Morning Minyan

Whether saying Kaddish or fulfilling your minyan obligation, or even just to pray and commune with God, this is a most welcoming community. Women are welcome to don tefillin, and the Siddur Sim Shalem for Weekdays is used. Daily minyan meets in the Bennett Library most days, and in the summer usually gathers outside in the Sukkah for prayers. Often, one of our rabbis imparts a few words of Torah at the end of the service. The Tuesday daily minyan is followed immediately by Gary Porton’s Text on Tuesday class.

Click here to join our Morning Minyan online via ZOOM 

Minyan will be held via Zoom Monday-Thursday, and in person on Friday.

You may also connect via phone by dialing 1-312-626-6799 US (Chicago)
You may be asked to input the Meeting ID: 689 962 027

A Zoom password is required to join. Look to your This Week @Anshe and Shabbat Today emails for the password.

Morning Minyan is held weekday mornings (M-F) at 7:00am; Sundays and National Holidays at 8:30am

When the following Jewish holidays fall Monday – Friday, Minyan will be held at 6:50am:

    • Rosh Chodesh
    • Chol HaMoed Sukkot
    • Chol HaMoed Pesach
    • Hanukkah week
    • Yom HaAtzmaut
    • Tisha B’Av
    • Purim

When the following secular holidays fall Monday – Friday, or the weekday on which they are observed (days the synagogue office is closed), Minyan will be held at 8:30am:

    • New Year’s Day
    • Memorial Day
    • Independence Day
    • Labor Day
    • Thanksgiving Day
    • Friday after Thanksgiving
    • Christmas Day

All other federal holidays, when the synagogue office is open, minyan will be at 7AM (Veterans Day, Columbus Day, Presidents Days, MLK Day, Washington’s Birthday).

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