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You can daven every day (morning and night) at B'nai Avraham

[Updated Oct. 13] As the only Orthodox synagogue in Brooklyn Heights, Congregation B'nai Avraham serves its community with daily minyanim that are attractive to both Modern Orthodox and Chabad daveners. In fact, the shul's services are accessible to anyone who wants to connect with Hashem. [Visitors who need guidance in approaching their tefilah — even if only to find the correct siddur or page — will find both the Rabbi and many congregants available to help.]

DAILY MINYANIM — Shacharit services on Sundays begin at 8:45; on Mondays through Fridays they begin at 7:45. (Morning services typically run 45 or 50 minutes, a bit longer on Mondays and Thursdays when the Torah is read.) • Maariv (evening services) are at 8 pm Mondays through Thursdays, and are combined with Mincha (afternoon services) at candlelighting time each Sunday. (There is no Mincha service on other weekdays.)

SHABBAT MINYANIM — We greet the Sabbath on Friday evening with Mincha, Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv, beginning 5 minutes after candlelighting. On Saturday morning, there's a Hashkama [early] Minyan from 8 to 10 am, and a main Minyan starting at 10 am, each followed by a kiddush. Mincha and Maariv begin at Friday's candlelighting time.

HOLIDAY MINYANIM — There are special schedules for both Jewish and major secular holidays. Please consult updated listings on the shul's website, or contact the shul for more information.

WHATSAPP — To join one of B'nai Avraham WhatsApp minyan boards, request an invite from (for daily minyamin and the main Shabbat minyan) and (for the Shabbat Hashkama minyan).

Sat, November 27 2021 23 Kislev 5782