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Welcome
welcome
Join us for services at our synagogue. Be welcomed into our friendly, non-judgmental atmosphere. No tickets. No membership. Welcome to your spiritual home in the Hamptons.
Services

Enter our synagogue and be welcomed into our warm and friendly atmosphere. Our services are conducted in an easy-to-follow format for all levels of observance. Enhanced by joyous singing from our Rabbi and congregants, this is nothing like the boring services you went to as a child. Don’t read Hebrew? Don’t worry! Our prayer books contain English translation and transliterations so that you can pray no matter how much Hebrew you know. Our Rabbi shares thought provoking words of Torah, scattered with some good jokes,  that are pertinent to today’s times. Come see for yourself what makes our synagogue so special. We guarantee you’ll be happy you did! 

Membership
If you are reading this page, you are already a member of our synagogue. Every Jew is a member here and we do not charge a membership fee. Walk in whenever you'd like and you'll be welcomed with a smile! 
If you require a minyan please call the Rabbi at 631.329.5800
Our synagogue is open 24/7. Come and learn in our beautiful sanctuary. The Rabbi is available for one-on-one or group learning sessions.
Upcoming events
May. 26, 2018
Service in a warm, friendly, inspirational environment, followed by a delicious homemade kiddush.
May. 27, 2018
Children of all ages, come enjoy Organic Cotton Candy, Face painting, pony rides, Carnival games and more! Free of charge, raffle prizes. This carnival isin loving memory of Bryan Jacobson OBM
May. 28, 2018
Best Kosher BBQ in the Hamptons. All you can eat buffet. advance reservation children $18, adults $36 At the Door, children $22, adults $45
May. 29, 2018
For men with Rabbi Leibel The Torah is the ultimate guide book for life. The previous Lubavitcher Rebbe taught, “We must live with the times”, the times meaning the weekly Torah portion. ...