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Welcome to Fifth Avenue Synagogue:
A Warm and Vibrant Orthodox Community in the Heart of Manhattan.

 We are open 365 days a year for services, classes, and programs for people of all ages.

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Fifth Avenue Synagogue is a community that opens its doors to Orthodox Jews in New York and visitors from around the world.

A historic Orthodox synagogue located in the heart of Manhattan, Fifth Avenue Synagogue is open for thrice-daily minyanim. Our shul houses the exquisite Rennert Mikvah, which is open to visitors, as well as a respected nursery school, the Creative Playschool.

Prayer Times

DAF YOMI

SUNDAYS

7:00 AM

MONDAY-FRIDAY

6:45 AM

SHABBAT AND HOLIDAYS

8:30 AM (Winter/Spring)

6:30 PM (Summer/Fall)

SHACHARIT

SUNDAYS

8:30 AM

MONDAY-FRIDAY

8:00 AM

SHABBAT

9:20 AM

MINCHA/MAARIV

MONDAY-THURSDAY

4:15 PM

SHABBAT CANDLE LIGHTING 

4:10 PM

SHABBAT FRIDAY 

4:15 PM

SHABBAT SATURDAY

3:55 PM

SUNDAY

4:15 PM

Upcoming Events

  • Chanukah Reception
    Chanukah Reception
    Sun, Dec 10
    Dec 10, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    Dec 10, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    Join us for a communal menorah lighting, dairy dinner buffet, latka and donut bars, gift auction for adults and kids, entertainment and more! Due to limited space, we are only accepting members registrations at this time. Non-members, please register on our waitlist, we will try to accommodate you
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  • Chai Lifeline Toy Drive!
    Chai Lifeline Toy Drive!
    Mon, Dec 11
    Dec 11, 2023, 9:00 AM
    Dec 11, 2023, 9:00 AM
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  • Children's Chanukah Party!
    Children's Chanukah Party!
    Wed, Dec 13
    Dec 13, 2023, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
    Dec 13, 2023, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
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Meet Rabbi and Rebbetzin Babich

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Rabbi Eli Babich joined the Fifth Avenue Synagogue as Assistant Rabbi in 2013 and was appointed Rabbi in 2019. He has imparted wisdom, meaning, and inspiration from the bimah and through many classes. The Rabbi and his wife, Rebbetzin Lisa Babich, have supported our families through times of joy and sorrow. Our congregation has benefited deeply from their thoughtful dedication to ritual, educational, and pastoral duties. They have created an environment where our members, both existing and new, feel welcome and valued.

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