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Welcome to the Stanton Street Shul.

All In-Person Services and Programs are Canceled

Out of an abundance of caution, and a particular effort to protect the most vulnerable members of our community, we are canceling services this Shabbat and encouraging community members to pray at home. As we all navigate this unprecedented situation and seek to mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus, we will be evaluating on a weekly basis whether to hold services at Stanton. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

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.

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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.

Lately at Stanton

Dory Bergman with her artwork at the Utopia: Visions & Traditions exhibition (Yiddish New York at Stanton).

Restored Mazal Elul in the Stanton main sanctuary. To learn more about the Stanton Mazalot wall murals, click here.

Rabbinic Intern Jason Goldstein lighting the chanukiah.

Members singing at the freylich Chanukah party.

Fri, April 3 2020 9 Nisan 5780