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  • Shabbat Times
  • Parsha:


  • Candle Lighting:

    4:12 pm

  • Mincha:

    4:20 pm

  • Septimus Shiur:

    8:45 am

  • Shacharit:

    9:15 am

  • Havdalah:

    5:13 pm


Darkhei Noam



Darkhei Noam is a lay-led community that comes together for Shabbat and holiday services.  We are committed to creating a tefillah atmosphere that is halakhic, spiritual and inclusive -- providing opportunities for women to lead many of its portions and participate fully in the Torah service.  Please explore our website to learn more about our minyan, our social and educational programs and to sign up for our weekly newsletter.  We invite you to join us!

We meet at the B'nai Jeshurun Community House (formerly the Heschel School) located at 270 West 89th Street between West End Avenue and Broadway.

For more information about Darkhei Noam, please e-mail us at

DN Updates

November 28-29 / 6-7 Kislev -


Mincha will begin at 4:20 pm.


Joe Septimus' class will be meeting at 8:45 am.

Davening Saturday morning will begin at 9:15 a.m. 

The text study this week will be given by Ethan Rotenberg.

Kiddush this week is being sponsored by Aviva and Noam Lockshin in honor of the Simchat Bat of their daughter, Abigail Celia.

To renew your membership or join as a member for the first time please click here.

Children's Programming: On Shabbat morning, youth programming for children 4 and under will be in the large carpeted room on the third floor, groups for ages 5-8 will be in the first floor middle room and parashat hasahavuah for ages 5-9 will be in the chapel. Tot tefillah begins at approximately 11:15 am and childcare is available beginning at 9:30 am.

Upcoming Events -


Scholar-in-Residence with Gal Beckerman


On Friday December 5th Gal Beckerman will be joining the Darkhei Noam community to speak on the history of the United States movement to save Soviet Jewry. He will be speaking after Maariv.


Gal Beckerman is the opinion editor at The Forward. He was a longtime editor and staff writer at the Columbia Journalism Review and has also written for the New York TimesBoston Globe, and The Wall Street Journal, among other publications. He was a Fellow at the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Berlin and the recipient of a Pulitzer Traveling Fellowship from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. His first book, When They Come for Us, We’ll Be Gone, was published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in September 2010. It was named one of the best books of the year by The New Yorker and the Washington Post, and received both the 2010 National Jewish Book Award and the 2012 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature.


Thank you to Mindy and Eric Hecht for sponsoring the scholar-in-residence in honor of the third yahrzeit of Mindy's father, Dr. Charles H. Feldman, z"l, Yitzchak Tzvi ben Yaakov V'Leah.  May his memory be a blessing.


Mix and Match Dinner - December 12th


On Friday night, December 12th, we will be running our first Mix-and-Match meal of the year.  We will be providing more details soon.


Mazel Tov -

Mazel Tov to Maayan Dauber and Aryeh Falk on the birth of a baby boy! If you would like to bring or send them a meal, you can access their meal schedule using the Chesed, Meals and Shiva tab on the left-hand side of the website.


5775 Membership -


As a growing minyan, we are solely dependent on membership and other contributions from our community to meet our operating expenses. Darkhei Noam invites you to renew your membership or join as a member for the first time. We welcome everyone to join as members irrespective of financial contributions.  We are deeply appreciative of all support from our community. Please keep in mind that membership dues alone only cover 30% of our budget costs. Therefore, we also ask that those members who have the ability to make an additional contribution please consider doing so. To join or renew as a member, please CLICK HERE

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