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The Young Israel of Forest Hills was organized in 1951 by a handful of idealistic people who wanted to develop a model Orthodox community in Forest Hills. It has been the core of Modern Orthodoxy in the community for over 65 years. Committed to Torah values and subscribing to the philosophy of the Young Israel Movement, the Shul has emerged as a force in the building of positive Jewish life in our community. The Shul has youth activities, a Sisterhood and a well-attended Senior program (open to all seniors in the Forest Hills-Rego Park community). The synagogue hosts, on a regular basis, special events and lectures of interest to the entire community. They have a profound religious effect on many individuals and families, and has enhanced the general Forest Hills Jewish community by supporting Jewish education, encouraging proper Kosher standards and promoting good works for the community and beyond. The Young Israel of Forest Hills was the first synagogue outside of Israel to hold a Holocaust commemoration and has maintained this tradition for more than 53 years. They have been and will continue to be dedicated to the State of Israel and to mobilizing local resources for Israel and work Jewry.  Members of the Shul are involved in local weekly food delivery to the poor, the Forest Hills-Rego Park chapter of Queens Hatzolah, and have a committee that reaches out to the hospitalized and the homebound.
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