Rodfei Zedek's Daily Minyan
Morning minyan gives us a spiritual recharge when we need it most—every morning before the workday begins! We're out in time to be downtown before 9:00. The minyan is also a friendly resource for those in mourning or saying kaddish (the memorial prayer) for a yahrzeit (the anniversary of the date of the passing). Dress is whatever the rest of your day requires! Minyan members lead the davening (prayers). Come every day, once a week, or once in a while. Learn to chant the weekday liturgy with SiddurAudio.
- Monday through Friday – 7:30 a.m.
- Sunday and national holidays – 9:00 a.m.
If you need a minyan for an evening or want to be sure of having a morning minyan for a yahrzeit, please contact the synagogue office at 773.752.2770 two or three days in advance and bring relatives and friends with you. Together we will try to ensure the presence of a minyan to help you fulfill this important mitzvah.
Read Rabbi Gertel's salute to our minyannaires.