Our morning minyan meets every day of the year and is attended by a friendly and devoted group of people who make up a family within the larger synagogue family. Whether you wish to start your day with communal prayer, recite the mourner's Kaddish, go up to the Torah for an aliyah or observe a yahrtzeit (anniversary of the passing of a loved one), you'll be warmly welcomed. Those not familiar with the traditional Hebrew service are always gently helped to follow and understand the service. Every Wednesday, the minyan members stay after the service for breakfast and a brief discussion. Everyone present is invited to attend the breakfast!  Anyone may choose to sponsor one of our breakfasts in memory of a loved one, or in celebration of a special moment or experience.

Memorial prayers for loved ones (El Maley Rachamim) can be recited on days when the Torah is read (Mondays and Thursdays). Prayers for healing can be said privately every day and are recited in public when the Torah is read.

Here are the times that our morning minyan meets:

  • Monday through Friday, 8:00 A.M. (7:45 A.M. on Rosh Chodesh and Jewish holidays)
  • Sundays and Federal holidays, 9:00 A.M.

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Morning Minyan Guide