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Daily Minyanim

Daily Minyan (Prayer Service)

“Minyan” has two meanings: a daily prayer service, and the quorum required for the recitation of certain prayers. At Beth Sholom, the “minyan” quorum is ten or more adults (over the age of Bar/Bat Mitzvah) male and/or female Jews for the purpose of communal prayer. Our Minyanaires have made a commitment to regularly attend minyan services to ensure that kaddish can be recited for mourners or those observing yahrzeits.

  • Every morning throughout the year there is a minyan at Beth Sholom.  A light dairy breakfast is served after morning minyan. 
  • Sunday morning @ 9:00 am
  • Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday @ 7:30 am
  • The Torah portion is read on Monday and Thursday  @ 7:20 am
  • Evening Minyan, Monday - Thursday at 7:00 pm (Please see note below)
  • Saturday evenings during Minhah, time dependent on sunset
  • Sunday evening service at 7:00 pm. 

Evening Minyan alternates each month between Beth Sholom and AJ: In order to insure a minyan at every service, Beth Sholom and Adath Jeshurun will pray together Sunday to Thursday evenings:

Even Months (e.g., April, June) Minyan will meet at BSC

Odd Months (e.g., May, July) Minyan will meet at AJ

Kaddish (the Mourner’s Prayer) can be said to commemorate a Yahrzeit (anniversary of a death) at any of our minyanim.

We need volunteers to attend evening minyan to ensure that we have a minyan for those who need to say kaddish.  Please consider volunteering to be on call or to make a commitment to attend one service a week or a month. 

 

Fri, November 24 2017 6 Kislev 5778