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Shabbat Shedule: Behor 5784

Shabbat Candles is a painting by Tamar,  2016.



Friday, May 24

Mincha & Kabalat Shabbat 6:13 PM

Candle Lighting 7:32 PM 

D'var Torah with Rabbi Tzvi Freeman between Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma'ariv


Saturday, May 25

Torah insights with David Sacks 8:30am 

Shacharis 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Special Kiddush with our Scholar in Residence  12:00PM - 2:00PM  (Sponsorships Available) 

Shabbos Afternoon shiur for women by Rebbetzin Freeman on Pirkei Avos 

Followed by Communal Shiur before Mincha

Mincha 7:05 PM

Shaloshudes 7:25 PM

Maariv 8:25 PM 

Shabbos concludes 8:33 PM 

Motzei Shabbos - Lag Ba’Omer Farbrangen


Sunday, May 26

Shacharit followed by bagels & coffee 8:30am.

Shiur after davening with Rabbi Freeman 9:30-10:30

Spiritual Tools for an Outrageous World with David Sacks 10:30am

Friday Night Services / Kabbalat Shabbat

Winter Times: From mid October to mid March we begin our Leil Shabbat service when Shabbat begins. During these months Mincha on Fridays will always begin at the candle lighting time for that week, followed by Kabbalat Shabbat and maariv.

Summer Times: from Mid March to Mid October, when nightfall comes in quite late, we usher Shabbat in early (it is permissible to do this up to 1¼ halachic hours before sunset). Our Leil Shabbat service will always begin at 6:00pm with Mincha, followed by Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv. 


Shabbat Day Services

We begin Shabbat day at 8:30am with an inspiring shiur from David Sacks who offers insights into the parsha while unpacking nuggets of Hasidic Torah wisdom that we can easily apply to our modern lives. Accompanied by coffee, tea and pastries – join us!

Our morning prayer service begins at 9:00am and ends at 11:45am followed by Kiddush. Once a month, on Shabbat Mevorchim Hachodesh, we offer an embellished kiddush with bread for washing. Join us!


Rosh Chodesh Kiddush

Once a month, on the Shabbat before Rosh Chodesh, Happy Minyan provides an embellished Kiddush with bread for ritual washing to all those who wish to join. This tradition honors the coming of the new moon and it also pays homage to our Rebbe, Shlomo Carlebach z"l.

Reb Shlomo went to great lengths to make every Jew he encountered feel welcomed, included and even important. Although our Minyan is nestled between the prominent neighborhoods of Beverlywood and Beverly Hills, we cannot ignore that there are still those who do not have a place to go for Shabbat lunch; those who do not feel included. Please join us in the Mitzvah of caring for our fellow Jew by fully or partially sponsoring a Shabbat Mevarchim Hakodesh emebllished kiddush.

Sponsoring an embellished kiddush is also a wonderful way to commemorate a yahrtzeit, celebrate a special occasion or honor a loved one.  If you have any questions about choosing a date or want to speak with us about menu details, please use the comment box below or email us directly at

Sponsor a Kiddush





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