Parshas Ki Sisa 5776
This erev Shabbos, Parshas Ki Sisa, neiros should be lit by 5:26 with mincha to follow at 5:35. Please remember to repeat kerias shema after 6:25pm.
Kiddush is co-sponsored by Shari & Mark Bloomberg in commemoration of the recent yertzeit of their mothers and fathers and by Pearl & Mark Ricklis in celebration of the recent engagement of their son, Dani, to Leah Elyakin.
Rabbi Bleicher's shiur at 4:30 will be the first in a series commemorating the upcoming 30th yertzeit of Rav Moshe Feinstein zt"l and is entitled, "Milk in the Goldene Medinah."
Mincha will begin at 5:15pm followed by seudah shlishis during which we will begin Maseches Peah and discuss damage caused by throwing pekelach at an ufruf in another fascinating question posed to Rav Yitzchak Zilberstein. Maariv will begin and Shabbos will end at 6:30.
Rabbi Goldstone's Monday night Gemara shiur will begin at 7:45pm.
EHM Annual Purim Raffle - The annual EHM Purim raffle is back featuring one-of-a-kind prizes! For just $36 you could win 2 roundtrip airline tickets to fly anywhere within the continental United States (approximate value $750), a unique collection of antique and vintage silver Judaica sponsored by Esther & Ken Blashka (approximate value $650) and $200 in Shoprite gift cards. Tickets for the drawing, which will be held during the annual EHM Purim Seudah on Thursday, March 24th, are $36 each, 3 for $75, 5 for $100, and 10 for $180. All proceeds benefit EHM so please participate generously. To purchase tickets click here or contact Steve Schnipper.
Sunday, March 13th - Kean University will be hosting a conference on global anti-Semitism that is free and open to the public featuring Hon. Ira Forman, US Special Envoy to Monitor & Combat Anti-Semitism, Hon. Irwin Cotler, former Canadian Minister of Justice, Dr. Deborah Lipstadt of Emory University and more. Click here for more information
Thursday, March 24th - EHM Annual Purim Seudah. To make your reservations click here.
Combat BDS - In light of recent attempts by the BDS movement worldwide to boycott and restrict the sale of Israeli products, an initiative was begun to encourage consumers to purchase Israeli-made products for mishloach manos (and year round). To view more information about this worthy effort click here.
Best wishes for a wonderful (erev) Shabbos!