The Stanton Street Shul is a historic, intimate, and vibrant Orthodox congregation serving the diverse Jewish population in Lower Manhattan. We attract and welcome Jews of all religious, educational, and cultural backgrounds from the Lower East Side, Alphabet City, East and West Villages, Stuyvesant Town, and Tribeca.
The Stanton St. Shul will once again be selling chametz in advance of Passover. If you would like to sell your chametz through the shul, please use this form.
Join us on Saturday night, March 15th, after Shabbat for one of two readings of Megillat Esther. Upstairs in the main sanctuary there will be a traditional reading while downstairs there will be a women’s megillah reading. If you’re interested in layning or want to find out more about the women’s reading, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Maariv and megillah readings will begin at 8:15pm.
After megillah reading, it’s time to party at our annual Purim Extravaganza and Talent Show! Food and drinks will be served. Talents will be shared. It will be a blast. Sign up to share your talent by clicking here. Registration is limited, and on a first come, first serve basis.
Finally, come back the next morning, Sunday, March 16th, for Shacharit services at 9:00am and another traditional megillah reading.
There will be hamantaschen!
Following a time honored Jewish tradition, this December 24th at 7pm The Stanton St. Shul will be having it’s annual Chinese Dinner an a Movie! This year we will be showing the award winning Israeli documentary “The Rabbi’s Daughter,” with a visit from filmmaker Racheli Vasserman herself!
The film is based on Vasserman’s personal experience growing up as the daughter of a modern orthodox Rabbi in the city of Givatayim. Through the eyes of three daughters of rabbis, the film raises several questions regarding relationships, acceptance and disappointments between a community leader and his daughter and between parents and children.
The cost is $18 per person with the scrumptious Chinese dinner provided by Eden Wok (with vegetarian options). Tickets may be purchased at the door.
This program is generously supported by the UJA-Federation of NY.
May the New Year Bring Only Blessings. And may those blessings include those of being able to come together as a community in a historic Lower East Side synagogue. Help support the Shul by joining us for our free High Holiday services which are open to all and by supporting the Shul in its work. Click here to ensure that we can continue delivering our exceptional programming and services.
Wednesday September 4
Erev Rosh Hashana
Candle Lighting: 7:04pm
Minha / Ma’ariv: 7:00pm
Thursday September 5
Friday September 6
Saturday September 7
Friday September 13
Saturday September 14
Wednesday September 18 – Erev Sukkot
Candle Lighting: 6:40pm
Minha / Ma’ariv: 6:40pm
Thursday September 19
Friday September 20
Saturday September 21
Wednesday September 25
Thursday September 26
Simhat Torah Night
Friday September 27
Minha / Kabbat Shabbat: 6:25pm
Saturday September 28