Daily Services


Morning Minyan 

Morning minyan is held in the Eli M. Black Lifelong Learning Center Monday through Friday at 7:15 am and Sundays at 9:00 am, except where noted in our Calendar or Bulletin.

Start your day with a mitzvah! If you are not a minyan regular, consider coming during the summer, when many people are away. Stay afterwards for a cup of coffee and a schmooze.

Morning minyan is held at 9:00 am on the following Federal holidays:

January 1
Martin Luther King Day of Service (3rd Monday in January)
Washington's Birthday (3rd Monday in February)
Memorial Day (4th Monday in May)
Independence Day (July 4)
Labor Day (1st Monday in September)
Thanksgiving (4th Thursday in November)
December 25

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Afternoon/Evening Minyan


Weekday afternoon/evening services are held at 5:45 pm Sunday–Thursday. Help make a minyan! Give yourself the gift of a few minutes of thoughtful reflection in the early evening and help ensure that mourners are able to say kaddish.

During the time of year when it becomes dark after 6:00 pm, we say Minha at 5:45 pm, followed by Ma'ariv.

During the time of year when it becomes dark earlier than 6:00 pm, we do not say a full Minha service. After a psalm and kaddish, we say the Ma'ariv service.

On Friday evening during the time of year when it becomes dark after 6:00 pm, we say Minha  at 6:00 pm., immediately before Kabbalat Shabbat.

Note: On December 24 and December 31, there is a minha service at 12:00 pm. There is no 5:45 pm service those evenings.


Minha on Shabbat begins approximately 20 minutes after the conclusion of Shabbat morning services ... after just enough time to grab a nosh at our festive kiddush! There is no late afternoon/evening service on Saturday unless there is a Bar or Bat Mitzvah in the afternoon.