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236 Kane Street / Brooklyn, NY 11231 / 718 875-1550

Weekly Services

On Shabbat we leave the stress and competition of the week behind. As we come together for Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat and Saturday Shabbat morning services, the community joins in song and reflection, led by Rabbi Michelle Dardashti, Cantor Sarah Myerson, and members of the Congregation.

Throughout the year we celebrate Shabbat and holidays with a variety of prayer services and educational programs, including three bustling family and youth services on each Saturday morning of the school year.

Everyone is welcome to join us in prayer, study, and friendship.

In-person services generally take place in the Sanctuary or Chapel.
(Please excuse the appearance of the Sanctuary as restoration work is done to the ceiling)
Please check the latest Kane Street Connections for details.

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Kabbalat Shabbat
Friday evening, 5:15pm
Services are followed by an Oneg Shabbat and refreshments.
During the year we hold several Shabbat pot luck dinners, which include Z’mirot (Jewish hymns) and Birkat Hamazon (grace after meals).

Please note that these services are not livestreamed, so please join us!

Click here to learn the Friday Night Melodies


Shabbat Morning Services
Saturday morning, 9:30am-(approx.12:00pm)
Led by Rabbi Michelle Dardashti and Cantor Sarah Myerson
Join us in the Community Room
or join via livestream at kanestreet.org/livestream
Kiddush and refreshments follow services.


Youth and Family Services

with Rabbi Val Lieber, Melissa Zimmerman, Landon Braverman, and Sarah Rebell
Open to all!
Afterwards, join the community for the end of services in the Main Sanctuary, then Kiddush in the Community Room.


Mini Minyan
for children age 1-4 and their families.
11:15–11:55am in the Multipurpose Room, 3rd floor
Led by Landon Braverman

Songs, dancing, giving thanks through prayers, a mini Torah parade, a story, and kiddush blessings with challah and juice.


Kinder Minyan
for children in Kindergarten, Grades 1 and 2, and their families.
11:15am–12:05pm in the Chapel, 2nd floor
Led by Landon Braverman

A warm, fun service, full of energy, with prayers, a story, and learning.
(We welcome parents to drop off kids here so they can go to the Main Sanctuary.)


Minyan Noar
for children in Grades 3 through 6, and their families
11:15am–12:15pm in the Chapel, 2nd floor
Led by Rabbi Val, Melissa Zimmerman, Sarah Rebell, and Teen Apprentices.

Prayers, singing and learning. Features either a play based on the week’s Torah portion for kids to spontaneously act out or a Torah reading and discussion.

Sunday Morning Minyan: Shacharit
Sunday Mornings, 9:00am
Online at kanestreet.org/sunday-minyan.


Monday Morning Minyan
Mondays, 7:45am in the Chapel

Daily Morning Minyanim with Brownstone Brooklyn Kehillim
If you are looking to attend a minyan on other days of the week, there are minyanim on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings in the Congregation Beth Elohim Chapel “Temple House” at 274 Garfield Place (south side of the street), as well as a Friday morning minyan at Flatbush Jewish Center, 327 East 5th Street.
Please see times, locations, and sign up at kanestreet.org/minyanim.
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