Little Minyan worship services inspire intellectual and spiritual exploration of Shabbat and many other holidays. Our book0026letterscommunity thrives on opportunities to better understand the meanings and purposes of our liturgical heritage and to experience different approaches to worship, just one technology of our wisdom tradition for accessing the Divine Mystery many call God.  Music is an important component of our services.

Our community gathers for several monthly Shabbat services.  Please check our calendar to confirm the date and location of services. Most of our services are held at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 2070 Ridgecliff Road, Upper Arlington, 43221 or Columbus Mennonite Church, Oakland Park Ave., Clintonville, 43214.

During the summer, we try to have a number of services outside to infuse our worship with a direct appreciation of the LMK.Noah.Torahnatural beauty of creation. Parks and homes as well as the Drexel theater, a re-purposed greenhouse at Jorgensen Farms, and even a classroom at The Ohio State University College of Law have become sacred spaces for us, proving that we can create a mishkan (sanctuary) for the Sacred to dwell among us* in a variety of places.

For the last several years, we have held our Days of Awe worship in the beautiful space of the Columbus Mennonite Church in Clintonville.

Please check the calendar for up-to-date details and contact littleminyan@littleminyan with additional questions. 

*And let them make Me a sanctuary  וְעָ֥שׂוּ לִ֖י מִקְדָּ֑שׁ וְשָׁכַנְתִּ֖י בְּתוֹכָֽם׃ that I may dwell among them.                                       (Sh’mot/Exodus 25:8)


“Our Synagogue with Rabbi Jessica and Bill” (Little Minyan Kehilla High Holy Day services 5777 at Columbus Mennonite Church in Clintonville as captured by Asa, age 5)