Unless otherwise indicated, all programs are held at 4401 York Ave S, Minneapolis.

Kol Nidre, Tuesday, September 18
 6:45 to 9 PM: Service

Yom Kippur, Wednesday, September 19
10:00 AM to 1:30 PM: Morning Services, including Yizkor Memorial Service 
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey will give the sermon at about 11:15 AM
4:45 to 5:45 PM: Study Session with Rabbi Sharon Stiefel
6:00 to 8:00 PM: Minchah/Afternoon and Concluding/Neilah Services
At the end of the services, we will break the fast together with Mayim Rabim’s traditional vegetarian dairy potluck meal.

The seven day holiday of Sukkot begins the evening of Sunday September 23, followed by Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.  Mayim Rabim will not hold services, but please join us for the following events.

Sukkot, Sunday September 30, 2 to 4 PM
Open House in St. Paul at the sukkah of Rabbi Sharon Stiefel,
Davida Alperin, Michael, and Emi. There will be refreshments,
good conversation, and activities and games for children.
Contact office @ mayimrabim.org for address

Simchat Torah, Monday evening, October 1
Celebration with Adath Jeshurun Congregation
10500 Hillside Lane W, Minnetonka

Friday October 5, 6:15 – 7:30 PM 
Kabbalat Shabbat Evening Service 
Services led by Rabbi Stiefel and congregants. 
A dairy vegetarian potluck Shabbat dinner follows service

Saturday October 20, 9 AM - Noon
Shabbat Morning Program, REFUGEE SHABBAT

9 AM Continental breakfast, 10 AM study session,
and a brief service at 11 AM
We will have a guest speaker from Advocates for Human Rights.

Unless otherwise indicated, all programs are held at
4401 York Ave S (Friends Meeting House).

We look forward to welcoming Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey who will speak at our Yom Kippur morning service.

All are welcome at our High Holiday services and celebrations.  Click here for a visitor packet with details!

Mayim Rabim Congregation
Most events held at 4401 York Ave S.
Minneapolis, MN

Mailing Address
2751 Hennepin Ave. S. #236
Minneapolis, MN 55408

About Us

Mayim Rabim Congregation, founded in 1992, is affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist movement. We are an urban Jewish community that comprises people of diverse ages, abilities, sexual orientations, cultural backgrounds, and financial resources. We strive to create and sustain spaces that enhance the practice of Judaism in the contemporary world; to that end, we are a house of prayer, of study, and tikkun olam (the repair of the world). As Reconstructionists, we view Judaism as an evolving religious civilization and claim a shared heritage with all Jews.

We are an inclusive, heymish congregation and we welcome visitors!

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