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 Ki Tetze, August 28 / 29:
- Mincha / Kabbalat Shabbat / Maariv: 7:40 PM
- Earliest Candles: 6:32 PM
- Regular Candles: 7:39 PM
- Saturday, August 29:
- Shacharit: 9:00 AM
- Youth Program: 9:30 AM
- Sof Zman Kriah Shema: 9:46 AM
- Class in Navi w Rivy Poupko Kletenik: 5:45 PM
- Mincha: 7:30 PM
- Maariv: 8:35 PM
- Conclusion of Shabbat: 8:40 PM
- Sunday, August 30:
- Shachrit: 8:00 AM
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.
Shabbat of Learning: Sept 11-12 - Flyer
Lulav Time! Order by Sunday, Sept 7!
Child Care for Yom Tov! Sign up today.
Sunday, August 30: SPARK Jewish Music Festival!
Talmud on Monday Nights. Click for flyer
Ohr Chadash voted 2014 Best Congregation in JT News. "Best Congregation: The upstart Minyan Ohr Chadash in Seward Park takes the torch from many worthy veterans."
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.