Shabbat Parshat Beha'alotcha 5779
Friday, June 21st
7:00 am: Shacharit
6:45 pm: Mincha
8:10 pm: Candlelighting
Shabbat, June 22nd
9:00 am: Shacharit
followed by Rabbi Hyman's drasha titled "God's Love for Bnai Yisrael?"!"
7:00 pm: Rabbis’s class on the topic "The Flesh and the Spirit - The Dislocations of Bamidbar and the Jewish Journey"
8:00 pm: Mincha
9:11 pm: Havdalah
Kiddush is sponsored by Sue and Len Honeyman in honor of the Yarzeits of their mothers, Hilda (chana) Honeyman and Rose (Rivka Rudya) Appel, and in thanks for their many blessings.
Deepest condolences to Barbara Zalesch on the passing of her sister Phyllis Thursday morning. No shiva information is available yet.
The Mikvah is now re-opened! Please see below (in community events) for information about the rededication celebration on July 7.
Tzeitchem L'Shalom to two families who are moving away: Marina, Elchanan, Sophie, and Lily Baine, who are moving to Riverdale, NY, and Kayla, Brandon, and Gavriel Goldstein, who are moving to West Hartford. We wish them all the greatest of luck. They will be deeply missed!
Tuesdays, 7:30 pm
Rabbi Zalman Alpert
Bi-weekly Talmud Class in Tractate Brachot
Monday, July 17, 7:30 pm
Shul Board Meeting
June 23, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven’s Annual Meeting and Hall of Fame Brunch - at the Towers. Honorees include: Leonard Honeyman, Lil & Lee Liberman, and Stanley Sax. For info or to reserve seating contact Patricia Illingworth at 203 392 6125 or info@JHSGNH.org
July 7th, 3:00 - 5:00 pm
The community is invited to the New Haven Mikvah’s Rededication Celebration at the Mikvah, 86 Hubinger Street, New Haven. Please join us to celebrate the Mikvah’s reopening, greet representatives of Mikvah USA, and thank the generous donors.