The Sepharadic Minyan
These dynamics were evident in May 1995, when The Shul hosted a meeting of the Annual Sephardic Rabbis Convention. The RishonL'Zion, Sephardic Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi BakshiDoronShlita, addressed the conference.
The community has experienced much growth since its inception and continues to expand on all levels.
To encourage the maintaining of original traditions, The Shul has opened its doors to the Sephardic segment of the community. A Sephardic Minyan has been established offering Daily and Shabbat prayer services. They are part of all social, spiritual, educational and communal activities at The Shul. In this manner, The Shul enables everyone to preserve their respective traditions and simultaneously cultivate a cohesive blend of Sephardim and Ashkenazim into one community.
|Shacharit||8:00 AM||Friday Evening Mincha & Services||Same as Ashkenaz Minyan|
|Mincha, Followed by Arvit||Same as Ashkenaz Minyan||Shachrit / Morning Services||9:00 AM|
|9:00 AM||Mincha||6:00 PM|
|Mincha, Followed by Arvit||Same as Ashkenaz Minyan||Shabbat Ends||Same as Ashkenaz Minyan|
The Sephardic Minyan would like to offer its services to all members of the community. For more information, learning opportunities and Rabbinic assistance please feel free to contact Shimshon Tzubeli at Sepharadic@theshul.org