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    Minyan

    Our minyan meets one or two times daily for communal prayer in our beautiful and historic chapel.  Led by our lay leaders, our egalitarian minyanim  support congregants and guests in fulfilling the commandment of praying to God daily, and the duty of reciting the Kaddish when in mourning or on the anniversary date of the passing of a dear one (yahrzeit).

    Your support in attending minyan is essential, as we cannot recite the full service, as well as Kaddish, without 10 Jews above Bar/Bat Mitzvah age. So whether it is once a day, once a week, once a month, or when your schedule allows it, please make the effort to join us.  Please review our current minyan schedule and make an effort to join us.  It is a short time out of your day, which truly makes a big difference.

    For a refresher on the weekday liturgy, please click here: SiddurAudio.

    To review the Mourner's Kaddish please click http://www.mykaddish.com/video.html

    Service Schedule
     Day
    A.M. Minyan
     P. M. Minyan
     Sunday
     8:30 a.m.
     By request
     Monday
     6:50 a.m.
     6:00 p.m.
     Tuesday
     By request
     6:00 p.m.
     Wednesday
     By request
     6:00 p.m.
     Thursday
     6:50 a.m.
     6:00 p.m.
     Friday
     By request
     6:00 p.m.
     Saturday
     9:15 a.m.
     6:00 p.m

    Minyan Requests

    If you need a minyan for a yahrzeit, please contact our Administrator, Barbara Miller, through the synagogue office at  518-393-9211 or by email [email protected]two or three days in advance and bring relatives and friends with you. Together we will try to ensure the presence of a minyan to help you fulfill this important mitzvah.


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