Parshas Bo 5776
This erev Shabbos, Parshas Bo, neiros should be lit by 4:35 with mincha to follow at 4:45. Please remember to repeat kerias shema after 5:39pm.
Rabbi Bleicher's shiur at 3:40pm is entitled, "Secular Dates in Secular Society - Part 2."
Mincha will begin at 4:25pm followed by seudah shlishis during which we will continue the 9th and final perek of Meseches Brachos and discuss another fascinating question posed to Rav Yitzchak Zilberstein. Maariv will begin and Shabbos will end at 5:40.
Rabbi Goldstone's Monday night Gemara shiur will begin at 7:45pm.
Mazal tov to Kim & Steven Ettinger on the birth of a grandson born to their children, Peshie & Elisha Rubin.
Thank you to all the women who participated in the Sisterhood pre-Tu B'Shevat seder this past Tuesday night. A great time was had by all - click here to view all the pictures!
The New Jersey Jewish Link published an article about our shul in this week's edition - click here to read the article online or turn to pages 33-34 in the print copy.
As we mentioned at the general membership meeting last month, in consultation with the Preil family we have decided that the most appropriate tribute to our dear co-founding member, Rabbi Joseph Preil, zt"l, would be to enhance the shul’s library of seforim in his memory. We thank Art & Susan Weinstein for their donation of Artscroll's Hebrew-English Ramban as well as a separate donation through which the shul purchased a set of Artscroll's Hebrew-English Midrash Rabbah, both of which were recently added to our bookshelves. We have compiled a list of additional seforim we would like to add for our communal benefit. These seforim can be dedicated by individuals or donations can be earmarked for the Rabbi Preil Seforim Fund and we will aggregate them to purchase seforim from the list on behalf of the Shul. We would like to purchase the remaining seforim very soon so please make your donation as soon as possible either by clicking here to pay online, or by contacting Rabbi Bleicher or Steve Schnipper.
Best wishes for a wonderful (erev) Shabbos!