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Neitz Minyan

The starting time of this minyan fluctuates, allowing the minyan to reach the Amidah exactly at sunrise. Davening Neitz is highly virtuous and our Rabbis extolled the praises of one who prays with the rising of the sun. This small minyan uses Sephardic Nusach and is held in the Sephardic Beit Midrash.

Hashkama Minyan

This diverse minyan begins at 7:25 am in the BRS Social Hall and usually finishes around 9:15 am allowing its attendees to still fill their morning with learning and/or time with the family.

Sephardic Minyan

Beginning at 9:00 am in the Sephardic Beit Midrash, this minyan uses Sefardic Nusach and is led weekly by Chazzan Moshe Nadav. The minyan is composed of Sefardim primarily from Morocco, but with many from Persia, Iraq, Yemen, Egypt, and other places as well.

Rand Sanctuary Minyan

This minyan begins at 9:00 am in the Rand Sanctuary and is the largest minyan at BRS. Many weekends, this minyan is hosting the celebration of a Bar or Bat mitzvah. Additionally, our visiting Scholars in Residence throughout the winter months often speak at the conclusion of this minyan.

Shtiebel Minyan

Held in the Shtiebel Beit Midrash at 9:30 am, this Nusach Ari minyan is characterized by lots of spirited singing and a small, warm atmosphere.

Teen Minyan

Beginning at 9:45 am, teens are invited to join our Rabbi Eli Zians our Teen Director, for a teen appropriate davening followed by a Kiddush.

Explanatory Service

From 10:00 am – 11:00 am, Rabbi Josh Broide, our Outreach Rabbi, provides a warm, unintimidating atmosphere where Jews of all ages, backgrounds and levels of knowledge can gather for study and prayer. The service is timed so that its attendees can join the Rand Sanctuary Service for the Sermon and Mussaf.

Carlebach Minyan

We are currently reconstituting the Carlebach Minyan which will begin at 9:15 am and will employ Reb Shlomo’s spirited nusach and niggunim.


Ashkenazic Minyanim (note: on Rosh Chodesh the first Shacharit is at 6:05 am)

Sunday: 6:25, 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 am
Monday and Thursday: 6:15, 7:00. 8:00 and 9:00 am
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday – 6:25, 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 am
Daily Shacharit in the tent- 8:00 am 

Sephardic Minyan

Sunday through Friday – Ha-Netz Shaharit (see Daily Minyan)


Sunday – Thursday - Approximately 15 minutes before Sunset (see Daily Minyan)

Late Ma'ariv

Sunday – Thursday – 8:00 pm indoors and 9:30 pm in the tent




Sun, April 18 2021 6 Iyyar 5781