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Celebrate this festive season with classes taught by our clergy, meals in our beautiful succah, and events for the whole family, all at Shearith Israel.

Lulabim Orders

Purchase your lulab and etrog set.

Holiday Offerings

We traditionally make offerings during the High Holiday season.  These offerings are a beautiful way to memorialize or pay tribute to loved ones and help maintain our synagogue.

Meals in Our Paved Paradise Succah

Following the congregational kiddush, registered guests may enjoy your own Succot meals in our large, beautifully decorated, well-ventilated succah on Paved Paradise.

Sisterhood Succah Decorating on Paved Paradise

Join us in decorating our beautiful and spacious Succah on Paved Paradise!

Simhat Torah Ice Cream Extravaganza Returns!

We’re pleased to share that we’ll be bringing back our annual Ice Cream Extravaganza - COVID-style! 

 

Hatanim Luncheon 5780

On Shabbat Bereshit, our community and friends come together to honor our Hatanim — David J. Nathan, Hatan Torah, and Jack Daar, Hatan Bereshit — with an elegant luncheon and celebration.

 

Sisterhood Succah Decoration

Our unique open air Elias Room succah is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Teens and adults, women and men, are invited to help decorate in preparation for the Succot Festival. 

5782 Hatanim Celebration

Join us in celebrating our Hatanim and supporting the ongoing maintenance and enhancement of Paved Paradise!

 

Annual Simhat Torah Dinner 5780 & Ice Cream Extravaganza

Join us for our annual Simhat Torah Dinner, plus our youth ice cream extravaganza following hakafot!

Women's Hakafot

On the evening of Simhat Torah, a parallel Hakafot ceremony for women is held in the Small Synagogue, accompanied by a choir of women congregants.

Hoshaana Rabba Mishmarah-Tikkun

Join us in this annual Shearith Israel tradition as we bid farewell to Succot and prepare for Simhat Torah in our stunning Elias Room succah.

Ice Cream Extravaganza & Annual Simhat Torah Dinner

Join us for our annual youth ice cream extravaganza following Hakafot on Simhat Torah!

First Mill Street Synagogue

The little synagogue on Mill Street was the first structure designed and built to be a synagogue in continental North America. 

1730
Liberty Bell Rimonim

These Rimonim, modeled after the American Liberty Bell, were commissioned by the Congregation in honor of Judge Edgar J. Nathan Jr.

1961