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

Tizku l’Shanim Rabot v’Tovot!

Friday, August 23, 2019

Shabbat Məvarkhim Parashat ʿEqev

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Shabbat Məvarkhim
Parashat ʿEqev 

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24 August 2019 * 23 Av 5779
Earliest Candle Lighting: 6:17pm
Minḥa/Kabbalat-Shabbat/Arvit - 7:00pm
Candle Lighting - 7:25pm
Shaḥarit - 8:30am * Latest Shəma - 9:35am
Zohar -7:55pm * Minḥa - 7:00pm
Se’uda Shelishit / Shiur - 7:30pm 
Shəki’a - 7:41pm * Arvit - 8:21pm

Tset Hakokhavim / Havdala - 8:26pm


Yimlokh: 10:40am - All kids are welcome to join!

Dvar Torah: 10:45am - Rav Avraham Unger.

Kiddush: 11:25am - Sponsored by almoni likhvod ploni.

After Kiddush: 12:45pm - Free talk about politics and love.

Se’uda Shelishit: 5:30pm-7:00pm. Join the Bayit community to say farewell to Rabba Anat, Ariel, Yiskah, Tzruya, Na'ama Rachel, and Shira. להתראות בארץ.

Listening Room: 5:30pm with Myra Estelle at the LBM.

Parasha Limud: 4:45pm with Livya Tinestit-Weiss at the ML.

After Minḥa Mila baParasha: Understanding a word in our parasha. This week “Ul’ahava - וּלְאַהֲבָה” - What does the word mean; why are we told to “love” G-d while to “honor” our parents; What comes first “love”/“honor” or “fear-awe”; and is there a love of a child to a parent in Bible? Basic (and love of :) Hebrew is sufficient. At the 2BM. 

After Minḥa Daf baTalmud: Daf Yomi on 3FL. Temura. 

After Minḥa Shiur baHayim: Shiur in the main sanctuary. 

Next Shabbat: From Ḥazon to Ḥazzan.
Please join us as we celebrate the arrival of Rosh odesh Elul on Shabbat Aug 30-31 with a special Sephardic azzan-In-Residence featuring David Rubinstein. We will enjoy azzan David’s special melodies across Kabbalat Shabbat, Shaarit/Hallel/Musaf, and Pizmonim during Se’uda Shəlishit.

Shabbat shel Shalom!

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