From our engaging and interactive Shabbat services, to our highly regarded family center, nursery and religious schools, to the activities we offer for everyone from pre-schoolers to seniors, Sutton Place Synagogue provides spiritual and social opportunities for every segment of our congregation – in an environment where new members are quickly embraced and long-time members Read More
Hinei Mah Tov Umanayim, Shevet Achim Gam Yachad How Beautiful it is When We Sit Together Our congregation has spent more than a year focusing on what a sacred space means, and in the coming months we will complete the first phase of our sanctuary renovation. Some might be asking, “Why? Isn’t the synagogue already Read More
There will be several opportunities over the course of the summer for people to participate in focus groups for the Cantor Search. There are meetings already set for the following times: • Focus group after Shabbat Kiddush on June 29 and August 3 • Focus group at Religious Observance Committee on Tuesday, July 2 • Read More
Wednesday, June 12 at 7:30 pm Annual Reports Presentation of Budget for new Fiscal Year Election of Officers & Trustees Refreshments
Thursday, June 6th at 7 pm 2019-2020 Installation of Officers conducted by Rabbi Ain PLUS Jamie Bernstein, author, broadcaster, filmmaker, and the oldest daughter of distinguished composer-conductor Leonard Bernstein, will be the special speaker
Tuesday, May 21, 7:00 pmLocation: 92nd Street Y (1395 Lexington Ave. between 91 and 92nd Street on Lexington) Join us as we experience an evening of magical live radio with the creators of the award-winning radio show and podcast, “Israel Story” — known as “the Israeli ‘This American Life.’” With its engaging blend of live storytelling, Read More
Please join us in honoring NATALIE KENT, WLSPS 2019 TORAH FUND HONOREE, at the MetroNorth Region / Metropolitan Area Women’s League for Conservative Judasim Torah Fund Dinner. Thursday, May 16 at 3:30 pm; check-in begins at 6 pm Dinner Couvert: $50 per person; Donation to Torah Fund Required Everyone welcome – Men and Women! Guest Read More
Wednesday, May 8th at 7 pm Join us to commemorate Yom Hazikaron (Israel’s Memorial Day) through the reading of poetry and prayers and then transition to a celebration of Yom Ha’atzmaut (Israel’s Independence Day).
Wednesday, May 1 at 7 pm A night of remembrance with the traditional Survivors Candlelight March, lighting of the Yizkor Memorial Lamp, and the beautiful voices of the Kol Rinah Choir conducted by Meir Briskman. Guest speaker: Abraham H. Foxman, world-renowned leader in the fight against anti-semitism, bigotry and discrimination.
#SPS TALKS Monday May 20, 7:30pmEducating about Israel: How do we do it effectively? This conversation will encourage thoughtful dialogue about how we simultaneously instill a love of Zionism with an understanding of how the issues should be communicated.RSVP to Jeremy Reiss at Jeremy_reiss@msn.com so he can send you reading materials in advance. JEWISH EXPERIENCE IN NEW YORK…PAST, PRESENT Read More