Contact Us

Congregation Beit Simchat Torah
130 West 30th Street
New York, NY 10001-0154

Phone: 212-929-9498  Fax: 212-620-3154‎

Office Hours: 
: 9am-5pm
Friday: (Winter) 9am-3pm / (Summer) 9am-4pm

Emergency Number: 917-513-0413
Regarding death, or other emergency pastoral needs outside of office hours, call  and a member of our clergy will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

Accessibility Services / ASL Interpretation:
Rabbi Marisa James or Jesse Katz:
212-929-9498 x822

Appointments with rabbis:

B’nai mitzvah, teen/adult education: Miya Rotstein,         

CBST Cemetery: Carrie Connor,,  x813

Chai Cards and Yartzeits: Ruth Kleinman,, x815

Contributions / Sponsorship: Ruth Kleinman,, x815

Event rentals, facilities, & space use:  Carrie Connor,, x813

Events programming: Jesse Katz,, (646) 481-7573

Families with Children programming or children’s education:

General inquiries:, x810

Immigration Clinic: Noah Habeeb,, x846

Media inquiries: Tasha Calhoun,, x875

Membership: Ruth Kleinman,, x815

Pastoral Care / Life Cycles (e.g., refuah list, death, wedding appointment, conversion, b’nai mitzvah): Ari Mosbacher,, x806

Publicity / social media promotion:

Shabbat Sponsorship: Ruth Kleinman,, x815

Social Justice initiatives: Rabbi James,, x822

Programming, Events, and Group Tours: If you are interested in planning an event or program at or with CBST, please complete this Programming Request Form. If you are interested in bringing a group to visit, or tour CBST, please complete this Group Tour Request Form. All in-person visits and events are suspended until further notice.

  • The Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum and Randi Weingarten
    Fund for Social Justice

  • “Social Justice is rooted in our Jewish texts, history, theology and liturgy. We don’t separate spirituality from social justice.” - Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum
    Learn more and donate

  • CBST Annual Appeal

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  • Each week,
    members and friends
    sponsor our livestream
    and oneg/kiddush

    to share joys and remembrances,
    marking special occasions
    and poignant moments.