Since opening its doors in March, 2003, the Edmond J. Safra Synagogue has become the communal center that its namesake imagined it would. The synagogue offers regular religious services including daily minyanim, daily & nightly learning programs, liturgy studies and daily tehillim readings. Moreover, the synagogue has become a prominent social, cultural and educational center having hosted conferences and lectures, parenting and cooking classes, singles’ events, children’s programs and a variety of cultural and educational events.
The Edmond J. Safra Synagogue is well-located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan at 11 East 63rd Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues and regularly hosts guests from around the world.
RABBI SHLOMO FARHI
Rabbi Shlomo Farhi is a world-renowned speaker and educator, known for his magnetism and personable style. He was born in Israel and raised in the Syrian community of Deal, New Jersey, in a home saturated in Torah, Chesed and tradition. He studied in top yeshivot including Rav Tzvi Kaplan, Mir, and Lakewood, and he obtained his rabbinical ordination from the Jerusalem Kollel of Rav Yitzchak Berkowitz.