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Please visit our Online Services and COVID-19 pages for current info. We will mark the end of the COVID emergency with the "Hashiveinu" community event on Sunday morning, August 8.


At Congregation Shearith Israel, we present the age-old Ashkenazi traditions and tunes in an egalitarian, lay-led service where everyone is invited to participate at their comfort level.

Our worship honors our heritage and encourages participation. Every week, congregants chant Torah or Haftarah and share duties throughout the service.

Weekly Saturday morning Shabbat services begin at 9am with Kiddush at approximately noon.

We offer youth and family Shabbat services. To learn about and register for Minyan Shelanu, click here.

We also have both a morning and evening Minyan year round. Times vary by day and season, so please check the full calendar for the most updated information.

Daily Services & Shiva Minyanim

Minyan is held every morning and evening at Shearith Israel and evening shiva minyanim are arranged in homes as required.

Daily Minyan - Learn more

We welcome newcomers and hope to see you soon!  For davening information, please contact us at sidavening@gmail.comYou may also join the SI Minyan newsgroup by emailing Members of this listserv 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, and 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. 



During this unpredictable, challenging time, daily and Shabbat services will continue at the regular times in a virtual manner. We will count participants participating in these livestreamed services as part of a minyan, or prayer quorum, allowing members to recite full prayer services including Mourner's Kaddish.

Learn More & Livestream Services



Shabbat Morning Services:

As of May 2021, congregants are invited to attend Shabbat morning services in-person, which will operate at a limited capacity for the time being. Registration is required. All services will continue on Zoom for those unable to attend or not comfortable participating in-person.

Click the button below to sign up and learn more.

Shabbat Morning Services - Info & Registration

Daily Minyan:

We are now pleased to welcome congregants and community members back to the Shearith Israel sanctuary for all Daily Minyan services (morning and evening), including Friday and Saturday nights. Registration is not required to attend. All services will continue to be held on Zoom as well. 

Registration is required, however, for Shabbat morning and Yom Tov services. The next available in-person Yom Tov and Shabbat services will be Shavuot (May 17 - 18) and subsequent Shabbatot. 


shabbat morning torah study

Torah Study, hosted by Rabbi Jonathan Crane, takes place on Zoom on Shabbat mornings at 10:30am. Click the link below to participate.

Meeting ID: 485 443 7598
Passcode: 4854437598

Torah Study


Purchasing or downloading a Siddur

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

ORDER Siddur Sim Shalom / Etz Chaim Chumash HERE


rabbinical assembly siddurim "crosswalk"

As 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


Religious Life Committee:

Read 2021 - 2023 Religious Life Committee Chair Baruch Stiftel 's blog here.


CSI Religious Life Goals 

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