High Holidays 2017

Due to extremely limited seating availability, we have closed the online registration page for Rosh Hashanah. Please email info@dnoam.org for inquiries about tickets.

Click here to register for Yom Kippur 2017

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur davening at Darkhei Noam are communal and engaging services, led by over 20 members of our community. Women participate in ways that are unique to the Yamim Noraim davening - leading various piyutim during many of the services and some of the Shofar blasts. We also offer an expanded schedule of childcare on all days.

Rosh Hashanah & Shabbat Shuva Schedule

Please note: For Rosh Hashanah services, we will meet at Manhattan Country School, 150 85th Street (between Amsterdam and Columbus).

Please remember to make an Eruv Tavshilin before Chag.

Wednesday, September 20th 
Candle Lighting   6:39pm 
Mincha/Maariv     6:45pm 
Thursday, September 21st 
Shacharit              8:15am 
Mincha                  6:45pm
Maariv                   7:35pm

Joe Septimus will give a Shiur between Mincha and Maariv
Candle Lighting    After 7:36pm 
Friday, September 22nd 
Shacharit              8:15am

Shabbat Shuva
Candle Lighting 6:36 p.m.  

We are not meeting for Friday night services

For Shabbat Shuva we will be meeting in our regular location (MCS, 150 W 85th) at 9:15 am Shabbat morning.

A special Shabbat Shuva drasha will be delivered by Rabbi Chaim Seidler-Feller after kiddush on Shabbat morning. 

For Yom Kippur services, we will meet at Emily Dickinson School, which is at the corner of 96th St. and West End Ave.

In order to register and receive the member rates, you must be signed into your Darkhei Noam account prior to completing the registration form.

Our new location: Manhattan Country School at 150 West 85th Street!

Please join us in our new location for Shabbat morning services: 150 West 85th Street (between Columbus and Amsterdam) at the Manhattan Country School. We will continue to meet each Shabbat at 9:15 AM.

Friday night services are usually held at Dorot, 171 West 85th St. (bet. Amsterdam & Columbus Avenues).

This Week at Darkhei Noam

This Shabbat Shuva D'var Torah will be delivered by Rabbi Chaim Seidler-Feler.

Please note: NO Mincha/Maariv services this Friday evening.

Please consider being a Shabbat Kiddush sponsor and e-mail us.


Childcare: On Shabbat morning, childcare is available starting at 9:15 and informal groups for older children begin at approximately 10 am Around 11:15 am, Tot Tefillah (for kids preschool age and younger) begins near the library, while groups for ages 5-8 and older kids will be meeting at the "flex space".

5778 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.

Wed, September 20 2017 29 Elul 5777