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Daily Minyanim


Jewish tradition teaches the value of daily prayer and contemplation. Our three daily minyanim provide respite from the day's material involvement. 

Morning minyan members experience the intimacy of prayers recited in the company of caring friends, affirming the value of tefilla b'tzibbur, communal prayer. Those suffering recent loss or who wish to mark the azkara (yahrzeit) of a loved one will find reciting Kaddish with us both comforting and spiritually rewarding. We earnestly welcome visitors and out of town guests who wish to perform this mitzvah of kevod hamet with us. 

Monday through Friday, the morning Shacharit service begins with korbanot at 6:40, with hodu and the first kaddish at around 6:50.  On Sunday we get an extra 10 minutes in bed, with hodu at 7:00 am.  Preliminary prayers, the Shema, the Amidah follow. As tradition dictates, on Mondays and Thursdays, the Aron Ha-Kodesh is opened and Torah passages are read. We typically complete Shacharit by 7:45 or 8:00 am on Monday and Thursday. Those who must arrive late or leave early are welcome. We have spare tefillin and tallitot for guests.   

Afternoon prayers (mincha) are offered just before sunset (shkiah); a brief moment of learning from the Pele Yoetz precedes our evening (arbit) tefillah. Start times vary with the advance of the calendar. Times are updated on this page and elsewhere on this website. Or call the office at the number shown below.

Wed, July 17 2024 11 Tammuz 5784