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Dear Friends,

We are very pleased to welcome you back to MFJC. We have moved back inside! We are praying from inside our Sanctuary every Shabbat, 9:30AM. Services are being held in the Social Hall every day of the week, 6:45AM and Sundays/National Holidays at 8:00AM. There is no limit on occupancy for indoor services currently. Our current masking policy is to expect masks from all congregants. Those who are vaccinated and feel they need to unmask may do so. All non-vaccinated congregants must wear a mask while inside the building. The reserving the main sanctuary for vaccinated individuals. The social hall is designated for non-vaccinated people and families to allow for more socially distanced seating.  We are hosting Kiddush on Shabbat Morning in the Tents outside where masks are optional. We ask all non-vaccinated to be mindful about eating from a socially distant area from other while everyone is unmasked

We will continue to “Zoom” weekday services for those who are unable to attend in person.

In order to provide a reasonably safe environment we ask that you follow these guidelines:

We pray that with the doors of our Building opening our community will return

How Can We Help You?    How Can You Help Us?

During these uncertain times, it is more important than ever that we support one another so that we can be sure each one of us has what we need to stay safe and well. The ways we offer support will likely unfold over time as the situation changes and as our needs change.
If you are available to help out by making phone calls or helping fill the needs of the home bound or those who are unwell, please let us know by replying to this note.
In the Torah, when building the Temple, Moshe calls for donations of time and materials. The response is so robust, even excessive, says the Torah, that the engineers call for the community to hold back their donations.
This is a time when our community is being called to give from itself. Let’s model ourselves after that first Jewish community that heard the call for help in the face of a need and they gave generously from their hearts.
Contact Rabbi Menashe or David Paris in the office or Ron Brandt if you are able to help or need support rabbi@mtfjc.org or office@mtfjc.org or president@mtfjc.org
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Welcome to Mount Freedom Jewish Center

We are an open Modern Orthodox synagogue located in the green suburbs of Randolph, New Jersey. Our family friendly congregation is made up of multigenerational members with diverse Jewish observances, who come from various towns within beautiful Morris County. We hope you enjoy exploring our website, and invite you to visit us in person. Please feel free to call our synagogue office at 973-895-2100 and speak with our Executive Director, David Paris or our Rabbi, Menashe East, with any questions you may have.

Shabbat Times for Randolph, NJ

Weekly Service Times

Morning Minyan
6:45 am - Monday through Friday
8:00 am - Sundays & National Holidays

Kabbalat Shabbat
6:30 pm - During Daylight Savings Time
Sunset - November through March

9:00 am - Morning Services

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Meet Our Rabbi

Rabbi Menashe East has been our spiritual leader since 2009.

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Hebrew School

MFJC Hebrew School makes learning about Judaism fun and engaging!

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MFJC offers a variety of opportunities for our members to get involved.

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Mailing Address

P.O. Box 202
Mt. Freedom, NJ 07970

Synagogue Address

1209 Sussex Turnpike
Randolph, NJ 07869

Contact Us

Phone — (973) 895-2100
Fax — (973) 447-7646
Email — office@mtfjc.org

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