SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH - FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 2008 – SHABBAT KI TAVO
Friday, September 19th
Candle lighting 6:44 pm
Mincha /Ma’ariv 6:45 pm
Saturday, September 20th
Hashkama 7:30 am
Chumash Shiur (Chaim Possick) 8:00 am
Shacharit 9:00 am
Sof Zman Kri’at Shema 9:51 am
Pre-Mincha Shiur see complete schedule below
Mincha 6:35 pm
Shabbat Ends 7:43 pm
Sunday 8:00 am
Monday & Thursday (Selichot–note time) 6:00 am
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday (Selichot) 6:10 am
Mincha & Ma’ariv 6:35 pm
Kiddush: Sponsor needed
Seudah Shlishit: Sponsor needed
Eruv Need to call the hotline: 863-1811
Scholar in Residence - Harav Yuval Cherlow
Friday Night Oneg Shabbat - 9:45pm
(Home of Barbara & Marty Ast - 8000 Stanford)
In What State is the ‘State’?
Religious Zionism Today
Shabbat morning at conclusion of services
"Tzohar , A Window Between Worlds
A Search for Shared Elements of Identity Above the Widening Lines of Israeli Society”
Pre-mincha Shiur - 5:20pm
"The Days of Awe and the Teshuva of Eretz Yisrael - Reflections on the Identity of the State
Melave Malka For Teens – 9:00pm
Dessert reception for Teens at the home of Chaim & Merav Possick, 7925 Delmar.
Motzei Shabbat – Pre Slichot Program
Personal & Public Forgiveness"
Mazel Tov to Bob & Judy Hellman on the bris of their grandson, Tuvia Elisha. Mazel tov to the parents, David & Ariella Hellman, and grandparents Ben & Michele Cohen, of Riverdale.
Mazel tov to Michelle & Amir Wolfe on the recent birth of a son. Shalom Zachor at the Wolfe home, 8145 Balson, Friday night, beginning at 10:00pm. The brit will take place, Iy”H, Monday morning following Shacharit (~7:30am)
Mazel Tov to Yechiel Bresler and Sheera Hirschhorn on being awarded the 2008 Outstanding Student Leaders Award by the St. Louis County Government Department of Human Services this week.
Mazel tov to Leia Wachsstock who has won an award as a National Merit Commended Scholar.
· Gershon Yitzchak (ben Matil Tziril)
· Rafael Dovid Grunberger (ben Bracha)
· Ruven Kirshner (ben Tovah Chaya)
· Zev Eliezer (ben Chaya Shaindel)
· Malka (bat Chaya)
· Erna Waltuch (Esther bas Rachel Leah)
· Yehuda Weiman (Yehuda Le’eb ben Chava Rochel)
KIDNAPPED CHAYAL ZAHAL
· Gilad (ben Aviva) Shallit
Scholar In Residence: RAV CHERLOW
This weekend has been made possible as a joint program sponsored by Young Israel & Torah Mitzion. We would also like to thank the following families for helping us sponsor this wonderful Shabbat: Russel & Beverly Groener, Mike & Sima Oberlander, Bobby & Chelle Medow, Mickey & Rose-Anne Ariel, Andy & Ruthie Koshner, Ethan & Debby Schuman, Alan & Jackie Gerson, Earl & Faye Newman, Nigel & Ruth Ohrenstein, Dugie & Lisa Baron, Marty & Barbara Ast, Heschel & Adinah Raskas, Mitch & Shelley Wolf, Aaron Fredman, and the Fredman family.
Thank you: to Danny & Sara Wachsstock and David & Roz Hirschhorn for maintaining hallway decorum this Shabbat.
LULOV & ESROG: Please order your lulov & esrog ASAP. Order forms are upstairs and downstairs in the shul and can be dropped off in the office, mailed or delivered to Michael Zeffren , or email your order form to Michael at email@example.com.
HaNA’ARIM TALIT - LAST CHANCE: To be added to the Kol HaNa’arim Talit,
please notify Bonnie Drazen at firstname.lastname@example.org Each name is $18. Boys
under the age of 13 and girls under the age of 12 as of Simchat Torah, may be
included. These names will be added to last year’s talit. No names will be
removed from the talit. Names must
be submitted IN WRITING no later than Monday, September 22th. For
those who don’t have email, please drop off or mail to: 8135
FOOD DRIVE - The Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry is conducting its annual food drive. Bags are available to take and fill with non-perishable foods and sundries. Please deposit the bags in the box that is in the shul downstairs near the office. This is the largest drive of the year and every little bit helps. Please participate.
TRIVIA NIGHT: The 2nd Annual Ohr Atid Trivia Night will be Sunday
November 16th, at the
RAFFLE: The boy’s Senior Class of ’09 of BYHS is having a raffle to raise money their class senior trip. Grand prize is $300. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact any BYHS senior boy, or call 314-657-5632.
WEDDING G’MACH: Bridal gowns, dresses for mother-of-the-bride or groom, and
bridesmaid dresses are available for borrowing without charge. The G'mach,
which serves the entire
WOMEN'S TEHILLIM GROUP: Will meet
at Bobbi Gibli’s home on Delcrest Court-Bldg #2,
Mishnat Pinchas, the TMK parent/child learning begins 5 minutes after the start of Kiddush downstairs in Young Israel.
Rabbi Chaim Possick presents the Parshat HaShavua shiur 8 AM at Young Israel this Shabbat morning.
The Beit Midrash for Women taught by Merav Possick is at the home of Faye Newman, 7916 Stanford, Wednesdays at 9:00 am.
Torah MiTzion presents our annual Rosh Hashana Parent/Child Learning at Young Israel at 1:00 - 2:30PM on Sunday, September 28th. Two groups (K-4 with Merav, 5-8 with Chaim) followed by a fun activity for all.
To schedule a meal with Avigayil and Chen, please call Ruthie Koshner 727-6317
Please buy Rosh Hashana Cards-$20 for 8 cards (created by children in Sderot). All the money goes to build an indoor bomb proof playground for children. To purchase contact Adi Feen at (314)-862-2740, Rene Price at email@example.com or Hester Fass at firstname.lastname@example.org.
9:00 PM Saturday (Sept. 20) Melaveh HaMalkah dessert reception for Teens
with Rabbi Yuval Cherlow from
SHUL OFFICE & CONTACT INFO
Shul Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM.
Deadline for announcements: Noon on Thursday & for Mazel Tovs 10 AM on Friday
Rabbi Shulman’s email is email@example.com. Rabbi Shulman can also be reached at his home study during hours when the office is closed, at 725-6130.
Young Israel Web-site: www.youngisrael-stl.org
To sponsor a weekly Shul Announcement, email Judy (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call the Shul office (727-1880). Minimum suggested donation is $36.