Services at B’nai Abraham are designed to make everyone feel welcome and at home. The prayers, conducted with Hebrew/English prayer-books, are lively, engaging and inclusive – spiced with inspiring tunes and insightful explanations throughout – allowing all to absorb the experience at their own level. Whether you consider yourself Reform or Conservative, Orthodox or unaffiliated, Sefardi or Ashkenazi, well-versed or unversed; at B’nai Abraham, the labels and classifications fall away – as all stand equally beloved before G-d.
Rabbi Goldman’s sermons likewise speak to all participants, and are always topical, relevant, stimulating and enlightening.

Contact: (215) 238-2100 or office@phillyshul.com

Morning – Shacharis:
Monday through Friday 7:15am (year-round) | B’nai Abraham
Saturdays – Shabbos 9:30am | B’nai Abraham
Sundays & Public Holidays 8:30am | B’nai Abraham

Afternoon – Mincha:
Early Weekday Mincha in Center City
1:45pm | 1420 Walnut Street / The Law firm of Alan L. Rothenberg, Call (800) 624-8888
2:00pm | 19th and Market (ground floor 1818 Market building)
3:00pm | 110 South 8th Street (between Sansom & Chestnut) / Chabad Israeli Center

Evening – Maariv:
Monday through Thursday 7:10pm (Mincha & Maariv | Spring & Summer) | B’nai Abraham

Friday night Services | 509 Pine Street / Vilna Congregation
begin at Sunset (during summer months, services begin at 7:00pm)

Additional Suggestions for Minyan, please try:
UPenn Hillel Evening Maariv Minyan @ Penn  – call in advance for mincha + maariv times
Lower Merion Synagogue (610) 664-5626
Lubavitch Northeast (215) 725-2030
Young Israel of Elkins Park (215) 635-3152
Chabad of Main Line (610) 660-9900
Sons of Israel, Cherry Hill (856) 667-9700