Membership

Membership 2017

As Manhattan Sephardic Congregation celebrates its 27th Anniversary this year, we ask you to make concrete your commitment to our unique Synagogue by becoming a member. Please find (on the back page of this sheet) a membership application for MSC. Please also take part in the volunteer section.

Membership to MSC offers many privileges including discount rates for High-Holiday seating, Facility Rental and other MSC parties and events.  But most importantly, becoming a member means that you are part of the greater family of MSC.  We are special in our warmth, our hospitality and our generosity, as anyone who is familiar with us knows.  We truly are a family, with all that that word implies.

Additionally, this year MSC is adding programs suited for all ages.  We are certain that you will benefit from one or more of these projects.  If you do not receive our weekly bulletin via email, please call the office.  We want you to be informed of all the events happening at MSC.

Please note, the membership process has been modified for the 2017 calendar year. We encourage everyone to complete their membership and take advantage of the benefits being offered by being a MSC member. The membership for 2017 begins from January 1, 2017 through December 31, 2017.


Please do your part to help this unique community grow even stronger and more vital.

We ask that you please fill out the membership application (with the corresponding fee) and return it to us as soon as possible.  Even if you have already paid for your membership this year, we ask you to please fill out the application (especially your email address & your cell phone number) as we are updating our mailing list. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the office.

Thank you.
The Membership committee

Click here to download our membership form. Completed forms can be submitted to the synagogue either by regular mail, fax (212.772.8698) or email (info@sepharad.org).

Membership fees are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.