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K`hal Adas Yereim

Minyan ID# 501 Updated: 1/13/2019

122-31 Metropolitan Ave  
Kew Gardens, NY 11415 USA

(718) 846-1571    

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Minyan Times:

Shacharis Sun: 6:40 AM, 8:00 AM

Shacharis Mon/Thu: 6:30 AM, 7:45 AM

Shacharis T/W/F: 6:40 AM, 7:45 AM

Shacharis Rosh Chodesh: 6:25 AM, 7:45 AM

Mincha:   10 minutes before shkia (This week ~ 5:20 PM) (also 1:45 Mincha on Sundays in July and August.)

Maariv:   20 minutes after shkia (This week ~ 5:50 PM) except during Sefira, 50 minutes after shkia. Also (8:00 PM EST), 9:00 PM (changes to 9:20 PM from after Shavuos through the end of July), 10:00 PM

Friday Mincha: During the winter, and until Shavuos, Mincha 18 minutes before shkia (This week ~ 5:15 PM) ; rest of summer, varies

Shabbos Shacharis: 7:10 AM (starts earlier to finish by 9 on days when davening is longer) and 9:00 AM

Shabbos Mincha: 1:45 PM  and 25 minutes before shkia (This week ~ 5:05 PM) (also 6:00 PM during DST)

Motsei Shabbos Maariv: 60 minutes after shkia (This week ~ 6:30 PM) and 72 minutes after shkia

Special Note:10 minutes from JFK, just off Van Wyck Expressway. Additional weekday Shacharis 8:45 during bein hazmanim.

Shiurim: See Shiurim Times

Rabbi: Rabbi Shlomo Teitelbaum


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