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                        About Darkhei Noam

DARKHEI NOAM is a lay-led partnership minyan and halachic Jewish community on the Upper West Side of Manhattan that meets for Shabbat and Holiday services.

We will meet for Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat morning at
150 West 85th Street
(between Amsterdam and Columbus)
in the Manhattan Country School (MCS)

This Week at Darkhei Noam

  • This Shabbat's dvar Torah will be given by Allie Alperovich.
  • Kiddush this week is sponsored by Darkhei Noam Co-Chairs Allie Alperovich and Avi Zollman in honor of all of our Yamim Noraim daveners, leyners, gabbais, speakers and volunteers who ensured that our Yamim Noraim were beautiful, moving and spirited.
  • Mazal tov to Zach and Tiffany Calig on the birth of a baby girl. If you would like to provide a meal for the Calig family, please click here.
  • We regret to inform you of the passing of Mel Ostrow, z"l, father of Darkhei Noam members Jamie Ostrow and Dana Ostrow and Seth Theriault and grandfather of Abigail, Ethan, Zoe, and Minna. The funeral was held Friday, October 11. Shiva will be observed at the Ostrow home, 3 Shadowlawn Drive, Springfield NJ: Saturday, October 12: 7:30 - 10:30pm; Sunday, October 13: 8am - 3pm (minyan at 8am).

  • Mazal tov to Rachelle and Nathan  Steiger on the birth of a baby boy. If you would like to provide a meal for the Steiger family, please click here.

5779 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 25% 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, October 16 2019 17 Tishrei 5780