The Prospect Heights Shul
A Modern Orthodox Shul in Brownstone Brooklyn
The Prospect Heights Shul is a warm and diverse Modern Orthodox community that exists to create meaningful relationships among its members and with G-d, to foster personal and spiritual growth, and to care for those who are marginalized, within our community and beyond it.
Please join us!
This Week at PHS - ALL IN-PERSON SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES ARE CANCELLED EFFECTIVE FRIDAY MAR TO13 TO PRESERVE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF OUR COMMUNITY. PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES.
Weekday Shacharit on Monday & Thursday (630am) @1027 Pacific Street.
Friday Night and Shabbat Day will *both* take place at 1027 Pacific. Please sign up for our newsletter or check our Facebook page for more up-to-date information.
Monday: Adventures in Hassidic Thought (8:00PM/1027 Pacific)
Join Rabbi Leener as we explore the personalities and teachings of the great Hassidic Masters. From the Baal Shem Tov to Rav Kook, we will examine how these mystics redefined Jewish notions around the nature of God, the purpose of creation, the role of Man, the mission of Israel, the goal of the Torah, and much more! Sign up here.
Thursday: Advanced Talmud for Everyone (8:30PM/Greenfield Home)
Whether you have experience with Talmud or are a novice, this weekly Thursday night class will explore seminal philosophical, religious and legal themes in the Talmud, based off of the teachings of Rabbi Dr. Joseph Soloveitchik. Class is taught by Noah Greenfield.
Shabbat Minyan Times
Friday evening (1027 Pacific Street)
6:40 pm - Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv
Saturday morning (1027 Pacific Street)
9:00 am - Shacharit
10:00 am - PHS Kids
6:40pm Mincha/Maariv (1027 Pacific Street)
Rabbi Jonathan Leener is a Brooklyn-based rabbi who serves as the spiritual leader of the Prospect Heights Shul.
Rabbi Leener was ordained at Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School in 2016. He has served as the rabbinic intern at Sherith Israel Congregation in Nashville, Tennessee and Beth Sholom Congregation in Potomac, Maryland.
His writings on Judaism have appeared in The Washington Post, The Jewish Week, The Jerusalem Post, and Haaretz. Rabbi Leener also serves as the spiritual leader of Base BKLYN and a member of the New York Board of Rabbis.
Rabbi Leener can be reached by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org