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Shul is Currently Closed

Please be advised that we have regretfully decided to close the neighborhood shuls until further notice. 



Anshei's New Building




Join in with the rest of Anshei's membership be part of our NEW BUILDING. 


Details of the New Building are here.  Make a donation at Building Dedication


You can always contact us with any questions or concerns at our e-mail address

Celebrating Something? Let us know with a Mazel Tov Announcement.  

Upcoming Events

All Events
  • Wednesday ,
    MayMay  27 , 2020
    Erev Shavuos Online Siyum

    Wednesday, May 27th 8:00p to 9:00p


  • Saturday ,
    JunJune  20 , 2020
    Monthly Hot Kiddush

    Shabbos, Jun 20th 11:15a to 12:30p
    One of the best parts of Anshei Shalom are our monthly Kidushim following davening on Shabbat morning. Members and guests gather together to share highlights from our week, laugh, and meet new people. Kiddush helps us build the connections that make Anshei a strong, vibrant community. By sponsoring a Kiddush, you participate in supporting and fostering that sense of community. While many of the kiddushes have themes, you can always use them as an opportunity to sponsor to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, remember a yahrtzeit or put together a group who all have something in common (for example, “2019 Yankees World Series winner super fans”). Please see our list of upcoming hot kiddush dates and the multiple sponsorship options. We deliberately keep kiddush costs low to make sponsorship accessible to the whole membership and also encourage multiple sponsorships. We will also do our best to accommodate any special requests.



More About 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...

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