Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy

Tour the Historic Bialystoker Synagogue Tonight

Posted July 13, 2017 at 5:08 am

Tonight, the historic Bialystoker Synagogue is once again hosting a special tour of its house of worship. Originally built in 1826 as a Methodist Church, the synagogue is also believed to have been one of the stops on the Underground Railroad. Hosted by the non-profit Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy, “Bialystoker The Beautiful” will illuminate area history and other such […]

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You Can Tour the Historic Bialystoker Synagogue Tonight

Posted July 13, 2016 at 9:19 am

This evening, the historic Bialystoker Synagogue on Willett Street, originally built in 1826 as a Methodist Church, and believed to be one of the stops on the Underground Railroad, is hosting a special one hour tour of its house of worship. Presented by the Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy, “Bialystoker The Beautiful” will present a […]

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Eldridge Street Synagogue to Host ‘Jewish New York’ Roundtable

Posted February 17, 2016 at 9:23 am

When discussing the Lower East Side, the familiar trope about its “melting pot” nature usually arises. After all, at the very least, it was once a landing strip for generations of immigrants from varying backgrounds. In particular, the Jewish community has shaped not only these treasure troves of Lower Manhattan, but also its culinary traditions. How the neighborhood continues to maintain […]

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