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Congregation Israel is the center of Springfield, New Jersey's growing Modern Orthodox community. Here, everyone is welcome, and everyone is treated like family. What is more, we offer unparalleled opportunities for religious growth and learning, as well as easy access to important amenities such as yeshiva day schools, mikvaot, kosher restaurants and kosher shopping.

Come visit us for Shabbat and experience the warmth and energy of our community for yourself!

To arrange for home hospitality, please call 973-467-9666

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  • CIS WELCOMES SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE, RAV MOSHE TARAGIN THE SHABBOS OF FEBRUARY 5-6, 2016

    February 05, 2016

    Rav Moshe Taragin has been a Rebbe at Yeshivat Har Etzion in Gush Etzion since 1994. He has Semicha from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, a BA in Computer Science from Yeshiva College, and an MA in English Literature from City University. Rabbi Taragin previously taught Talmud at Columbia University, lectured in Talmud and Bible at the IBC and JSS divisions of Yeshiva University, and served as Assistant Rabbi at the Fifth Avenue Synagogue. In addition, Rabbi Taragin currently teaches at the Stella K. Abraham Beit Midrash for Women of Yeshivat Har Etzion in Migdal Oz in Gush Etzion. He is the author of an Internet shiur entitled "Talmudic Methodology" with over 5,000 subscribers.

    Friday Night Oneg at the Marcus Residence, 8:30 PM 

    Lessons from the Life of a Gadol”: Stories about Rav Aharon Lichtenstein zt”l

    Derasha Shabbos Morning –The Unfinished Book

    Shabbos Afternoon Shiur, 4:00 PM – I am a Settler…and a Humanist!

    Shalosh Seudos Dvar Torah - An Insurance Policy of Jewels

    Special Thanks to Sherry & Henry Stein for sponsoring Rav Taragin’s visit to our Kehilla. The learning we do over Shabbos is in memory of their parents, Eva & Arie Halpern a”h: Chava bas Ben-Tzion halevi z”l and Aryeh Leib ben Mordechai Dov z”l.

  • SHABBOS OF FEBRUARY 5-6, 2016: CIS TO CO-SPONSOR THE OU'S NCSY EURO ICE SUMMER PROGRAM REUNION!

    February 05, 2016
    We are proud to co-sponsor the OU's NCSY Euro ICE Summer Program reunion this Shabbos February 5/6.  There will be approximately 30 teenagers from across the United States joining for this program and please look forward to spending time with them and getting to know them. For more information please speak to Keevy Fried.
  • Sunday, February 7th, 10am - 2pm, Shul Social Hall: 2016 BOUTIQUE

    February 05, 2016
    Awesome vendors, children's carnival and activities, raffles and some awesome food! 

    Contact Brooke.czarka@gmail.com for more information.

  • IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING SHUL SECURITY

    February 05, 2016

    Please be advised that the double doors in the social hall leading to the parking lot may NOT be used as an entrance or an exit from the building. They are for emergency use only. Please enter/exit the shul using the main door or the keypad door at all times.  We thank you for your cooperation.

    The shul will be closed from 11 pm - 5:15 am every day.  No one is allowed to enter or exit the building during these hours. The alarm will be activated if any exterior door is opened or closed, and the police will be notified.

    Double parking is prohibited in our parking lot at all times.  If there is not a spot available, please leave your car at home.

    For all security concerns, please contact Cheryl Becker or a member of the security committee.

  • SAVE THE DATE! CIS ANNUAL DINNER, APRIL 6, 2016, AT THE CRYSTAL PLAZA

    February 05, 2016
  • KIDDUSHIM:

    February 05, 2016

    February 6, 2016

    Early minyan kiddush is sponsored by the Youth Committee in honor of the youth leaders.

    Main kiddush is sponsored by Sherry and Henry Stein in memory of Eva and Arie Halpern.

    Shalosh Seudos is sponsored by the Alexander family in memory of Cyril Alexander, Ziskind Ahron ben Yisroel.

    February 13, 2016

    Early minyan kiddush will be co-sponsored by Michael Bochner and Sion Suffir.

    Main kiddush will be sponsored by Edna and David Goodman.

    Shalosh Seudos will be sponsored by Mr. Alan Paul Katz.

