About Washington Square Minyan
Washington Square Minyan strives to create a meaningful Tefillah experience through our commitment to halachah and egalitarianism, connecting people from diverse Jewish backgrounds to build a warm and vibrant community.
Washington Square Minyan meets for Tefillah every other week on Shabbat mornings and holidays and some Friday nights. The minyan also hosts community events and holiday programming. Please view the calendar for information about davening times and upcoming events.
Unless otherwise noted, we meet in the downstairs chapel of Congregation Kehillath Israel (KI) at 384 Harvard Street, Brookline, Massachusetts. Enter at the door marked "Office" at the far right of the building. Follow the stairs down to the chapel.
Visiting for Shabbat?
If you are in town for Shabbat or a holiday, we would love to host you for a meal! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Look forward to meeting you!
Scholar in Residence & Community Lunch 7/23
We are excited to welcome Professor Reuven Kimelman for Shabbat on July 23, 2016. A professor of classical rabbinic literature at Brandeis University, Professor Kimelman focuses on the relationship between historical and literary analysis. Professor Kimelman will be speaking with us about the History of Kabbalat Shabbat Liturgy.
We hope you will join us to hear his words of Torah and for a community lunch. The community lunch with take place immediately following tefillah.
To RSVP for the Community Lunch, please click HERE.
Affiliated with the Synagogue Council of Massachusetts http://www.synagoguecouncil.org