Morning Minyan and Siyyum Bechorim

April 22, 2024    
7:30 am - 8:30 am

The CSZ Clergy, lay leaders and digital Gabbai welcome you to an engaging Monday morning Torah service, in person in the Lee and Gerson Bernstein Chapel, followed by breakfast and chat. You may also join on Zoom.
Join the Zoom room early for a lively conversation

Online prayer books are available for you to follow along with our minyan, thanks to the Rabbinical Assembly! We utilize Siddur Sim Shalom. It is recommended that you download weekday morning, weekday afternoon, weekday evening and Shabbat. Click HERE.

In recognition of the rescue of the Israeli firstborn from the 10th Plague, firstborn Jews observe the Fast of the Firstborn on the eve of Passover. However, if the firstborn engages in the completion of learning, s/he is exempt from the fast because of the obligation to participate in a festive meal after finishing a major piece of learning.

Come and eat with us! Join us as Rabbi Starr concludes some learning and thereby “obligates” all firstborns (and all in attendance) to celebrate with food and with drink. We will start with our traditional minyan service at 7:30 a.m. in the Bernstein Chapel and on Zoom. Rabbi Starr will then offer a brief learning session, followed by an extended breakfast.