    Early Minyan Kiddush  Available Dates:   February  20, 27    March  5, 12, 19, 26
    Main Kiddush  Available Dates:   February  20          March  12
    Shalosh Seudos  Available Dates:   February   27         March  5, 12, 19, 26

  • NEW DAILY MINCHA MINYAN, 1:30 PM, SUNDAY - THURSDAY AT YESHIVA GEDOLAH ZICHRON LEYMA, 2035 VAUXHALL ROAD, CORNER PLANE STREET, UNION.

    February 05, 2016

    There is a new daily Mincha Minyan at 1:30 pm, Sunday - Thursday at Yeshiva Gedolah Zichron Leyma, 2035 Vauxhall Road, corner Plane Street, Union. They also have Shacharis 7:40 am & Maariv 9:45 pm. Rabbis Eliezer Ginsberg and Gershon Neuman. Please note: The sign of the former Congregation B'nai Ahavath Shalom is still on the building.

  • NEW SHIUR SERIES ON WEDNESDAY NIGHTS!!!

    February 05, 2016
    Rabbi Yossi Kurant, Rosh Kollel of Kollel Nosson Tzvi in Union, NJ, will be giving a Shiur series, "Legal & Inspirational Insights from the Weekly Parsha," Wednesday nights at 8:30 PM in the Shul. 

    Additionally, Rabbi Kurant and other Kollel members will be available for chavrusa learning as well. Please contact Rabbi Marcus if you are interested in studying one on one with a Kollel member.
  • Sundays, 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm, CIS Beit Midrash, February 14-April 3: GWA: Gemara without Artscroll

    February 05, 2016
    Are you interested in learning Gemara skills without having to resort to translations?  Join us for a 6-week skills-based series, focusing on Perek Arvei Pesachim.  No prior skills necessary.  Participants are encouraged to bring their own copy of Masechet Pesachim to the shiurim. If you have any questions, please see Aron Srolovitz.
  • Monday, February 8th, 8:00 pm, Residence of Leora & Samuel Babich, 43 Golf Oval, Springfield: JKHA SPRINGFIELD COMMUNITY INFORMATIONAL MEETING

    February 05, 2016
  • Wednesday, January 27th,12:30 pm: LUNCH AND LEARN AT TOKYO HIBACHI, 238 MORRIS AVE. Please RSVP to Rabbi Marcus at ravmook1@aol.com if you plan to attend.

    February 05, 2016
  • JEC Event: February 13th, Melava Malka Honoring Mrs. Newman (featuring Rabbi Rietti)

    February 05, 2016

    The JEC Alumni Network proudly invites everyone to its 4th annual Melava Malka honoring Bruriah's late principal, MRS. CHAYA NEWMAN, A”H.

    World-renowned guest speaker RABBI JONATHAN RIETTI will be giving a presentation entitled, “THE GREATNESS OF BEING TESTED: Infusing An Extra Dose of Emuna During Challenging Times.”

    Bruriah High School, 35 North Ave. Elizabeth. 

    SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH 8:30 p.m. (Motzei Shabbos Teruma) 

    Doors open 8:15 p.m. Event begins 8:30 followed by catered seuda. 

    7:45 exclusive “Meet & Greet” reception with Rabbi Rietti for 2015-16 JEC Donors of $365+

    $10 cover. Open to men and women.

  • Monday, February 15th, 4:00 pm, JCC, 1391 Martine Ave.,Scotch Plains: Discussion with Ambassador Yoram Ettinger (ret.)

    February 05, 2016

    $8 in advance, $10 at the door, light refreshments will be served

    $30 sponsors receive one admission, reserved seating, kosher dinner with Ambassador Ettinger.

    Catered by Kalman Delicatessen, Springfield

    Please consider making a donation to SHALVA and support Jordan Shanskhalil in the March Jersualem Marathon! SHALVA is an organization in Israel that provides amazing services to children with special needs and Jordan needs your help to reach his fundraising goal! You can find Jordan's donation page online http://www.run4shalva.org/my/jordanshans or email him jordanshans@yahoo.com for help. Many thanks to those who have contributed to this worthwhile cause.

  • Motzei Shabbat, February 27th, 8:00 pm, hosted by Joe & Lori Rozehzadeh at 19 Roosevelt Ave.,West Orange, NJ: LEMAAN ACHAI EVENT

    February 05, 2016

    A symposium/candid discussion with Rabbi Avrohom Leventhal, Executive Director, Lema'an Achai For more information, go to www.lemaanachai.org

  • TIME TO PLAN FOR SUMMER 2016!

