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Membership Documents | 5780/2019 - 2020
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PSJC membership is based on a system of voluntary dues that are contributed according to the means of our members. It is a foundational principle of our community that financial constraints are never a barrier to membership.


Become a part of the PSJC Community

Why Join PSJC?
Joy, melody, enthusiasm and spirit define religious life at PSJC. The benefits of membership in this supportive community are vast and include opportunities for engagement, learning and connecting with one another.

Membership includes support during life cycle events, High Holy Day tickets for immediate family members, discounts at PSJC programs, eligibility to enroll in Hebrew School, rental discounts and a wide variety of engaging opportunities.

Who are our members?
PSJC warmly encourages families and individuals of all ages, gender identity, races, cultural backgrounds, and interfaith couples to join our community. Our members include artists, musicians, graduate students, yoga instructors, bankers, writers, retired social workers, rabbis, teachers, and more, ranging from infancy to retirement. We have families with three generations in the community and individuals who just moved to the neighborhood.  

We hope you will learn more about our community and our mission, staff, and programming. PSJC Shabbat services and most of our programming is open to non-members. We invite you to visit and learn more! Please introduce yourself to an usher or member of our staff if you are visiting. 

How do I Join?
For our new members, you can see our dues structure by clicking on the link. Download the new member application and email it back to us and Welcome to PSJC
For our renewing members, click here to submit your 2019-2020 PSJC Membership Renewal online.

If you need assistance with the online form or require a paper form, please email

High Holy Day Tickets
Members in good standing are welcome to purchase guest tickets. They are $300 each. You can indicate a desire to do so by filling out the 'Guest Ticket' portion of the membership renewal form. Note that youth and family services are open to members and non-members. 
We look forward to greeting you, your family and your friends on September 29th for Erev Rosh Hashanah services. 

Do you have a question?
If you have additional questions, we invite you to contact the PSJC office by email or phone at 718-768-1453.

Wed, January 27 2021 14 Shevat 5781