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A minyan is held morning and evening each day. All Jewish Festivals, major and minor, are celebrated in a way that encourages understanding and participation.

May 5777 be a year in which your connection to our Beth El Community, to Torah, and to Shabbat deepens and enriches your life.


DAILY MINYAN

Mornings:
Monday through Friday……………………………………7:15AM
Sunday…………………………………………………….......… 8:45AM
Rosh Hodesh…………………………………................. 7:00AM
Please check the Synagogue Calendar for monthly Rosh Hodesh dates


Evenings:
Monday through Thursday……………………………….. 7:30PM
Sunday ……………………………….......……………………...7:30PM


Special Service Times:
National Holiday Mornings…………………………………8:45AM
New Year's Day; Memorial Day; July 4th; Labor Day,
Thanksgiving, December 25

 

 

SHABBAT SERVICES

Friday Evening Kabbalat Shabbat………………………………..... 6:15 pm
Shacharit Service (Shabbat Morning)…………………......… 8:50 am
 B'yachad Family Service (For families with children 1st grade and younger)…….10:45 am
Jr. Congregation (Grades 2-5)…………………………..11:00 am

For Shabbat Service Schedule and Candle Lighting Times, click here 


Praying for those in need of healing (M’shebeirach) is a part of every service where the Torah is read.  As you are aware, the Makri (speaker) has a list of names that are read aloud.  On Shabbat, if you have an additional name to add, you are asked to stand at your seat and say it privately when prompted.  The procedures we use on weekday morning Minyanim is a bit different than the procedure we use on Shabbat. 

The purpose of this note is to make you aware of the different WEEKDAY rules and procedures that were established by the Ritual Committee over the years, and have recently been reviewed and tweaked.  Also I have included a reminder of how you can add a name to the written list that is read aloud by the Makri, and how long it remains on the list.

M‘shebeirach: Procedures for Weekday Morning Minyanim

  1. Congregants can choose to approach the Bima and say names aloud or say them privately at their seats.
  2. As a courtesy to everyone, Congregants who approach the Bima with more than three names should have them written down so the service proceeds efficiently.
  3. The Makri will not repeat the names of those spoken by congregants who approach the Bima.
  4. A quiet, dignified demeanor for M’shebeirach and all parts of the service is to be maintained. The Makri, service leader and Clergy will help maintain proper decorum.

M‘shebeirach: Procedures for having Hebrew names listed and read on Shabbat and morning Minyanim

  1. If you wish to have a Hebrew name added to the printed list of names that is read by the Makri, please submit the name to Mark Stadler at [email protected].  You can also leave a written note or call, but having it written down in some form is much preferred so as to cut down on potential errors.  Be sure to also let us know how we can reach you in case there is any question.  If you do not know the persons Hebrew name, you are of course invited to recite the name aloud.
  2. The printed list of names will be reviewed on a regular basis in order to keep the list current.  Names remain on the list for 60 days. Unless otherwise contacted by the congregants who submitted them, the names will come off the list after 60 days.
  3. Those who have submitted names that have been on the list for more than 60 days will receive an email or note from the Ritual VP stating our procedures and asking them if the names should be continued for another 60 days.