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Our Services

Today's Calendar

 
 
Shacharit
: 8:00a
 
 
Daf Yomi
: 8:50a
 
 
Family Minyan & Breakfast
: 9:00a
 
 
Talmud Torah
: 10:00a
 
 
Sisterhood Palooza
: 10:00a
 
 
Mincha/Maariv
: 6:50p

Tomorrow's Calendar

 
 
Selichot followed by Shacharit
: 6:00a
 
 
Daf Yomi
: 7:20a
 
 
Mincha/Maariv
: 6:50p
 
 
Board meeting
: 7:30p
Beth Sholom Book Club - "Wonder of Wonders: A Cultural History of Fiddler on the Roof" by Alisa Solomon.
: 7:30p

Candle Lighting

Friday, Sep 27, 6:40p

Havdalah

Motzei Shabbat, Sep 28, 7:36p
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Why Tefillah? 

Daily minyan is an opportunity to infuse spirituality into your work week. Our lives are so busy and sometimes it feels like we don't even have a minute to step back and frame our daily and weekly goals. Being a part of our tzibbur (davening community) gives us a chance to think about our upcoming day or reflect on the day that has passed. What are our Jewish goals in terms of our work, study, family and friends?

What do we want to accomplish?
What goals have we reached?
What do we want to work on for tomorrow?
What are we grateful for from the day?  
 
In short, coming to daily minyan will make us better Jews, better friends and better family members. It will also give us an opportunity to support our mourners and those who are most vulnerable in our community.  We want services to be meaningful to you. If you would like to schedule a time to learn more about the service, or ask us any questions, please email Rabbi Antine

Daily Services:

Please join us for our daily minyan! 
 
Shacharit - Sunday (and Federal Holidays) - 8:00 AM; Monday & Thursday - 6:20 AM; Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday - 6:30 AM
Rosh Chodesh (Mon - Fri) - 6:10 am
Mincha/Maariv - Please take a look at our schedule to confirm times for Mincha/Maariv, which will typically be 15 minutes before sunset. 

Shabbat and Holidays:

Shacharit - 8:15 am - Hashkama, 9:00 am - Main Service, 9:00 am - Sephardic, 9:15 am - Fox Wing Minyan, 9:45 am - Teen Minyan

Mincha - check calendar or dvar. Mincha will typically be 1/2 before sunset on shabbat and 15 minutes before sunset on Yom Tov
 
Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat - same time as candlelighting during the winter and at 6:45 PM during the summer months. 
Sun, September 22 2019 22 Elul 5779