92nd Street Y
A community center founded in 1874 that offers social and educational programming

Adereth El Congregation
An Orthodox congregation founded in 1857

Aish New York
The New York center of Aish HaTorah, an international Orthodox organization

Ansche Chesed
An egalitarian Conservative synagogue

Bialystoker Synagogue
An Orthodox synagogue on the Lower East Side

The Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at NYU
New York University’s Jewish-student organization

The Center for Jewish History
A partnership of five organizations: American Jewish Historical Society, American Sephardi Federation, Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum and the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research

Central Synagogue
A Reform synagogue founded in 1839

Chabad Lubavitch of Midtown Manhattan
The Midtown prayer and educational center of the Chabad movement

Chabad Lubavitch of the Upper East Side
The Upper East Side center of the Chabad movement

Chabad Lubavitch of the West Side
The Upper West Side center of the Chabad movement

Civic Center Synagogue
Also known as the Synagogue for the Arts, an Orthodox congregation in Tribeca

The City Congregation for Humanistic Judaism
A congregation for secular and cultural Jewish expression

Columbia/Barnard Hillel
The campus Jewish student organization

Congregation Beth Simchat Torah
A synagogue for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Jews

Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York
A Reform synagogue on the Upper East Side

Congregation Habonim
A synagogue near Lincoln Center

Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun
An Orthodox synagogue on the Upper East Side

Congregation Ohab Zedek
An Orthodox synagogue located in New York City

Congregation Or Zarua
An egalitarian Conservative synagogue on the Upper East Side

Conservative Synagogue of 5th Avenue
A Conservative synagogue in Greenwich Village

East End Temple
A Reform synagogue on Stuyvesant Park

East 55th Street Conservative Synagogue
For people seeking a transformative, loving, and challenging expression of Judaism.

Eldridge Street Project
Aims to preserve the Eldridge Street Synagogue in the Lower East Side of Manhattan and interpret it with cultural and educational programs for a diverse audience

Fifth Avenue Synagogue
An Orthodox synagogue

Florence Melton Adult Mini-School of Manhattan
A community-based school offering adults the opportunity to acquire Jewish literacy in an open, trans-denominational, intellectually stimulating learning environment.

Hebrew Tabernacle
A Reform synagogue serving Washington Heights and Inwood in northern Manhattan

The International Federation of Secular Humanistic Jews
An organization of secular Jews

The Jewish Center
An Orthodox synagogue on the Upper West Side

The Jewish Community Center in Manhattan
A community center on the Upper West side

Jewish Health, Healing, and Recovery Network
Helps those living with illness or loss, their caregivers, and the institutions that serve them

The Jewish Theological Seminary
The Conservative movement rabbinical seminary and Judaic Studies university

Your source for Jewish social events around New York City

Kehilat Hadar
An egalitarian minyan (prayer community)

Kehilat Orach Eliezer
An Orthodox minyan on the Upper West Side

Lincoln Square Synagogue
A modern Orthodox synagogue on the Upper West Side

Manhattan Jewish Experience
An adult-learning institution

Manhattan Sephardic Congregation
An Orthodox synagogue with Moroccan flair on the Upper East Side

The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
A museum in Battery Park of the 20th-century Jewish experience

The New Shul
A progressive congregation in downtown New York City

Old Broadway Synagogue
An Orthodox synagogue in the neighborhood of Columbia University

Orach Chaim Congregation
An orthodox synagogue

Rabbi Arthur Schneier Park East Day School
An elementary and middle school affiliated with the Park East Synagogue

Shearith Israel/Spanish Portugese Synagogue
A Sephardic Orthodox synagogue, the oldest in New York, founded in 1654

Society for the Advancement of Judaism
A Conservative/Reconstructionist synagogue founded by Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan

The Solomon Schechter School of Manhattan
A Conservative elementary and middle school

Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
A Reform synagogue on the Upper West Side

Temple Israel
A Reform synagogue on the Upper East Side

Village Temple
A Reform synagogue also called Congregation B’nai Israel

West End Synagogue
A Reconstructionist congregation on the Upper West Side

Yavneh at Columbia
The Orthodox community of Columbia University

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