Join us for the High Holidays 5783. Limited seats available.
We meet on Shabbat Friday evenings and Saturday mornings at unique venues on the Upper East Side. Fill out this digital connect card to get on the list and receive information.
We daven from 9:30-11:30a, with lively and inspirational communal singing, Torah reading, and community members sharing Torah ideas. During mussaf, Rabbi Goldschmidt shares his weekly message. A kiddush luncheon is served afterwards, at 11:40a. This is then followed by mincha (afternoon prayer), while Avital gives a Torah class for women.
We believe shul should be a family experience. Parents are welcome to bring their children into the services (and no, your baby won’t be shushed if she starts cooing). Simultaneously, we offer a drop-off babysitting program for children ages 2 and up, where the children are taught basic prayers, songs, and the weekly parsha; play games with prizes and snacks; and create Shabbat-friendly ‘food crafts’. It’s essential that parents have the chance to invest time into their own spiritual connection!
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