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This Week's Schedule & High Holiday Registration

Erev Shabbat, September 22, 2023 (7 Tishrei)
Candle Lighting at 6:36pm

Shabbat Shuva Ha'Azinu, September 23, 2023 (8 Tishrei)
9:30am Services, followed by a Kiddush open to all

Havdalah at 7:32pm

Full Yom Kippur Schedule:
Candle Lighting at 6:32pm
Sunday, September 24th, 6:30pm Kol Nidre Services
Monday, September 25th, 9am Services, 4:45 Mincha & 6pm Neilah, followed by a Break-fast at 7:30pm.

Havdalah at 7:29pm

Spend the High Holidays with Stanton!
Time is Running Out! Register here today to reserve your spot for our 5784 High Holiday programming for Yom Kippur, including services and break-fast. Please note that this year, there is an option for families and caregivers to join family-friendly, educational, and fun-filled High Holiday services. Please see more details below.

On Yom Kippur (September 25th), Rabbanit Cahana, Our Scholar Intern and an Educator at Manhattan Day School, will be leading High Holiday services for children and their families and/or caregivers. Services will be held from 10:30am-12:00pm, and will consist of a fun and explanatory program including singing, prayer, and other interactive activities. Snacks will be provided for children, and as part of programming, the group will have access to the Siempre Verde Garden across the street from the Shul. Families must register ahead of time for the service/s they plan to attend. Please note that any children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult.

Membership Announcement:
Renew Your Membership or Consider Joining Our Community Here!
Reach out to Brina at with any questions.

We Need Your Feedback:
Have you had a chance to attend programming with Dvir, Rabbinic Student Intern, and Shalhevet, Scholar in Residence Intern? Provide us with your (anonymous) feedback here. We'd love to hear from you!


If Not Higher: A High Holidays Mini Series on Yiddish FolktalesTaught by Rabbanit Shahevet Cahana, Our Scholar Intern

Missed Part 1? Watch it Here
Missed Part 2? Watch it Here.

Women's Tefillah Group  Services

Women's Tefillah Group Schedule for 5784

Exciting News: Our Upcoming Dates for Services/Torah Reading This Year are Announced Below! We look forward to seeing you at services.

Torah Reading (with aliyot for all) on Simchat Torah morning - October 8
Shabbat Parshat Chayei Sarah - November 11
Shabbat Parshat Beshalach - January 27
Megillat Esther on Purim night - March 23
Shabbat Parshat Emor - May 18

If you would like to layn, lead services, or give a d'var Torah with us, or if you have questions, please be in touch!


'Together Again' Art Show at Stanton

StantonKids Programming for  5783

Shabbat Programming for 5784

Our Upcoming Program Dates for 5784 Are Below - We Can't Wait to See You & Your Little Ones There!

October 14 and October 28
November 4 and November 18
December 2 and December 16
January 6 and January 20
February 3 and February 10
March 2 and March 16
April 6 and April 20
May 4 and May 11
June 1 and June 15

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. 

Release of 5783 Stanton Annual Bulletin

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.

Vaccines are strongly recommended.

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, September 22 2023 7 Tishrei 5784