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Tizku l’Shanim Rabot v’Tovot!


Friday, December 2, 2022

ShabBAN Vayetse l'Shalom

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Šabat Parašat Vayetse
3 December 2022 * 9 Ḥodeš Kislew 5783

ט' כִּסְלֵו התשפ”ג




Candle Lighting Official Time - 4:10pm

Šir Haširim - 4:10pm

Minḥa / Qabalat Šabat / Ọrvit - 4:20pm


Šaḥarit (Qorbanot) - 8:30am

Latest Šəmaọ - 9:23am

Dəvar Torah - 10:45am 

Rav Dov Lerea on the Parasha: Vayetse.


Kiddush - 11:45pm

Qidush this Shabbat is sponsored by the Hatanim of Simhat Torah 5783: Meona - Wayne-Zeev Samuels; Torah - Jacob-Yaaqov Ouaknine; Bereshit - Elitsur Gadasi.


Zohar - 3:50pm / Minḥa - 3:55pm 

Səọuda Šəlišit/Šiọur - 4:25pm


After Minḥa Mila baParasha: Understanding a word in this week’s parasha. This week “Yegar-Sahaduta - יְגַר שָׂהֲדוּתָא”: What does it tell us about Arameic and what language did Avraham speak? Basic (and love of) Hebrew is sufficient.


Šəqiọa - 4:28pm 

Ọarvit - 5:08pm

Ṣet Hakokhavim / Havdala - 5:13pm


Šabat Šel Šalom!

Friday, November 25, 2022

ShabBAN Parashat Toledot haShalom

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Šabat Parašat Toledot

26 November 2022 * 2 Ḥodeš Kislew 5783

ב' כִּסְלֵו התשפ”ג


Candle Lighting Official Time - 4:13pm

Šir Haširim - 4:13pm

Minḥa / Qabalat Šabat / Ọrvit - 4:23pm


Šaḥarit (Qorbanot) - 8:30am

Latest Šəmaọ - 9:18am


Dəvar Torah - Rav Dov Lerea 11:00am 


Qiddush is sponsored by Judy & Rav Shmuel Friedman in celebration of the engagement of their son Ariel Friedman to Chanel Fargesen.


Zohar - 3:55pm / Minḥa - 4:00pm 

Səọuda Šəlišit/Šiọur - 4:30pm

After Minḥa Mila baParasha: Understanding a word in this week’s parasha. This week “Maalat & Qetura - מָחֲלַת וּקְטוּרָה”: The additional wives of Avraham and Esav; what does their name mean; why get married again; and are they our indirect, or direct, ancestral Mothers? Basic (and love of) Hebrew is sufficient.


Šəqiọa - 4:30pm 

Ọarvit - 5:10pm

Ṣet Hakokhavim / Havdala - 5:15pm


Šabat Šel Šalom!

Friday, November 18, 2022

ShabBAN Mevarkhim Haye Sarah and Beth Aharon l'Shalom

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Click to Read Online: Parashat Mevarkhim Haye Sarah



Šabat Mevarḳim Beth Aharon 24th Anniversary

Parašat Ḥaye Sarah 


This Shabbat we are celebrating Congregation Beth Aharon 24th Anniversary - Your favorite Riverdale tefila @ the Riverdale Bayit since Parashat Ḥaye Sara 5768 - with very special Guests Speakers and Mevarkhim Rosh Ḥodesh Kislev which will b”H come upon us for blessing on Thursday & Friday, November 24th and 25th, starting Wednesday night.



19 November 2022 * 25 Ḥodeš Ḥešwan 5783

כ"ה חשוון התשפ”ג


Candle Lighting Official Time - 4:17pm
Šir Haširim - 4:17pm
Minḥa / Qabalat Šabat / Ọarvit - 4:27pm 


Šaḥarit (Qorbanot) - 8:30am

Latest Šəmaọ - 9:14am

Dəvar Torah - 11:00am - by Guest Speaker Rav Moshe Tessone on Avraham’s Legacy & Blessing to The Jewish People. Rabbi Moshe Tessone is Director of Sephardic Programs at Yeshiva University and a rabbinic faculty member at Yeshiva College and Stern College for Women...


RSVP Luncheon Qiduš  - 12:30pm - a festive RSVP Shabbat Luncheon with the good eats of Sova Catering along with our Guest Speaker Author Regine Monavar Tessone who will share her life story as portrayed in her marvelous book Monavar’s

Journey, depicting her family’s escape from pre-revolutionary Iran in 1979.


Zohar - 3:45pm

Minḥa - 3:50pm 

Səọuda Šəlišit/Šiọur - 4:20pm

After Minḥa: Seuda Shelishit with Siḥat Musar by Rav Moshe Tesone on the Parasha: Life Lessons From Ḥaye Sarah.


Šəqiọa - 4:34pm 

Ọarvit - 5:14pm

Ṣet Hakokhavim / Havdala - 5:19pm


Šabat Šel Šalom!