The Kulanu minyan is a lay-led, all-ages, youth-friendly, davening-focused service, that is simultaneously serious and relaxed, formal and informal. The name is intended to suggest that the service is “by us” and “for all of us” - and that “us” is diverse.
The minyan will meet from 10 to noon once a month. The regular service will include P’Sukei d’Zimra, Shacharit, and Torah Service, and will conclude with a variety of song and prayer led by youth. The service structure may vary modestly to meet other minyan goals, which over the course of the year may include more in-depth Torah discussion; broadening the roster of Torah readers; introducing new service leaders; and learning new melodies, among others.