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“Prayers from the heart open all the gates of heaven.”      Rebbe Nachman

Ohr Kodesh provides spiritual inspiration daily through both morning and afternoon or evening minyanim (services).

Everyday members of the OKC community gather in prayer for communal support, reflection, and to enable those in mourning with services led by clergy and lay leaders. 

Please join us for morning or evening services, held daily. All are welcome.  

Religious Practice During the Period of the Imposed Isolation 

These are difficult times and finding a way to continue to pray and connect while physically distant can be challenging. We hope that you will participate virtually during our Shacharit (morning) or Minchah (afternoon) services. When 10 adults are gathered together, Kaddish will be recited.

Starting August 12, 2021, we will be holding Shacharit (morning) services on Thursdays (only) both In-Person at OKC and via Zoom. Services will be conducted in the Chapel area, using 6 feet social distancing guidelines and masks are required. 

To register and join via Zoom, please click here: Shacharit

To register and join via Zoom, please click here: Minchah

We are using Siddur Lev Shalem for weekday services. If you would like to follow along, please download and print the appropriate service.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Cantor Hinda Labovitz at cantorlabovitz@ohrkodesh.org for an electronic version. 

Saying Kaddish 

When 10 adult Jews are gathered together through real-time video and audio connection (e.g. a Zoom call), those who are in a period of mourning or observing a yahrzeit may recite the mourner’s kaddish. If 10 adult Jews are not present, a Prayer in Lieu of Kaddish is recited.

Wed, September 22 2021 16 Tishrei 5782