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Shavuot Schedule  at Stanton

Sunday night, May 16th, 2021
7:50pm Mincha
Rabbi's Shiur in between Mincha and Maariv.
8:30pm Maariv
9pm Dinner with learning, in-person at shul, for vaccinated members.
Fill in Survey if interested.
 

Monday, May 17th, 2021
Morning Services
 

Tuesday afternoon, May 18th, 2021
Morning Services
Shavuot Kiddush Outdoors

StantonKIDS Celebrates Shavuot

Tuesday May 18th, at 10:30 am
StantonKIDS will host an outdoor kids program on the second day of Shavuot in the Siempre Verde garden directly across from the Shul. Morah Aliza Deutsch will lead kids in fun, socially-distanced Shavuot-themed activities. 

Masks are required. 
 

Sponsored by Rivky & David Friedman in memory of Rivky's father, Solomon Honig

Fill out the Shavuot SURVEY to help us plan accordingly. 

Welcome Rabbi Leead Staller and Shoshana Bachrach

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Since Rosh Hashanah of 5781, we have been blessed with a new Rabbi at our shul. Rabbi Leead and Shoshana have brought great light to our community. They teach us, share with us, inspire us and strengthen our bonds.

If you would like to suggest an idea or ask a question, write Rabbi Leead an email.  

JOIN US ON ZOOM

If anyone would like assistance from the Stanton community during this challenging time, please email chesed@stantonstshul.com. A list of resources is available here.

Connect with us virtually for now, and we hope to see you in person again soon.

We're a vibrant and  warm congregation
in the heart of the Lower East Side.

The Stanton Street Shul is a unique, intimate Modern Orthodox congregation. Located at 180 Stanton Street, in a lovingly restored historic building, we serve the diverse population of Lower Manhattan and beyond.

Stanton is home to a vibrant and growing community. People of all ages, backgrounds, and levels of observance gather for weekly Shabbat services and lively kiddushim, life-cycle events, beginner and advanced level classes, kids programming, women’s tefillah services, young professional events, guest lectures, holiday and garden parties, community dinners, chesed activities, art exhibits, music performances, cultural events, tours and more.

We celebrate diversity while focusing on what we share in common, welcoming all who seek a place of heartfelt Jewish prayer and community, guided by our motto,

“All are welcome, all  feel welcome.”

Click here to read our full mission statement, and core principles.

Come visit and  join us. We'd love to meet you.

Shul History in Pictures

Click HERE to see more great photos from our long history as a landsmannschaft shul on the Lower East Side. 

Purim Mishloach Manot Project

We are pleased to announce the 2021 COVID-safe version of celebrating the mitzvot of Purim at The Stanton Street Shul. With a $180 donation your Purim greetings will be sent out to the entire Shul community in our Pre-Purim weekly newsletter and a dedicated Purim email. In addition, your donation will fund a mishloach manot food package for shul members who live alone. Lastly, your donation will provide Matanot l’Evyonim.

Our Chesed & Social Action Committee will have the Mishloach Manot available for pick-up on Purim day--Friday, February 26th at 10am, or home delivered.
If you are interested in volunteering to distribute gift packages or if you know any members who live alone, please contact our shul Administrator.

Please make your contribution (and select Mishloach Manot in drop-down menu) by February 15th to be included in this unique opportunity.

We sincerely hope that our entire community remains healthy, safe and hopeful as the COVID vaccine rolls out. While we remain apart, we navigate ways to keep our Shul active and thriving. We hope that you will celebrate Purim in meaningful and safe ways and will contribute to our Mishloach Manot 2021 project.

Please note: by donating you are not fulfilling the mitzvah of mishloach manot.  That must be done individually. The same goes for Matanot l'Evyonim.  

Mon, May 17 2021 6 Sivan 5781