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Every evening at 9:00 PM Eastern (6:00 PM Pacific), Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael hosts a Ma’ariv Minyan, joined by various leaders. Originally created as a container to say Kaddish, the minyan now has a life of its own. More and more participants are joining to find a liberal minyan at that hour and experience the wide array of davvenen leaders and experiences. It has truly transformed into an incredible prayer container. From poetry readings, to meditations, chanting, guitars, muted and unmuted readings, drumming, song and more; Kohenot, cantors, rabbis, rabbinic pastors, and lay leaders all bring the offerings of their soul. 

This minyan will take place every night except Friday for now. Beginning in June (and for the summer months), this program will meet Sundays through Thursdays. All who mourn, who are honoring yahrzeits, or who wish to participate in the mitzvah of making a minyan, are invited to join this important program. 

If you would like to register, please reach out to Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael at rrayzel@shechinah.com. If you are looking to attend a minyan taking place that evening, please contact Rabbi Geela Rayzel by 6 pm EDT. If you’d like to be on the last-minute text list (to be contacted to participate in the mitzvah of making a minyan, in the case not enough are gathered) please reach out to Rabbi Geela Rayzel at the email above.

If you’d like to lead one of the evenings (creative, traditional, and all types of services are welcome!), please follow this link to get approved and see the schedule to sign up: 

Overwhelmed with stress from social distancing, quarantine, and COVID-19? Join Rabbi Anne Brener for a chanting and meditation service, using the structure of the morning service, to calm our bodies and connect our souls. There will be time for some check-in afterward. Every Wednesday, 11:30 AM Eastern Time. Cost: Pay-what-you-can.


Wednesdays, 8 am

Morning spiritual practice and centering for the day ahead (including Kaddish for mourners)

Check the Mishkan Shalom website for latest information and Zoom details.