Welcome to the website of the Young Israel of New Rochelle led by Rabbi Reuven Fink.

A member of the National Council of Young Israel, YINR has grown dramatically in recent years and serves 380 member families of all ages. YINR and the greater New Rochelle Jewish community provide a wide range of programs, services and other infrastructure.

We are located in the Wykagyl section of New Rochelle, often referred to as the “Queen City of the Sound.” New Rochelle is just 30 minutes to New York City by train or car and was recently selected by Business Week as one of the best places to raise kids.


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RUACH.  The next Ruach program will be Wednesday, September 25 for “The Jonathan Pollard Case: Miscarriage of Justice? Maybe Not…” presented by Aytan Adler. Lunch is at 12:30pm followed by the event at 1:15pm.  Please click here for the complete schedule of September Ruach programs.


CARLEBACH MINYAN.  There will be a Carlebach Kabbalat Shabbat Minyan this Shabbat, Friday, September 20 at 6:45pm in the Beit Midrash.


SEPHARDIC MINYAN.  There will be a Sephardic Minyan this Shabbat, Saturday, September 21 starting at 8:30am in MP3/4 and moving to the Beit Midrash.


SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE. YINR is proud to welcome Rabbi Dr. Jeremy Wieder as our scholar-in-residence this Shabbat, September 20-21. 


SELICHOT AT YINR.  There will be pre Selichot kumzitz at 11:00pm on Saturday night, September 21. Join singer/musician Shlomo Golombeck and hear words of chizuk from Rabbi Fink and Rabbi Axelrod. Selichot will follow at midnight in the Main Sanctuary. There will be an additional Selichot service in the Beit Midrash at 12:50am.


SHAATNEZ TESTING. There will be shaatnez testing available at YINR on Sunday, September 22 from 8:00am to 2:00pm.


Parshat Ki Tavo

Candle Lighting: 6:38pm

 Mincha: 6:45pm


       Hashkama Minyan: 7:45am

       Sephardic Minyan: 8:30am

       8:30 Minyan: 8:30am

       Main Minyan: 9:00am

       Teen Minyan: 9:15am

Mincha: 6:15pm

Shabbat Ends: 7:36pm