The Orthodox Minyan holds services every Friday evening at candlelighting time or 6pm (whichever comes first) and Saturday mornings at 9am in W11. Services are also held for all Jewish holidays. Holiday services are extremely lively and engaging, and often become highlights of students' religious experience at MIT.
Our regular services and communal life make us the most active religious group on campus. Combined with our relatively small numbers, we come together to form a tight-knit community. Every individual is encouraged to contribute to the community with their unique skills and talents, and conversely anyone who needs help can find it. We are also proud that the MIT kosher servery -- fully integrated into MIT dining and the cafeteria -- and other kosher suites and living spaces around MIT provide among the best kosher options of any university setting.