• building self.

    Values. Character. Ethics. Spirituality. Hope. Joy.

    Building a better world begins with building a better you.

  • together.

    All personal and religious orientations are welcome to participate in our movement to build more meaningful lives inspired and guided by Conservative Judaism. 

    Congregation Habonim welcomes you home.

  • in the community.

    Congregation Habonim welcomes you.

  • religious school.

    The Anne Hahn Religious School is...

    • Steeped in Jewish values, traditions and rituals

    • Interactive and engaging

    • Meaningful and substantive

    • Challenging, dynamic and diverse

    • An active dialogue between staff and participants

    • Nurturing, warm and playful

  • upfront and personal Torah study.

    Under the guidance of our clergy and our highly qualified instructors, the Religious School students take a look at the Parsha of the week.

News & Upcoming Events

Congregation Habonim welcomes you to the Upper West Side!




Religious School at Habonim 


Nursery School Admissions for 2017-2018 School Year

 

Meet Our Clergy, Staff and Board

Rabbi Lisa Gelber

Read Rabbi Gelber's Yom Kippur Sermon, Honoring our Past; Building Our Future, here.

Register for Rabbi Gelber's class, From Where Does My Strength Come, here.

Read about the class/view flyer here. 

 

Cantor Bruce Halev

 

 

 

 

Rina Cohen Schwarz, Religious School Director

 

Tina Lobel

Tina Lobel, Nursery School Director

 

 

 

 

Ann Obsatz, Associate Nursery School Director

 

 

 


Welcome from President Neil Goldstein

Elaine Witkoff

On behalf of Congregation Habonim I am pleased to extend a hearty greeting.  Our mission and goal is to provide a Jewish spiritual home for members and our community and to provide an environment in which we can learn and grow and share important life-cycle events, knowing that we are joined and supported by a caring community in a warm and welcoming environment.

 

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Kabbalat Shabbat Service, Kristallnacht Remembrance with Guest Speaker Dr. Shira Kohn

Guest Speaker Dr. Shira Kohn. Dr. Kohn will speak during our Kabbalat Shabbat service. Dr. Kohn will offer remarks entitled, Saving the "Cream of German Jewish Youth," Student Refugees in America's Jewish College Fraternity System, 1936-1940. The talk stems from a paper entitled From German Jews to Jewish Greeks, Jewish student refugee programs in America's Jewish Frats and Sororities. The paper will be published in 2018. Dr.

Tot Shabbat (ages 5 and under, with parents/caregivers)

Tot Shabbat (ages 5 & under, with parents/caregivers) - on the first Fridays of each month, September through June - is an opportunity for our youngest children to socialize in a community and to engage with other Jewish families. This is also an excellent opportunity for our non-member families to get to know us and to become familiar with our family and children's programming.

Tot Shabbat (ages 5 and under, with parents/caregivers)

Tot Shabbat (ages 5 & under, with parents/caregivers) - on the first Fridays of each month, September through June - is an opportunity for our youngest children to socialize in a community and to engage with other Jewish families. This is also an excellent opportunity for our non-member families to get to know us and to become familiar with our family and children's programming.

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