Community worship is part of the fabric of daily life at Moriah. Whether you are a seasoned expert or are just starting out, we welcome you to join our community for davening and fellowship.

We welcome you to join our community for:

Morning Minyan

Weekday mornings at 6:30 a.m., Sundays and National Holidays at 9:00 a.m.

Daily minyan meets in the Beit Midrash most days. All are invited. On most weekdays, hot coffee and bagels and a Dvar Torah follow davening.

Evening Minyan

**Thursday evening minyan will resume on September 8 @ 9:00 pm following the new Moriah Beit Midrash.

**Tuesday evening minyan will resume on September 13 @ 7:30 pm, following the new Moriah Teen Beit Midrash, and just prior to Rabbi Berger’s class, The Prophets and Prophecy.

These will be the new regular times for these minyanim. I hope you will be able to attend. If you have yahrzeit and would like help organizing a minyan, please be in touch with rabbikramer@moriahcong.org.

Shabbat Services

Kabbalat Shabbat/Friday Night Services

Join us for a Traditional Kabbalat Shabbat Service. Please check the calendar as service times change throughout the year.

Shabbat Morning Services

Traditional Shabbat morning services begin at 9:00 am. Our services include a full Torah reading, are conducted primarily in Hebrew and have a high level of community participation. Following services, all are invited to stay and enjoy an outstanding Qiddush lunch. All are welcome for a Shir after lunch. Babysitting for children is provided as a free service each Shabbat and Festival morning.

Youth Shabbat Services

Each Shabbat, Moriah is proud to support a variety of Youth Services for all ages, including Tot Shabbat (parents together with their children under 5 years), Mini-Minyan (Kindergarten through 2nd grade) and Junior Congregation for 3rd to 6th graders. All youth services begin at 10:30 am.

Mincha/Seudah Shlishit/Maariv/Havdalah

Join us to pray, eat and learn through the afternoon as Shabbat draws to a close.

HOLIDAYS & FESTIVALS

Moriah celebrates the full calendar of Jewish Holidays and Festivals. Evening services are generally at sundown. Please click here for a complete list of holidays and check Moriah’s calendar for times.