The Library Minyan is a participatory, lay-led, davening and learning community that blends traditional observance with a fully modern and egalitarian approach to Jewish living. We're now into our fourth decade. We hope you'll find this web site a useful source for information about our activities.
The Library Minyan meets every shabbat and holiday morning at Temple Beth Am in the Dorf-Neslon Chapel.
9:20 Mishnah Study (not on holidays) 11:30 Drash and Musaf 9:45 Opening prayers (9:30 on holidays) 10:15 Shacharit 10:45 Torah Service 12:15 Kiddush
|May 14||Bar Mitzvah of Natan Rosenbaum|
|May 28||12th Grade/High School Graduation Shabbat|
|Jun 4||Eighth Grade Graduation Shabbat Extended Kiddush|
|Jun 11||Torah Club and Extended Kiddush|
|Jun 13||Shavuot Picnic at La Cienega Park|
Calendar Information: The Gabbai Schedule shows who will be gabbai for each service, contact information for gabbaim and other coordinators, assigned/open dates for reading Haftarah or giving a drash, and dates for special events.
If you you would like to have a place for a Shabbat or Chag LUNCH or DINNER, contact the Ohel Patuach/Open Tent coordinators at email@example.com.
As an integral part of Temple Beth Am, we are proud of its wonderful heritage and leading role in the Los Angeles Jewish Community. For information on the broad range of religious, educational, and social activities at TBA:
Daveners: The Library Minyan is updating its list of daveners, Torah readers and Haftarah readers. If you are interested in being included, please fill out the Tefillah Volunteer Questionnaire and return it as shown on the questionnaire or give it to Bill Seligman.
Greeters: The Minyan needs greaters to help ensure a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Contact Sharon Grob, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mentoring Program. The Minyan has an active mentoring program for those who would like to learn to lead parts of the service or just improve their davening skills. If you are interested in participating, please contact Steve Spronz at email@example.com.
We're still a work in progress. If you have any suggestions for ways to improve our new web site please send them to the webmaster.
Explore past commentaries from one of our membersin our Parshat Ha'Shavua archive.
Read past Divrei Torah in our D'var Torah archive.
Contact a gabbai or Minyan facilitator by e-mail.
Check the Minyan’s simcha guidelines if you want to celebrate a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Aufruf or other simcha with the Library Minyan.
Visit the Minyan Community Board for announcements and events.