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Town and Village Synagogue Overview
Named for our roots in Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, T&V is home for congregants and members from throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn. We are grateful to have evolved as a caring, inclusive, multigenerational congregation whose members, having grown up in all walks of Judaism, have found their way home.
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Town and Village is a really special place. Rabbi Sebert is absolutely fabulous; he's an incredible teacher and a generous soul. The leadership and community is warm and welcoming. This is a fabulous shul...
Town and Village Synagogue is the only conservative synagogue south of 42nd street. Its down-to-earth membership is welcoming and, for those interested in getting involved in synagogue life, the opportunities are plentiful. A recent project, T&V Together, is striving to reach out to the membership ...
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Since we moved to NYC we have not been able to truly feel connected and a sense of belonging to a synagogue. This High Holiday season at Town and Village Synagogue was definitely an exception. Very meaningful.
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