Daily Minyan

What a perfect way to start the day – prayer, contemplation and social interaction! According to Jewish tradition, it is forbidden to live in a town that does not have a doctor or a daily prayer quorum. This emphasis teaches us the sanctity of our physical and our spiritual well-being. Temple Beth Sholom is proud that its egalitarian minyan meets every day, 365 days a year. The people who comprise our minyan range from those observing yahrzeit or the year of mourning for a parent, to those "regulars" who carve time from their daily routine to commune with God and other members of our community.

Our morning minyan is conducted in a friendly atmosphere that makes everyone, from the highly experienced to the beginner, feel comfortable. This daily prayer service offers a valuable respite from the worries and pressures of the world. It also can provide time for self-reflection. Even if you have never worn a tallit (prayer shawl) or tefillin (prayer boxes), or you are unfamiliar with the prayers, we will help you feel at ease. Give yourself a gift and join us. It is time well spent.

A true community resource, Temple Beth Sholom has the only consistent minyan in Southwest Florida. Join us every morning except Shabbat and Jewish holidays at 8:00 a.m. in the Band-Desenberg Memorial Chapel.

Under the auspices of the Men’s Club, a breakfast is served every Wednesday morning after the daily minyan. Congregants can sponsor a breakfast as well. To arrange the sponsorship of a Wednesday morning breakfast, please contact Ben Berman at (941) 355-2469.


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1050 South Tuttle Avenue
Sarasota, FL  34237
 Office: 941.955.8121
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