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A Small Shul With A Big Impact In The Heart Of The Upper West Side
No Matter Your Background, You Belong Here
A Spiritual Home Where You Can Embrace Or Reconnect With Judaism
Pursuing Justice And Working To Repair The World
Flexible Membership So Everyone Can Join
Ha Matmid (ZOOM ONLY) Sat, Feb 24 2024, 2 - 3:30pm Saturday, February 10, the HaMatmid topic is Havdalah: Rules and Prayers. Although it began as a way to study the books of the Tanach beyond the Torah, over the past decade we have studied many…
A Cultural History of Fiddler on the Roof Mon, Feb 26 2024, 7 - 8:30pm REMEMBER, "IF I WERE A RICH MAN......." From, "FIDDLER ON THE ROOF"? Since its debut in 1964, "Fiddler on the Roof" has inspired religious conversions and secular satire; its songs have been…
Torah on Tuesdays with Susan Schorr Tue, Feb 27 2024, 7:30 - 9pm All are welcome to join our ongoing study of the Torah!   We read the text (in English) and consider it from the perspectives of literature, sacred text, religious mythology, family lore, psychology…

Join Us for Shabbat

Whoever you are and wherever you are, please join us for a Shabbat service. 

Shabbat Services are both In Person, and Online:
Friday evenings at 6:00pm  (6:00pm start time January 5 through March 8)
     (EXCEPT for the fifth Friday of the month)
Saturday mornings at 10:00am

Fifth Fridays (if any) are Online Only
The monthly Rosh Chodesh service and the fifth Friday HaMinyan Kabbalat Shabbat are online only.

To attend in person, simply come by during one of our regularly scheduled services.  Walk-in guests are always welcome (please check calendar first). We are located at 190 Amsterdam Avenue (at W. 69th Street).

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By Rabbi Emily & Cantor Melissa on Jun 24 2022

Even as many of us knew this day was likely coming, it hurts. The right to abortion is an issue of religious liberty…

By Rabbi Emily & Cantor Melissa on Jun 09 2022

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By Rabbi Emily on May 25 2022

On a sunny April afternoon when I was in 6th grade, our English teacher called us back from free reading time, sat…

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Diversity and Inclusion

We are a progressive community where people from every background take active part in synagogue life.

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