Would anyone know of a mid-week daily or weekly Tehillim minyan in Boro Park?
I think Shomer Shabbos has one.
Thanks Joseph. I’ll check.
There’s such a thing as a Tehillim Minyan? Cool! I never realized that men said Tehillim, and davka with a minyan. Oh, is that why the Tehillim booklets have the Y’hi Ratzon at the end that can only be said with a minyan (at least the 13 Middos part)?
One time when I was at a Tehillim group, they didn’t believe me that you are not allowed to say it w/o a minyan. One girl’s proof was that it wouldn’t be written there if you’re not allowed to say it. While I didn’t think it was a proof, I was wondering why that is there. It never occurred to me that anyone says Tehillim with a minyan. Is that the reason why they davka do it with minyan (in order to be able to say the 13 Middos).
Many shuls have a minyan saying the complete Tehilim every Erev Rosh Chodesh.
In Lubavitch, they have a minyan saying the entire Sefer Tehillim on Shabbos Mevorchim, followed by Chassidus and breakfast, followed by the real davening.