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Shuls & Communities

All the options for synagogues, minyanim and kehilot in the Modiin area, including sephardi, ashkenazi and more!

The updated regulations for prayers in Modiin as of Sunday 7/3

  • Prayers (without a green badge)* - Allowed up to 20 people per indoor space, up to 50 people in open areas. 
  • Prayers (in a house of prayer that chooses to operate with a Green Badge)*:
    • By pre-registering with the local authority.
    • Occupancy: In a minyan with permanent seats - up to 50% occupancy. In a minyan without fixed seats - one person per 7 square meters. In any case, no more than 500 people.
    • Seating is separated, with a chair space between them.
    • Without food and drink.
    • Hanging a sign at the entrance to the place stating that it is a place that operates with a "green badge" and the local authority's approval re: submission of the application and appointment of a checker at the entrance confirming the green badge of the congregants (vaccinated at least a week after the second dose or recovering).

*Synagogues can open for prayers only (e.g. not Kiddush and shiurim) under Purple Badge restrictions

For the updated regulations in English on the MOH website - click here!

Titora Synagogue (Nosach Ashkenazi Achid)
One of the oldest shuls in Modiin. Congregants include both native Israelis and new Olim. The shul davens in Nosach Achid (Sefarad). The community welcomes members from throughout the neighborhood and helps organize family simchas, also for
Tze'irei HaGiva Synagogue (Ashkenazi - Achid)
Gabai - Tzachi Green.
Tze'irei Modiin Synagogue (Ashkenazi)
Gabai - Chaim Dar. For prayer times & shiurim on weekdays and Shabbat click here!
Tze'irein Keizer Synagogue - Gan Galil (Ashkenazi)
Gabai - Amir Sagi.
Uri Tzafon Minyan (Yemenite)
Buchman (Shvatim & Moriah)
Gabai - Yaniv Chatzeroni.
UVacharta BaChaim Synagogue (Sephardi)
Shimshoni (Meginim & Nevi'im)
Gabai - Boaz Avrahami.
Yekir Efraim Synagogue (Ashkenazi)
Gabai - Yitschak Filler.
Yeshivat Hesder Meir Harel Modiin
Shimshoni (Meginim & Nevi'im)
Established in 2005 and part of the Hesder Yeshiva world devoted to both traditional Torah values, national and community service. The yeshiva runs several community programs, in which they work with olim, prepare for bar-mitzva, run shiuri
Yeshivat Migdal HaTorah - Yeshiva Program for English Speakers
Yeshiva gap year program offering a unique and extraordinary experience for post Yeshiva high school students, since 2012. The core program is intended primarily for overseas students, however, the program is open to Israel based students a
Yom Kippur Ashkenazi Minyan in Maccabim
Gabai - Amitai Ritter.
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