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Masks are Optional For Vaccinated Persons

Mask wearing is now optional to attend services in the sanctuary and chapel.

The section at the far side of the sanctuary (to the left of the bimah) will be a "mask only" section for those who feel more comfortable being only amongst people wearing masks.

Vaccinations and boosters are still required for all in person services and activities.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we navigate these difficult times. 

Minyan Times Via Zoom During Pandemic

While we continue to deal with the pandemic it has not stopped B'nai Moshe from providing meaningful and inter-active religious services to our B'nai Moshe family and the global community on a daily basis.

We meet via zoom for daily and shabbat minyan 7 days a week so that we can pray together, smile together, allow our friends to say kaddish, and find our own fulfillment.

We are a warm, compassionate and comforting community.  But rather than us tell you, why don't you stop by one of our services, and find out for yourself. 

Click on the links below for a Siddur (Prayerbook) for our services:

Siddur for Weekday Morning Services

Siddur for Weekday Evening Services

Siddur Tefillah Moshe for Friday Evening and Saturday Morning

Siddur for Festival Morning Services

Siddur for Festival Evening Services

Click the links below to join one of our zoom minyanim


Sunday through Friday at 5 p.m. 


Saturday mornings at 9 a.m. (in-person)

Sunday at 9 a.m. (in-person)

Monday (in-person), Tuesday, Thursday at 7:30 a.m


Shabbat morning we stream our services  to YouTube as well as via zoom. 

Click Here for our YouTube channel 

Mon, February 6 2023 15 Shevat 5783