Sign In Forgot Password

Join us for a Joyous Sukkot at Stanton!

Sun, Oct 13/Tishrei 14 - Erev Sukkot
10:00a StantonKids Sukkah Decorating
6:01p Candle Lighting for Sukkot Day I
6:15p Mincha/Maariv 

Mon, Oct 14/Tishrei 15 - Sukkot Day 1
9:30a Shacharit 
12:00p Kiddush in the Sukkah at the Siempre Verde Garden
After 7:00p Candle Lighting for Day 2

Tue, Oct 15/Tishrei 16 - Sukkot Day 2
9:30a Shacharit 
12:00p Kiddush in the Sukkah at the Siempre Verde Garden
6:57p Havdalah

Fri, Oct 18 - Shabbat Chol HaMoed Sukkot
5:53p Candlelighting
5:55p Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat

Shabbat, Oct 19- Shabbat Chol HaMoed Sukkot

9:30a Shacharit

Drasha by Mordechai Silver

Followed by Kiddush in the Sukkah

Sun, Oct 20- Shmini Atzeret
5:50p Candlelighting
5:55p Mincha/Maariv

Mon, Oct 21/Tishrei 22 - Shmini Atzeret

9:30a Shacharit and Hallel

10:45a Yizkor

Musaf and Birchat Geshem led by Eli Shoshani

Kiddush sponsored by the Naharis


6:30p Mincha​​​​​​​

(Candlelighting after 6:49p)

7:00p Simchat Torah celebration! 


Tue, Oct 22/Tishrei 23- Simchat Torah

9:30a Shacharit

Hakafot and Torah Reading with Aliyot for men and women

Kiddush lunch sponsored by Alvin Goldstein

First Annual Women's Tefillah Group Dinner in the Sukkah -Thursday, October 17

The Stanton Women’s Tefillah Group is hosting a dinner in the Village View Sukkah (5th St between 1st Ave and Ave A) on Thursday, October 17 @ 6:30 pm. There's no charge, but sponsorships are available. Contact Margie Segal at for more information.

Simchat Torah  for All

Celebrate with the Torah! The Stanton Street Shul has lively Hakafot and Torah Reading with aliyot for all men and women who wish to participate.

Welcome to the Stanton Street Shul.

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.

Fri, October 18 2019 19 Tishrei 5780