Will you come to KHD "The Way" this Saturday?




KHD Kehilath HaDerekh means Congregation of The Way. We are a Messianic congregation of Jews and Gentiles, together as one in Messiah, Yeshua (Jesus) of Nazareth. Messianic means 'of the Messiah' and explores the Jewish Roots of New Covenant Faith! Come get your faith on fire!



Don’t want to go alone?
Or maybe you’ve been a few times but you’d like to ask a few questions, or connect with some staff and leaders?
Schedule your visit now and we will:

help you with subway directions 
help you with a parking spot
welcome you at the front door
show your kids our Shabbat Kidz program
save seats for you in the service
introduce you to our members and leaders

So schedule your visit right now. We can’t wait to meet you!


You can drink coffee/tea in the sanctuary, and listen to amazing songs of praise and hear a challenging, relevant message from one of our powerfully gifted Messianic preachers.

This Saturday @ 10:30AM


Our Kidz Shabbat School has:

Age Appropriate Bible Lessons
Bible Topics Coloring Fun
Biblical Themed Arts & Crafts

Where was that when we were kids? 


Just contact us by phone, facebook, or email and one of our team leaders will set everything up just for you!



Let us know your name and that you are coming this Saturday.

Option 1:  Email to info@khdnyc.org

Option 2:  Call  (917) 670-8989

Option 3: Connect with us on facebook.com/khdnyc

See You This Saturday!


236 West 72nd Street 
(between Broadway & West End Avenues)
New York NY 10023
1,2, or 3 train to W. 72nd St. Station.
Walk half a block due West on 72nd St.

Some Helpful Notes:

Here is some information about our services which will help you as your prepare for a visit:

As in most synagogues attire at our services reflects our concern to honor Messiah Yeshua, the Sabbath, and the Torah. Generally Men wear suit jackets and ties or at least adhere to a business casual standard. Women wear dresses, skirts, or dress slacks.

Services are about two hours long with a kiddish following.

We expect all men to wear a kippa/yarmulke (head covering) during services as would be expected at any other synagogue. This practice is optional for women. Kippot are provided at the shul, but you may bring your own if you like.

Men and women may also wear a tallit (prayer shawl). We provide male and female Tallitot for those desiring to wear one during the service. 

If you arrive 15 minutes early, one of our members will be happy to help you look over and understand our Siddur (prayer book) and liturgy. We welcome you to our services and hope that you will enjoy your time with us!


Test Drive A Sermon

Biweekly Services at shul - the first and third week 

of the month. Weekly Shabbat Services via

Zoom and Facebook