Maariv, מעריב (also spelled Ma'ariv, known as Arvit) is a Jewish prayer service held in the evening.

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Missing Barchu at Maariv

If one misses Barchu at the beginning of Maariv, should one say it at the end of Maariv (as is commonly done)? If so when should it be done and who should do it?
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When is the earliest time you can daven ma'ariv during the week?

When is the earliest time you can Daven Maariv on a weekday?
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Aleinu After Kiddush Levanah

Why is aleinu said twice: once at the end of Maariv, and then again at the end of Kiddush Levanah?
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Friday Night Prayer before Maariv - Kegavnah or Bameh Madlikin

Ashkenaz say Bameh Madlikin, and those who daven Nusach Sefard say Kegavnah... Why this distinction? And if one is praying in a shul that does not say his Nusach, what should he do?
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Temimos Thiyenah

On Shavous by Night we wait and daven Marriv late in order to have Temmimos,Why dont we daven early on the second night of Pesach for the same reason?