- Shacharit: Oct 21 at 7:45 am
- Mincha: Oct 21 at 5:50 pm
- Shacharit: Oct 22 at 7:45 am
- Candle Lighting: Oct 22 at 5:46 pm
- Mincha: Oct 22 at 5:50 pm
- Shacharit: Oct 23 at 9:00 am
- Mincha: Oct 23 at 5:45 pm
- Shabbat Ends: Oct 23 at 6:48 pm
October 23, 2021
Rabbi Arthur Schneier
Chief Cantor Yitzchak Meir Helfgot
Please be advised that Park East Synagogue has daily and Shabbat services in the Shul.
All non-members will need to pre-register for services. Proof of vaccination required for all individuals wishing to attend services, regardless of membership status.
Sign-up for weekly Shacharit, Mincha and Maariv Services (Sun-Fri)
Sign-up for weekly Shabbat Services (Fri/Sat)
Register for daily Minyan Services
Read the September/October issue of the Chronicle: Click here
Read the Simchat Torah issue of the Chronicle: Click here
We continue to send out a detailed emails with our plans for staying connected with our members.
Click here to join our email list.
Thursdays at 6:30PM on ZoomWe’re pleased to offer a new Adult Education online class taught by Lara Vosburgh. Students will learn to recite Hebrew prayers as well as the meaning behind the words, which have served as a source of inspiration, comfort and connection to Jewish people for thousands of years.
Our Day School Admissions Open House is open to parents of Toddlers through Grade 8 – and their children!
October 24, 2021, 10-11AM
Services • 6:00PM | Dinner • 6:45PM
Purchase tickets here.
**Please note that proof of vaccination is required to attend this event. Masks are required in the building except when eating or drinking.**
with Austrian Consul General Helene Steinhäusl
Please note that it takes 24 hours for your Minyan registration to be reviewed and approved. Any requests made after 4pm on Friday will not be reviewed or responded to until the following Monday. Please do not come to services without an email or phone call confirmation that your registration has been accepted and approved.
Please click here to register for Minyan in the Park East Synagogue.