Ansche Chesed Morning Minyan
Anyone who has ever visited Ansche Chesed’s morning minyan will tell you that it is something very special. Meeting in the chapel on the ground floor, the minyan brings together all segments of Ansche Chesed’s diverse community. They gather to say Kaddish for loved ones, to comfort others in mourning, to celebrate simchahs (joyous occasions) and to ground themselves before starting their day. The service is brisk and allows for a more meditative and personal approach than the more formal Shabbat service permits.
|Monday through Fridays:||7:30 am|
|Sundays and Civil Holidays:||8:30 am|
Morning Minyan currently is held in person in the Chapel on Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays, and on Rosh Chodesh and civil holidays, Minyan begins at 8:30 am on Sundays and civil holidays and at 7:30 am weekdays. Services are also available via Zoom on all days the minyan meets. We invite your in-person as well as virtual participation.