It’s time again for our annual membership meeting, when we elect new board members and get an update and a chance to discuss all that’s going on with the shul. Please make every effort to attend on Sunday, June 28, 10am. There will be bagels! And Shacharit beforehand, at 9am.
You should have received a mailing with important information and forms to fill out in advance of the meeting, including a proxy form in case you can’t make it to the meeting. Click here for a printable version of the proxy form.
Please note: YOU MUST BE A MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING IN ORDER TO ATTEND AND VOTE AT THE MEETING. Click here to become a member or renew your membership. Please also note that the board has voted to adjust the membership dues structure for the coming year. Details are included in the mailing and here.
For questions about membership, email email@example.com.
Think someone who’s not yet on the board of the shul should be? Click here for a form to nominate new candidates for the board!
3 days of Chag! Who has time to prepare and cook so many meals???
Don’t worry- the Stanton Street Shul took care of the first one for you!
We hope you can join us for Shabbat dinner (Friday night)! We will have services at 7:30, followed by dinner at (around) 8:30. The dinner costs $35 per person ($30 for Stanton members). Sponsorship opportunities are also available for $100 (and include dinner for two). You can register and pay for the dinner here: http://www.stantonstshul.com/shop-donate/
Registration will close at noon on Tuesday, May 19, so we can place the correct order. Limited space, please register ASAP to ensure a place at the table!
If you have any questions or feedback, or would like to coordinate future events, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you there!
We are honored to be included in the NY Landmarks Conservancy Sacred Sites Open House Weekend! It’s this weekend, May 16-17, and we are inviting the public to our shul on Shabbat morning for services and kiddush, and tours from 1-2pm. (Yes, the public is always invited to services and kiddush on Shabbat morning, but this week it’s being advertised to a slightly different and broader crowd, so expect some more unfamiliar faces than usual. And be nice!)
Watch the video below for more info about the program and click here for a complete list of participating sites in NYC. We extend a HUGE thank you to Elissa Sampson for including us in this special weekend and for volunteering to give tours of the shul to visitors (congregants are welcome on tours, too!).