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Traditional Egalitarian Minyan

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Stay Informed!

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If you have an announcement for the newsletter such as a life cycle event (birthday, anniversary, yahrtzeit, etc.) or if you have an have an announcement to be made at the end of services, you can email the newsletter editor and announcements coordinator, at temnews@adasisrael.org.

For informal postings of brief (one or two sentences!) community events, job announcements, apartment rentals, etc., email temnews@adasisrael.org.

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Traditional Egalitarian Minyan Shabbat Service Schedule

Kay Hall, Shabbat Mornings at 9:30am

We look forward to welcoming everyone back for our communal Shabbat morning services in Kay Hall at 9:30am.

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Get Involved

There are many opportunities to get involved in the Minyan! We welcome everyone's involvement in all aspects of services, including children who can lead Ashrei and other prayers.

To lead services (daven), email the davening co-coordinators Rabbi Lauren Tuchman and Sandy Roskes at temdavening@adasisrael.org. Daveners are needed each week for P'sukei d'Zimrah, Shacharit, and Musaf. The minyan does the full repetition of the Amidah.

To read Torah (leyn), email the leyning coordinator, Jeffrey Fistel at temleyning@adasisrael.org. The Minyan reads the full Torah portion each week and divides the leyning among multiple readers. Email Jeff to be added to the leyners email group list and to receive the current leyning spreadsheet.

To give a D’var Torah, please email coordinators Marilyn Cooper and David Waskow at temdvartorah@adasisrael.org.

If you would like to be hosted for a Shabbat dinner, lunch, or holiday meal, please email temquestions@adasisrael.org.

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Lead Shacharit

Adas and TEM member, Michael Leifman, prepared a series of audio clips to help interested Minyan goers lead the morning Shacharit prayers.

Please CLICK HERE to listen to the audio files!

 

 

More Information

TEM Governing Draft
The TEM has a document governing our principles, policies, and procedures. The document is available through this link. The purpose of this document is to serve both as a record of our current policies as well as the basis for considering policy questions.

Contact Us
If you have any comments, questions, or concerns for the Minyan Coordinating Committee, email: temquestions@adasisrael.org or any the members of the Coordinating Committee directly.

The Committee serves as a liaison with Adas Israel Congregation, organizes the Minyan Occasional Meeting, and discusses concerns as they arise. The Minyan Coordinating Committee members are Bob Peck, Alan Ronkin, Sandy Roskes, Amy Schwartz, and Margie Siegel.

 
Sat, September 18 2021 12 Tishrei 5782