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Drop-off: At the Beth Aharon’s mail box at the HIR office.

Annual Membership: Family - $500; Individual - $250.

Tizku l’Shanim Rabot v’Tovot!

Friday, May 31, 2019

ShabBAN Behuqotai Shalom

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Shabbat Məvarkhim Rosh Ḥodesh Sivan
Parashat Bəhuqotai
42 to the Omer

1 June 2019 * 29 Iyar 5779
Candle Lighting - 8:02pm
Minḥa/Kabbalat-Shabbat/Arvit - 7:00pm
Shaḥarit - 8:30am * Latest Shəma - 9:09am
Kiddush - 11:25am
Parasha Limud - 7:00pm
Zohar - 7:40pm * Minḥa - 7:45pm
Se’uda Shelishit / Shiur - 8:15pm
Shəki’a - 8:21pm * Arvit - 9:01pm

Tset Hakokhavim / Havdala - 9:06pm


Graduation Shabbat: Come and celebrate with our graduates and their families!

Dvar Torah: 10:45am - Rav Dov Lerea.

Beth Aharon Graduates: 11:30am - Words of love and pride to our graduates.

Kiddush is sponsored by the caring families of Beth Aharon 5779 Graduates!

Learning Service: 9:15-11:00am with Livya Tinestit at 2FL Office.

Se’uda Shelishit: 6:00pm in commemoration of Shloshim for Orit Glas’ and Doron Avgush’ mother, Yehudit Chana bat Rivkah. At the Social Hall.

Listening Room: 6:30pm with Myra Estelle at the LBM.

Shabbat Limud: 7:00pm - Bəhukotai - On blessings and the opposite; and why Israel is going for new elections? At the 2BM.

After Minḥa Mila baParasha: Understanding a word or two or more in our parasha. This week “qomemiyut - קוֹמְמִיּוּת” - What does the word mean; is freedom always good; who built Jerusalem; and how many names does it have? Basic (and love of) Hebrew is sufficient. At the 2BM.

After Minḥa Daf baTalmud: Daf Yomi with Eli Oberstein on 3FL. Bəkhorot.

After Minḥa Shiur baHayim: Dr. Avivah Zornberg, “Clouds of Glory: Vanishings and Returns” Enveloping clouds of glory are lost and restored. We will explore the midrashic narrative that connects this midrash with the Golden Calf and with the inner life of Israel.

Shabbat shel Shalom and Hodesh Sivan Tov!

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