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Daily minyan

Daily and shabbat Services at csi:

Minyan is held every morning and evening at Shearith Israel. Weekday Shacharit begins at 7:00 a.m. (6:50 a.m. on days when the Torah is read); Sundays start at 9:00 a.m.; most federal holidays at 8:30 a.m. Weekday Mincha/Ma’ariv (afternoon and evening) times vary between 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. by season, so please consult the calendar for specific times! Enter for minyan from our parking lot off University Drive.

Egalitarian services are led by volunteers in the traditional manner of Ashkenazi congregations, and are accessible to everyone no matter their level of knowledge. If you are in mourning after the death of a loved one, observing a yahrzeit (anniversary of the date), or want to join our kehilla for a few minutes of reflection and community, please join us any morning or evening. If you are eager to lift your spiritual life through daily prayer, make the Shearith Israel minyan part of your routine.



To be a part of Daily Minyan services on Zoom, visit the following link at the appropriate time. Please note: Due to a variety of technical challenges with the recent "Zoom Rooms" link, we will once again use our "old" Zoom link for services.

Daily Minyan Services via Zoom - Gather Here

To join via the Zoom website instead, go to, click "Join a Meeting" and then enter the following:

Meeting ID: 404 873 1743 / Passcode: 4048731743



Torah Study, hosted by Rabbi Jonathan Crane and other congregants, takes place in-person in the Chapel and on Zoom every Shabbat morning at 10:30am. Click the link below to participate. 

Meeting ID: 404 873 1743 / Passcode: 4048731743

Torah Study on Zoom - Gather Here


Shearith israel Minyan Listserv and WhatsApp

For general davening information and questions, please contact us at

We have a newsgroup! Join our minyan newsgroup by emailing Members of this group may post messages on the forum advising others of an upcoming yahrzeit or simcha, notifying the group if a regular attendee will be missing services as well as other minyan-related matters.

For same-day communications about daily minyan, you can join either or both our SIMinyan-mornings or SIMinyan-evenings WhatsApp groups. 



We know that congregants may be participating in services from home with a variety of siddurim! Please find a breakdown of page numbers for prayer services across the Rabbinical Assembly's Sim Shalom and Lev Shalem siddurim.

Siddur "Crosswalk" for Shabbat

Siddur "Crosswalk" for Weekdays



To download the prayer book for weekday and Shabbat services, or to order a prayer book (or an Etz Chaim chumash), click the appropriate button below: 

Download Siddur Sim Shalom Weekday and Shabbat Services

Siddur Sim Shalom / Etz Chaim Chumash / Mahzor Lev Shalem - ORDER HERE



Shearith Israel davening is lay led; we are eager to expand the group of Shearith Israelites who lead services, chant Haftarah, and leyn Torah. To leyn Torah, please contact Andrea Seidel Slomka at To lead a Shabbat or Yom Tov service or chant Haftarah, please contact Michael Rich at

Weekday service leaders are chosen on the spot, so we encourage you to just show up and make known your yahrzeit/mourning or other interest in leading.  We welcome the opportunity to help you learn (or brush up on) these skills. Reach out to Andrea or Michael and/or check out our study resource guides: 


Reflections on Praying with a Conservative Minyan

“…people seemed to daven as if they meant it. They exuded this sense that something could happen in prayer.” –Rabbi Elie Kaunfer. Empowered Judaism 2010, p.8.

“This is really a good tent of Jacob, you know, a place where I am happy to dwell, an honest-to-goodness house of G-d.”-Arnold Eisen, Chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Conservative Judaism: Today and Tomorrow, 2015, p.25.

Prayer is many things to each of us, often different things on different days. These personal reflections by Conservative/Masorti Jews share their experiences of minyan:

How To Say Kaddish For Your Father in 7 Different Cities by Rob Kutner

Reflections on my Mother’s Death: Minyan by Mark Novak

Thoughts as the End of Kaddish Nears by Baruch Stiftel

Sun, May 22 2022 21 Iyyar 5782