Welcome to your home on the Upper East Side.
Our doors have been open for regular daily services since 1890. We are proud to say that in all that time, we have not missed a minyan. We have services twice a day, both in the morning and in the evening, and we serve the local community, as well as visitors, tourists, and people with relatives in the hospital. Opportunities abound for special prayers for the sick, and meaningful, spiritual experiences.
Our services are followed in the morning by a sumptuous breakfast, and in the evening with a light collation.
We are a home for our members in times of joy and sadness—a place where one can say Kaddish in memory of a loved one, name a child, and/or celebrate another life cycle event.