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torate emet minyanim and classes

Please see schedule below for minyan time at shul and via zoom

The Jewish community has thrived for millenia on its intimacy and close connections. While we will be physically apart for the foreseeable future, we will strive to maintain our emotional and spiritual bonds during this time. Below you will find links to join daily Shacharit, Mincha-Maariv, Torat Emet Class Schedule, Rabbi Neuman's new Podcast on Minor Biblical Characters, and other online resources that may be helpful. May our learning and prayer help bring us back together soon. 

***Weekday Shacharit service times, and all class titles listed below are clickable links to join the specified Zoom session***


Service Times
Click here to register to attend services next week

Friday - October 16th
7:00 AM   Shacharit* at shul
6:25 PM   Mincha at shul
6:32 PM   Candle Lighting

Shabbat - October 17th
9:00 AM   Shacharit
Be sure to have seudah shlisheet at home
6:20 PM   Mincha at shul
7:29 PM   Shabbat Ends


Weekday Schedule

Shacharit at shul
8:00 AM   Sunday *
Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan
6:45 AM   Monday *
Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan

7:00 AM   Tuesday-Friday*

Mincha at shul
6:20 PM   Sunday-Thursday
6:15 PM   Friday



The Book of Amos with Rabbi Neuman
Sunday morning at 9:00 AM

Contemporary Halacha with Rabbi Neuman
Tuesday night at 8:30 PM

Drasha by Rabbi Zack
Thursday night at 8:30 PM

Mesillat Yesharim: The Path of the Just with Rabbi Neuman
Tuesday & Thursday 12:30-1:30 PM

The Characters You Do Not Know with Rabbi Neuman 
 Now available HERE on Apple Podcast! 
(Alternatively you can use Spotify or Anchor to listen)

Important Message from columbus Rabbinic Leadership

Important Message from Torat Emet, Ahavas Sholom, Beth Jacob, Kollel and CTA Rabbinic Leadership

COVID-19 Guidelines for Columbus Torah Academy and the 
Columbus Orthodox (Synagogue and Kollel) Community:

Our synagogues and our school are open! We rightly celebrate this achievement.  But it is up to us –us as individuals and us as a community – to do everything we can to support these institutions and the many people who have worked so hard to make this happen. We, the leaders of these institutions, therefore implore you to comply with the following guidelines:

  1. You must wear a mask that covers both the nose and mouth at all times while inside any establishment, especially shuls, kollel and CTA.
  2. Maintain a distance of 6 feet from any people not part of your household.
  3. If a person or a member of their household visits a state that is defined as a hotspot by the state of Ohio, that person, and any members of that person's household may not enter the school, shuls, or kollel until 14 days following their return to Columbus.
  4. No member of a family that hosts visitors from any state that is defined as a hotspot by the state of Ohio may enter school, shul, or kollel until 14 days after the visitors have left.
  5. Any individuals visiting from outside the greater Columbus area should get the approval of the Shul rabbis, Rosh Kollel or Head of School before coming to school, shul, or kollel.
  6. If one wishes to have guests for meals, it is our strong recommendation that meals should be held outside with appropriate social distancing and not exceed two families (including the host family).
  7. If someone chooses to attend a large gathering where someone has either tested positive or subsequently tests positive for COVID-19, either all members of the family in attendance may not enter school, shul, or kollel for 14 days regardless of the duration of contact with the specific individual; or must obtain clearance from the Shul rabbis, Rosh Kollel or Head of School and Franklin County Department of Health.
  8. If you have one of the following symptoms you may not go to shul or school:
         a. Fever >100
         b. Cough
         c. Loss of sense of taste or smell
         d. Cold symptoms (sore throat, congestion, runny nose)
  9. If you have any two of the following symptoms you may not go to shul or school:
         a. Headaches
         b. Body aches
         c. Fatigue
         d. Gastrointestinal symptoms (nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea)
  10. Everyone who is medically able should get a flu vaccine this year.
  11. We realize that is a divisive issue.  In order to avoid any possibility of Lashon Harah, any concerns regarding this policy should be discussed with either a Shul rabbi, Rosh Kollel or Head of School.


Rabbi Claman, Rabbi Drandoff, Rabbi Goldstein, Rabbi Morris, and Rabbi Zack

COVID-19 Resources:

Online Learning Resources:

We pray for those who are sick, for everyone’s safety,
and for a swift end to this plague.

Welcome to Congregation Torat Emet...Welcome Home

Welcome to Main Street!
We are the largest Modern Orthodox shul in Columbus, located in the center of the Jewish community, offering daily minyan and weekly classes.  We cultivate relationships with God and with each other, striving for spiritual and moral growth. Please join our community for visits, services and events.

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Family Kabbalat Shabbat & Dinner 
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PJs & Havdalah 
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Teen Cholent
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Pre-Purim Carnival 
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Calendar Corner

  • Rosh Chodesh Elul -- August 20th & 21st
  • Unveiling for Jeanette Schottenstein Starbird -- August 30th
  • Unveiling for Eileen Weltz -- September 6th
Tue, October 20 2020 2 Cheshvan 5781