    February 05, 2016

    It practically feels like camp weather -- time to plan for summer!! Contact Tracy Levine of One Happy Camper NJ for free guidance on finding the right sleepaway camp or teen program via tracy@onehappycampernj.orgor 973.929.2970. It's all about the right match, and Tracy will help you find it! A free service serving the Greater MetroWest NJ community - never a fee to families or camps. 

    5 MINUTES COULD SAVE YOU UP TO $1,000  

    New campers may be eligible for a gift of up to $1,000 One Happy Camper grant toward 150+ camps and teen programs. Visit OneHappyCamperNJ.org or contact Tracy for details.

  • JOIN SPRINGFIELD'S TIFERES GROUP! Tiferes, a Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation program for women.

    February 05, 2016
    By becoming a Tiferes member you will have access to a weekly teleconference on a variety of topics including Shalom Bayis, Parenting and Personal growth, by sought-after speakers. 
    In addition, by joining, you will have access to a monthly inspirational DVD by renowned speakers. This event is for Women only. For additional information or if you would like to be come a member, please see Deena Fried (cell: 248-935-0452)



  • MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE: HOSTING PROSPECTIVE COMMUNITY MEMBERS FOR SHABBOS

    February 05, 2016

    If you are interested in hosting prospective community members for Shabbos to sleep over or for meals, please contact Daniella Hoffer daniellahoffer@gmail.com.

  • HELP KEEP OUR SHUL TIDY!

    February 05, 2016

    Please hang up your coats during Shabbat and Yom Tov services. Help keep our shul tidy and do not leave coats, jackets, scarves and hats on the benches, mechitzas, tables, chairs and stage. Thank you for your cooperation.

  • SIDDUR REPAIR

    February 05, 2016

    On either side of the mechitza, if you find a shabbat or weekday siddur,  Ashkenaz or Sephardic,  with torn, damaged or missing pages, please set it aside and after tefillah deliver it to Avi Borenstein for repair. Your assistance in identifying siddurim which have such requirements is greatly needed and appreciated.  If Avi is not in shul, please deliver them to the gabbaim for this purpose.

  • WEEK LONG SHUL TRIP TO EASTERN EUROPE!

    February 05, 2016
    If you are interested in taking part in a week long Shul trip to Eastern Europe to visit important Holocaust sites, Jewish Communities, and Kivrei Tzaddikim, please contact the Rabbi. The trip will be taking place from August 1st to August 7th.
  • ATTENTION ALL MEMBERS: If you have moved homes, changed your primary phone contact, and/or changed your e-mail address, please contact the shul office so that we can update your member listing.

    February 05, 2016
  • SHOP RITE SCRIP IN $25, $50 & $100 DENOMINATION CARDS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE SHUL OFFICE.

    February 05, 2016
  • KASHRUT ALERT:

    February 05, 2016

    January 11, 2016: Elman’s Dressing

    Brand: Elman's   Product: Ready To Use Dressing For Stuffing   Company: Elman's, Winnipeg Canada   Issue: Unauthorized OU

    The Orthodox Union does not certify Elman's Ready To Use Dressing For Stuffing.  Some products bear an unauthorized OU symbol. Corrective actions have been implemented.

    January 7, 2016: Jaffa Mandarins

    Brand: Jaffa and Mehadrin Growers   Product: Fresh Mandarins   Company: Jaffa - Mehadrin Growers, Israel  Issue: Unauthorized OU/Shmitta

    The Orthodox Union does not certify fresh Jaffa mandarins that grow during shmita and are sold using a ‘heter mechira’.   Some Jaffa - Mehadrin Growers mandarins which state ‘heter mechira’ on the box bears an unauthorized OU symbol.  Corrective actions are being implemented.  

  • PLEASE SUPPORT THESE VENDORS WHO GRACIOUSLY DONATE THEIR SERVICES TO OUR ANNUAL SHUL DINNER. DON'T FORGET TO MENTION CONGREGATION ISRAEL!

    February 05, 2016

    AVENUE FLOWERS & GIFTS
    166 Elmora Avenue, Elizabeth, NJ
    Tel: 908-354-7102

    ALLAN REIDER Studio
    Photography & Video

    2714 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ
    Tel: 908-688-8808

  • PLEASE HELP SUPPORT OUR LOCAL KOSHER ESTABLISHMENTS

    February 05, 2016

    Jerusalem Restaurant: 99 West Mount Pleasant Avenue, Livingston, NJ, 973-533-1424, under the supervision of the VAAD of Metrowest- Come enjoy the full line of Israeli foods, sushi, Italian foods, pizzas, fishes, etc.

