Lincoln Square Synagogue

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Reference Number
RF199969
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Description
From its humble beginnings in 1964, in an apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, Lincoln Square Synagogue (LSS) has grown into an institution that has been a model for Modern Orthodox Judaism.The Synagogue moved to its current location at 200 Amsterdam Avenue in 1970 and has developed into a diverse and vibrant Modern Orthodox Congregation that provides religious, social, and educational services and outreach to the unique Jewish community of the Upper West Side of New York. The synagogue strives to be a model in the integration of Halachic Judaism and contemporary life to the broader Jewish community.On any given Shabbat, LSS provides four options for morning services. In addition, to providing different starting times, each provides a different Shabbat experience and environment. Taking place upstairs in the Lincoln Square Bet Midrash, the Hashkama Minyan provides a simple, no-nonsense early morning service followed by a shiur. The main service is a traditional orthodox service led by Cantor Goffin with an inspiring sermon by Rabbi Robinson. The Beginners Service, led by Rabbi Buchwald, provides a "No Hebrew Necessary" prayer experience with open, honest discussions around Judaism. Formerly known as the “shiur, cholent and kugel minyan”, the Rabbi Herschel Cohen Memorial Service is the “late minyan” at LSS. While the laid back and informal environment tends to attract a diverse set of congregants, it is really the traditional kugel Kiddush that is the biggest hit!Newcomers to Lincoln Square will find an array of programs that touch on nearly every area of spiritual and personal growth. Youth groups, Singles Programs, Young Couple Events and a Senior Citizens Program cater to all age and stage-of-life segments of our population.Minyanim:Hashkama 7:45Main: 9:00Beginners: 9:15Late Minyan: 9:45
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Location
Country
United States
State/Region/Province
New York
City
New York
Address
200 Amsterdam Ave
ZIP code
10023
Additional information
Rabbi
Rabbi Shaul Robinson
Nusach
Ashkenazic
Daily Services?
Yes
Mikvah On Site?
No
Eruv?
Yes
Shul Features
  • Shabbat 8am Minyan
  • Shabbat 9am Minyan
  • Youth Minyan
  • Youth Groups
  • Social Hall
  • Shabbat Hospitality
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