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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 5-6 / 10-11 Elul -
We will be meeting on Friday night. Mincha will begin at 7:10 pm.
Joe Septimus' class will be meeting at 8:45 am.
Davening Saturday morning will begin at 9:15 a.m.
The text study will be given by Ben Greenfield.
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.
Yamim Noraim Information -
Information for Darkhei Noam's Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services is now available - click here for details and registration. All services will be held in the low 80s on the Upper West Side. Exact details will be posted in September.
Shmita Yom Iyun: Sunday, Sep. 14, 2:30 pm at The JCC in Manhattan -
The shmita year is coming! Join us for a remarkable afternoon exploring the sabbatical tradition on Sunday, September 14 at 2:30 pm featuring a keynote panel on shmita and social transformation featuring Rabbi Julian Sinclair, Rabbi Jill Jacobs, and Rabbi Dov Linzer with Nigel Savage and Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen. Stay for sessions with outstanding teachers on shmita's ancient wisdom and its modern implications for climate change, debt relief, and personal/communal growth here and in Israel. The afternoon will also feature restorative yoga, a shmita-inspired farmer’s market, and food preservation workshop. The day will culminate at 6 pm with the opening reception for Incubating Ideas and Cultivating Connections: The Greenhouse of Ein Shemer at the Laurie M. Tisch Gallery. To register for the event please click here.
Presented by Hazon and The JCC in Manhattan. Co-sponsored by 7 seeds, Ansche Chesed, B'nai Jeshurun, Congregation Habonim, Darkhei Noam, Drisha, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, The Israeli Consulate, The Jewish Theological Seminary, Lab/Shul, Limmud NY, Mechon Hadar, Neo Hasid, Romemu, Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, Society for the Advancement of Judaism, T’ruah, Uri L'Tzedek, West End Synagogue, Yeshivat Chovevei Torah, Ways of Peace, Yeshivat Maharat. Media Sponsor: The Forward
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