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Welcome to The Roslyn Synagogue

The Roslyn Synagogue, a member of the Orthodox Union, is a friendly and welcoming synagogue in Roslyn Heights, Long Island. Jews of all levels of observance are welcome. The Roslyn Synagogue opened in 1976 and has been led since its inception by Rabbi Robert (Hillel) Block until June 2021.

The Roslyn Synagogue has a 10-square mile eruv that surrounds a major part of the Greater Roslyn area. Please click HERE for a detailed map.

We would love to see you and your children at any of our Shabbat programs or events!

Join us for The Roslyn Synagogue Sisterhood Shmooze & Book Club

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SHMOOZE: Tuesday, June 1st at 7:30 PM

BOOK DISCUSSION: Tues, June 1st at 8PM

Join the members of the Roslyn Synagogue Sisterhood for an evening of schmoozing and book discussion. This meeting will be held inside The Roslyn Synagogue, though zoom option to join is available.

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Roslyn Synagogue Updated COVID-19 Guidelines

If you are fully vaccinated (2 weeks after your second Pfizer or Moderna shot or 2 weeks after your J&J shot) you are not required to wear a mask in shul. Of course, you may still choose to wear a mask even if you are vaccinated if you feel it is necessary for any reason.

We will be using the honor system to allow vaccinated individuals not to wear masks.

If you are not honest about your vaccine status you are putting yourself and others at risk of COVID.

We will be relying on your cooperation and honesty regarding your vaccination status.
If you are not vaccinated, or have not completed the 2 week period as noted above, you MUST continue to wear a mask. We will keep the seating arrangement with “family/group” seating and some spacing between “groups” and other “groups” or individuals. This will likely change as we move forward so that seating becomes more available.

Schedule of Prayer Services

Please check our CALENDAR to confirm the schedule of daily minyans and Shabbos services at The Roslyn Synagogue.

Junior Congregation

Kids enjoy Junior Congregation for its engaging programs. Parents value their kids learning Jewish prayers while developing an appreciation for coming to Sabbath prayer services.

Children between the ages of 7-13 are encouraged to attend Junior Congregation which occurs from 10:45-11:30 AM. During Junior Congregation children pray together while learning the words and more about the meaning of the prayers as well.  They also explore the Torah portion of the week in a fun and interactive way.

Every Junior Congregation ends with fun games!  Junior Congregation also hosts several fun and festive activities for the children celebrating the holidays.

Minyan Katan

Younger kids enjoy Minyan Katan for its engaging programs and yummy snacks. Parents value their kids learning about the holidays, the Torah, and Jewish prayers while developing an appreciation for coming to Sabbath prayer services.

Children between the ages of 2-6 are encouraged to attend Minyan Katan which occurs approximately twice a month (once in the summer months) from 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM. During Minyan Katan, children sing songs, explore the Torah portion of the week in a fun and interactive way, hear a story and enjoy a snack. Children under the age of 3 are asked to have an adult guardian with them during the program.

Weekly Class Schedule (Fall thru Spring)


Tuesday evenings (8:15 – 9:15 PM):

Open to all-beginners and seasoned students of Talmud. The session involves mutual participation in understanding and analyzing the text. The discussions are always friendly, often lively and sometimes even heated.

We are currently studying the Tractate Sukkah, which discusses the various Mitzvot of the Sukkot festival, including the four species of the lulov, the proper construction of the sukkah and observance of the Mitzvah, as well as how the holiday was celebrated in Temple times.


Wednesday evenings (8:15-9:15 PM):

Discussion of upcoming week’s Torah portion. Both classical and modern commentators are employed. The discussions are lively, incisive and informative and are accessible to attendees regardless of prior knowledge of Tanach (Five books of the Torah).

Please check our CALENDAR to confirm this week's class schedule.

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