Join us next year at our inspiring and thought provoking musical services with Rabbi Joshua Stanton Cantor Shira Ginsburg, and our incredible musicians, including Grammy Award Winner Ben Wisch. Click here for more information on our main service, as well as our free Young Family and Family Services.

We gather in our beautiful sanctuary for a reflective and uplifting musical prayer service.  Our regular Kabbalat Shabbat service takes place every Friday night at 6:15 pm, and is about one hour and fifteen minutes long.  Using Mishkan T’fillah, the Union for Reform Judaism’s current prayer book, our service weaves a combination of Hebrew and English prayers and modern and traditional melodies.  Come join us in welcoming Shabbat at our elevating and inspiring service. Saturday Morning service begins at 10:00 am on select Saturdays; please check our calendar!

Social Justice is a key tenet to living a meaningful and responsible Jewish life. East End Temple participates in social justice in myriad ways.

Join the Cantor and sing your heart out at Shira with Shira. No singing or sight reading experience necessary.

East End Temple Sisterhood is an organization of diverse intergenerational women committed to mobilizing and supporting the life of the temple and the community.

The Boomers of East End Temple (BEET) is a chavurah (group) formed to build connections among the baby boomer (officially defined as born between 1946 and 1964) community.  We look to schedule programs that may interest the generation who grew up through massive social changes which strongly influenced who we are today. 

The EET [genXY] Group is a way for members and friends of East End Temple who are part of Generation X or Y to connect, network and have fun. EET is a downtown Reform congregation reflecting the best of Jewish community life in New York.

LibraryThing is a database that allows temple members to search for specific book titles within our Helene Spring Library collection. Check it out today.

Donations are a valuable way of contributing to the activities and well-being of East End Temple.  You may make a contribution in honor of a person or an event, in memory of someone, or just because you care about the EET community.

Our new exhibition is on loan from the Galicia Jewish Museum in Kraków, Poland, and will be on display through the summer.

Religious School at EET

If you are a new family, please contact the office at or 212-477-6444

Click here to listen to Cantor Shira Ginsburg’s CD, A New Light, which is also available to pick up at EET for free.

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Brit Olam translates to ‘covenant with our world.’ The Brit Olam reminds us of the words from Pirkei Avot: “Study alone is not enough, our tradition demands action.” Click here to learn more.

The EET Legacy Circle will bring together members like you and us, who are eager to help ensure our Jewish community’s future for generations to come by naming East End Temple as a beneficiary in their estate plans.

Have gently used or new medical supplies to donate? EET is a drop off location for the AFYA Foundation! Monday-Friday 10:00am-2:00pm.

AFYA collects and delivers critically needed medical supplies, hospital equipment, and humanitarian provisions for acute and ongoing health crisis worldwide. Click here to learn more about the AFYA foundation and to view the supplies that they accept.

East End Temple stands in solidarity with Jewish groups targeted in acts of anti-Semitism. Please visit the Anti-Defamation League web site, below, for reliable and up-to-the-minute information. And please be in touch with Rabbi Stanton or Cantor Ginsburg to discuss personal concerns.