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With the health and safety of our entire community in mind, please note that as of March 16, 2020 until further notice, all daily minyan services will only be held virtually. Please use the links below to participate.

FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS, WE WILL HAVE A NEW LIVESTREAM. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE HIGH HOLIDAY LIVE STREAM. YOU CAN SEE ALL OF THE INFORMATION AND SCHEDULES ON OUR HIGH HOLIDAYS 2020 PAGE BY CLICKING HERE

Daily Minyan
Monday-Thursday, 7:15 AM & 8:00 PM 
Friday, 7:15 AM 
Sunday, 9:00 AM & 8:00 PM

*Wednesday morning minyan is now being held in-person in Dweck Sanctuary at 7:15 AM. This service will also be accessible via Zoom for those who wish to participate from home. For now, all other weekday minyanim will remain on Zoom. If you’d like to attend Wednesday minyan, please email Allison Karasik.

Shabbat
Kabbalat Shabbat begins Friday at 6:15 PM
Shabbat Morning begins Saturday at 9:00 AM

To access the service click the link below:
https://zoom.us/j/788352437
For audio:
Dial-in: 1-929-436-2866
Enter Meeting ID: 788 352 437 #

PHONE INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Dial 1-929-436-2866
2. Enter meeting ID:  788 352 437 #

If you are without a prayer book, please click the links below to access the services:

Weekday Morning Service

Weekday Afternoon Service

Weekday Evening Service

Page Numbers for Siddur Sim Shalom (1985 edition)

Siddur Sim Shalom Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat Evening Service

Siddur Sim Shalom Psukei D’Zimra

Siddur Sim Shalom Shabbat Shaharit

Siddur Sim Shalom Shabbat Morning Torah Service

Prayer for Hope by Naomi Levy

Siddur Sim Shalom Shabbat Musaf

Alternative Kaddish Prayer When There is no Minyan

Etz Hayim

Ha’azinu (September 26)

Sukkot Day 1 (October 3)

Sukkot Day 2 (October 4)

Shemini Atzeret (October 10)

Simhat Torah (V’zot hab’rakhah and Bereshit) (October 11)

Bereshit (October 17)

Noah (October 24

Open your siddur or humash at home or away from home and participate in our Shabbat, festival, and High Holiday services. Follow the reading of the Torah, study the parasha together with the congregation, listen to the comments of the rabbis on the many concerns of Jewish life, offer personal prayers, and sing familiar melodies along with the hazzan and our B’nai Israel community.

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

Fri, September 25 2020 7 Tishrei 5781