Event Rentals

Mount Sinai Jewish Center would be honored to be a part of your simcha or special event. We offer a variety of rooms, with flexibility to fit any occasion. See photos below.
 
For more information on pricing, availability, general questions or to see the facility contact our Executive Director Oren Hiller
Phone: 212-568-1900 Ext 3

Our Facility

Social Hall – Ballroom
Our elegant and airy social hall was renovated in 2010 and includes 3,600 square feet of floor space and lofty 30-foot ceilings. It can seat over 200 people and features additional natural light during the daytime from floor-to-ceiling windows with northern exposure and a dance floor. The room includes a stage that can be used by speakers, presenters or a band as your needs require. The space can be divided for smaller events.

The hall is perfect for bar and bat mitzvahs, engagement parties, weddings, sheva berachot, the annual dinner for your organization, a bris, simchat bat, pidyon haben, graduation, vort Yom Iyun / conferences and group meetings. 

Configurations include set ups for dinners, buffet-style meals, and meetings.

Main Synagogue
With ample seating for your guests and historic stained glass, Mount Sinai’s main sanctuary is a beautiful location for a private prayer service to accompany a bar/bat mitzvah or bris.  Our sanctuary can host weddings as well.

The sanctuary can be reserved for private services on weekday mornings and Sundays.

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Beit Midrash / Torah & Tefillah Center and Multi-purpose Room

Our Multi-purpose room can flexibly host from 10 to over 120 guests for a dinner, buffet-style meal or meeting. The room is ideal for sheva brachos, a l’chaim, vort, shalom zachar, bris, simchat bat, intimate Bar Mitzvah/Auf Ruf luncheon, private prayer services, association meetings or other events.

The room can be divided or expand to seat an additional 80 people and can accommodate multiple configurations.

Location

We are located in upper Manhattan's Washington Heights neighborhood, at  187th Street and Bennett Avenue - one block west of Broadway, Mount Sinai is easily accessible by public transportation. 

(MTA Bus, M100, Bx7 and 1 and A Trains).

By car, we're only a 5 minute drive from the the George Washington Bridge, 15 minutes from Riverdale, and 10 minutes from the Triborough / RFK Bridge.

 

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