Important times for Saturday, February 11, 2023
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Scholar in Residence: Rabbi Mordechai Becher

We are very excited about our upcoming Sinai Scholars weekend with Rabbi Mordechai Becher! Rabbi Becher’s visit was originally scheduled for 2020, and was the first event that got cancelled due to COVID. We are thrilled to have him back.
Rabbi Becher is an extraordinarily gifted speaker and sought after scholar in residence world-wide.
We have a full weekend scheduled, including five presentations between Friday night and Saturday night, as well as a Zoo “Torah Safari” visit Sunday morning, where Rabbi Becher will guide us through a deeper understanding of Torah and Halachic insights into the animals, culled from Biblical and Talmudic sources.

Davening Times: 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM & 5:05 PM

Sha'a Zmanis/Zmanit: 53 minutes
Alos/Alot: 5:36 AM
Earliest Tallis/Tallit: 6:03 AM
Sunrise: 6:57 AM
Latest Sh'ma: 9:36 AM
Chatzos/Chatzot: 12:15 PM
Mincha Gedola: 12:45 PM
Plag Mincha: 4:27 PM
Sunset: 5:33 PM
Tzeis/Tzeit: 6:15 PM

Davening times above are computer-generated and may change. Please see the announcements for the most accurate times.

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Schedule of Services

Shabbos/Shabbat: Shacharis/Shacharit

Hashkama: 7:30 AM

Regular minyan: 9:00 AM

Teen minyan: 9:45 AM

Tot Shabbat (preschool) and youth groups (grades K-4): 10:30 AM

Shabbos/Shabbat: Mincha/Maariv

Erev Shabbos/Shabbat, winter: 5 minutes before candlelighting

Erev Shabbos/Shabbat, summer (daylight savings time): 7:00 PM

Shabbos/Shabbat: 35 minutes before sunset

Weekdays: Shacharis/Shacharit

Sundays and Legal Holidays: 8:00 AM

Mondays and Thursdays: 6:30 AM

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 6:40 AM

Weekdays: Mincha/Maariv

20 minutes before sunset

The molad for will be Wednesday, December 3, -4713 at 10:40 am and 12 chalokim/chalakim
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Notes on Davening

  • We use the RCA Artscroll Ashekenazi siddur. Our baalei tefilla use either the Sephardic or Ashkenazi havarah, depending on their personal preferences.
  • Our minhagim generally follow the Luach Ezras Torah.
  • For Shabbos/Shabbat candlelighting times and exact times for mincha, please see the bulletin.
  • On days school is not in session (summer and Chol Hamoed) there may be an additional Shacharis/Shacharit Shacharit minyan at 8 am; check the announcements.
  • Legal Holidays are New Year's Day, Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and December 25th.
  • On weekdays when the Torah is read, Shacharis/Shacharit follows the Monday-Thursday schedule.
  • The actual algorithm for weekday mincha is 20 minutes before the earliest sh'kia for that week, rounded up to the next multiple of 5 minutes. The actual algorithm for mincha on erev Shabbos/Shabbat is candlelighting time, rounded down to the previous multiple of 5 minutes.