Thank you to our Sponsors: Our enhanced kiddush is in celebration of the 65th birthday of Kenny Bressler! Thank you to Leo Bressler, Larry & Dr. Risa, Jonathan & Matthew Bressler, Barb, Jaime & Josh Bressler, Menachem, Linda & Micky Szus, Eli Szus and Dr. Dana & Dr. Elie, Sammy, Jane and Linda Sutton.
Happy Birthday to: Jay Umansky, Shirley Hollander, Sandy Greenberg and Mr. Jack Ryan Loiterstein
Shabbat Greeter: Denny Feit & Stella Vladimirov
This Week and Beyond
- Tuesday, November 26 ~ The NHBZ Sisterhood hosts a special Lunch n’ Learn with Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller at NHBZ.
- Sunday, December 8 ~ 3:30 pm ~Join us as we complete the writing of our new Sefer Torah and dedicate it to Nusach Hari B’nai Zion ~ Torah Completion * Parade * Dedication Ceremony * Refreshments
- Sunday, December 15 ~ NHBZ Anniversary Dinner ~ RSVP now to get in on the ‘early-bird’ raffle.
- Sunday, December 29 ~ NHBZ Chanukah Party!
NHBZ Outreach for Thanksgiving
Once again our Community Outreach Committee will be cooking a kosher Thanksgiving dinner and delivering it to the Olivette Police and Fire Department on Thanksgiving Day. We love the security and protection that we get from our Olivette Police and Firefighters and are grateful for their service!
We are looking for a few volunteers for a couple of hours on Monday or Tuesday, November 25th or 26th to help cook the meal or be a mashgiach. Please contact Stella Vladimirov or the office!
We show our appreciation by serving a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for the police officers and firefighters who will be spending Thanksgiving working rather than at home with their families. Once again we could use your assistance in the form of a donation of $18 or more to purchase the kosher turkey and other trimmings to prepare the meal.
In the Community
Sunday, December 8, 2019 ~ 11:30am ~ HADASSAH ST. LOUIS presents Fashion Flash at the Mirowitz Center, Covenant Place II, 8 Millstone Campus Drive. RSVP Online by December 2nd www.fb.me/HadassahSt.Louis.
Sunday, December 8 ~ 1:00 pm ~ Shaving Israel presents the movie “Noodle” at The Holocaust Learning Center. Event is free but donations to Shaving Israel welcomed. All donations support IDF soldiers.
This Week’s Torah Trivia
Last Week’s Question: How many visitors does Avraham receive at the beginning of this parsha? Why?
Answer: 3 visitors come. They are messenger from Hashem (Angels). Each messenger has one task to fulfill. Inform Sarai that she will bear a child, save Lot and family, destroy Sodom and Gamara.
This Week’s Question: How long did Sarah Live?
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