Shabbat Morning Services

Shabbat morning services begin each Saturday morning at 10 a.m., following Torah study.

Shabbat Morning Services are led by Rabbi Emily and Cantor Melissa. They are grounded in music, guided by clergy, and celebratory of lay leadership. Zoom services are approximately an hour and a half in length and include a mix of Hebrew (with transliteration provided), with both traditional egalitarian and interpretive translations. If you would like to join us for services, please email Joan for Zoom access.

Torah Study

On Saturday mornings, preceding services, from 9 to 10 a.m., our Rabbi leads a group exploration of the weekly Torah portion, incorporating traditional rabbinic, Hasidic, and contemporary interpretations, as well as the insights of participants. We seek to discover points of resonance between our lives and the Torah narrative, and lessons which might guide us in our daily lives and inform our efforts to repair the world. All are welcome; no prior background or knowledge required. 

Shabbat for Children

Tot Shabbat

We hold services for children 0-4 years old every Shabbat morning at 11:30 a.m., year-round, featuring songs, prayer, parent-child interaction, and stories.  Join us any week -- drop-ins are welcome!  Email Rachel Oshrin at for Zoom access.

Shirat Shabbat

[temporarily suspended]
Every THIRD Saturday morning at 11:15 AM
we have services for school-age children and their parents, featuring songs from Saturday morning liturgy with our Cantor teaching an interactive Parashah of the week from the Torah.

Kef Kids

Kef Kids is a unique bi-weekly, experiential, fun, Shabbat program for kids, ages 4-7, that meets Shabbat afternoons twice a month, from 2:00 - 3:30 pm.  This is the entry point for 4-7  year-olds to our JFLL education program.  For enrollment information, please email Rachel Oshrin at


190 Amsterdam Avenue (at 69th Street)
New York, NY 10023
Phone: (212) 579-0777
Fax: (212) 579-2669
Email: office [at]
Affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist movement, Reconstructing Judaism

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