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.
Please join us for a very special kiddush featuring Rabbi Alan J Yuter, father of our own Rabbi Josh Yuter. Rabbi Alan Yuter is Rabbi Emeritus of the Orthodox Congregation Israel of Springfield, NJ, where he served with distinction for 15 years, and more recently the former rabbi of Congregation B’Nai Israel in downtown Baltimore. He has been a Professor of History and Jewish Studies at Touro College for 10 years. Rabbi Yuter has received multiple ordinations, completed a Ph.D. in Modern Hebrew Literature at New York University, and has written dozens of articles on the subjects of Biblical Exegesis and Jewish Law.
Please join us for our annual Shavuot dinner, featuring a delicious dairy meal and followed by member-led Jewish learning, on Tuesday, May 14th, the first night of Shavuot, at 8:30pm. Dinner will be held after Maariv services.
Please click here to register online, or go to www.stantonstshul.com/shop-donate.
Sign up before May 10th for the early bird rate of $26 per person. After May 10th, the price goes up to $29 per person.
Sponsorships are also available: $100 for 2 meals, $200 for 4 meals.
If you are interested in speaking at the post-dinner learning session (you can talk about anything you want as long as it’s Judaism-related), please contact Rabbi Yuter at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, April 26, 2013
Join us for Kabbalat Shabbat services and sumptuous dinner at one of the most charming sacred sites on the LES, the Stanton Street Shul!
Thank you to the Committee for the Lower East Side for their sponsorship of this event.
Time: 6:45 PM
Meeting Place: Stanton Street Shul, 180 Stanton Street
Fees/Info: $45 (Advanced payment required), please click here to register.
For Shabbat hospitality in the community, please contact Laurie at the Conservancy at (212) 374-4100 extension 1 or email at email@example.com.
In a joint program with Uri L’Tzedek, Rabbi Yuter will speak about the impact and responsibility of communal memory from a Torah and social justice perspective.
The program is sponsored by Hannah Rothstein in memory of her son, Yosef. A light dinner will be served.
This class is open to men and women of all backgrounds.