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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 is led by Rabbi Yoni Danzger.

The Roslyn Synagogue has a 10-square mile eruv that surrounds a major part of the Greater Roslyn area.

The entire Roslyn Synagogue community feels a sense of pride in our shul which has become a place of rejoicing; a place where all come together to daven, study, eat, and socialize. It is a place where Judaism is experienced with joy, camaraderie, pride, and gladness; where guests feel welcome when they arrive, and usually leave with a smile.

In the tradition of Abraham and Sarah, the Roslyn Synagogue welcomes all visitors and guests.  If you are in need of hospitality for Shabbat or a holiday, please contact us.

The Roslyn Synagogue
257 Garden Street
Roslyn Heights, NY 11577
(516) 484-0697

You can also email Rabbi Danzger directly at: rabbi@roslynsynagogue.org.

Where we are – Roslyn, NY

Rabbi Yoni & Rebbitzen Naomi Danzger

Hailing from Woodmere, New York, Rabbi Yoni Danzger spent two years after high school studying in Israel at Yeshivat Sha’alvim. Upon his return, He attended Yeshiva University, as a member of the Yeshiva Masmidim Honors Program, earning his B.A. in Psychology. Rabbi Danzger received his Semicha Ordination from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) of Yeshiva University in 2017 and most recently was a member of the Beren Kollel Elyon at RIETS.  Additionally, he received his M.A. inSocial/Organizational Psychology from Teachers College of Columbia University.

In 2014, Rabbi Danzger married his wife, Naomi, of Teaneck, New Jersey. Following her passion for teaching Torah, Naomi received her undergraduate and graduate degrees in education and special education from Touro College. She is currently teaches at Yeshiva Har Torah. The Danzgers are the proud parents of Meir Yehuda, Raizy, Aharon Dovi, and Hadassah.

With a true desire to help the Jewish people, the Danzgers have been able to bring their love and passion to many different communities. Rabbi Danzger has served as Rabbinic Intern at Congregation Ohr Torah in Edison, New Jersey, at Mount Sinai Jewish Center in Washington Heights, New York, and Congregation Keter Torah in Teaneck, New Jersey. Each of these experiences has taught them so much about serving the community and has bolstered their desire to join the rabbinate. In 2018, Rabbi Danzger became the Assistant Rabbi at Beth Jacob Congregation in San Diego, California. Under the mentorship of Rabbi Avraham Bogopulsky, Rabbi Danzger honed his rabbinic skills and learned what it means to be completely devoted to the community.

In July, 2021, Rabbi Danzger took up the mantle of Rabbi of The Roslyn Synagogue. The Danzgers are excited to be part of The Roslyn Synagogue and look forward to sharing their passion with the Roslyn community.

Rabbi Emeritus Robert Block

Rabbi Robert Block has been pivotal in the success of The Roslyn Synagogue. His warm personality, sense of humor, consummate rabbinic knowledge, and thoughtful teaching style have endeared him to congregants and visiting guests. Rabbi Block inspires congregants at all levels of observance and knowledge.

In addition to his achievements at The Roslyn Synagogue, Rabbi Block has been a scholar in residence at several synagogues in the United States and abroad. He has lectured widely and has taught courses at Great Neck Project Identity and at the North Shore Adult Education Institute. Rabbi Block is a member of the Rabbinical Council of America, and the Orthodox Union.

Rebbitzen Beile Block has served as a mentor to young Rebbitzens both through the Rabbinical Council of America, and Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future Rabbinic Mentoring Initiative. She attended Stern College and is currently a candidate for a Masters Degree in Jewish History from Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies at Yeshiva University. Beile is a consultant for curriculum development and training for the network of Jewish Community Center Early Childhood programs. 

Together with Rabbi Block and the entire congregation, she has helped create the warm, welcoming atmosphere of The Roslyn Synagogue.

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