    Kalman's Delicatessen: 779 Mountain Avenue, Springfield, NJ, 973-564-8144 and (fax) 973-564-8166, under the supervision of the Vaad of Metrowest. For more info. go to www.kalmansdeli.com

    Kosher Bagels Supreme: 252 Mountain Avenue is under the supervision of Rabbi Chaim Marcus.

    The Orchid: 455 Main Street, Metuchen, NJ For more info, www.theorchidkosher.com

    Tokyo Hibachi: 238 Morris Avenue, a kosher Japanese-Chinese restaurant is under the supervision of the Vaad of MetroWest. They have a new expanded Chinese and Healthy Options menu.


  • INVEST IN ISRAEL BONDS

    February 05, 2016

    The congregation's leadership thanks our members who demonstrated support for Israel by indicating interest in investing in Israel bonds.We urge you to fulfill that purchase and encourage those of you who have not yet invested in an Israel bond to do so.Please contact our NJ Israel Bonds office or go to israelbonds.com.

  • IT'S TIME TO JOIN OR RENEW YOUR MIKVAH MEMBERSHIP FOR 2016!

    February 05, 2016

    Please send your annual membership check to:

    Mikvah Yisroel of Springfield
    42 Center Street
    Springfield NJ 07081

    Membership levels are: $1000 donor, $360 premium, $180 regular couple, $100 regular single.  Donations of other amounts are also welcome.

    Mikvah Yisroel would like to thank everyone who made our annual raffle event such a big success. 

  • MIKVAH YISROEL OF SPRINGFIELD - 42 CENTER STREET

    February 05, 2016

    Women are requested to make appointments 3 days in advance by calling (973) 564-8177. Appointments are available between 7:30-9:30 PM. For Friday night appointments, please call Lea Marcus at (973) 379-2343.

  • Youth Corner

  • TEEN SHALOSH SEUDOS WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE LEVY RESIDENCE, 16 GAIL COURT, FOLLOWING MINCHA, APPROX. 5:00 PM

    February 05, 2016
  • January 30th, Shabbos Afternoon, 3pm - 4pm, Geiger residence, 345 Mountain Ave.: BNOS, ALL GIRLS, AGES 6+, ARE INVITED FOR AN AFTERNOON OF FUN!!

    February 05, 2016


  • Nursery Corner

  • 2016 CAMP KITANIM

    February 05, 2016
    We are most pleased to announce the return of Chelsea Shulman as the Camp Director of Camp Kitanim, at Congregation Israel of Springfield,NJ!! Last year as the director, Chelsea developed and executed a fantastic, creative program. The program Chelsea designed balanced Torah values and fun as well as skill building activities for two different age groups. Registration forms and more information can be found on the shul website, by emailing campkitanim@gmail.com or by contacting the shul office at 973-467-9666.

     

  • Sisterhood Corner

  • THE SISTERHOOD MISHLOACH MANOT FUNDRAISER HAS BEGUN!

    February 05, 2016

    The Sisterhood Mishloach Manot fundraiser has begun. Orders can be placed on-line at HappyPurim.com until SUNDAY, MARCH 6th.  Everyone should have received an email from HappyPurim containing your unique log-in code and instructions for ordering.  IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED THIS EMAIL, please check your spam/junk mail.  If you have questions about ordering contact Sheila Hanover (973-467-4242) or Alisa Kigner (973-379-4556) for assistance.  No calls after 10pm, please.

  • Sunday, March 13th, Sephora at Short Hills Mall, 7:00 pm: LADIES NIGHT OUT!

    February 05, 2016

    Please RSVP to SisterhoodCIS@gmail.com by February 29th to come! To attend the event, you must purchase a $50. Sephora gift card (available that evening) that you can use to purchase your favorite beauty supplies!

  • SISTERHOOD NEW EMAIL ADDRESS: ANY QUESTIONS, SEND YOUR EMAIL TO SISTERHOODCIS@GMAIL.COM

    February 05, 2016
  • CIS SISTERHOOD MEMBERSHIP

    February 05, 2016

    Sisterhood is well into its programing year! The following is the structure for the membership dues for this year. The dues have remained the same as last year, and prompt payment will be greatly appreciated. As in the past, new Shul members receive complimentary Sisterhood membership for the first year.  Under the age of 35: $20.00    Ages 35-64: $36.00     65 and over: $20.00     Patron: $54.00    Sponsor: $72.00

    Please choose the appropriate category and send a check payable to Sisterhood, Congregation Israel. Please mail payments to:  Lori Nusbaum, 567 South Springfield Avenue, Springfield, NJ 07081.

