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About Membership at Kane Street Synagogue

We are an open, inclusive, and egalitarian community, affiliated with the Conservative movement. Several membership dues categories are offered; each includes tickets for High Holy Day services. Family memberships include tickets for parents and their children aged 25 and under. Individual and student memberships receive one ticket per household. Tickets for High Holy Day services are distributed to members in good standing.

Each member household is eligible for one vote at the Annual Meeting and any Special Meeting of the Congregation. After two years of membership, members may be nominated to the Board of Trustees during the nominating period, typically in the Spring.

Kane Street welcomes people of all backgrounds. We also encourage non-Jewish partners and parents to become part of our community of learning, prayer, friendship, celebration, and social action. We offer family and adult educational opportunities, and our Rabbi is happy to meet with any member to offer counsel and advice. Certain ritual roles are limited to Jews. Children who are Jewish (or on their way toward becoming Jewish) are welcome in our Hebrew School. Kane Street Synagogue membership is required for all families enrolling children in the Hebrew School.

Our community's vision for Jewish life embraces the Rabbinic teaching that the world stands on three things: Torah (learning), Avodah (prayer), and Gemilut Chasadim (acts of lovingkindness and social justice).

The new membership year starts on August 1 of each year; below are the dues for the coming year. Please contact for more if you wish to join immediately, or post-date the beginning of your membership to August 1.

Membership Categories and Annual Dues (August 1, 2024 to July 31, 2025)

• Family: $3,340
Two adults living at the same address*
• Interfaith Family: $
One Jewish and one non-Jewish adult living a the same address*
• Single Parent Family: $
One adult, and one or more children/dependents aged 25 or under
• Individual: $
One adult
• Young Family: $
Two adults living at the same address, one of whom is aged 35 or under*
• Young Adult: $
One adult aged 35 or under
• Student: $
One adult, enrolled in a institution of higher education

*These households may also include one or more children/dependents aged 25 or under.

Membership is automatically renewed (at the updated rate, if different) in the first week of August each year, and will be reflected in your account online, and on your monthly statement issued at the end of August.

If you purchase tickets for High Holy Day services as a member of the general public, you may be entitled to a credit up to the value of your purchase of tickets for you and those in your household if you join as a member in the following months.

No one is turned away because of financial constraints or circumstances. We make special dues considerations to accommodate all who wish to become part of our kehilla. Please call (718) 875-1550 to speak with our Executive Director, Treasurer, or Rabbi. Any such conversations will be held in the strictest confidence. If you wish to apply for a dues abatement, please write to
Mon, June 24 2024 18 Sivan 5784