Being a Minyanaire is much more than just being counted in daily services at B'nai Amoona. Being a Minyanaire is being an integral part of the Jewish community:
- It is a way of contributing to your fellow Jews. A traditional way to have a regular chat with God. A time to see old friends and make new ones. A way to know that you really do count at B'nai Amoona.
- It's a time for learning.
"Yes, we do have daily morning and evening minyanim at B'nai Amoona." "Yes, we lead services at Delmar Gardens West on Friday afternoons."
"Yes, we can help you gather people to have a shiva minyan at your home."
As a Minyanaire you are recognized! Each Minyanaire receives a beautiful lapel pin or pendent that represents being the "TENTH PERSON." The graphic above is an image of the pin you receive.
The actual pin is gold tone and the darkened corner is in royal blue, representing "YOU," the Tenth Person. The design is a replica of our beautiful Ark in the Guller Chapel, where the majority of our minyanim are assembled. Each Minyanaire receives the recognition of making a difference.
All you need to do is pick a day... morning or evening and commit to making a difference. Once you choose your day, your name is posted on the attractive Minyanaire sign that is prominently displayed by the Guller Chapel during the week and by the Sanctuary on Shabbat.
Consider becoming part of this wonderful group of people!
For more information on how to sign up as a Minyanaire call the Shul office at 314-576-9990, or contact Minyanaire Chairperson, Laura Shapiro at 314-878-3446 or firstname.lastname@example.org.