Minyanim

Minyanim/Prayer Services

Young Israel has a number of daily minyanim and several Shabbat minyanim. Our shul also prides itself on its diversity. Therefore, we have several types of minyanim and prayer groups where specific age groups and genders can also participate in a more targeted environment.

Weekly Minyanim
Mornings
Tue., Wed. and Fri.: 6:10 and 6:50 AM
Mon. and Thurs.: 6:00 and 6:50 AM

Rosh Chodesh Days: 5:50 and 6:45 AM

Evenings:

In summer: Mincha/Maariv at candlelighting of the previous week

In winter (following Sukkot):
Mincha/Maariv rotates between the Orthodox shuls in the community (see announcements for the full schedule)
Weekday Ma'ariv: 8:00 PM

Shabbat Minyanim/Prayer Groups
Friday Evening
Mincha/Kabalat Shabbat/Ma'ariv: Candle Lighting Time
7:00 PM - When Standard Candle Lighting is after 7:00 PM
And at candlelighting when Standard Candle Lighting is after 7:25 PM


Morning
Hashkama Minyan: 7:30 AM in the Beit Midrash
Main Minyan: 9:00 AM in the Main Sanctuary

Afternoon
Mincha: Candle Lighting Time

Learn more about Tefillat Nashim

 

Tefillat Ketanim
Children ages 2-5 and their parents join together from 11:00-11:30 AM on Shabbat morning for a fun and relaxed Tefillah with age appropriate explanations and fun tunes. Ketanim sing songs, say brachot, and dance with stuffed Torahs. The program includes story time with a Jewish-themed book, and children get a take-home prize every week. For more information contact Mindy Levine at ketanim@yisharon.org.

Teen Minyan
Once a month, teens, grades 7-12 conduct their own minyan at 9:30 AM in the Beit Midrash.
More info: teenprograms@yisharon.org

Davening Groups
Three individual davening groups include 1st & 2nd grade (10:30-11:30 AM), 3rd & 4th grade (10:30-11:30 AM) and 5th & 6th grade (9:30-10:30 AM).
More info: youthprograms@yisharon.org

Shaliach Tzibur Tutorials
Men who are interested in learning how to lead davening and women who would like to lead Tefillat Nashim are paired with expert tutors.
More info: education@yisharon.org

 

Mon, 27 February 2017 1 Adar 5777