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Traditional Egalitarian Minyan

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Traditional Egalitarian Minyan Shabbat Service Schedule

We look forward to welcoming everyone back for our communal Shabbat services in Kay Hall.

In-person service schedule:

Saturday, June 5 at 9:30am

Saturday, June 19 with B'nai Mitzvah at 9:30am

Saturday, June 26 at 9:30am

Saturday, July 10 at 9:30am

Weekly throughout July and August



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 participate in the service such as by opening the ark or by having an aliyah, or if you could serve as a Gabbai during the Torah service, contact the service coordinators, Jacob Bardin or Bill Levenson at

To lead services (daven), email the davening co-coordinators, Lexi Light and Nava Roskes at Daveners are needed each week for P'sukei d'Zimrah, Shacharit, and Musaf. The Traditional Minyan does the full repetition of the Amidah.

To read Torah (Leyn), email the Leyning coordinator, Jeffrey Fistel at The Minyan reads the full Torah reading each week; however, there are many short readings during the year. Email the Leyning coordinator to be added to the Leyners email group list and to receive the current leyning spreadsheet.

To sign up to give a D'var Torah in the TEM, email the D'var Torah coordinators, Marilyn Cooper and David Waskow, at



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 TEM principles, policies, and procedures. To have this document emailed to you, please email The purpose of this document is to serve both as a record of our current policies as well as the basis for considering several policy questions.

Contact Us
If you have any comments, questions, or concerns for the Minyan Coordinating Committee, email: or any other members of the Minyan Coordinating Committee.

If you would like to be hosted for a Shabbat dinner, lunch, or holiday meal, please 
email The Committee serves as a liaison with Adas Israel Congregation, organizes the Minyan Occasional Meeting, and discusses Minyan concerns as they arise. The Minyan Coordinating Committee members are Sandy Roskes, Alan Ronkin, Bob Peck, Amy Schwartz, and Margie Siegel.



Stay Informed!

To regularly receive the Adas Minyan weekly e-mail newsletter, send a blank e-mail (no message or subject needed) to

Facebook group: Search for "Adas Israel Traditional Minyan" on Facebook and join our group!

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, Bill Levenson, at

For informal postings of brief (one or two sentences!) community events, job announcements, apartment rentals, etc., email To regularly receive the Adas Minyan weekly e-mail newsletter, send a blank e-mail (no message or subject needed) to

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