Sunday Morning Minyan
This traditional shaharit (morning) service begins at 9AM and generally concludes at approximately 9:40AM. The service is conducted almost exclusively in Hebrew; however, there are transliterated siddurim (prayerbooks) available. Lay leaders usually lead the minyan except when there is a special occasion such as Rosh Hodesh (new Hebrew month) or a holiday. It is customary for both men and women to wear a tallit (prayer shawl) for this service. Many people also wear tefillin (leather boxes containing holy scripture). There are additional sets of “loaner” tefillin available upon request.
If you would like to learn how to put on tefillin there are many Internet video demonstrations. One of the better ones is found here from Rabbi Neil Tow at the Glen Rock Synagogue in NJ.