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SHABBAT SERVICE IN-PERSON UPDATE AS OF JANUARY 6, 2022

Pre-registration is required to attend Shabbat morning services. Please click here to register. To review all of the latest operation updates due to the Omicron variant, click here.

Join Us In-Person or online

All daily minyan services (Sunday morning through Friday morning) are offered in-person and online at the regular times. 

Masks are required at all services, except for those individuals who are leading or speaking from the bima. Everyone who enters the B’nai Israel building is required to complete a waiver form. These forms will remain on file so individuals only have to complete them one time.

Our Zoom option remains for all Weekday Minyanim. Our enhanced Livestream is available for Shabbat/Festivals and begins regularly at 6:15 PM on Friday evenings and 9:00 AM on Saturday mornings.

Join us via zoom (weekday services)

https://zoom.us/j/788352437 *New* Password: 6301

join us by phone (all services)

Dial-in: 1-929-436-2866
Enter Meeting ID: 788 352 437 #
OR one-tap mobile by clicking: +
19294362866,,788352437

Please note that while we do not anticipate exceeding it, there is a participation limit on these lines.

worship schedule

DAILY MINYAN

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 7:15 AM & 8:00 PM 
Friday, 7:15 AM 
Sunday, 9:00 AM & 8:00 PM
Please note: On Holidays and Jewish Festivals, weekday minyanim begin at 9:00 AM

As we begin our Daily
Minyanim in person again, it is helpful to ensure we have a full Minyan. Please use this link to let us know of your attendance. Dates that are still available on the form mean we need additional participants. 

SHABBAT & FestivalS*

Fridays: 6:15 PM
Saturdays: 9:00 AM
*Festival morning services: 9:00 AM

FEDERAL HOLIDAYS

Morning minyan begins at 9:00 AM on the following federal holidays:
Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, December 25*, New Year’s Day*, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, and July 4*. (*If the federal holiday falls on Shabbat, the holiday will be observed the day before, on Friday. If it falls on Sunday, the observance will be the following day, on Monday.)

Minyan on other federal holidays begins at the regular time of 7:15 AM.

prayer books

PURCHASING PRAYER BOOKS FOR HOME USE

During this time, the Rabbinical Assembly is offering our movement siddur at a 40% discount. Books may be ordered by clicking the links below or by calling distributor, G & H Soho, at 201-216-9400, ext. 2.

Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat and Festivals: list price $25.00, now $15.00 (40% discount). 
Siddur Sim Shalom for Weekdays: list price $25.00, now $15.00 (40% discount). 
Etz Hayim: Torah and Commentary: list price $79.00, now $59.00 (25% discount).​​
Mahzor Lev ShalemNote: Although the price is listed as $49, the discounted price of $29.50 will be applied automatically when the item is added to your cart.

Large Print Siddur Sim Shalom for Weekdays
Large Print Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat/Holidays


LINKS TO VIEW pdfS OF PRAYER BOOKS
WEEKDAYs

Weekday Morning (with Torah Readings) 
Weekday Afternoon
Weekday Evening


Friday Evening

Shabbat & Festival Evening Service


Saturday & Festival Mornings (Bar/Bat Mitzvah Service)

Siddur Sim Shalom Shabbat & Festival Morning
Shabbat Afternoon Mincha


ETZ HAYIM HUMASH (TORAH READING)


Mishpatim
Terumah
Tetzaveh
Ki Tisa
Vayakhel


We are delighted to welcome you to B’nai Israel. At B’nai Israel, we are very proud of our daily minyan, which convenes on each weekday morning at 7:15 AM and at 8:00 PM in the evening. On Sundays, minyan is at 9:00 AM and 8:00 PM It provides a meaningful community for those who are saying kaddish, but it is much more. The minyan is a testament to our concern for the value of tefillah b’tzibbur, communal prayer. In non-Covid times, coffee and cake are served each morning, with a more elaborate breakfast on Sundays and Wednesdays.

If you are new to the congregation, please be sure to introduce yourself to the clergy and other members of the minyan. We are always eager to welcome newcomers and to include your loved ones’ names before the recitation of kaddish and other prayers. We look forward to “davening” with you.

We look forward to worshipping with you.

Thu, January 27 2022 25 Shevat 5782