The Many Friends of the Rovinsky Family to Celebrate the Engagement of Saara to Moish Moskowitz
Young Israel of St. Louis
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20th - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26th, 2007
SHABBOS LECH LECHA
Friday, Oct. 19th
Candle lighting............6:00 PM Shacharit during week: Sun. 8:00 AM
Mincha/Maariv............6:00 PM Mon. & Thurs. 6:30 AM
Tues., Wed. & Fri . 6:40 AM
Saturday, Oct. 20th
Hashkama Minyan............. 7:30 AM Mincha & Maariv during week – 5:55 PM
Chumash Shiur.............8:00 AM
Shacharit........ ........9:00 AM Sof Z’man Kriat Shema .10:01 AM
Pre Mincha Shiur.with Rabbi Shulman...4:50 PM
Mincha..............5:50 PM The Eruv is........UP!!
Shabbat Ends.............6:59 PM Evening Shema......after 7:01 PM
Kiddush: sponsors invited. Seudah Shlishit: sponsors invited.
The Rabbi’s Pre-Mincha Shiur
“Which G-d did Abraham Discover? And How Old Was He Really?”
NEWS ABOUT OUR MEMBERS
MAZEL TOV- toShiri Arieli who has announced her engagement to Eitan Nagar from Kfar Arroy. They are planning an April 3, 2008 wedding. Shiri's phone number is 054-765-0353.
To Erna Waltuch on the birth of a great grandson, Yeshaye Zef, to Sheldon & Drora Waltuch of Los Angeles.
To the Rovinsky family on the engagement of Saara to Moish Moskowitz of Cincinnati.
REFUAH SHELAIMAH – Dr. Hillel Nachum Goldstein (ben Batya Eta), Rafael Dovid Grunberger (ben Bracha), Ruven Kirshner (ben Tovah Chaya), Zev Eliezer (ben Chaya Shaindel), Malka bas Chaya, and Panina Medow Licht (Panina bas Rochel Ettel).
CONDOLENCES – to Sylvia Cherrick on the passing of her brother, Alvin Extein. The funeral will be at 2:00 PM this Sunday at Berger Memorial to Beth Haedrosh Hagodol Cemetery. Sylvia will be sitting shiva at her home on 837 Oakbrook Ct.
KIDNAPPED CHAYALEI ZAHAL- Gilad ben Aviva (Shallit), Ehud ben Malka (Goldwasser), and Eldad ben Tova (Regev)
See the attached schedule for our new list of course offerings!
Derech Eretz Sunday Club Begins this Week!
Kids have fun with Shany Batit and Eliana Smith! The Derech Eretz Club will be held this Sunday (10/21): at Young Israel Synagogue (8101 Delmar Blvd): K-3 9:30 - 10:30 AM. 4-7 10:30 - 11:30 AM Mishnat Pinchas, the Torah MiTzion parent/child learning begins 5 min after start of Kiddush, downstairs in Young Israel.
Only three more chances (Oct 20, 27, Nov 3; before the clock changes) to bring your children (K-6) to the Mesibat Shabbat. This Special Shabbat Party meets from 5 -6 PM in the Teperberg’s backyard (7925 Delmar) for the Parshat HaShavua chidon-quiz, songs, refreshments and stories.
There is still time to join the fourth annual Ulpan Ivrit - 5768 sponsored by Torah MiTzion Kollel held in Young Israel every Tuesday & Wednesday evening. Semester one through January 9th, Semester two through April 9th. Adult Hebrew classes are taught by Vardit Teperberg on 4 levels. Children's Hebrew classes are taught by the Sherut Leumi girls (Shany and Eliana) from 6:15 - 7:00 PM on Tuesday. $100 for each semester. Every student receives their own workbook. Scholarships available. Contact Vardit Teperberg (314 420-3696)
Beginning Crash Course in Hebrew Reading Learn to Read Hebrew in 5 easy lessons Taught by expert Hebrew teacher Vardit Teperberg of Torah MiTzion. 5 Monday nights beginning October 15th, 7pm-8pm at Bais Abraham Congregation, 6910 Delmar Blvd. in University City No Previous knowledge necessary. Call Bais Abraham 721-3030
Save the Date: Join us Friday evening, November 16th, for a Shabbos dinner at the shul to welcome our new members! More details to follow.
Lost & Found. Are you missing a raincoat, a sports jacket, a pair of shoes, an infant seat or a child's book or toy? Please check the coat rack and shelves downstairs by the office. All unclaimed items will be donated to charity on November 1st.
WOMEN ONLY BENEFIT! Monday evening, October 22, at 7:30PM there will be a “Women's Only” event to Benefit displaced brides-to-be from Gush Katif. Many families are still living in temporary shelters and do not have jobs. Let's make a difference at this special Bridal Shower and L'Chaim. Support these couples and join the fun at the home of Faye Newman, 7916 Stanford. For reservations or more information call or email: Debbie Schuman, 314-727-3123 (email@example.com), or Janet Weinberg, 314-721-4523, (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Torah Conferencing Network Weekly Shiurim –Prepare Yourself for Shabbat with Rabbi Yissocher Frand’s Shiur on Topical Halachic issues relevant to the Parsha on Thursdays on 7823 Balson at 8:00 PM. Please see bulletin board for more information.
Save the date: Sunday, November 4, 2007 for Ohr Atid's First Annual Trivia Night! Do you know the capital of Brazil? Where were the 1964 Olympic Games held? If you know the answers to these questions (or if you want to know) and are in the mood for a fun evening of trivia, food, games and prizes, you won't want to miss this event. Trivia Night will be held at Clayton Commons. Doors open at 6:30 PM and the games begin at 7:00 PM. Pull together teams/tables of 8-10 players at $18 per person (or perhaps you wish to sponsor a table for $180). If you don't have a team, we will assign you to a table. All proceeds benefit children with special needs in the St. Louis Jewish community. For more information, or to register, contact Rachel Shapiro at 314-862-3745 or email@example.com. We hope to see you there!
Join us at Paint Me Pottery for an adults-only Motzei Shabbat event of painting, socializing and light refreshments, Saturday, December 1st, 7:30 – 9:30pm. Registration is $10 (paid in advance) and you will pay that night for the item you choose to paint (prices range from $8.50-$15). Limited number of spots - - RSVP early to Roz (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Rachel (email@example.com). More details to follow .
The Shul office hours are Mon, Tues, Thurs, & Fri. from 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM. Closed on Wed.
Deadline for announcements: Noon on Thursday & for Mazel Tovs 10 AM on Friday
Rabbi Moshe Shulman’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in sponsoring a weekly Shul Announcement, please email Clare (email@example.com) or call the Shul office (727-1880). Minimum suggested donation is $36. Thank you.