  • SISTERHOOD TRIBUTE CARDS

    February 05, 2016

    Sisterhood has tribute cards. All Purpose and Memorial Cards Available - 5 for $10 or 10 for $18 Contact Melanie Wind at (973) 467-5726 or windeast@comcast.net

  • Shul Activities

  • FEBRUARY BULLETIN IS SPONSORED BY BRUCE FRANCIS COMMEMORATING THE YAHRTZEITS OF HIS MOTHER, BINA bas BERYL DOV HAKOHEN A"H, AND HIS WIFE, FAIGA bas YOSEF HILLEL A"H.

    February 05, 2016

    MONTH OF MARCH AND MAY 2016 BULLETIN SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE.

    Bulletin Submissions: Please send all bulletin submissions to cis-office@congregationisrael.org by 9:00 AM on Thursday morning. To sponsor the bulletin for $120/month ($36/bulletin), please contact Marilyn Bielory at 973-379-4778.

  • KASHRUT COMMITTEE ANNOUNCEMENT

    February 05, 2016

    *** Please be aware that no unauthorized persons should be entering the shul kitchen's at any time. Please understand that this is to maintain the kashrut standards of our shul. If you need something from the kitchen, please ask the Rabbi or Natalie. Do not enter the kitchen yourself. Thank you for your help in maintaining the kashrut of our shul. ***

  • Community Corner

  • CIS WELCOMES SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE, RAV MOSHE TARAGIN THE SHABBOS OF FEBRUARY 5-6, 2016

    February 05, 2016

    Rav Moshe Taragin has been a Rebbe at Yeshivat Har Etzion in Gush Etzion since 1994. He has Semicha from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, a BA in Computer Science from Yeshiva College, and an MA in English Literature from City University. Rabbi Taragin previously taught Talmud at Columbia University, lectured in Talmud and Bible at the IBC and JSS divisions of Yeshiva University, and served as Assistant Rabbi at the Fifth Avenue Synagogue. In addition, Rabbi Taragin currently teaches at the Stella K. Abraham Beit Midrash for Women of Yeshivat Har Etzion in Migdal Oz in Gush Etzion. He is the author of an Internet shiur entitled "Talmudic Methodology" with over 5,000 subscribers.

    Friday Night Oneg at the Marcus Residence, 8:30 PM 

    Lessons from the Life of a Gadol”: Stories about Rav Aharon Lichtenstein zt”l

    Derasha Shabbos Morning –The Unfinished Book

    Shabbos Afternoon Shiur, 4:00 PM – I am a Settler…and a Humanist!

    Shalosh Seudos Dvar Torah - An Insurance Policy of Jewels

    Special Thanks to Sherry & Henry Stein for sponsoring Rav Taragin’s visit to our Kehilla. The learning we do over Shabbos is in memory of their parents, Eva & Arie Halpern a”h: Chava bas Ben-Tzion halevi z”l and Aryeh Leib ben Mordechai Dov z”l.

  • SHABBOS OF FEBRUARY 5-6, 2016: CIS TO CO-SPONSOR THE OU'S NCSY EURO ICE SUMMER PROGRAM REUNION!

    February 05, 2016

    We are proud to co-sponsor the OU's NCSY Euro ICE Summer Program reunion this Shabbos February 5/6.  There will be approximately 30 teenagers from across the United States joining for this program and please look forward to spending time with them and getting to know them. For more information please speak to Keevy Fried.
  • Sunday, February 7th, 10am - 2pm, Shul Social Hall: 2016 BOUTIQUE

    February 05, 2016

    Awesome vendors, children's carnival and activities, raffles and some awesome food! 

    Contact Brooke.czarka@gmail.com for more information.

  • IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING SHUL SECURITY

    February 05, 2016

    Please be advised that the double doors in the social hall leading to the parking lot may NOT be used as an entrance or an exit from the building. They are for emergency use only. Please enter/exit the shul using the main door or the keypad door at all times.  We thank you for your cooperation.

