The Free Synagogue of Flushing is a historic synagogue located at 41-60 Kissena Boulevard in Flushing, Queens, New York City. It was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 2009. Its establishment is based on the free synagogue movement, started by Stephen Samuel Wise.Make Free Synagogue of Flushing a part of your Queens vacation plans using our Queens trip itinerary planning tool.
Free Synagogue of Flushing reviews
This is place of worship for Jewish community and very old at this place since long. They welcome anyone walking in. more »
May be the oldest Synagogue in the area. It was old in the 50's when I worked in Flushing. It's now 2019. Do the math. I have to look on the building to see if there's date and will update. more »
I get a feeling of community whenever I participate in services here.
Rabbi Zylberberg is an amazing new rabbi at the Free Synagogue of Flushing. He has a plethora of knowledge and many wonderful ideas for developing programs. This congregation should feel very lucky to have such a devoted spiritual leader.
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