Although we usually do get minyanim for services, if you are observing a Yahrtzeit, please contact the office a day or so in advance, so we can try to ensure that a minyan is available. Check the What's Happening for last minute changes!
Friday Night Services:
10 minutes after candle lighting
Shabbat and Holiday Morning Minyan:
Shabbat and Holiday Mincha Service:
Approximately same time as candlelighting; i.e., 10 minutes earlier than Friday's time
Daily Morning Minyan
Monday & Thursday:
Tues., Wed., & Friday:
(Note: on the following US holidays, the weekday morning Minyan begins at 8:00 am: Jan 1, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Dec 25; but we adhere to the 7:00 am schedule for the some federal holidays that are not as widely observed. Please contact the Office or check the What's Happening for specific holidays. * -Days when the Torah is read, including Rosh Chodesh and Chol HaMoed davening begins at 6:50 AM.)
Evening (Maariv) Minyan
Friday and Saturday
(Note: this time is subject to change as sunset changes and/or for fast days and other observances. Times change for Chol HaMoed to the Sunday Schedule.)
Sunday Mincha/Maarv changes to permit an hour between Mincha and Maariv; please check the What's Happening for specific times or call the office.
At present, a regularly-scheduled daily Mincha minyan is being arranged.
Please contact the office to request a Mincha minyan.