In The Community

Community – Week of April 10, 2021

April 10, 2021 – 28 Nissan 5781

Candle Lighting 7:14 pm
Shabbos Ends at 8:18 pm

Parshas Shemini:

 Leviticus 9:1 – 11:47 
 2 Samuel 6:1-19 

 Chumash pages 588-607 
 Chumash pages 1168-1169 

Erev Shabbos ~ April 9th

Mincha & Ma’ariv ~ 7:00 pm 

Shabbos, April 10th 

  • Shabbat Services ~ 9:00 am 
  • Mincha ~ 7:05 pm 

Jewish Thought: Our Perception of G-d with Rabbi Avi 

  • Mincha/Shabbos ends ~ 8:1= pm 

Important Notice

NHBZ now has a capacity for 50 individuals on Shabbat services. If you wish to attend Shabbat and Yom Tov services it is mandatory that you sign up. Call 991-2100 ext. 2 or email by this Friday at 10 AM. 

Please read the guidelines for attending services on this post. 

Birthdays ~ Sam Shanker, Dr. Craig Berkin and Teresa Carter
Anniversary ~ None

This Week and Beyond

Wednesday, April 7 ~ 7:30 pm~ Join NHBZ for a Yom HaShoah program entitled “Voices of the Generations” presented by the author, Julie Kohner. Join the program: 

April 11, Sunday, 12:30 pm ~ Please join us for a joint program with Musar Avicha Shul of Ma’aleh Adumim, Israel.   “The Life & Death of Lone Soldier Michael Levin” — a Zoom discussion with parents Mark & Harriet Levin. Click for details. 

Join Rabbi Okin and young men from all over St. Louis for Torah and Camaraderie Thursday Nights from 8-830 pm. Sessions will begin virtually for a text-based and interactive learning session. If you are interested, join the Whatsapp group using this link: 

Vaccine Hunting? 

Try this link for more information on where to get vaccinated for Covid 19. Click here 

NHBZ recently hosted a wonderful zoom program with top baseball prospect, Eli Kligman and his family. To view the program, see this link: Eli Kligman link

Dollar-A-Day Pushke Campaign

Thank you for your continuing participation in the NHBZ Pushke campaign. You will recall that the program calls for the collection of the Pushkes every three months and our returning the now empty Pushkes back to you to continue the ongoing cycle of daily contributions. The second cycle is now set to conclude Friday, April 16. At that time or a few days before, please drop off your Pushke at the shul office. The contents will be emptied, credited to your account and the now-empty Pushke immediately returned to you for continued future use. Please call in advance (314-991-2100, Ext 2) to schedule drop-off or to arrange for us to pick up the Pushke at your home. Another convenient option is to send in a cheque for the amount saved in the Pushke. 

All those returning Pushkes by Friday, April 16 will have their name entered in a drawing for a $25 Target gift card to be held shortly after the return date.