Schedule Guide for Daveners

9:30
Begin promptly whether or not there is a minyan or the room is set up.
P’sukei D’Zimra

Include Shir Shel Yom

9:55
Shacharit Leader Begins Shochein Ad
Shacharit
10:15
Repetition of the Amidah

10:22
Beginning of the Torah Service

10:30
Torah and Haftarah Reading

11:15
D’var Torah
10 minutes total with or without discussion

11:25
End of the Torah Service
Musaf
11:35
Musaf
No repetition unless there is a lot of extra time

11:50
Kaddish Shaleym through Mourner’s Kaddish
Please do not start Anim Z’mirot after 12 noon.

11:55
Announcements followed by Adon Olam

12:00
Kiddush!!

Note: These guidelines apply to a typical Shabbat (e.g., not Rosh Chodesh) with an average-length Torah reading. A long Torah portion or special holiday insertions can add 20 to 40 extra minutes to the Shabbat service.

Additional Notes:
As a traditional minyan, Hebrew is our language of prayer. The one prayer that we recite in English is the prayer for the government of the United States.
It is our custom that the Shaliach Tzibur leads all of the mourner’s kaddish along with any mourners.
Adding or omitting the Imahot in the Amidah is at the discretion of the Shaliach Tzibur. The community has chosen a version from Siddur Sim Shalom, Shabbat Edition as the model for the opening bracha.
If you have questions about these guidelines, please consult the Minyan Steerers.