Mission Statement

The Syngagogue is open!

With tremendous gratitude to Hashem we have reopened our Shul for Shabbat morning and Shabbat evening services.

The health and safety of the community is our highest priority.The Chabad house has been cleaned and disinfected and we are following city and state guidelines on reopening. We have arranged appropriate social distancing that can accommodate 36 people (men and women). Please use the link below to sign up  and view full guidelines. We look forward to seeing you!

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1. Attendance is by reservation.

2. Adults only. No children under the age of bar and bat mitzvah. Priority will be given to those reciting kaddish or observing a yahrzeit.

3. If you are experiencing any signs of illness, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, diarrhea, or a fever over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, you may not attend.

4. If you have experienced any signs of illness, wait 7 days from your last symptom before attending.

5. If you have had close contact with a person who has COVID-19 or suspect you have been exposed to Covid-19, or have flown anywhere, please wait 14 days to confirm you are not ill.

6. If you are over 65 and for those with underlying health conditions or if you live with someone that is at higher risk, consult with your physician and confirm if you may attend.  
7. Wash your hands/ disinfect your hands upon entering the building. Seats are designated at the appropriate social distancing recommendations
. Please do not congregate in the lobby.

8. There will be no Kiddush or Shalosh Seudos at this time.

9. We will provide Prayer books and Tallit.

10. The Restrooms will be available.





Shabbat Parshat V'Eschanan

Shabbat Nachamu 

Friday, July 31

Candle lighting: 7:54 pm

Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbos 8:00 pm 




Shabbat Morning, August 1


Shabbat serices: 9:30 am

Shabbat Mincha 7:45 pm

Followed by Ethics of our Fathers Chapter 3 

Followed by Maariv 8:45 pm

Havdalah: 8:57 pm


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At Chabad Upper East Side the services are warm, melodious, and joyous. The services are conducted in a traditional manner and are open to all, regardless of affilitation.The highlight of the Shabbat service is the Shabbat Morning Torah Reading, when the Rabbi shares Chassidic and Kabbalistic insights into the weekly Torah portion and its relevence to our day to day lives.