Meeting Location for Shabbat, October 21: SPSA Social Hall

This coming Shabbat morning we are meeting

in the lower-level social hall

at

St. Paul and St. Andrew Church

located at

the corner of 86th Street and West End Avenue.

 

The primary entrance to reach the social hall is on West End Avenue, just north of the main church steps (see Google image here). Go through a gate and down a flight of stone steps. An accessible entrance, with an elevator to the lower level, is available through the main church entrance on 86th St.

 

We have used this location in the past for Friday night services and to build our sukkah. We are not meeting at our usual location due to Manhattan Country School's annual Farm Festival this Saturday, and as such this is the one Shabbat during the year that we do not have access to our regular space. After this weekend we plan on being at MCS each Shabbat morning.

 

Please Note: Due to the temporary location, we will have a limited number of siddurim. If possible, please bring your own siddur. We will have photocopies of the Torah reading.

 

On Friday night we will meet at Dorot, 171 West 85th Street, beginning at 5:55 pm.

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

D'var Torah this Shabbat will be delivered by Malka Fleishmann.

Kiddush is sponsored by Marcel Kahan and Andrea Fastenberg on the occasion  of the Yahrtzeit of Marcel's mother, Scheina Kahan, bat Menachem Mendel and Feiga, z"l.

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".

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