Not only will we be able to fulfill the important mitzvah of helping others recite the Mourners Kaddish, it is a wonderful way to open our hearts and minds allowing God’s presence into our lives. Dating back to 1955, our daily minyan is the oldest daily minyan in the Reform movement. At the service, individuals say kaddish for the departed and offer solace and comfort to the bereaved. We invite synagogue members to call the Temple Beth-El office, at 401.331.6070, with the names of their dearly departed to be read at our services.
We encourage and welcome our congregants to attend the daily minyan service. Open to all, our services offer an ideal opportunity for moments of prayer and reflection after a busy day and to support fellow congregants who are saying kaddish. Held in the Herman L. Bennett Chapel, services begin at 5:45 pm, end at 6:00 pm, and are lay-led. Services are held every night except Friday for most of the year.