Shaare Zedek is a multi-generational, egalitarian Conservative congregation on the Upper West Side of Manhattan embracing a traditional approach to contemporary Judaism. We pride ourselves on a long and rich history of providing a warm, informal, observant community that is accessible to Jews of all ages and backgrounds. Services are led by members of the community, who infuse life at Shaare Zedek with their talents, creativity and spirit.


Coming Soon at Shaare Zedek

Our ongoing services include a morning minyan (email minyan@sznyc.org for the schedule) and evening, morning and afternoon services each Shabbat. For this week's service times, see the sidebar to the left.

Chai Minyan Shabbat Services and Dinner
Friday, January 9: 6 pm

Join the Chai community on January 9 for our monthly catered Shabbat dinner. Services begin at 6 pm, followed by dinner. Registration will close on Wednesday, January 7 at 8 pm, at which time limited spots will be available for an increased price, so please register soon!

The regular $20 dinner price is a subsidized price covered by Shaare Zedek and donors supporting Chadeish Yameinu @ Shaare Zedek. A "real price" option of $25 (or more!) covers the actual cost of the dinner and provides ongoing support for our community.

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Kids' Game Day
Saturday, January 10:

All children are invited to join us after services for an informal game day. We will provide a wide variety of fun games, but feel free to bring your favorite shabbat-appropriate games from home! This event will not be staffed so parents are asked to be supervise their children during this time.

Tu Bishvat Seder
Saturday, January 31:

Their leaves may have fallen off, but the trees of the world still deserve some birthday love! Children and families are invited to join us after services on Shabbat afternoon for a family-friendly, Israel-themed Tu Bishvat Seder.

Shaare Zedek Book Club
Saturday, January 31: 12:45 pm

Join the Shaare Zedek Book Club as we discuss this month's selection, "Songs For the Butcher's Daughter," by Peter Manseau. The discussion will begin at approximately 12:45pm, after services and kiddush. Families with children are encouraged to attend. Children are invited to join us for our annual Tu Bishvat Seder.