Daily Minyan Schedule


Morning Services: Shabbat, Sunday, Monday, and Thursday.

Shabbat services: 9:30 am.

Shabbos, Sunday, Monday, and Thursday are indoors.  Please note new times: 8:30 am for Sunday, and 7:00 am for Monday and Thursday.  Holiday times will be publicized in the What's Happening or other places on the web site.

Please note the following procedures for our indoor services:

  • Everyone must wear the mask at all times when in the building
  • Please make sure as soon as you enter to go directly to the sink, open the water with a paper towel and wash your hands with soap and water for 25 seconds. Then put on the face mask.
  • After hand washing and masking, proceed to the bookcase and get a siddur.
  • There will be seats already situated 6 feet apart. Please take one of them and do not walk around the room.

For now please do not bring children under bar/bat mitzvah.  Anyone with an underlying medical issue, please best to stay at home.


It represents our "normal" schedule, which we hope, IY"H we will get back to soon

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:

9:30 AM

Shabbat and Holiday Mincha Service:

Approximately same time as candlelighting; i.e., 10 minutes earlier than Friday's time

Daily Morning Minyan

Monday & Thursday:

6:50 AM

Tues., Wed., & Friday:

7:00* AM


8:20 AM

(Note: On most US holidays, the weekday morning Minyan begins at 8:00 am.  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 7:00 AM.)

Evening (Maariv) Minyan

Friday and Saturday

see above


see below

Monday- Thursday:

9:00 PM*

(Note: this time is subject to change as sunset changes and/or for fast days and other observances.)

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.

Please contact the office to request a Mincha minyan.