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  • Shabbat Morning (Apil 20th, 2024 - 9:45 AM)

    Welcome to Park Avenue Synagogue! Please sign our guest book at https://www.pasyn.org/sign-Up if you would like to stay connected.

    A musically uplifting morning service, Torah reading, sermon, and Musaf, from Park Avenue Synagogue.

  • Kabbalat Shabbat (April 19th, 2024 - 6:15 PM)

    Welcome to Park Avenue Synagogue! Please sign our guest book at https://www.pasyn.org/sign-Up if you would like to stay connected.

    A musically uplifting morning service, Torah reading, sermon, and Musaf, from Park Avenue Synagogue.

  • Becoming Elijah: Prophet Of Transformation

    Explore the figure of Elijah and his transformation from zealous prophet to compassionate hero and how he became one of the most popular figures in Jewish folklore.

    Daniel Matt is a leading authority on Kabbalah. His nine-volume annotated translation, The Zohar: Pritzker Edition, was honored wit...

  • Remarks from Families of Hostages

    Family members of Oded Lifshitz, Yocheved Lifshitz (released), Eli Sharabi, and Yossi Sharabi z"l shared remarks with the community during Kabbalat Shabbat services.

  • Rabbi Zuckerman: The Excavation of Our History (April 6, 2024)

    The Jewish connection to the land of Israel has been threatened with severance before October 7, yet these attempts have increased since. Through a historical lens, Rabbi Zuckerman explores how the establishment of Israel is the reconstitution of a national home, not colonization.

  • Tahzor (“Come Back”)

    As of this weekend, on April 7, the remaining hostages in Gaza will have been held in captivity for six months. Despite the unimaginable deprivation and cruelty of their condition, we hope and pray for their immediate return.

    Music and lyrics by Idan Reichel and Avi Ohayon
    Arrangement by Oran ...

  • Rabbi Cosgrove: Let's Dialogue (March 30, 2024)

    Can we talk? After a recent experience on campus, Rabbi Cosgrove regrets that honest dialogue between people of differing views is prevented by antagonists who would rather play “gotcha” than take part in challenging and vulnerable conversation.

  • Remarks from JTS Chancellor Shuly Rubin Schwartz

    Celebrate our long-standing relationship with the Jewish Theological Seminary. We welcomed JTS Chancellor Shuly Rubin Schwartz to share remarks from the bimah during services.

  • Purim Spiel: Mischief? Mayhem? Meshugas? Megillah!

    An upper-crust dandy, his unhappy fiancé, and his posh, overbearing mother...

    An adventurous Jewish woman and her wise, benevolent cousin....

    And stowaway Public Enemy Number One come together on the ocean liner PAS Shushan for mischief, mayhem, and meshugas. This Purim, anything goes!