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The Sephardic Minyan

These dynamics were evident in May 1995, when The Shul hosted a meeting of the Annual Sephardic Rabbis Convention. The Rishon L'Zion, Sephardic Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Bakshi Doron Shlita, 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.






Weekly Minyan Schedule


Monday - Friday: Korbanot at 7:45 AM - Hodu at 8:00 AM

Sunday: Korbanot at 8:15 AM - Hodu at 8:30 AM


Mincha followed by Arvit:

Sunday - Thursday: 15 minutes before Sunset.

Arvit 2nd Minyan: 10:00 PM


Weekly Classes/Learning Schedule

Daf Yomi: Every day at 7:00 AM 

Chock Le'Israel: Every day right after Shacharit 

Morning Kollel: Every day 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM

Night Learning: Every Night 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Pirkei Avot in Spanish: Wednesday at 8:00 PM 

Torah Insights on the Parasha: Thursday at 8:00 PM


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 The Shul


Your generous donations are greatly appreciated.  We are honored to continue serving our community in these trying times and are humbled by your support. Now, more than ever, we need you. Thank you for your generosity.             
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We greatly appreciate your interest in partnering with The Shul and becoming a participant in the building and creating of our Sephardic Community.  Your partnership grants you the zechut to receive Hashem's bountiful berachot.         
Aside from the enormous spiritual partnership benefits, your membership will also ensure your receipt of the following:
  • All Shul email posts and updates
  • Recognition of birthdays, anniversaries, yartzeits, condolences (G-d forbid) in our weekly Shul bulletin
  • Member discount rates on High Holiday seats, as well as Shul events and programs (where applicable)
  • Shul general and holiday mailings
  • Membership priority on reservations and preschool registration
  • Member rates on personal event rentals at the Shul
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Thank you for your Support!








Fri, December 9 2022 15 Kislev 5783