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Welcome to Ramath Orah

Welcome to Congregation Ramath Orah, a vibrant Modern Orthodox synagogue in Manhattan's Upper West Side. Our historic buildinglocated several blocks from Columbia University, is home to a diverse and inclusive 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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To join all community zoom events, click here. Password was sent by email to shul members. If you are interested in joining one of our events and do not have a password, email us at info@ramathorah.org.

CRO Schedule October 17 - October 21   *Registration recommended for weekday minyanim*

Sunday, 10/17
8:00 am  Shacharit 

Monday, 10/18
7:00 am  Shacharit 
8:00 pm  New Class Series with Rabbi Bodner titled Second Temple Rabbis: Contextualizing our Tradition (see below)

Tuesday, 10/19
7:00 am  Shacharit 

Wednesday, 10/20
7:00 am   Shacharit

Thursday, 10/21
7:00 am   Shacharit
8:30 pm   Daf Yomi Discussion Group
 
 

Upcoming Events

 

All Events
  • Monday ,
    OctOctober  25 , 2021
    Second Temple Rabbis: Contextualizing our Tradition
    Monday, Oct 25th 8:00p to 9:00p
    In this series we will learn about the lives of Talmudic rabbis who shaped Jewish tradition as we know it today. We will focus on the Second Temple period, primarily from the conquest of Alexander the Great (332 B.C.E) through the Bar Kokhba revolt (135 C.E.) We will learn about the history and the context of the teachings of the rabbis of the Mishnah, with a focus on how they adapted Jewish practices to the changing times. We will examine and study Talmudic texts as well as other historical materials that can shed light on the subject such as the works of Josephus Flavius and the Apocrypha.

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  • Monday ,
    NovNovember  1 , 2021
    Second Temple Rabbis: Contextualizing our Tradition
    Monday, Nov 1st 8:00p to 9:00p
    In this series we will learn about the lives of Talmudic rabbis who shaped Jewish tradition as we know it today. We will focus on the Second Temple period, primarily from the conquest of Alexander the Great (332 B.C.E) through the Bar Kokhba revolt (135 C.E.) We will learn about the history and the context of the teachings of the rabbis of the Mishnah, with a focus on how they adapted Jewish practices to the changing times. We will examine and study Talmudic texts as well as other historical materials that can shed light on the subject such as the works of Josephus Flavius and the Apocrypha.

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  • Tuesday ,
    NovNovember  2 , 2021
    Understanding Tefillah: Class with Rabbi Bodner
    Tuesday, Nov 2nd 8:15p to 9:30p
    When does mincha time end? Why do we have Maftir? When do we start saying V'ten Tal U'matar and why? Why do we bang on the bima on Rosh Chodesh? All of these questions and more will be answered during this one time class on Understanding Tefillah with Rabbi Aviad Bodner. This class is for anyone who is interested in a review of the structure and principles of Public prayer in the synagogue.

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  • Monday ,
    NovNovember  8 , 2021
    Second Temple Rabbis: Contextualizing our Tradition
    Monday, Nov 8th 8:00p to 9:00p
    In this series we will learn about the lives of Talmudic rabbis who shaped Jewish tradition as we know it today. We will focus on the Second Temple period, primarily from the conquest of Alexander the Great (332 B.C.E) through the Bar Kokhba revolt (135 C.E.) We will learn about the history and the context of the teachings of the rabbis of the Mishnah, with a focus on how they adapted Jewish practices to the changing times. We will examine and study Talmudic texts as well as other historical materials that can shed light on the subject such as the works of Josephus Flavius and the Apocrypha.

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  • Monday ,
    NovNovember  15 , 2021
    Second Temple Rabbis: Contextualizing our Tradition
    Monday, Nov 15th 8:00p to 9:00p
    In this series we will learn about the lives of Talmudic rabbis who shaped Jewish tradition as we know it today. We will focus on the Second Temple period, primarily from the conquest of Alexander the Great (332 B.C.E) through the Bar Kokhba revolt (135 C.E.) We will learn about the history and the context of the teachings of the rabbis of the Mishnah, with a focus on how they adapted Jewish practices to the changing times. We will examine and study Talmudic texts as well as other historical materials that can shed light on the subject such as the works of Josephus Flavius and the Apocrypha.

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  • Saturday ,
    NovNovember  20 , 2021
    Women's Tefillah
    Shabbat, Nov 20th 9:50a to 11:15a
    Women's Tefillah

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2021 Membership—Renew or Join Now!

All memberships are now due for renewal. Our membership year runs from January 2021–December 2021. Join now for the 2021 year. Join here. 

Weekday Morning Minyan

All minyanim are indoors in the synagogue.

Registration encouraged (not required) for weekday minyanim. Click here to register

Resources 

Information is subject to change 

Covid-19 Attendance Policies
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Covid-19 Vaccination Resources
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Upper West Side Resources
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