The Sixth Street Community Synagogue

325 East 6th street
New York
NY 10003

The Sixth Street Community Synagogue

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For generations, the Community Synagogue has been a hub for intellectual, religious and social activity. Founded in 1940, the synagogue originally served a bustling, immigrant population within New York’s Yiddish theater district. Today, modern orthodox congregation remains a resource for Jews from around the world and around the is a modern orthodox shul housed in a historic building in Lower Manhattan.


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