Shabbat Parashat Ha'azinu 5779

Friday, September 21st
7:00 am: Shacharit
6:20 pm: Mincha
6:32 pm: Candlelighting

Shabbat, September 22nd
9:00 am: Shacharit
Followed by a D'var Torah by Steven Wilf, titled "The Gift of Discernment"
5:30 pm: Rabbi Hyman's afternoon class: titled "Dealing with Bugs in the Succah on Yom Tov and Shabbos"
6:30 pm: Mincha
7:33 pm: Havdalah


Shul Announcements

Kiddush is sponsored by the shul. 

First days of Sukkot, Sept 24th and 25th: Sponsored by the generosity of shul members who have contributed to make it possible.

Shabbat Chol HaMoed, Sept 29th: Sponsored by the Holmes family in honor of Oliver's 80th birthday! Happy Birthday!

Shul Sukkah:
Thanks to all the volunteers who helped put up the sukkah last Sunday! Please volunteer this Sunday (Sept 23) right after Shacharit to help finish the job by putting the bamboo mats schach into place!

On Sunday, Sept 23, 10:30 am - noon, there will be a Sukkah Decorating Party for all! (kids & adults). Come make decorations for the shul sukkah and for your own. To be held in the shul sukkah. (Rain location: shul social hall). Snacks will be served.

There are still shul calendars available for purchase for $25 apiece. To buy one, please contact Barbara Zalesch or the shul office.

Sue Honeyman will be making etrog liquor at the shul so we can all taste it when it's ready! Any donations of etrogim during the few days after the end of Yom Tov will be appreciated. You can leave them in the shul refrigerator, give them to Len at the evening minyan, leave them outside the Honeymans' door at 115 Lowin Ave, or they can picked up at your home (please contact Sue or Len to arrange pickup).

Shul Events

Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 7:30 pm
Rabbi Zalman Alpert
Bi-weekly Talmud Class in Tractate Brachot

Monday, October 8, 2018, 7:30 pm
Shul Board Meeting (at the shul) 

Community Events

Sunday, November 4, 10:00 am

Pirkei Avot Lev Shalem. At BEKI, 85 Harrison St. Mark your calendars for this Special Presentation of the newly published book Pirkei Avot Lev Shalem, translated and edited by Rabbi Martin Cohen. The presentation will be followed by a dynamic Rabbinic Panel Discussion with Rabbi Fred Hyman, Rabbi Rona Shapiro, and Rabbi Jon-Jay Tilsen. The discussion will analyze the wisdom of the Sages with historical and contemporary rabbinic insights. Order the book at discount by September 4 (more info coming!) Read ahead and study to ask the best questions at the event. Enjoy the exciting discussion with a delicious brunch (Free!)

Oren Kanner