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 94-99
Maftir: Numbers 29:1 – 6 Machzor p 169; Chumash pp 894-895
Haftorah: I Samuel 1:1 – 2:10 Machzor pp 170-172; Chumash pp 1234 1236
Rosh Hashana Day 2 ~ Sunday, September 20
Torah Portion: Genesis 22:1-24 Machzor pp 164-166; Chumash pp 100-105
Maftir: Numbers 29:1- 6 Machzor p 169; Chumash pp 894-895
Haftorah: Jeremiah 31:1- 19 Machzor pp 170-172; Chumash pp 1236-1237
SLICHOS: 6:30 am Wednesday Sept 16 – Thursday Sept. 17 and 6:15 am Friday Sept. 18
|Shachris||7:00 am||7:00 am||7:00 am||8:30/9:30am||8:30/9:30am||6:45am||7:00 am||7:00 am|
|Mincha / Ma’ariv||6:45 pm||6:45 pm||6:45 pm||6:30 pm||6:35 pm||6:35 pm||6:35 pm||6:35 pm|
Daily Davening at Shul (Tent on East Parking Lot) Mincha / Ma’ariv: Daily (see times above)
Happy Birthday ~ Robert Schnurman, Marcela Morgensztern, Jackie Berkin, Jennifer Hartranft, and Max Minoff
This Week and Beyond…
- Wednesday, September 16 ~ 7:30 pm ~ NHBZ Assistant 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:
- Friday Evening, September 18 ~ Virtual Kabbalat Shabbat Service at 6:20 pm
Join us for our Virtual Kabbalat Shabbat. We’ll gather on Zoom to welcome Shabbat in song with a guest Chazzan and Rabbi Smason providing inspirational and instructive Dvar Torah.
Join by video: https://zoom.us/j/295822730 Join by audio: 314-325-8791
Wednesday, September 23 ~ 7:30 pm ~ Rabbi Smason and Rabbi Okin will offer a class during the Ten Days of Teshuva (Repentance) titled : “Approaching Yom Kippur: Tools for Fueling Change ”.
Join by video, click on the link below:
The Parenting Puzzle – Piecing it Together is brought to you by the Israeli-American Council (IAC) and IDC Herzliya. This 3-day e-summit from September 23rd-25th, will present the unique challenges and opportunities that have been presented to us in the spheres of education, family life, and social interactions. The summit will take place from 12 pm-3 pm EDT and culminate in a virtual Shishi Israeli Shabbat celebration on the final day. Topics such as positive psychology, online learning, modern parenting tips, and social media will be explored, among many others that are relevant to everyday life during this pandemic. Sessions will be held in both Hebrew and English.
Register at: https://www.parentingpuzzle.org/
Basic Lulav & Etrog set $50.00
Standard Lulav & Etrog set $60.00
Deluxe Lulav & Etrog set $70.00
Premium Lulav & Etrog set $85.00
The order deadline will be Friday, September 18th. Order now: email or call the office.
Daily Shofar Blowing at NHBZ!
Sunday through Thursday at noon, a Tekias Shofar (Shofar blowing) will take place in the NHBZ parking lot (East side).
Come — please wear masks and remain in your cars — while either Rabbi Smason or Rabbi Okin provide us with the opportunity to hear the shofar. You’ll have a blast! Listening to a daily shofar blowing is customary each week day during the month of Elul. Rabbis Smason and Okin will alternate, Sunday through Thursday, at Noon. (No shofar blowing on Friday)
Do you have a simcha to celebrate? Saying Kaddish or observing a yahrzeit? Consider sponsoring one of our many learning sessions with Rabbi Smason or our guest speakers. Donate $18 or more to have a dedication made. Contact: Jeff@nhbz.org or call 991or call 991–2100 ext. 22100 ext. 2
Accepting Classified Ads for the NHBZ Shabbat Bulletin
Do you have a business or wish to advertise an item in our Shabbat bulletin? For only $18.00 per month your JPEG, PDF or MS WORD designed ad can be seen by all our members and friends plus on our website. Contact Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314-991-2100 ext 2.
If you know of anyone who would like to receive the NHBZ Shabbat bulletin, please send their email to the office.
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