds a variety of minyanim, and it enjoys a wonderful Shabbos morning children’s program known as “Shul School”, while additionally holding Saturday night family learning programs in the winter season, as well as holiday-themed programs. The synagogue further hosts various lecture series events, scholar-in-residence programs, and educational seminars, while enjoying Friday night Tisches, Siyumim, barbecues, and a weekly Kiddush on Shabbos morning. It is also the leading Forest Hills synagogue engaged in hosting the annual Yom Haatzmaut event, which is attended by the Rabbanim of other community synagogues. Moreover, the QJC Sisterhood maintains an everlasting dedication to the synagogue’s causes and has consistently led the way with its educational and social programming.

All in all, the QJC offers a warm, welcoming, and friendly environment, and it is seeking to grow its ranks as it continues to play a key role in the larger Jewish community.



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