Aish has reopened for weekday and Shabbat services. With social distancing in place, we have limited spots in our center. If you are not a member and/or have not been praying/davening at our services lately, you must email us at email@example.com for more information on attending.
Please note the following rules and guidelines:
Like all synagogues Aish is unfortunately closed for Prayer Services until further notice. Here are this week’s Shabbat Times:
Shabbat Parshat Ha’azinu
Friday September 25th:
6:54 PM Candlelighting
7:00 PM Mincha/Maariv
Saturday September 26th:
9:30 AM Shacharit
10:09 AM Lastest Shema
11:10 AM Latest Amidah
6:55 PM Mincha
7:12 PM Sunset
7:38 PM Maariv
7:46 PM Shabbat Out
No weekly services at this time.
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