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is November 30th, 2021



UPCOMING EVENTS--Mark Your Calendar and JOIN US

Jan. 2022 - Shul Art Gallery Launch Upstairs in the Balcony

Feb. 2022 - Monologues from the Makom: Intertwined Narratives of Sexuality

Great Dinner and Drive Last Weekend

This photo was taken in the lull before the storm. One hundred young people enjoyed a stress-free shabbat dinner following services last Friday night. We opened our doors to the wider community, and they showed up in droves! 

Some feedback from the crowd:

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Friday night at Stanton Street was awesome. Seeing old friends and meeting lots of new people reminded me of how outgoing the downtown community is. Came for the davening, stayed for the Izzys, coming back soon!” - Yoni Cooper

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐️ “It was amazing seeing so many people from the community come together for Shabbat services and dinner. I didn’t even know so many people my age lived in the area and I’m so grateful to Stanton street for bringing us all together!” - Nina Rohr

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐️ “The Young Persons Shabbat dinner was sensational! As someone who is new-ish to New York and to The Stanton Street Shul, it was a joy to bring in and enjoy Shabbat with so many wonderful young Jews from across the city. I left the dinner excited to be a part of this wonderful shul, and optimistic this community will continue to be diverse, dynamic, and thrive!“ - Ariel Halpern

Kislev Clothing Drive

The Stanton Street Shul collected and delivered over a dozen LARGE bags of clothing for the Bowery Mission. A big thank you to our donors, volunteers and to Brina Chu for organizing the event. Stay tuned for more Chesed/Social Action Committee events.











The Stanton Street Shul COVID PROTOCOLS
(as of September 1, 2021)
We care deeply about the safety of our community. 
All attendees must wear a mask.
Attendees must provide proof of vaccination. 
Please be considerate of the health of our community.

Welcome Intern Emily Goldberg Winer to Stanton!

Emily Goldberg Winer is so excited to be joining the Stanton Street Shul community this year. She loves community building and sharing Torah with people from all walks of life and across generations.  Her most recent positions include rabbinic intern at Congregation Beth Sholom/Talmud Torah, the Columbia/Barnard Hillel, visiting chaplain at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility, community educator at Brandeis, and teen coordinator at the Hebrew Home of Riverdale. She completed a unit of Clinical Pastoral Education at New York Presbyterian Hospital, the Jewish Innovation Fellowship at the 92nd Street Y, the Join for Justice Fellowship, and the rabbinic student fellowship at Shalom Hartman Institute. A Wexner Graduate Fellow and Master’s student at Yeshiva University, Emily loves pluralism and interfaith dialogue. She has engaged in programs rooted in religious diversity, first among fellow Jews at the Bronfman Youth Fellowship and Drisha, and later across faiths at the Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding, Tanenbaum, and Auburn Seminary. A South Florida native, Emily graduated Magna Cum Laude from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA with degrees in Religion and Jewish Studies. She lives in Riverdale with her husband Jonah, a student at YCT, and together they can be found reading, petting dogs, adding puns into regular conversations, and facetiming Jonah’s bubbie.

Welcome  To Our New Board of Trustees and Officers

At our recent General Membership meeting, we elected a new Board of Trustees. We welcome our newest Trustees, Mona Klaber, Lina Morales and Jeremy Newberger as well as all returning, and reelected Trustees. Thank you so very much for your commitment and service to our shul!

Become a Member of The Stanton Street Shul


Patron Level

Family Level

Individual Level

Under 35 Level (NEW!)

Out-of-Town Family Level

Out-of-Town Individual Level


If you are already a member, it's time to renew your membership for the new calendar year at our shul. Please consider increasing your membership level.

If you are not a member, please consider joining!! We'd love to have you. 

Our next General Membership meeting will take place on Sunday, August 1st in person and via ZOOM

Hadar Institute Bestows Ateret Zvi Prize on Rabbi Staller!

The Hadar Institute presents the Ateret Zvi Prize in Hiddushei Torah each year to an outstanding essay displaying rigorous scholarship and religious insight.

This year Rabbi Staller is being awarded this prize based on his Hanukah drasha for Shabbat Vayeshev written for our shacharit service on December 12th, 2020.

Watch a recording of the award ceremony here. 

ZOOM Gala Journal

Photos from ZOOM Gala 2021

ZOOM Gala  2021

Watch a recording of the ZOOM Gala here. 

Welcome Rabbi Leead Staller and Shoshana Bachrach


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.  


If anyone would like assistance from the Stanton community during this challenging time, please email 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. 

Sat, December 4 2021 30 Kislev 5782