Mincha  7:25 p.m. (Sun-Thur)  
Shacharit  6:30 a.m.  (Mon-Fri)   
(Full Week Schedule Below)
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Service Schedule  For current service times, 24 hours a day, six days a week, call our service hotline at: 704-790-5035. 

Friday - 9 Nissan - March 31:

  • Morning service is at 6:30 am.
  • Candle lighting at 7:26 pm.
  • Mincha at 7:25 pm. 

Shabbat Parashat Tzav - Shabbat HaGadol - 10 Nissan - April 1:

  • Shabbat morning class at 9:00 am.
  • Shabbat morning services at 10:00 am.
  • Shabbat Kiddush luncheon after morning services.
  • Mincha immediately after kiddush luncheon.
  • Reciting of Avadim Hayinu after Mincha.
  • Maariv is at 8:45 pm.

Sunday morning service is at 8:30 am.

Daily morning service M-F is at 6:30 am.

Mincha this week is at 7:25 pm.

Please remember to recite the Nassi.

Holiday schedule will appear in a separate email.



•Sunday-Thursday  Gemara Class 3:30 p.m.  (In Person at Chabad or Online with Zoom)

Friday Gemara Class 1:00 p.m.  (In Person at Chabad or Online with Zoom)

This Week's Message From The Rabbi   

This Shabbat, 10 Nissan, 5783, April 1, 2023, we read the Torah portion of Tzav which is the second portion in the Book of Vayikra.

This portion describes the training of Aron the High Priest, and his sons, in the holy work of the newly established Tabernacle. The training was done by Moshe, who was acting High Priest for the week of training.

This Shabbat is also called Shabbat HaGadol, the great Shabbat, as it is the Shabbat before Passover. A beautiful custom is observed on this Shabbat, the reading of a portion of the Haggadah after the Mincha service.This year, Passover falls on the same day of the week as the first Passover.

A wonderful Deli Kiddush luncheon will be held after morning services. This week's Shabbat Kiddush is being sponsored by Brooke and Gokul Hargather in honor of the naming of their baby girl with her Hebrew name on this Shabbat. We welcome their extended family who will be attending services this Shabbat.


Congregation Ohr HaTorah attracts community members from diverse backgrounds. 

Participants are not judged by their ability to take part, nor by their religious knowledge. 

All shul services are warm, relaxing, haimish and easy to follow. 

Friday night, Saturday morning, Mincha and weekday services enjoy a great spirit and communal participation. When you enter Ohr HaTorah, you will be greeted with a warm welcome,  encouragement and support. Our Shul participants are actively involved in the services,  which are meaningful and inspirational.

FYI: Kosher Catered Meals available at  
Pick up Kosher dinner at Mincha Maariv minyan