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OZ Weekly - Pinchas 5780 + More

07/10/2020 09:50:24 AM


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Parshat Pinchas 5780

Friday Night

  • 6:40pm - Plag Minyan (RSVP Required)

  • 6:57pm - Plag HaMincha

  • 8:10pm - Candle Lighting

  • 8:20pm - Zman Minyan (RSVP Required)

  • 8:28pm - Shkiah (Sunset)

  • 9:18pm - Tzeit HaKochavim (Night Fall)

Shabbat Day

  • 5:35am - Netz HaChama
  • 7:30am - Hashkama Minyan (RSVP Required)

  • 9:15am - Minyan (RSVP Required)

  • 9:18am - Latest Shema

  • 1:01pm - Chatzot

  • 8:20pm - Minyan (RSVP Required)

  • 8:28pm - Shkiah

  • 9:18pm - Havdalah / Tzeit HaKochavim

Weekday Minyanim (RSVP Required)

  • Sunday: 8:00am & 8:15pm
  • Monday - Friday: 7:00am & 8:00am, 6:40pm & 8:15pm

Rabbi's Blanchard's Parsha Reflection

Imagine that you have a very important life issue that you must address here and now . It involves significant moral and religious values. But, any action you take that really confronts this problem has serious consequences, not just for you but also for many others. If you are wrong, you will bring plague and disaster upon those around you. If you are right, you will bring unity and peace to your part of the world. To complicate matters, although you think you are clear about what's right, many others, whom you seriously respect, are themselves not really sure what to do. If you act, you will be standing alone on a matter of ultimate importance. You ask yourself: Am I a crazy off base fanatic or a truly devoted spiritual hero? What do you do?



Sun, January 17 2021 4 Shevat 5781