Traditional Egalitarian Minyan
The Traditional Egalitarian Minyan (TEM) at Adas Israel meets in the Gewirz Beit Am, every Shabbat morning at 9:30 a.m., with the Torah service around 10:30 a.m.
The TEM is a warm, spirited service, committed to participatory worship. Led by lay people with the occasional assistance of Adas clergy, the TEM service offers a full P’sukei D’Zimrah (introductory Psalms), Shacharit, and Musaf, a complete reading of the weekly Torah portion, and a D'var Torah.
The TEM is attended by people of all ages: singles, couples, families, young children, teens and seniors. Our service ends around the same time as the Smith Sanctuary service and we join together for the congregational Kiddush.
Those who have not yet leyned, led davening or given Divrei Torah in the past are encouraged to develop their skills and take on new leadership roles in the Traditional Egalitarian Minyan. We are happy to provide guidance to those who wish to participate but are still developing their synagogue skills.
Young children lead Ashrei, Anim Z’mirot and other closing prayers and open the ark.
To join our group email list, send a blank email (no message or subject necessary) to email@example.com or search on Facebook for “Adas Israel Traditional Egal Minyan.”
We hope to see you soon!
TEM Governing Draft
If you have any comments, questions, or concerns for the Minyan Coordinating Committee, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or any other members of the Minyan Coordinating Committee.
If you would like to be hosted for a Shabbat dinner, lunch, or holiday meal, please email email@example.com.
The Committee serves as a liaison with Adas Israel Congregation, organizes the Minyan Occasional Meeting, and discusses Minyan concerns as they arise.
The Minyan Coordinating Committee members are Rebecca Smolar, Mark Levenstein, Maya Bernstein, Mark Katkov, and Jessica Nemeth.
To regularly receive the Adas Minyan weekly e-mail newsletter, send a blank e-mail (no message or subject needed) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Facebook group: Search for "Adas Israel Traditional Minyan" on Facebook and join our group!
If you have an announcement for the newsletter such as a life cycle event (birthday, anniversary, yahrtzeit, etc.) or if you have an have an announcement to be made at the end of services, you can email the newsletter editor and announcements coordinator, Bill Levenson, at email@example.com.
For informal postings of brief (one or two sentences!) community events, job announcements, apartment rentals, etc., email firstname.lastname@example.org. To regularly receive the Adas Minyan weekly e-mail newsletter, send a blank e-mail (no message or subject needed) to email@example.com.