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 and virtually via Zoom, 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.

Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays:7:30am, in-person in the Chapel or via Zoom
Tuesdays and Wednesdays:7:30am, virtually via Zoom
Sundays and Civil Holidays:8:30am, in-person in the Chapel or via Zoom

Morning Minyan currently is held in person in the Chapel on Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, and on Rosh Chodesh and Civil Holidays. Minyan begins at at 7:30am on weekdays and at 8:30am on Sundays and Civil Holidays. Services are also available virtually via Zoom on all days the minyan meets.

Please be part of our communal renewal as we rebuild our in-person presence – every single person, every single time you come, will make a difference. Feel free to join our WhatsApp group, which will allow us to send out notes when we need people. You can also use this Google Sheet listing participants for each day in January, adding your name on days when you expect to join us so we have a sense of when we’re set for numbers. If you want to lead or read Torah, perhaps to mark a special occasion, you can do that too. (Everyone can “edit” this doc, so please be careful not to erase anyone else’s name.)

Beginning on Tuesday, February 21, which is Rosh Hodesh Adar, the Tuesday and Wednesday services will also return fully in-person, counting those present toward the minyan, and welcoming others to connect remotely. Please see Rabbi Kalmanofsky’s letter regarding these changes for further details.