High Holy Day Service Times
Erev Rosh Hashanah - Sunday, October 2nd, 6:00 pm
Rosh Hashanah Day 1 - Monday, October 3rd, 9:00 am
Rosh Hashanah Day 2 - Tuesday, October 4th, 9:00 am
Kol Nidre - Tuesday, October 11th, 6:15 pm
Yom Kippur - Wednesday, October 12th, 9:30 am
We are still welcoming new members and offering tickets for High Holy Day services. Call us today at 212.752.1200. We've one of the few synagogue where everyone worships together for all High Holy Days services, in our beautifully renovated Main Sanctuary. Click for information on membership and High Holy Day tickets and check out our calendar for dates and times of all services.
Or Olam is a welcoming, egalitarian, diverse, and multigenerational community. We worship using the traditional liturgy, with both creative and classical melodies, and enjoy the company of new and old friends after services, during our many study opportunities, and at our special programs.
- To be known as the premier synagogue for those seeking a warm, friendly, unpretentious, yet intellectually and spiritually challenging expression of Judaism.
- To provide many opportunities for prayer, study of Torah, and acts of communal caring.
- To continue to broaden our congregation’s long standing historical diversity in the background, demography, sexual orientation, and levels of knowledge of our congregants, and through that diversity expand our openness, kindness, generosity of spirit, good-heartedness, and our hunger to learn and grow.
- To provide high quality programing and worship opportunity to benefit to the greater Manhattan community.
- To provide for all those who join our community new insights and a stronger connection to God, Torah, the people of Israel, and the State of Israel.
- To have strong relationships with other Jewish and interfaith organizations that share our values, through which we will both learn and teach, and give and receive assistance.
We are proud supporters of The Jewish Theological Seminary. We are also members of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, and have an active Women's League Chapter of the National Women's League for Conservative Judaism.