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A Reformed Jewish house of worship for nearly a century, the free Synagogue of Flushing is the oldest liberal Reform synagogue in Queens. Services are open to all who wish to attend, and take place on Friday evenings at 7:30. We are located one...more
This was the temple I went to as a child, way back when - 1980s. The sanctuary is beautiful. I remember the Torah was kept in a separate room. This temple makes anyone who walks in feel welcome no matter your religion. I will never...More
The central place of worship isn't open to the public so plan ahead by emailing or calling the main office phone number. I toured this as part an annual tour organized by the New York Landmarks Conservancy called "Sacred Sites NY." The Free Synagogue of...More
Flushing, one of the oldest villages in NYC, was a Jewish neighborhood 100 years ago when this huge Shul was built in the Sephardic Style. Now Flushing is Chinese & Korean - there are less than a Minyan of Jews left - but Jews love...More
I really appreciate a contribution to local community. I'm not sure it's local actually as I come here from another city. Just to be here and listen to people talks and look at the beauty of this place.
Six or seven years ago our son discovered this synagogue while driving by on the bus. He visited and was immediately impressed with the thoughtfulness and eloquence of Rabbi Michael Weisser. He joined and we soon followed. At the time, the synagogue was coming off...More
Majestic old temple with beautiful stained glass windows. Very historical sanctuary still going strong even though the demographics of the neighborhood It is now a reformed temple!I only hope it will remain in the neighborhood!
Nestled in the heart of Flushing, this historic Reform Synagogue is trying to remain viable in the face of changing demographics. Their dedicated membership works hard to be welcoming. The building itself needs some work, but the Sanctuary is what should bring you there. And,...More