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5783 High Holidays Schedule

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Monday, October 10th, 9:30am Services in Shul followed by kiddush in sukkah in Siempre Verde Garden

Tuesday, October 11th, 9:30am Services in Shul kiddush in sukkah in Siempre Verde Garden


Shmini Atzeret:

Monday, October 17th, 9:30am Services in Shul


Simchat Torah:

Tuesday, October 18th, 9:30am Services in Shul followed by kiddush meal

Women's Tefillah Group Torah reading in beit midrash/downstairs


COVID Policy for High Holiday Services

REGISTER to upload proof of vaccination and reserve a seat. This is meant to ensure the health and well-being of all of our members and friends.

Guest Rabbi  Ari Blech Joins Us for High Holidays

Rabbi Ari Blech is a graduate of Yeshiva University where he studied English and Philosophy as befits someone planning to work in the Rabbinate and not get a “real job.” At YU, Rabbi Blech studied under Rabbi Michael Rosensweig. He also picked up enough writing awards to help his parents shep a lot of nachas, which as an only son is really the very least he could do.

Rabbi Blech received his semicha from Chabad and has spent the last four years helping successfully build Bradley Beach, NJ into a year-round community. An 11th generation Rabbi, and the most eclectic example to date, Ari and his wife Alaethia (plus their adorable dog Eden, and cats, Kugel and Agape) love hosting guests, playing Rose and Thorn, learning, teaching, laughing, and–as of two weeks ago, Sunday–Stand Up Paddleboarding.

Release of 5783 Stanton Annual Bulletin

Women's Tefillah Group  Services

Torah Reading on Simchat Torah on October 18th


Shabbat Parashat Chayei Sarah on Nov 19th

Shabbat Parashat Bo on Jan 28th

Shabbat Parashat Emor on May 6th

Shabbat Parashat Korach on June 24th


Rosh Chodesh Tevet on Sunday Dec. 25th (also Hanukkah)

Rosh Chodesh Sivan on Sunday May 21st


WTG services often include a dvar Torah given by a member of the group. If you are interested in more information, or to play a particular role in the services, please be in touch!

Visit Art Exhibit in Balcony!

StantonKids Programming for  5783

Special Event on SUNDAY October 9th:
Sukkah Decorating in Siempre Verde Garden

Community Garden across the street from the shul



Join us for Shabbat on the following dates:


October 22nd
November 5th
and 12th
December 3rd
and 17th
January 7th
and 21st
February 4th
and 25th
March 4th
and 18th
April 1st
and 22nd
May 13th
and 20th
June 3rd
and 17th 

All StantonKIDS gatherings include Shabbat tefiloth (prayers), a Torah service, kiddush, a special healthy snack, and interactive, hands-on activities relating to Jewish themes and holidays.

We hope to hold family-friendly Sunday events for Purim, Sukkot, and Lag B’Omer, often celebrating them in the Siempre Verde Garden—a community garden across the street from The Stanton Street Shul. 

Our professional children’s programming is provided at no cost. We ask that community members and participants alike help support StantonKIDS by making a donation. Here’s one easy way: sponsor a program in honor of your family’s or child’s simcha. 

Become a Member of The Stanton Street Shul


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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. 

The Stanton Street Shul COVID PROTOCOLS
(as of April 1, 2022)

Masks optional in the main sanctuary and lower level.

Masks required in the shul gallery/balcony.

Attendees must provide proof of vaccination and are welcome to attend our weekly kiddush downstairs following shacharit services. 

Anyone who seeks extra safety precautions is welcome to sit in our gallery for services with the doors open. Stanton is a safe place whatever your COVID concerns.

Please be considerate of the health and safety of your fellow congregants.

We care deeply about the safety of our community. Our policy will be updated based on prevailing public health guidelines and conditions.

Shul History in Pictures

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

Fri, October 7 2022 12 Tishrei 5783