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

Monday Night Partnership Minyan  takes place at 7:15 pm.

This minyan meets every week and requires ten men and ten women for the recitation of Barechu and Kaddish.

The Friday Night Partnership Minyan minyan meets once a month and requires ten men and ten women for the recitation of Barechu, Kaddish and Bracha Mei’ein Sheva, and women lead Kabbalat Shabbat. The next dates for this minyan are February 16 March 2, April 13 and May 11. Please note that the March 2 date reflects a change from the previously announced date in March.

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.