Morning prayer is a wonderful way to open our hearts and minds, allowing God’s presence into our lives.
Our traditional lay-led weekday morning minyan starts the day with fellowship, the chant of prayer, and a light breakfast. Participating in the minyan is an opportunity to fulfill the important mitzvah of helping others recite the Mourner’s Kaddish. Services are less than one hour on a regular morning, a little over an hour if there is Hallel and Torah reading for Rosh Chodesh. Dress is casual.
Sunday Morning Minyan
The Sunday morning minyan meets in the Bet Midrash at 9:10 am every week.
Do a mitzvah of attendance:
In order for congregants to say Kaddish, we need to make a minyan on Sunday mornings. Please consider committing to 1 or 2 minyanim during the next 6 months.
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Questions? Contact the CBI office.