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  • Candle Lighting Monday:

    7:16 pm

  • Shacharit First Days:

    9:30 am

  • Septimus Shiur:


  • Shacharit Shabbat:

    9:15 am

  • Tot Shabbat:

    11:15 am

  • Havdalah:

    8:30 pm

  • Shacharit Second Days:

    9:15 am


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

Pesach and Shabbat at Darkhei Noam -


We will NOT be meeting for davnening this Friday night, April 18th.

We are delighted to be holding morning davening on all Yom Tov days of Pesach, in the chapel at our usual location (270 W. 89th St). On Shabbat Chol haMoed and on the last days of Pesach (Mon and Tues) we will start davening at 9:15 am. On Tuesday, April 22nd Yizkor will not be before 10:30 am.


Kiddush on the first day of Pesach was sponsored by Ariella and Jesse Melman in honor of the birth and naming of their daughter, Ella Maytal.


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.


Please note that Rabbi Fox expects to reacquire any chametz sold through him at approximately one hour after chag ends - the chametz cannot be used before then.

Mazel Tov! -


Mazel Tov to Zach and Brii Mann on the birth of a baby girl! If you would like to bring them a meal, please click here.


Baruch Dayan Emet -

We regret to inform you of the passing of Eshagh Broukhim, father of Farah Farhadian. The funeral and burial took place on Monday at Mt. Carmel Cemetery.

Upcoming Community Events -


Yom HaShoah, Reading of the Names; April 27th - 

This year's Upper West Side Community annual Reading of the Names will begin on Sunday evening, April 27, held at Ansche Chesed (251 W 100th St, New York, NY 10025) from 10:00 pm until Monday, April 28, 8:00 am.  The reading will continue at the JCC from 9:00 am until 6:00 pm, ending with the recitation of kaddish at 7:00 pm. We are looking for volunteers that are interested in representing Darkhei Noam at the Reading of the Names event at 1:00 am. Please e-mail if you would like to volunteer. 



 UWS Celebrates Israel, Sunday May 4th -


In honor of Yom ha'atzmaut and the UWS Celebrates Israel festivities, DN is proud to co-sponsor with Drisha a discussion with Avivah Gottleib Zornberg, entitled: "I am a stranger:" Becoming Ruth. 

Ruth is a stranger in more senses than one. Who is this unknown woman who is destined to become mother of royalty? What is the process by which she finds her way into a foreign and unwelcoming culture and religious tradition? How does destiny come about? For Avivah Gottleib Zornberg's bio, please click hereThe event will take place Sunday, May 4 at 3:00 pmReservation is required. For a link to registration, please click here.



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