Parshas Chayei Sarah 5777
This erev Shabbos, Parshas Chayei Sarah, mevorchim Kislev, neiros should be lit by 4:14 with mincha to follow at 4:20. Please remember to repeat kerias shema after 5:17pm.
A special Thanksgiving-themed Kiddush is sponsored by Jacob & Annette Gielchinsky in commemoration of the yertzeit of her mother, Nachama bas Aaron Yaakov, on Shabbos; by Joel & Shulie Glazer in commemoration of the yertzeit of his father, Refoel ben Betzalel, today (erev Shabbos) and the upcoming yertzeit of his mother, Trana Miriam bas Chaim; and by Nathan & Tzirel Maltz in honor of the birth of their granddaughter, Rachel, born to their children Yossi & Miriam Mason. If you're feeling thankful and would like to add your name to the list of co-sponsors, please click here.
Rabbi Bleicher's shiur, "What's the Bracha on Thanksgiving?" will begin at 3:15pm.
Mincha will begin at 4:00pm followed by seudah shlishis sponsored by Jacob & Annette Gielchisnky in commemoration of the yertzeit of his sister, Miriam bas Menachem Aryeh, during which we will continue our learning of Mishnayos Peah and discuss an unpublished teshuva of Rav Yitzchak Zilberstein. Maariv will begin and Shabbos will end at 5:17pm.
Rabbi Goldstone's Monday night gemara shiur will begin at 7:45pm following late maariv.
Rabbi Bleicher's Tuesday night tefilah shiur will begin at 7:45pm following late maariv. Click here to listen to a recording of the most recent shiur.
Rosh Chodesh Kislev is this Thursday.
EHM General Membership Meeting: Motzei Shabbos Parshas Vayishlach, December 17, at 6:45pm.
Motzei Shabbos at 7:45pm - ChillZone: ChillZone is an exciting weekly program for girls ages 9-15 featuring a short Torah-learning session with mentors followed by pizza, cool prizes, and fun activities. ChillZone is the place to spend your Saturday night with friends, learning, and real fun!
Please Participate in Our Late Maariv Minyan: Aveilim and others depend on us consistently having a minyan so please support our mincha/maariv b'zeman and late maariv at 7:30pm as much as possible.
To view the communal weekly schedule of minyanim and events click here.
Best wishes for a wonderful (erev) Shabbos mevorchim!