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

Online & In-Person Services

Shabbat Shuva • 9/30-10/1 • 6 Tishri 5783


Friday
• 6:21pm Candle Lighting
• 6:30pm Kabbalat Shabbat Chapel


Saturday
• 9:30am Shabbat Morning Service Sanctuary
• 7:18pm Havdalah


Sunday
• 9:00am Sunday Morning Minyan


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Events & Announcements

September 2022 / Elul 5782-Tishrei 5783

Join Kane Street for the High Holidays as we celebrate the start of 5783!

Synagogue Members may register for services and purchase tickets for their guests, and the general public may also purchase tickets at:
kanestreet.org/hhd

Click here for the High Holidays Services Schedule

All Holy Day services will be live streamed:

kanestreet.org/sanctuary

kanestreet.org/goldman


COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines Updated (September 15)
kanestreet.org/covid-safety

Shabbat Morning Services are back in-person at Kane Street!
Main services take place in the Sanctuary, 9:45am to 12:00pm every Saturday morning.
Family and Youth services are in the classrooms of the Goldman Educational Center.
More information at kanestreet.org/shabbat-prayer-times.
Go to kanestreet.org/covid-safety to learn about our health and safety precautions.


All Synagogue members, their guests, as well as the general community are welcome to our services!

A Prayer for our Country

“Until when will they judge lawlessly,
and favor the presence of the wicked?”

— Psalm 82:2 Continue reading…

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Welcome to Kane Street!

At Kane Street, we bring the wisdom and compassion of Jewish traditions to all, regardless of one’s background. Within our community are traditional Jews and secularists, families and singles, LGBTQ+, non-binary, and straight. Our members include many Jews-by-choice (converts) as well as interfaith families and Jews who are returning to their roots. We are rightly regarded as a community where any sincere person can find a place.

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Kane Street Kids

Kane Street Kids, our creative, progressive, and hands-on preschool, is accepting applications for the 2022-23 school year.

Click here to apply
or contact Preschool Director Cam Lieberson, for more information.


Ask about our Young Threes class for children turning three in the fall and early winter, contact [email protected].

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Read more at kanestreet.org/hebrew-school

Our school year begins on September 12!

Classes will be held in person, and as always, our classes will be engaging, fun, substantive, and full of warmth and community feel.

Enroll at
kanestreet.org/hebrew-school-registration

For more information contact Rabbi Valerie Lieber.

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Support KSS

“Charity is as potent a force for reconciliation as the ancient Temple altar.”

Rabbi Jochanan Ben Zakkai

Donate Online
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More ways to support…
For more information about ways to donate to Kane Street, please click here.

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Kane Street’s Response to COVID-19

Kane Street Synagogue continues to monitor the local and national picture with regards to the spread and infection rates of COVID-19. All current health and safety protocols are available at kanestreet.org/covid-safety.

  • Regular weekly services are in-person and, when available, livestreamed—all are welcome!
  • Evening programming and committee meetings are resuming in-person, but some remain online, or in a hybrid format, depending on available resources.
  • Kane Street Kids and our Hebrew School are both in-person, with appropriate precautions for the protection of students, faculty, and staff.

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We’d love to meet you!

Feel free to contact Rabbi Michelle Dardashti, Executive Director Mickey Dobbs, Director of Education and Family Programming Rabbi Valerie Lieber, or our Liturgical Director Cantor Sarah Myerson.

Rabbi Emeritus Sam Weintraub

Tikkun Olam: Repairing the World Social Justice teachings of Sam Weintraub, Rabbi Emeritus.Click here to access the archive of teachings.

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