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Kiddush is an enjoyable time to relax and catch up with friends, but at its core, kiddush requires the blessing over a glass of wine or other alcoholic (or permissible non-alcoholic) beverage. In addition to our weekly Kiddush sponsors and contributors we are also accepting scotch and arak sponsors to add to the joy of our kiddushes.
Shearith Israel’s Caring Connection provides meals for members and their families after the birth of a child or in times of mourning. Similarly, the Hebra Hased Va'Amet provides mourners and their family with their first meal upon returning home from the burial as they commence shiba.
Nineteenth Street Synagogue
The congregation's fourth synagogue was built on nineteenth Street, just west of Fifth Avenue.
Twenty First Street Cemetery
In August of 1829, Shearith Israel’s third cemetery was consecrated. It was located on Twenty First Street just west of Sixth Avenue