Agudas Achim has had a daily minyan for both morning and evening services for decades and continues to be one of the only places south of Chicago where people can daven daily. However, as the congregation gets older, it’s become a bit of chore at times to round up the necessary 10 men for the service. And yet, it still survives and thrives. For those who wish to come, here are the times:

Morning services: (tend to last about 30 to 45 minutes except on Monday and Thursday when the Torah is read. Add about 15 to 20 minutes).

  • 6:50 a.m. Monday through Friday
  • 9 a.m. for Shabbat services
  • 8 a.m. for Sunday morning.

Evening services are now on as “as-needed” basis. When a person needs to say Kaddish or there is another reason for a specific service, then we’ll post here on the Web site or there will be a recording at the synagogue office. Hopefully, we’ll get back to the point where we have a daily service regardless, but for now, this is all we can do.

Beginners, out-of-towners or the curious are welcome to attend as those who are daily regulars will gladly help with finding your way through the service.

If you are interested in coming a regular “Minyan-are,” shoot us an email at congaa@sbcglobal.net or akravetz@pjstar.com.. It would be greatly appreciated.

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