Join us for a joyful Shabbat service In-Person on the 1st and 3rd Fridays, and on Zoom every Friday, led by one of our Co-Spiritual Leaders, Rabbi Susan Falk and Adam Feder. Check the homepage for this week's schedule.
Services begin at 6:30pm and end at 8pm. All Shabbat Services feature the inspiring music of The Shul Band led by Adam Feder. Our services are wheelchair accessible.
Perhaps you are celebrating a special event (a birth, baby-naming, engagement, wedding, anniversary, birthday, graduation, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, etc.). You may want to remember a loved one in a special way, or celebrate a return to health, or a new job, or whatever matters to you.
We welcome you to sponsor an Oneg to take part in this community affirming experience.
Simply choose a date, tell us who (or what) you'd like to honor or memorialize, make an optional donation (if you are able), and then join us at our In-person or Zoom Shabbat service.
The Shul of New York celebrates the High Holidays in our special home, the Angel Orensanz Foundation.
Please join us to experience our uplifting and moving services led by our Co-Spiritual Leaders Rabbi Susan Falk and Adam Feder, and, of course with Rabbi Emeritus Burt Siegel, the extraordinary music of the The Shul Band, and the entire Shul of New York Family!
Our Kid's High Holiday Programs, for children aged 12 and under, are held on the lower level of Orensanz during the morning services on both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
NOTE: We are proud to provide ASL interpretation at our High Holiday services. The Angel Orensanz Foundation is wheelchair accessible.
Where We Meet
The Shul of New York, the Shul without walls, does not have a permanent location, however, we are very fortunate to have found places we can call home, where we meet to pray, sing, dance, and generally raise the roof.
We hold our 1st and 3rd Friday In-person Shabbat Services, and other events, in the First Presbyterian Church House in Greenwich Village.
Angel Orensanz Foundation
The Shul of New York is proud to hold its High Holiday services, and other events like Shul Band Concerts, at the Angel Orensanz Foundation, New York's oldest, still-standing synagogue (the third oldest in the United States).