Sutton Summer is a 8 week camp, June 12th to August 2nd, for toddlers and preschoolers. Camp at Sutton Place Synagogue is designed to be a nurturing and engaging first camp experience for children. Our dynamic program includes water play, art, sports instruction, cooking, outdoor play, pow wow, weekly specialists, group games, shabbat, and so Read More
Passover is right around the corner! Here is a checklist to help you prepare yourself and your home for the Holiday of Matza! Information about sale of Chametz How to search for Chametz in your home Information about the Passover Fund Rabbinical Assembly guide to keeping Kosher for Passover Suggested Readings about Passover A comprehensive Read More
Thursday, March 28 – Doors open 6:30pm, Seder at 7:00pmWe invite you to take a spiritural journey celebrating women throughout Jewish history!
Friday, March 8 at 6:15 pm Join Rabbi Rachel Ain and Cantor Dov Keren for our Friday night musical service with pianist Gon Halevi, guitarist Tal Yahalom, vocalist Inbar Goldmann, percussionist David Silliman and violinist Joel Arthur Batya Shmueli will be delivering the Friday night D’var Torah. She will speak about being an Ethiopian-Israeli and Read More
Guest Speaker: BARRY SCOTT WIMPFHEIMER professor of Religious Studies at Northwestern Thanks to the generosity of our devoted member Irving Sitnick, in memory of Linda Sitnick, and in partnership with the Jewish Book Council, each SPS member was mailed a copy of Dr. Wimpfheimer’s latest book: The Talmud: A Biography. On Saturday, March 16th as part of Read More
The richness of NYC is in its diversity. This three session program, led by SPS Members, will explore how NYC can be seen as a microcosm for the American Jewish Experience Jewish Immigration and Religious Groups: How did the immigrant experience of the Jewish community in the late 19th and early 20th century impact the makeup of the Jewish community today. We will look Read More
RABBI IGGY GURIN-MALOUS of the T’Shuvah Center Friday, February 15 following services Rabbi Iggy will speak at the Young Professionals’ Shabbat Dinner on the topic of “Addiction, Recovery, and the Opioid Crisis: How Judaism and Spirituality Can be Tools for Saving Lives” Click here to register Saturday, February 16, services begin 9:15 am Rabbi Iggy will speak during Read More
Tuesday, January 22 at 7 pm in the SPS Ballroom This is a fun social activity that you do not want to miss! Games include Mahjong, Canasta, Scrabble, Rummikub, and Poker. You are more than welcome to bring your own games and bring friends. You will also meet new people too. Cost: $10 includes light Read More