About

Minyan Ohr Chadash meets for Shabbat and Chagim. We are a Modern Orthodox, Zionist minyan where singing and group participation are integral parts of the services.  Teen participation in Divrei Torah and leading the tefillah is encouraged; youth are welcomed and engaged at all ages, with youth programs meeting weekly.  Ohr Chadash welcomes everyone to help create this new, vibrant and cohesive minyan in Seward Park.

  • Shabbat Parshat Vaetchanan/Shabbat Nachamu : August 19-20
    • Friday, Aug 19
      • Mincha on your own prior to 6:45 PM
      • Kabbalat Shabbat/Maariv: 7:15 PM
      • Earliest candle lighting: 6:45 PM
      • Regular candle lighting: 7:55 PM
    • Saturday, Aug 20
      • Shacharit: 9:00 AM
      • Sof Zman Kria Shma: 9:42 AM
      • Youth program starts: 9:30 AM
      • Navi w Rivy Kletenik: Does not meet this week
      • Daf Yomi - 7:00 PM
      • Mincha & Seudah Shlishit: 7:45 PM
      • Maariv: 8:51 PM 
      • Conclusion of Shabbat: 8:56 PM
    • Sunday, Aug 21
      • Morning Minyan: 8:00 AM

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Welcome

Ohr Chadash Invites You! The minyan invites Seattle residents, guests, backpackers, cruise ship passengers and all who like to sing. Minyan motto: Everyone is welcome.

Ohr Chadash voted 2015 #1 Congregation by Jewish in Seattle Magazine.

Talmud on Monday Nights. Click for flyer


 

Letter from Rabbi Gadalia Dov Schwartz permitting Ohr Chadash to daven in the social hall.

Home Hospitality: Need a place to stay, or a Shabbat or Yom Tov meal? Join us at Minyan Ohr Chadash, Seward Park's newest Minyan! For more information, please contact our Home Hospitality Committee: Adrienne Query-Fiss adrienne.query@icloud.com or Renee Hirsch ReneeHirsch6@gmail.com.  We look forward to meeting you!

Join Ohr Chadash: You can now join here on the web site.

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Funding for Minyan Ohr Chadash is made possible in part by a small agency grant from the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle.