Welcome to Ramath Orah

Welcome to Congregation Ramath Orah, a traditional, inclusive Orthodox synagogue in Manhattan's Upper West Side. Our historic buildinglocated several blocks from Columbia University, is home to a diverse community, spirited prayer, engaging guest speakers, insightful study groups, and lively social gatherings. We are always excited to welcome newcomers, and to answer questions or help in any way to enhance your experience with us. We look forward to seeing you soon.

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Upcoming Events

  • Wednesday
    Jan 24
    Living Room Learning with Rabbi Grussgott on “Orthodox Views of Different Fellow Jews”
    Wednesday, Jan 24th 8:00p to 9:00p
    Four Wednesday nights at 8 PM. January 3 - Orthodox Views of Secular Jews January 10 - Orthodox Views of Reform Judaism January 17 - Orthodox Views of Conservative Judaism January 24- Orthodox Views of Various Smaller Denominations - Reconstructionist, Renewal, and Humanistic Judaism

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  • Saturday
    Feb 3
    7th Annual Membership Welcome Lunch
    Shabbat, Feb 3rd 12:30p to 3:30p
    SIGN UP NOW!: Join us for a delicious catered lunch to welcome our new members and celebrate returning members of our community. This event is open to everyone! Don't miss this great opportunity to welcome the newest additions to our growing community, while also enjoying time with your old CRO pals!

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  • Saturday
    Feb 10
    Women's Tefillah
    Shabbat, Feb 10th 9:50a to 11:15a
    Women's Tefillah

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  • Saturday
    Feb 10
    Reel Encounters
    Motzei Shabbat, Feb 10th 8:00p to 10:00p
    An international film series offering a rare opportunity to watch and discuss challenging films in an open setting

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2018 Membership

Our membership year runs from January 2018- December 2018.  Join now for the 2018 year. Join here. 

Contribute to Historic Capital Campaign

  • Contribute to the Capital Campaign
  • Visit our dedicated Capital Campaign website to learn more about this campaign
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Sun, January 21 2018 5 Shevat 5778