Our minyan meets one or two times daily for communal prayer in our beautiful and historic chapel. Led by our lay leaders, our egalitarian minyan 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 loved one (yahrzeit).
Your support in attending minyan is essential, as we cannot recite the full service, including Kaddish, without ten adult 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.
To review the Mourner's Kaddish, please click here.
Due to the pandemic, revision of our weekday minyan schedule was required. Until further notice, please join us via Zoom for daily minyan services. There are no weekday services being held in the synagogue at this time. You may find the schedule of services and link to the Zoom room on our Calendar page, by clicking the link here, or the Calendar tab above.
Religious Services <-- Zoom Link
New Minyan Schedule (updated by Ritual Committee, effective May 27, 2020)
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Shacharit 8:30am 7:15am 7:15am 7:30am 7:15am 7:15am
Mincha 7:15pm 7:15pm 1:30pm 7:15pm 7:15pm Changing times
Maariv Upon request 7:15pm Upon request with Kabbalat Shabbat
Wednesday morning minyan is held in conjunction with Temple Israel of Scranton:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83482703967 Password: 1921
Havdalah service on Zoom, changing times each week
In order to attend services on Shabbat, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the synagogue office at 518-393-9211. Registration is currently required for contact tracing and health and safety purposes.