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236 Kane Street / Brooklyn, NY 11231 / 718 875-1550

Join us for High Holidays 5777/2016

The word shana (literally, “year”) comes from a Hebrew root meaning to learn, to repeat, and to change. These words define life at Kane Street, where we learn and cherish Jewish traditions as we make them relevant to today.
We welcome all members, their guests, and the wider community to join us for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services, as well as for our family services and other events, and activities throughout the High Holiday season. You can find everything you need to know – information, schedules, tickets, and more – on our High Holidays page.

Bialy Rock with Ora

Jewish music class for children 4 to 30 months with a parent or caregiver
The Fall Series begins Friday, October 7
6 Session Series at 10 AM or 11:15 AM
Download the flyer here and register online.

Open Beit Midrash 2016 – 2017

Tuesday Evenings, November 15, 2016-March 14, 2017
6:45pm Dinner
7:30-9:00pm Class
Cost: $40 per three week course (includes catered dinner), or you may purchase a subscription for $150 for the year (all five courses, including all dinners). Read more about Open Beit Midrash and
Register now. Purchase a Beit Midrash Course or Subscription for the year!

Sanctuary Project Comments

Send your comments about the Sanctuary Project to
Thank you to all who attended the recent community-wide meeting with H3 Architecture, as well as any of the small-group interview sessions. There will be additional interview sessions later in the summer, and another community-wide presentation by H3 in the fall. We also encourage everyone to share their thoughts via email at any time, directly to Messages will be read and considered as part of the design process, by the architects at H3 and by Kane Street’s Building Committee.

Kane Street Synagogue Restoration Project – June 2016 Update

Kane Street has made significant progress in our effort to revitalize and renew our historic sanctuary. We are pleased to announce a number of exciting recent developments, including a grant from the New York City Landmarks Conservancy, the engagement of H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture for the sanctuary interior, and a new look for the capital campaign. For more details, take a look at the June 2016 report.

Register For Hebrew School Now

New students’ deadline is August 1.
Click here to easily register online.
The schedule and fees are included on the registration form. For questions or more information please contact Rabbi Valerie Lieber

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