The Roslyn Synagogue

The Roslyn Synagogue

Roslyn Heights, NY 11577
Tax ID11-2394265

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The Roslyn Synagogue, a member of the Orthodox Union, is a friendly and welcoming synagogue in Roslyn Heights, Long Island. Jews of all levels of observance are welcome. The Roslyn Synagogue opened in 1976 and is led by Rabbi Yoni Danzger. The Roslyn Synagogue has a 10-square mile eruv that surrounds a major part of the Greater Roslyn area. The entire Roslyn Synagogue community feels a sense of pride in our shul which has become a place of rejoicing; a place where all come together to daven, study, eat, and socialize. It is a place where Judaism is experienced with joy, camaraderie, pride, and gladness; where guests feel welcome when they arrive, and usually leave with a smile. In the tradition of Abraham and Sarah, the Roslyn Synagogue welcomes all visitors and guests.

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