Daily Minyan

Daily Minyan

The Meaning of Minyan

‘Minyan’ refers to:

The daily prayer service AND the required quorum for the recitation of certain prayers.

A quorum of ten or more Jewish adults (male and/or female), over the age of Bnai Mitzvah, are required for minyan.

Kaddish (the Mourners Prayer) in commemoration of a Yahrzeit (anniversary of a death) may be said at any of our minyanim.

Minyan at The Emanuel Synagogue…

..is held twice a day 365 days a year!

  • Morning minyan: 7 am weekdays, 8 am Sundays / holidays, 9 am Shabbat morning
  • Evening minyan: At Sunset, as determined throughout the year; Minyan times updated weekly on our homepage.

Morning minyan attendees enjoy hot breakfast* together after minyan Sunday through Thursday at The Emanuel. *Breakfast suspended during Covid-19 restrictions

Join us ANYTIME!

Please let us know if we can add you to our minyan ON CALL list, to be contacted if we are short the required 10 attendees. CONTACT Hazzan Moshe Pinchover, (860) 236-1275.

*During Covid-19 restrictions, both morning and evening minyan will be livestreamed via Zoom, as well as Shabbat Services. Siddurim can be accessed below:
Siddur for Shabbat Morning and Festivals
Siddur for Shabbat Evening and Festivals
Limited in-person attendance is permitted with pre-registration:
Click for details for in person morning minyan.
Click for details for in-person Shabbat services