Congregation Anshei Shalom

Siddur & Chumash Kiddush - Sponsorships Available

Anshei Shalom is excited to announce an annual combined Siddur & Chumash Kiddush in honor of all of this year's hard working First & Second Graders who have received their first Siddur or Chumash! 

The hot kiddush will be held on February 25th - Shabbos Shekalim/Mishpatim.  A special dessert will be served. Rabbi Soniker will also be delivering a personal message to all of the First & Second Graders at the end of davening to address this important milestone in their lives.
 

Please register below to become a sponsor in honor of your child. All sponsors and their children's names will be listed in shul.

We hope you will join us in recognizing this important time in your child's Jewish education.

If you would like to sponsor please go to http://www.anshei.org/event/siddur_chumash

Anshei's New Building Campaign

The Anshei Building Campaign set a goal to raise $1,000,000 in pledges and donations by the Dinner.  Thanks to the generosity of our members, WE DID IT!  We still have a long way to go to reach our ultimate goal. Our new goal is to reach $1.1 Million by Purim.   Find out more by visiting http://www.ansheibuilding.org/.  To join in with the other Shul members and make your pledge today, visiting https://www.anshei.org/building.   All pledges can be paid over three years. 
 
We can do it.  All it takes is your help.

 

To see a list of building dedication opportunities go to: https://www.ansheibuilding.org/dedication-opportunities/

 
 

Welcome To Anshei Shalom

Congregation Anshei Shalom of West Hempstead is a vibrant, warm and welcoming shul, housed in a beautiful, modern building yet maintaining an old-world charm. We have an ever-increasing number of members spanning various age groups, with many young members and growing families. As such, weekly Shabbat youth groups cater to our next generation and a new teen minyan is hugely successful. Daily minyanim, weekly shiurim and three Shabbat minyanim, including an early minyan and a Sephardic minyan separate us from other congregations in the neighborhood. Following Shabbat davening, the congregation partakes in a kiddush in the ballroom where our Rabbi greets members, and congregants have the opportunity to socialize, meet new members and extend greetings to guests. Read more...

Celebrating an upcoming or recent simcha?

Visit Anshei's Simcha Donation page to find out about our various donation options. Your donation will be announced in shul unless requested otherwise.

Upcoming Events

 

Fri, 24 February 2017 28 Shevat 5777