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Pesach Details at LSS

Passover will begin on Monday evening, April 14th through Tuesday, April 22nd.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL PESACH SCHEDULE

Join Our Community

If you attend our shul, you know about our dynamic clergy and our inspiring chazzanim.  Your family may have taken advantage of our trips, films, lectures, and youth programs.

You can continue to do it all from the sidelines, or you can join the growing number of Jewish families and individuals who have made a commitment to support our community be becoming members. 

 

Click Here to meet some recent new members and read why they decided to join Lincoln Square Synagogue.

 

 

 

For even more insights from new LSS members, click here

 

 

 

To make your choice easier, we have reduced our rates for first-time members.  To request a membership application, click here to have a membership application emailed to you, or call our office at 212-874-6100.

Weekly Learning Opportunities

Lincoln Square Synagogue offers great learning opportunities every day of the week. Check out our popular Ongoing Classes and Lecture Series Here

And read about some of our exciting new classes...

Cantorial Concert Video & Photos

Video Highlights and Photos from LSS Sold out Inaugural Cantor Concert, Dec. 7th, 2013

Which featured our New Chazzan, Yanky Lemmer, with Senior Chazzan Sherwood Goffin and Guest Cantor Netanel Hershtik.  Accompanied by the Yiddish Trio Klezmer Group, and Maestro Yisrael Edelson.

 

 

 
 

Check out the Chazzan Shabbat Schedule for our two wonderful Chazzanim...and see you in shul!

Women and Tefillin

Halachic Theory and Practice

We are pleased to announce that Rabbi Robinson's shiur from Shabbat, February 1, 2014 has now been posted to his blog.

Laying tefillin is a ‘mitzvat aseh shehazman grama’, a positive, time bound commandment, and as such women are exempt. The question is whether women may perform this mitzvah, even though they are not commanded to do so.  The general consensus of Rishonim is that women may perform mitzvot in which they are not commanded, such as Sukkah and Lulav. Are tefillin an exception to this rule? (Read more)

Mon, 21 April 2014 21 Nisan 5774