Daily Minyan

At KI, we hold a minyan twice daily—rain or shine, snow or sleet.  It is the only daily egalitarian minyan in Brookline.

The Daily Minyan provides a meaningful community for those who are saying Kaddish, but it is much more. The minyan is a recognition of our concern for the community, since our collective presence is necessary to sustain the value of tefillah b’tzibbur, communal prayer.

 Morning services are at 7:00 a.m, Monday through Friday, and at 8:00 a.m. on Sundays. Evening services are at 7:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Service times may be confirmed on the front page of our website. (Under “Weekly Services.”) They may be adjusted during holidays.

All services are held in our Rabb Chapel, except Sunday evening service. Sunday evening service is held at 100 Centre Street Community Room.

Whether saying Kaddish, nourishing the prayerful spirit, or sharing company with our ‘community of prayer’, all are welcome.

Please send us a message if you would like to be a service leader and/or a Torah reader, and we will contact you when we need someone to fill those positions.

Description Pages Audio link (if available)
Morning Blessings
Birkot Hashachar Inside Cover, then 20-24
Kaddish D’Rabanan 34
Psalm 30 36
Mourner’s Kaddish 36-38
Pesukei D’Zimrah
Baruch She’amar 40
Ashrei and Psalms 146-150 46-54
Shirat HaYam 56-58
Yishtabach 58
Chatzi Kaddish 60
Barchu 62
Shema and its Blessings 62-74
Amidah (silent and repetition) 74-96
Kedushah 78
Tachanun M/Th 104; or 112
Chatzi Kaddish 118
Torah Service (M/Th) 120-130
Torah Readings From 846
Ashrei and uva Letzion 132-138
Kaddish Shaleim 138-140
Aleinu 140-142
Mourner’s Kaddish 142-144
Daily Psalm 144-152
During the High Holy Days, Psalm 27 306
Description Pages Audio link (if available)
Ashrei 170-172
Chatzi Kaddish 172
Amidah (silent and repeated) 174-192
Full Kaddish 196-198
Aleinu 198
Mourner’s Kaddish 200
Barechu 202
Shema and its Blessings 202-212
Chatzi Kaddish 212
Amidah (silent) 212-226
Kaddish Shaleim 228
Aleinu 230
Mourner’s Kaddish 232
During the High Holy Days: Psalm 27 232-234