Welcome to Rabbi Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto Synagogue
Shuva Israel New York

Daily and Shabbat Shacharit, Mincha and Arvit Shul
(Breakfast and dinners available at no charge after services)


 

  • YESHIVA
  • EDUCATION & PROGRAMS
  • CLASSES & SHIURIM
  • SPECIAL LECTURES
  • LIBRARY

This week schedule:

Please on Thursdays afternoon around 3:00pm at our media room 3rd floor

For a  Live lecture from Israel by

ADMOR YOSHIYAU YOSEF PINTO SHALITH
Light refreshments will be self served
Translation by Shuva Israel Students is available
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DAILY TORAH CLASS AFTER ARVIT
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Weekday Services - Minyanim
 
Sacharit this week is at 7:30AM
Beit Midrash on the 4th floor. (Breakfast is self served at no charge on ground floor)
 
Torah studies all day until late night!  with Shuva Israel
Torah Students in the Beit Midrash on the 4th floor
Mincha (Ashkenaz) : 3:00PM Main Floor
Mincha : 6:45 PM
Beit Midrash on the 4th floor
Followed by Arvit
 
Shavuah Tov! Hodesh Tov!

 
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Shabbat Kodesh Parashat 

Mincha on Friday:  PM

 

Shabbat Kodesh Sacharit is at AM
Everyone! are welcome to Seudat Shabbat and Hamin
Torah studies all day!with Shuva Israel Torah Students in the Beit Midrash on the 4th floor.
Shabbat Mincha at: PM
Everyone! are welcome to Seuda Shlishit, Torah Class and songs for Shabbat
Followed by Maariv and Havdalla.
Melave Malka-Seuda Revit around PM
Shabbat Shalom and Thank you all for coming.
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Location and directions:
Shuva Israel Manhattan | Orthodox Synagogue and Yeshiva


Address:

122 EAST 58 Street New York, NY 10022 USA
Between Park and Lexington Avenue

 
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