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Noach 5775

11/05/2014 10:39:04 AM


Shabbat Noach Services
Friday, October 24 (Rosh Chodesh)
Shacharit: 6:15 AM
Candles before: 5:45 PM 
Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat: 5:45 PM
Repeat the Shema after: 6:52 PM

Saturday, October 25 (Rosh Chodesh) 
Shacharit: 9:00 AM
Shema Before: 9:58 AM 


OktoberKe$ht Kiddush  
has been sponsored by  
The Bellino Family 
in celebration of
Ke$het's 4th birthday.
Immediately following Kiddush,
Miriam Kaplan will teach her class on Tehillim.
Mincha: 5:30 PM
 Seudah Shelishit has been sponsored by 
Benay Reininger and Roslyn Blatt
in observance of the yahrezeit of their father,
Moshe Yitzchak Edelstein.

At Seudah Shelishit, Rabbi Bellino will present 
Maimonides on Parshat Noach.


Maariv: 6:40 PM
Musical Havdala: 6:52 PM

Weekday Services

Shacharit Services 

Sunday: 7:30 AM 

Monday-Friday: 6:30 AM


Evening Mincha/Maariv Services on 6th Street 

Sunday-Thursday: 5:45 PM


Community News 
Mazal Tov to our Simchat Torah honorees, Shimmy Rapps and Elie Yudewitz

Mazal Tov to our friends Jen Bernstein & Geoffrey Platt upon their engagement. 

Mazal Tov to downtown alumni (now living in Israel) Naomi Klein & Ariel Zellman upon the birth of a son.  


Please join us on Parshat Chayei Sarah (November 14-15) as we welcome Rabbi/Dr. Larry Kaplan as our first Shabbat Scholar. This will include a Friday night dinner and lecture ($35.00 and RSVP required), Shabbat morning sermon, and study at Seudah Shelishit. Please reply with your RSVP.   


We are grateful to Elie Yudewitz, Eli Szus, Alan Feder, and Rabbi Bellino who have divided up this week's Torah reading in Mendel's absence.  If you would like to read Torah, or learn how to read Torah, please contact Elie Yudewitz.

Thank you to all those of you who pledged toward the Kol Nidre Appeal. If you have not yet made payment, please do so.

Please support our minyanim, especially the early evening Mincha/Maariv service (called this week for 5:45 PM).  

The Foundations Classes will meet this Wednesday night. The Wednesday Maimonides class will begin in a few weeks. 

Kiddush is an important factor in  growing and sustaining the vitality of our community. We need sponsors, volunteers, and suggestions as to how Kiddush may be improved. For more information

Growth - Bringing so many people together requires administrative sensibility and sensitivity. Toward that end, we encourage your participation and insight. Feedback to Elie YudeitzRabbi Bellino or theShul Office would be most appreciated. Please contact us with any suggestions and/or concerns, or most importantly, to volunteer.  

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