Shabbat Services

Kabbalat Shabbat

August 17, 2018 - 6:15 pm

From June 22–September 1 Kabbalat Shabbat will take place at 4 E. 90th Street

Make a break with the work week and recharge your spirit as we warmly welcome Shabbat together. Our Kabbalat Shabbat service is musical, lively, social, and family friendly. A live band adds rhythm, moving everyone to sing along. After the closing song, we schmooze and enjoy a sweet treat before going home for Shabbat dinner.

Parashat HaShavua

August 18, 2018 - 9:00 am

Sat | 9:00 am | Ramaz Upper School at 60 East 78th St.

An engaging study of the morning’s Torah portion, ending just in time to join the community in the Sanctuary for the Torah service.

Shabbat Morning Service

August 18, 2018 - 9:45 am

From June 22 – September 1, Shabbat Morning Services will be held at The Ramaz Upper School at 60 East 78th Street. Kiddush and Minha will be held at the same location.

Rabbi Elliot J. Cosgrove, Rabbi Neil Zuckerman, and Rabbi Ethan Witkovsky preach and conduct services together with Cantor Azi Schwartz, and Cantor Rachel Brook, with Colin Fowler at the organ, the Synagogue Choir, and the Synagogue Band.  After the service, meet friends and have a snack at Kiddush.

Minha is 20 minutes after the end of services.

Kabbalat Shabbat

September 7, 2018 - 6:15 pm
Main Sanctuary

Make a break with the work week and recharge your spirit as we warmly welcome Shabbat together. Our Kabbalat Shabbat service is musical, lively, social, and family friendly. A live band adds rhythm, moving everyone to sing along. After the closing song, we schmooze and enjoy a sweet treat before going home for Shabbat dinner.

Shabbat Morning Service

September 8, 2018 - 9:45 am
Main Sanctuary

Rabbi Elliot J. Cosgrove, Rabbi Neil Zuckerman, and Rabbi Ethan Witkovsky preach and conduct services together with Cantor Azi Schwartz, and Cantor Rachel Brook, with Colin Fowler at the organ, the Synagogue Choir, and the Synagogue Band.  After the service, meet friends and have a snack at Kiddush.

Minha is 20 minutes after the end of services.

Services are usually held in the main sanctuary from September to June, but may be in the chapel. During the summer, services are in the lower level.

Havurah

September 29, 2018 - 10:15 am

Sat | Sep 29 | 10:15 am | Eli M Black Lifelong Learning Center
Havurah is an intimate, family-friendly, congregant-led, participatory service that meets every few weeks during the fall, winter and spring. People of all ages and skills attend, and many people take turns leading, davening, reading Torah and Haftarah, and facilitating Torah discussions. Rabbi Witkovsky serves as guide and teacher.

Havurah

October 20, 2018 - 10:15 am

Sat | Oct 20 | 10:15 am | Eli M Black Lifelong Learning Center
Havurah is an intimate, family-friendly, congregant-led, participatory service that meets every few weeks during the fall, winter and spring. People of all ages and skills attend, and many people take turns leading, davening, reading Torah and Haftarah, and facilitating Torah discussions. Rabbi Witkovsky serves as guide and teacher.

Havurah

November 17, 2018 - 10:15 am

Sat | Nov 17 | 10:15 am | Eli M Black Lifelong Learning Center
Havurah is an intimate, family-friendly, congregant-led, participatory service that meets every few weeks during the fall, winter and spring. People of all ages and skills attend, and many people take turns leading, davening, reading Torah and Haftarah, and facilitating Torah discussions. Rabbi Witkovsky serves as guide and teacher.

Havurah

December 15, 2018 - 10:15 am

Sat | Dec 15 | 10:15 am | Eli M Black Lifelong Learning Center
Havurah is an intimate, family-friendly, congregant-led, participatory service that meets every few weeks during the fall, winter and spring. People of all ages and skills attend, and many people take turns leading, davening, reading Torah and Haftarah, and facilitating Torah discussions. Rabbi Witkovsky serves as guide and teacher.

Havurah

January 12, 2019 - 10:15 am

Sat | Jan 12 | 10:15 am | Eli M Black Lifelong Learning Center
Havurah is an intimate, family-friendly, congregant-led, participatory service that meets every few weeks during the fall, winter and spring. People of all ages and skills attend, and many people take turns leading, davening, reading Torah and Haftarah, and facilitating Torah discussions. Rabbi Witkovsky serves as guide and teacher.