Metropolitan Synagogue

Metropolitan Synagogue is a Reform Shul or Temple located in Midtown East in Manhattan, New York. They are an inclusive community where all are welcome, and they are known as the ‘music and culture” Shul. They have a monthly family shabbat service. Website...

Temple Israel

Temple Israel is a Reform Temple located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York. This is a neighborhood Reform Temple focused on families, specifically families with young children. They offer an hour-long Torah study program on Saturday mornings. Website...

Altshul

Altshul in Park Slope, Brooklyn is a traditional egalitarian independent minyan housed within Congregation Beth Elohim (CBE). While Alt Shul does not identifies with a movement, it feels strongly conservative. It has a younger crowd between mid-20s to mid 40s with a...

Tribeca Synagogue

Tribeca Synagogue is located in downtown Manhattan, New York. Originally, Tribeca synagogue was started to serve the arts community. Now, the community still serves a large artistic population, but also a community of families that have moved into the downtown of...

Union Temple

Union Temple is a Reform Temple or Synagogue located on Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, New York. They have staple members of the community who are at each service and welcome people as they walk in. They have a piano that accompanies Friday night services.  Website...

Hadar HaTorah

Hadar HaTorah is a family centered Chabad House located in the neighborhood of Crown Heights in Brooklyn, New York. There are plenty of young families in this community as well as a Yeshiva or Jewish school for men to learn Torah. This multi-generational community...

Altshul

Altshul in Park Slope, Brooklyn is a traditional egalitarian independent minyan housed within Congregation Beth Elohim (CBE). While Alt Shul does not identifies with a movement, it feels strongly conservative. It has a younger crowd between mid-20s to mid 40s with a...