There are several places to stay that are within walking distance of the minyan. The minyan is sponsored by Chabad of New Hampshire.
- Will there be a minyan when I am there?
- Where exactly is the minyan?
- What time is davening?
- Are there other minyanim on Shabbat?
- What resorts are within the Tichum Shabbat?
- Where can I find a Mikveh
- Is there an eruv?
- Is there a cost for attending?
- Are there siddurim and chumashim?
- Are there other seforim?
- What is the nusach?
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Will there be a minyan when I am there?
There is NO guarantee that there will be a minyan. The number of people at davening depends on how many vacationers come. Generally, there is a minyan every day and Shabbat during the Summer season.
Please understand that this is not a year-round minyan. It is not an established shul. There is no board, leadership or membership. It is a room that is rented for the summer in which vacationers can daven and learn.
Where exactly is the minyan?
The minyan meets during the week only (not Shabbos) in a space rented for the summer at Days Inn, 557 US-3, Lincoln, NH 03251 in the Clermont Room.
Shabbat Minyanim are held in people's homes throughout Lincoln, ie; The Village of Loon, Forest Ridge etc. depending on the week and where people are staying. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm where Shabbat minyan is the week you are coming. This site will be updated with weekly Shabbos minyan location as it becomes known.
What time is davening?
There is no set time for davening. Davening times are based on consensus. During some weeks there may be multiple minyanim at different times. Generally, times will be posted on the door to the room. As an approximation;
Are there other minyanim on Shabbat?
If you are not staying in walking distance from the minyan, it is sometimes possible to arrange for additional minyanim to be held on Shabbat in vacationer's rental homes. Please contact Rabbi Levi Krinsky to make arrangements. (603) 647-0204
If you have a question about the Tichum Shabbat contact:
Va'ad Le' Tehum Shabbos (845) 356-8002.
Is there a Mikveh?
There is a mikveh in Bethlehem, NH. The mikveh is next door to the New Arlington and is associated with Congregation Machzikei Hadath. The shul and mikveh do not open until July.
Congregation Machzikei Hadath
The Congregation and Mikvah are seperate.
31 Lewis Hill Road (off Main Street)
Bethlehem, NH 03574
845-774-0625 (Summer only)
Call for Appointment
Is there an eruv?
No, there is no eruv. (Seriously, did you think there was going to be an eruv?)
Is there a cost for attending?
Yes. To cover the rental cost each family is required to pay $36. Checks can be made out to Chabad of New Hampshire.
Are there siddurim/chumshim?
There may not be enough siddurim. If you can, please bring your own.
Are there other seforim to study?
Yes there are some seforim there but plan to bring your own if you need something specific.
What is the nusach?
Map to Minyan