Carlebach Friday Night Minyan, in the Sheinfeld / Givat Sharret neighborhood of Beit Shemesh.Tefillot are in the simcha hall downstairs at BEIT MIDRASH TORANI LEUMI - at the corner of Reuven and Asher in Beit Shemesh. Men and women are welcome. To join the minyan email list: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Givat Shmuel Carlebach Minyan
Barukh Shrieber 03-5320550 or Shlomo Galanter 03-5323082
Talpiyot Arnona Carlebach Minyan
This shul is in Rav Kook's historical home in central Jerusalem.
Mayanot Carlebach Minyan of Nachlaot; also: http://www.mayanot.edu
Ramot Carlebach Miyan
Kfar Saba Carlebach Minyan
also: Hananya Richman, email@example.com, 03-7658704
Danny Verbov, Vardit Segullt and Yaacov Kruger
Dror Shmueli (02) 535-5135
Beit Keneset Nachalat Yehuda of Ma'alei Admim - Mitzpe Nevo
Daily and Shabbat Minyan
Carlebach Chassidim of Brooklyn
OHR-SHLOMO (the light of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach) is the official "virtual community" of the CARLEBACH CHASSIDIM OF BROOKLYN, New York- a division of the OHR KI TOV Center. Rabbi Yankel Dinnerstein, one the 36 rabbis ordained by Reb Shlomo, is the moderator for this forum. Reb Yankel specializes in creating Jewish spiritual community, inspirational gatherings, centered around Jewish holidays and Shabbos. Through the use of song, stories, and warm fellowship, souls are set on fire, and hearts are filled with joy. Our virtual community will share information regarding special events and activities, Jewish thought and experience, as we ascend the spiritual heights to the 21st century. This forum serves as the official channel of communication for the CARLEBACH CHASSIDIM OF BROOKLYN.
The Carlebach Community of Teaneck was established in 2006 to bring
together lovers of Reb Shlomo's davening, melodies, stories and torah. We
hold services in member's homes every Friday night . We also hold services for the High Holidays.
Carlebach Minyan of Passaic/Clifton strives to serve Hashem with joy through davening, learning and bringing people together. The Minyan was founded in 2005 and is inspired by Reb Shlomo Carlebach's music and beautiful
First Friday of the Month
Both monthly and regular Kabbalat Shabbat feature
Founded by Rabbi Dr. Naftali Carlebach in 5711