Jewish Downtown NYC
Looking to get involved in the Jewish scene downtown beyond JCP?
Look no further! There is something for everyone. From museums to delis to synagogues – it’s here and it’s growing.
Synagogue for the Arts is an orthodox shul located on White Street in Tribeca.
Battery Park Synagogue is an independent congregation located in Gateway Plaza on South End Avenue.
The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust is located at the southern tip of Manhattan.
Interfaith in NYC, one resource is Interfaith Community.
Village Temple is affiliated with the Reform Movement and is located on 12th Street in the NYU area.
Congregation Beth Simchat Torah on Bethune Street in the West Village is home to New York City’s LGBT community.
Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion is the seminary of the Reform Movement and is located on West 4th and Broadway.
Angel Orensantz Museum and Cultural Center has been in existence for over 100 years and is on the Lower East Side.
Several other Orthodox shuls and a Talmud/Torah academy are located on the Lower East Side – Jewish bakeries and delis too.