Each community sets its own boundaries. In my synagogue, 10 on video conference can recite the Mourner’s Kaddish — but we are not reading the Torah.
“There was a lot of fear and nerves in the community the past couple days,” said a Wilmington rabbi as Hurricane Florence hit the coast Thursday.
The 2018 NRA Annual Meeting featured a full 15 acres of firearms, shooting and hunting equipment — and a minyan.
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$5 game night at the Yankees brought some unexpected traffic to the unofficial “Jewish Quarter” of the stadium.
It began with a phone call on a cold winter day in January 1998. The purpose of the call, from a neighboring Mormon bishop I’d never spoken with before, was unusual: He was requesting a minyan.
Traveling on a three-week East Coast road trip, Rob Kutner endeavors to find a minyan in seven different cities to pay tribute to his father.
Growing up in an ultra-Orthodox community, Frieda Vizel always knew that minyans were for men — until she was asked to join one.
A new smartphone app aims to make corralling a minyan easier by alerting fellow Jews nearby looking to pray.
Eugene Goostman, a computer-generated entity, is smart enough to fool experts into thinking he’s human. Rabbi Mark Goldfeder asks if he is Jewish enough to count in a minyan.