Sutton Place Synagogue
Sutton Place Synagogue

Sutton Place Synagogue was founded more than 100 years ago, in 1901, as Congregation Beth Hamidrash Hachhagadol Talmud Torah, but our roots extend back even before the dawn of the 20th century. That’s when a small Jewish population in the eastern portion of Manhattan’s Midtown area – a neighborhood populated mainly by people of German and Irish ancestry – banded together as a community in order to perpetuate the Jewish life they had left behind in traveling to America.
New York, NY, USA
Founded in 1901

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