Monthly Archives: September 2020

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Celebrate Sukkot Together!

Celebrate Sukkot Together! A New Program of the NHBZ Children & Young Families Committee חג הסוכות Kids and Young Families are invited for a fun and delicious “Edible Sukkah” making activity! Help Welcome Rabbi and Rebbetzin Okin in the NHBZ Sukkah on Sunday, October 4, 2020 at 4 p.m. ☺ […]

Guide for those Davening without a Minyan on Yom Kippur 2020

Guide for those Davening without a Minyan on Yom Kippur Page listings from the NHBZ Machzor YOM KIPPUR EVE One may recite “Kol Nidrei” pages 35-36 * Omit the passage “על דעת המקום” (“With the sanction” p.35) and omit the line “מיום כיפורים זה עד יום כיפורים הבא ” (“from […]

In The Community

Community – Week of September 26, 2020

September 26, 2020 ~ 8 Tishrei 5781 Shabbos Shuva Parshas Ha’Azinu Deuteronomy 31: 1 – 52 Chumash pages 1100 – 1111Haftorah: Hosea 14:2 -10, Micha 7:18-20 Chumash pages 1204 – 1205 Readings for Yom Kippur Morning Torah Portion: Leviticus 16:1 – 16:34Maftir: Numbers 29:7 – 29:11Haftorah: Isaiah 57:14 – 58:14 […]

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Community – Week of September 19, 2020

September 19, 2020 ~ 1 Tishrei 5780   Shabbos / Rosh Hashana Day 1 ~ September 19 Torah Portion: Genesis 21:1- 34 Machzor pp 164-166; Chumash pp 94-99Maftir: Numbers 29:1 – 6 Machzor p 169; Chumash pp 894-895Haftorah: I Samuel 1:1 – 2:10 Machzor pp 170-172; Chumash pp 1234 1236 […]

A Sign of Good to Come- Rosh Hashanah Symbols

Wednesday, September 16 ~ 7:30 pm ~ NHBZ Associate Rabbi Avi Okin will offer a class discussing the traditional symbols of Rosh Hashanah entitled: “A Sign of Good to Come- Rosh Hashanah Symbols”. Join by video, click on the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86821018451?pwd=blBMOEM4VVphbDdrT05US3RkalA4UT09

Guide for those Davening without a Minyan on Rosh Hashanah 2020

Guide for those Davening without a Minyan on Rosh Hashanah 2020 Page listings from the NHBZ Machzor 1a)  Morning Blessings. pages 60-62 1) Introductory Prayers and Psalms of Praise (Psukei D’Zimra)  pages 79-100 Optimally, one should recite all these prayers. Minimally, one must say: Blessed is He who spoke …. […]