Our Members | Tribeca Synagogue

Our Members

WE OFFER THOSE WHO JOIN TRIBECA SYNAGOGUE MEMBERSHIP IN AN EXTRAORDINARILY VARIED COMMUNITY IN WHICH ALL MEMBERS ARE ACCEPTING AND WELCOMING OF OTHERS.

 

English                          
Moroccan                          
Israeli
Belgian
American
Chinese
African-American
Canadian
French
South African
Turkish
Television actors                            
Broadway actors
Top bridge player
Fashion illustrator
Aeronautical engineer
Professional photographers
Mathematicians
Therapists
Designers
Mayoral assistant
Biblical scholars                           
Composers
Civil servants
Artists, established and emerging
Lawyers
Award-winning poet
Arts writer
Business writer
Physicists
Teachers
The learned
The beginners
The journeyers
Sephardim
Ashkenazim
People in jeans
People in suits

 

We Are Many And We Are One

What can we offer you?

We can be the Jewish community that you are looking for. We can offer:

  • A welcoming place to go for High Holidays services
  • A traditional service and Kiddush on Shabbat
  • Classes for you and/or your children to learn more about Torah, chagim (holidays) and being Jewish
  • A place to daven (pray)
  • A place to hold all of your life cycle events, from brises/baby namings to Bar/Bat Mitzvahs to weddings
  • A close-knit, creative and open-hearted community

The Tribeca Synagogue has something unique to offer, something that has to be experienced to be understood. Join us for prayers, for a lecture, for a gallery opening, for a concert, or for a simcha, and feel that “something” for yourself.

Talk to us about what you are looking for – contact us.

What Do We Ask of You?

Above all, we ask that you participate in our synagogue and community life as you are moved and as you are able.

We have services, classes and events throughout the year, and we urge you to join us for all that you can.

We also ask that you support our community financially. Our dues are modest, and there is no minimum membership requirement for families of Bar/Bat Mitzvah students. However, we are a small community and we cannot survive without the financial support of our members and those who attend our services and Kiddushim. We ask very little for what we offer, but we cannot thrive without the support of our community.

Tue, 28 February 2017 2 Adar 5777