Tomchei Shabbos of Queens
129-01 Metropolitan Avenue
Kew Gardens, NY 11415
The Vaad Harabonim of Queens
141-49 73rd Avenue, Flushing, NY 11367
The Young Israel of Jamaica Estates
83-10 188th Street • Jamaica Estates, NY 11423
Tel: 718-285-9132 or 718-440-2391
Congregation Toras Emes
78-15 Parsons Boulevard, Kew Garden Hills, NY 11366
Rabbi Chaim Ackerman • Tel: 718-591-4240/4241
The Shul is located at the corner of Parsons Boulevard & 78th Road, on the other side of Union Turnpike.
Young Israel of Jamaica Estates
83-10 188th Street, Jamaica Estates, NY 11423
Rabbi Shlomo Hochberg • Tel: 718-479-7500
The Shul is located across Grand Central Parkway on 188th Street. Proceed north on 188th Street 3 blocks, the Shul is on the left.
Young Israel of Briarwood
84-75 Daniels Street, Jamaica, NY 11435
Rabbi Mendel Kaufman • Tel: 718-657-2880
Take 164th to Grand Central Parkway Service Road and make a left turn. Proceed 6-7 blocks to Daniels Street, make a left on Daniels Street. Proceed all the way down Daniels Street (3-4 blocks) to the end & find Pershing Crescent. Shul in on left side of street with entrance around the corner on Pershing Crescent. Mincha is 10 minutes after candle lighting.
Center for Jewish End of Life Care
The Center is a collaboration between MJHS and UJA-Federation of New York. It is dedicated to facilitating conversations about the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of Jewish people affected by any advanced and terminal illness.
Caring for Holocaust Survivors with Sensitivity at End of Life: A Guidebook for Clinicians
This guidebook is for clinicians who have never, or rarely, worked with Holocaust Survivors. It is meant to help readers gain a deeper understanding of end-of-life issues that may manifest in the Holocaust Survivor patient, especially ones that can be easily misunderstood or misinterpreted.
MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care offers the Halachic Pathway as a tool that assures a patient and the family that a chosen rabbinic advisor, or Posek, will be included in the medical decision-making process