Shabbat Services

Shabbat Services

 We invite you to join us for Shabbat.

Services take place at 2 West 64th Street, Between Broadway and Central Park West.

Mailing address is 145 West 67th St #4C New York NY 10023.

Service Times

Shabbat Hagadol Parshat Tzav 3/23-24 Nisan 7-8

Shabbat Candle Lighting 6:53 PM

Shabbat ends 7:53 PM

Friday Night

Minchah 7:00 PM followed by Kabbalat Shabbat.

Shabbat Day

Talmud class 9:15 AM

Shacharit: 10:00 AM

Torah Reading: Tzav, Leviticus 6:1 - 8:36

HaftorahJeremiah 7:21-28, 9:22-23

Please note, that it is the Chabad custom to read the regular Haftorah, unless Shabbat Hagadol falls out on Erev Pesach

Kiddush 12:30 PM. Sponsor Needed. 

Children’s Program 10:30 AM-12:30PM
Halachic Times

Earliest Tefillin (latest of the week) 6:05 AM
Latest Shma (earliest of the week) 10:03 AM

For all halachic times, see

Shabbat Hagadol March 24

On the Shabbat preceding the Exodus, the Jews tied lambs to their beds in preparation for the Passover sacrifice. When the Egyptians asked about this, they were told that G‑d would bring about the final plague of the firstborn. The Egyptian firstborn panicked and, fearing for their lives, asked Pharaoh to finally let the Jews go. When Pharaoh refused, a civil war broke out between Pharaoh and the firstborns, causing many Egyptians to die even before the final plague struck. On the Shabbat preceding Passover, we celebrate this miracle.

It is a widespread custom among Jews to read the bulk of the Haggadah on the afternoon of Shabbat HaGadol. We start from Avadim Hayinu, right after Ma Nishtana, and read until Lechaper Al Kol Avonoteinu, at the end of Dayeinu and Al Achat Kamah VeChamah.


Yud Alef (11th of) Nissan - The Rebbe's Birthday

 Tuesday, March 27, 2018 (11 Nissan on the Hebrew calendar), marks 116 years since the birth of the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory. For a brief biography and a selection of the Rebbe's teachings and guidance, please  click here 

Throughout his lifetime, the Rebbe marked his birthday by redoubling his efforts to reach out to Jews in every corner of the world. As Passover approaches, lets heed the Rebbe's call to gather the entire Jewish nation at the Seder table.  
May this day bring blessings to us all, and may we be reunited with the Rebbe very soon with the coming of our righteous Moshiach.

Kiddush Sponsored By:

***This week the Kiddush dose not have a sponsor.***

If you wish to sponsor a Kiddush please contact us  here

Please reach out to our Chesed coordinator Dana Simpson to set up or to be part of a meal train for those in need during times of joy or c”v sorrow.