West Side Eruv
An eruv is a ritual enclosure that Jewish communities construct in their neighborhoods as a way to permit the transference of objects from indoors to a public street or carrying within the public streets on Shabbos. Having a respected eruv is considered a major milestone for a community.
For more information on the eruv, including up to the minute eruv status, please visit
Led by Rabbi Dovid Y. Kitainik and housed in Kollel's building, Kollel’s Summerlin Shul is a warm and friendly place to daven.
Daily Davening Schedule:
Shachrit: 7:30AM Mincha/Maariv: 15 minutes before sunset
Monday - Friday
Mincha: 2:00 PM Maariv: 8PM
(Please note: in the summer, mincha/maariv is 15 minutes before sunset)
Friday Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat: 15 minutes before sunset
Shachrit & Kiddush: 8:55 AM
Mincha: 25 minutes before sunset
For schedule and community information, please visit the
Kollel provides critical services to the Las Vegas Jewish community, and has implemented vital projects that help make Las Vegas a great place for Jews to call home.
Below are some of the projects that Kollel operates:
Kollel has provided kosher supervision to The Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson Educational Campus since 2012.
In November, 2018, Kollel began kosher supervisions services for Manna Las Vegas, based in the Solomon Shechter School.
Kollel is available to the Greater Las Vegas Jewish Community for Kosher certification services, as well as for koshering residential kitchens. Please contact Kollel for inquiries.