Prayer is for every day, and GJC supports a weekday minyan service, including Torah reading when appropriate, on Sunday, Monday, and Thursday mornings throughout the year in the Magil Chapel. The service is led by members in rotation with the Rabbi, and the Rabbi gives a short teaching at the end of each service to provide food for thought for the day. Our weekday minyan regulars are a friendly group, and the minyan provides a relaxed and welcoming environment in which to pray, to learn prayer skills, and, for those in mourning, to recite the Mourner’s Kaddish with a supportive community. Come join us!
Weekday minyan times
Monday and Thursday: 7:15 AM (minyan usually ends by 8:00 AM)
- Please note that on days with Hallel (Rosh Hodesh, Hol ha-Mo’ed, and Hanukah), we begin at 7:00 AM.
Sunday: 9:00 AM (minyan usually ends by 9:30 AM)
- Bagels and coffee are served after minyan on Sunday (except on fast days)
A Place of Comfort: Saying Kaddish in the Morning Minyan – Read about the experience of community that GJC member Rabbi Dayle Friedman has felt by participating in Morning Minyan.