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Service Schedule

STANDARD SERVICE TIMES

Friday evening Kabbalat Shabbat services are at 6:15 PM. Watch for monthly “Kabbalat Shabbat with Strings Attached” programming for a unique and engaging experience. "Strings Attached" features Hazzan Glantz playing the acoustic guitar. It is usually followed by an oneg.

Shabbat Morning services are held every Saturday in the main sanctuary at 9:30 AM; Havurah services have been suspended due to COVID-19.

Mincha-Ma'ariv-Havdalah: Please check the AJ Calendar for up-to-date start times or the service schedule at left.

Minyan: How many of us are working on something we care about, but are not sure if it is making a difference? Minyan — the minimum 10 Jews that must be present for a mourner to recite Kaddish — is a cure for that uncertainty! Every time you walk into Minyan, you are part of the countdown to ten; sometimes you are THE tenth. And it’s YOU who has made the difference between a mourner saying Kaddish or not — Hebrew not required. Just showing up makes a difference; how many things can you say that about? Minyan gathers morning and evening at AJ six days a week; of special note is that morning Minyan is always followed with warm bagel breakfasts to which “All are invited, no exceptions!”  

P.S.  By “all” we mean “all” — you are NOT required to be a member to join us. But you will want to because we’re such a collection of personalities. Trust us on this!

Daily Minyan services are held mornings and evenings.
Morning Minyan is always available at AJ followed by breakfast. 
Evening services are held Sunday through Thursday.

•  Sunday:  9:00 AM and 7:00 PM
•  Monday and Thursday:  7:20 AM and 7:00 PM
•  Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday:  7:30 AM and 7:00 PM
 •  Rosh Hodesh (weekday):  7:00 AM

Please be sure to check the AJ Calendar as times may occasionally differ from those listed above.

For holiday and summer service times or if you are unsure about any start times, please call the synagogue for the service schedule at 215.635.6611, consult our Newsletter, or view the AJ Calendar.

PLEASE NOTE: We ask that all attendees of services and events at AJ agree to the following: By attending services or events at AJ, all attendees confirm that:

  • You are fully vaccinated and have received your booster shot.
  • You have not tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days.

In the event you have been in close contact* with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 2 weeks, you have had a negative COVID-19 test no less than five days after exposure. You currently do not have COVID-19 symptoms (including but not limited to fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell). You agree to take precautions and wear a well-fitting mask for ten days after you last had close contact with someone with COVID-19 regardless of the result of your COVID-19 test.  

*The CDC defines close contact as having been within 6 feet of an individual with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 for a cumulative total of 15 minutes within a 24-hour period.

If you'd like to have a copy of your vaccination card (including booster) on file with AJ for your convenience, please email a photo to office@adathjeshurun.info.

THE AJ HAVURAH
The Havurah is an important part of the AJ community. The fact that the synagogue accommodates diverse davening styles makes services appealing to those who wish to daven in a lay-led, traditional Conservative egalitarian service in an informal, intimate setting. The service generally includes a Torah discussion, as well as opportunities for children to participate. Created in 1976 by AJ members, the Havurah has been part of our congregation for over 40 years.

During COVID, the Havurah is not meeting on a regular basis. Please call the office if you are interested in finding out more about the havurah service. For more information, please contact the office at 215.635.6611 or info@adathjeshurun.info.

KIDDUSH SPONSORSHIP
For information about kiddush or oneg sponsorship, contact the synagogue office at 215.635.6611.

Sun, December 4 2022 10 Kislev 5783