Thank You to Our Sponsors:
Thank You: This week’s bulletin is sponsored by Gary and Trudy Sudin in honor of the visit of their children and grandchildren to St. Louis. Shalosh Seudos is sponsored by Louis and Rebecca Goldman in observance of the Yahrzeit of Louis’ mother, Judy Goldman z’l (Tova bat Shaul).
Happy Birthday to: Moshe Pinto, Stuart Klamen, Ma xwell Pepose, Samuel Pepose, Morissa Pepose, Edward Levitt, Rebecca Kaiser Bromberg and Andy Epstein
Anniversaries -Mark & Natalia Wallman and Norman & Marilyn Liss.
Shabbat Greeters: Howard Loiterstein and Phyllis Loiterstein
This Week and Beyond
Please NOTE: Rabbi Smason will be out of town Sunday, Feb. 16 — Tuesday, Feb. 18
Shabbos, February 22 ~ Kiddush Luncheon and Mitvzah Adventure program by the Education Committee, Topic: “Counting your Blessings; Important Early Davening Prayers” speaker: Rabbi Smason.
Sunday, February 23 ~ PIZZA NIGHT RETURNS with the Way Cool Balloons for the Kids ~ 5:00- 7:00 pm ~ Join us for an all-you-can-eat buffet of Kosher pizza, pasta, salad, garlic bread, dessert and a beverage. $12.00
Friday, February 28 ~ Shabbat Dinner at NHBZ ~ Our first one of 2020. Make your RSVP early as we have sold out the past 2 dinners. Our speaker will be Rabbi Avi Roberts, Director of YP Ignite.
Monday Night March 9 ~ PURIM begins ~ MEGILLAH READING at 7:15 pm
Tuesday, March 10 ~ PURIM Seudah at 6:05 pm. Dinner, costumes and more.. RSVP for the Purim Dinner to email@example.com or 991-2100 ext. 2
Shabbos, March 14 ~ SYNAPLEX ~ Speakers and Kiddush luncheon.
Attention All Jewish Undergraduate Students!
Join The Network: Chabad on Campus for a delicious Shabbat dinner on Friday night March 6th at Nusach Hari B’nai Zion! Connect with other Jewish undergraduate students from the St. Louis area, engage in discussing interesting Jewish topics, and enjoy delicious Chinese food. Feel free to invite your friends!
When: Friday, March 6th @ 7pm
Contact Dodi Smason at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and/or to RSVP. (FREE of charge for all undergraduate Jewish students.)
In the Community
Yeshivat Kadimah High School’s 7th Annual Scholarship Gala. We hope you will join us on February 22, 2020, 8:30 pm at Moulin Events & Meetings, Jefferson Ballroom, in the historic Centennial Malt House of the historic Schnaider Brewery. RSVP by February 6, 2020. You can register now at: https://www.yeshivatkadimah.org/galaregistration
February 19 ~ “Caring for Ourselves and Our Community” ~ On behalf Taharath Israel and Sharsheret Supports we want let you know about a program created for the Orthodox women of our community on Wednesday, February 19th. The program “Caring for Ourselves and Our Community” will be held at The J from 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm. Topics will include ways women can be their “healthiest healthy”, ways to support family and friends facing illness, instruction on how to maintain your family health history, and the increased hereditary cancer risks facing the Jewish Community. NHBZ Rebbetzin Chani Smason will be one of the speakers. To register they can contact Tonia Levison, stlouismikvah.com
March 2nd at 7:30 pm ~ MTI invites the entire community to an evening with the world renowned inspirational speaker Charlie Harary, who will speak on the topic of “The Eyes of Greatness-How to See the Invisible”. Monday evening,. Light refreshments to follow. 1809 Clarkson Road in Chesterfield. Dedicated in memory of Greg Fox obm, commemorating his 4th yahrtzeit. There is no charge for this event. To RSVP or for any questions, please email email@example.com or call the Yeshiva at 636-778-1896 x108.
Torah Trivia from the Parsha this week:
Last week’s question: What exceptional item did Moshe take with him from Mitzrayim?
Answer: The bones of Yoseph. Because Yoseph made his brothers swear that when they left Mitzrayim they would take his bones with them.
This week’s question: What were the names of Moshe’s wife and sons?
If you know of anyone who would like to receive the NHBZ Shabbat bulletin, please send their email to the office.
- Rabbi’s Sermon ~ To receive an email edited version of Rabbi Smason’s sermon please contact Rabbi Smason at firstname.lastname@example.org.