    The shul will be closed from 11 pm - 5:15 am every day.  No one is allowed to enter or exit the building during these hours. The alarm will be activated if any exterior door is opened or closed, and the police will be notified.

    Double parking is prohibited in our parking lot at all times.  If there is not a spot available, please leave your car at home.

    For all security concerns, please contact Cheryl Becker or a member of the security committee.

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  • Rabbi's Message

    BS"D

    Wanted to share a beautiful insight from Rav Mordechai Schifman of Emek Hebrew Academy in Los Angeles. Have a great Shabbos!!

    "If you see the donkey of someone you hate crouching under its burden...you shall surely help him..." (23:5)
                
    The Torah relates that we are obligated to help a person in a predicament even if we strongly dislike him. The terminology used by the Torah to describe the assistance is "azov ta'azov imo" - "you shall surely help him". The use of the term "azov" to describe the help which we are obligated to offer is perplexing. The Hebrew word for help is "azor", not "azov", which is usually translated as "to leave".  This would lend the opposite interpretation to our verse, i.e. "if you see a person requiring help, you shall surely leave him". Why does the Torah use a word to describe assistance which has the opposite connotation?
     
    The Vilna Gaon teaches that if a person wants to understand the true definition of a word, he should find the first time that it is mentioned in the Torah. The Torah first uses the term "azov" in Parshas Bereishis when describing a man leaving his parents' home to find a mate for himself: "Al kein ya'azov ish es aviv ve'es imo vedavak be'ishto" - "Therefore, a man shall leave his father and mother and cling to his wife". The reason why marriage is described in terms of leaving the parents' home is to teach us that marriage entails an individual separating from his parents and acquiring his own independence. Only when a child is in a position to be become independent of his parents is he ready to establish a new home with his wife. The term "azov" means more than just "to take leave of", rather it should be understood as "to become independent of" as well.
     
    The greatest assistance we can offer a person in need is to bring him to a point where he no longer requires support. In so doing, we are giving him his independence. Unfortunately many charities or social services actually create a greater dependency upon the assistance that they are supplying while squelching the motivation of their beneficiaries to become self-sufficient. The Torah is teaching us that when we assist our fellow man, it should be done as an act of "azov", providing the recipient with the ability to take leave of us and no longer need our assistance.

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Feb 06, 2016

27 Shevat 5776

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  • Parsha

    Mishpatim

  • Erev Shabbat

  • Shacharis

    6:15 am & 7:00 am

  • Candle Lighting

    5:01 pm

  • Mincha

    5:05 pm

  • Oneg at the Marcus residence, 3 Richland Dr.

    8:30 pm

  • Shabbat Morning
  • Shacharis

    7:10 am & 8:45 am

  • Parsha Shiur

    8:25 am

  • Derasha "The Unfinished Book"

  • Shema

    9:37 am

  • Shabbat Afternoon
  • Daf Yomi

    3:15 pm

  • Shiur given by Scholar-in-Residence, Rav Moshe Taragin shlita

    4:00 pm

  • "I am a Settler...and a Humanist!"

  • Mincha

    4:50 pm

  • Shalosh Seudos Dvar Torah-"An Insurance Policy of Jewels"

  • Havdalah

    6:10 pm

  • Parent-Child Learning, shul Beis Medrash

    6:45 pm

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  • Sunday 2/7
  • Shacharis

    6:30 am & 8:00 am

  • Mincha/ Maariv

    5:05 pm

  • Mon. 2/8
  • Shacharis

    6:10 am & 7:00 am

  • Mincha/ Maariv

    5:10 pm & 9:00 pm

  • Tues. 2/9 & Wed. 2/10 Rosh Chodesh
  • Shacharis

    6:00 am & 7:00 am

  • Mincha/ Maariv

    5:10 pm & 9:00 pm

  • Women's Tehillim, Tues. Evening

    7:30 pm

  • Women's Parsha Shiur- Wed. Evening

    8:00 pm

  • Thurs. 2/11
  • Shacharis

    6:10 am & 7:00 am

  • Mincha/ Maariv

    5:10 pm & 9:00 pm

  • B'Iyun Shiur- Thurs. Evening at Marcus residence

    9:15 pm

  • Mussar for Men- Thurs. Evening at Marcus Residence

    10:00 pm

  • Friday 2/12
  • Shacharis

    6:15 am & 7:00 am

  • Candle Lighting

    5:09 pm

  • Mincha

    5:10 pm