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Preserving Our Heritage
Discovering Judaism
Holidays
Welcoming Diversity

Preserving Our Heritage

North Country Reform Temple Ner Tamid strives to provide Long Island’s North Shore with a center for Reform Jewish Values. Our Temple supports and promotes a dynamic Jewish community from generation to generation through an inclusive and participatory approach to worship, study, mitzvot and social activities.

Discovering Judaism

Discover Judaism though inclusive classes such as the ABC’s of Judaism or Lunch & Learn with Rabbi Liss. Come discover the North Shore’s best kept secret - The Little Temple in the Woods.

Holidays

Our congregation celebrates the holidays throughout the year in some very warm and special ways. Please join us as we observe and celebrate the Jewish holiday cycle!

Welcoming Diversity

People of all backgrounds will find a home in our congregation. Some of our members come from traditionally observant homes, while others have led a more secular lifestyle. Many of our most active members are Jews by choice, and we welcome the participation of parents and partners who continue in their own faith as they raise a family in ours. Those who have felt cut off from religious life for a variety of reasons have found a spiritual home at NCRT.

Privacy Policy

North Country Reform Temple Website Policy
Terms and Conditions

The North Country Reform Temple (NCRT) Board of Directors (BoD) realizes the limitless potential for information and communication provided by the World Wide Web. The availability of this communication vehicle provides an opportunity for Clergy, the BoD, Members, staff to access and contribute to the world of information related to NCRT Temple Membership, Services, Activities, Programs and related activities. Therefore, the NCRT BoD will use the Internet as an effective, efficient and timely source of information, method of communication and vehicle for resource collection. In order to take advantage of the opportunities the Internet provides, the Board authorizes the creation of NCRT web pages on the Internet.


Only those web pages maintained in accordance with Board policy and established procedures shall be recognized as official representations of NCRT. All information on the NCRT web page must accurately reflect the mission, goals, policies, programs, and activities of NCRT. The web pages must have a purpose which falls within at least one of the following categories: 1) Support of NCRT and Reform Judaism -intended to provide links to Internet resources for the general public, members, and staff of NCRT; 2) Public information-intended to communicate information about NCRT to members, staff, community, and the world at large.
The BoD shall designate an individual(s) to be responsible for maintaining the official NCRT web page and monitoring all NCRT web page activity. Functional Departments, Groups or Committees who wish to publish a web page must identify an appropriately qualified publisher and/or author.


As with any materials or publication used by or representing NCRT, the Rabbi and NCRT BoD, respectively, is ultimately responsible for accuracy and appropriateness of the information made available on the web site. Concern about the content of any page(s) created by departments, committees or staff should be directed to the Rabbi or Temple President.


Web sites developed under contract for the NCRT or within the scope of employment by NCRT employees are the property of NCRT. Due to the dynamic nature of the World Wide Web, this policy is to be reviewed and updated as required.