Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester 2125 Westchester Ave, Rye, NY10580 Founded in 1953, Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester is a liberal, reform congregation located on Westchester Avenue in…More Rye. In addition to regular worship, the congregation offers religious education, youth group and community outreach programs. Visit the Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester website for a schedule of upcoming events.
Anthony J. Posillipo Community Center 32 Garibaldi Pl, Rye Brook, NY10573 The Anthony J. Posillipo Community Center focuses on the welfare of Rye Brook's senior citizens, working to engage,…More support and enrich its local community. The center offers hot meals and several activities and services including exercise classes, health-related screenings and lectures, and day and overnight trips.<br /><br />After school, in the evenings and on Saturday mornings, the center hosts an variety of recreational, social and enrichment activities for residents of all ages. These programs, including things like dancing and piano lessons, are sponsored by the Village Recreation Department.<br /><br />On weekends the center is available for use by community residents on a rental basis.
The Community Synagogue of Rye has made its goal to create a sacred community that reflects the vitality and…More rich diversity of Jewish practice. Started in 1948 by Rye families as a Reform Jewish Congregation, the synagogue is a Shabbat-centered congregation and welcomes all those who wish to explore and embrace Judaism.</p>
<p>The Community Synagogue has a religious education program for children and adults that engage in the study of Judaism and Jewish values.</p>
Frederick P. Clark & Associates 350 Theodore Fremd Ave, Rye, NY10580 Frederick P. Clark & Associates is a community planning service that takes into account transportation, development…More and environmental concerns to assure that community design projects do not overlook these essential elements. The company serves private developers, communities and public institutions.
Bethesda Baptist Church 136 William St, Rye Brook, NY10573 Bethesda Baptist Church is a small community church situated on the border of Rye Brook and Port Chester. Located on…More William Street, parishioners can find the church between Smith Street and South Pearl Street. Bethesda Baptist Church is presided over by Pastor Gerald Washington, and holds worship services on Sunday at 10am.
Meals On Wheels 321 Rye Beach Ave, Rye, NY10580 Meals On Wheels is a non-profit program providing meals to millions of seniors throughout the United States. Supported…More by community volunteers, the Meals on Wheels in Rye helps provide a ready-to-eat and nutritious meal to seniors who otherwise could not, or would not, eat properly. Volunteers prepare and package dinners to be delivered, organize schedules, make phone calls, load delivery vehicles and deliver meals.
Forever Families Through Adoption 62 Bowman Ave, Rye Brook, NY10573 Founded in 2007, Forever Families Through Adoption is a New York and Connecticut licensed adoption placement agency and…More resource center.
Garibaldi Park S Ridge St & Garibaldi Pl, Rye Brook, NY10573 Garibaldi Park is located on Garibaldi Place opposite the Anthony J. Posillipo Community Center. Featured at this…More facility are a tennis court, two basketball courts, a Little League baseball field, a playground and bathrooms.
Founded in 1995, Trinity Presbyterian Church is a new and fast-growing congregation in the Rye community, with plans…More in development for a new building. The congregation is led by the Rev. Dr. Craig R. Higgins.</p>
<p>Trinity Presbyterian's vision is to act as a worshipping community for the New York City metropolitan area through proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ in word, deed and lifestyle.</p>
<p>Trinity Presbyterian runs a variety of home study groups where members can discuss the bible and seek spiritual growth in a more intimate setting. </p>
The Rye Record 17 Elm Pl, Rye, NY10580 Created in 1996, The Rye Record is an independent newspaper designed to serve as a reputable journalism outlet for the…More Rye community. The Record covers local news, politics, business, arts and sports. A minimum of four special sections are published annually including Home, Garden, Schools and Holiday. For a community newspaper, The Rye Record has an especially strong arts section, including book, film and art exhibition reviews, as well as a column on concerts and cultural events.
In 1998, leaders in obstetrics and reproductive medicine founded Womens Integrated Network (WIN) Healthcare…More to advance the state of healthcare for women within the insurance industry. WIN has partnered with some of the nation's largest insurers on obstetric and infertility care for managed care plans, and strives to improve quality of treatment, while reducing medical and drug costs. </p>
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The Osborn 101 Theall Rd, Rye, NY10580 The Osborn is a retirement community located on 56 acre campus, one mile from the Long Island Sound in Rye.…More The community offers independent and assisted living oppportunities for the retired, the elderly and the infirm, with a skilled, on-site rehabilitation, nursing and home health care staff. For a comprehensive overview of the community's amenities and features, visit the Osborn Web site.
The Wainwright House is a "learning center dedicated to inspiring greater understanding through body, mind, spirit…More and community."</p>
<p>The Wainwright House is the oldest non-sectarian holistic learning center in the United States. The center holds various holistic classes, programs and retreats, as well as brings in guest speakers. In addition to holistic programs, the organization also rents space in the house for business meetings, weddings, art shows and book signings. The Rye YMCA holds yoga classes in the carriage house. It is a large, grey stone building that overlooks beautiful scenic views of the Long Island Sound.</p>