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08/06/2021 10:48:07 AM

Aug6

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Pardon Our Appearance!

  • Thank you for your patience as we conclude the Office Clean-Up, and commence the Beis Medrash Renovation & Facade Restoration

  • Please note, due to required strengthening of the original wooden subflooring in the Women's Balcony, for this Shabbos only the center Pews will be open upstairs.

  • It's not too late to join the Capital Campaign at www.OZNY.org/Campaign

  • Preserve a Pew at www.OZNY.org/Event/Pew


 

COVID Update

  • O.Z. continues to monitor COVID updates and guidelines, and follow federal and local recommendations.

  • As of now, those vaccinated are not required to mask on premises

  • The Rabbi is in regular contact with the OU & the RCA.

  • Hand-Sanitizer remains available in the main lobby.

  • Please check email and WhatsApp for updates.


Printable Pages & Len's Links

  • Whats Happening - Click HERE

  • Rabbi Jonathan Sacks z'l: Defining Reality  (2021) - Click HERE

  • Assorted Anshei Divrei Torah - Click HERE

  • Artscroll Shabbos Table: Re'eh (2020) - Click HERE


Hear the Call

  • www.OZNY.org/HighHolidays

  • Seats, Kol Nidrei, Yizkor, Capital Campaign, and More…! 

Mazel Tov!

  • Eliana & Dan Kohn, on the birth of their son Shalom Avraham 

Condolences

  • Levenson and Forman Families, on the passing of Amy Levenson, z’l 

Delicious Kiddush Sponsors

  • Schnitzer & Guz Families, commemorating the Yarzheit of Victor Schnitzer z’l

  • Rebbetzin Alisa Schwartz & Family, celebrating Rabbi Allen Schwartz’s 60th Birthday and in honor of Esti & Aaron Feldman's first anniversary

News & Notes

  • New door security code can be retrieved from the Office or Gabbaim

  • Pay attention to signage when navigating building

  • Due to carpet installation, Women’s WEST/Right balcony is closed

  • Ice Cream Kiddush has been tentatively rescheduled for August 21

Upcoming Events - Sunday, August 8

  • www.OZNY.org/Events

  • 10:30am on Zoom: Youth Dept. Lights, Camera, Action

  • 7:00pm in Social Hall: Bashert - Wine, Dessert, & A Dating Game (by RSVP)

O.Z. Weekly Learning Schedule

  • www.OZNY.org/Online

  • Rabbi Schwartz’s Shiurim are on Summer Vacation

  • Sunday @ 6:15p - Parsha Psychology w/R’ Blanchard

  • Tuesday @ 7:30p - TNLP | Tuesday Night Learning

  • Wednes. @ 6:30p - Jewish Concepts w/Adam Resnick

  • Wednes @ 7:45p - Jewish Philosophy w/Joel Goldman

  • Wednes @ 8:00p - Summer Series: Maimonides Hilchos Deos w/Rabbi Varon

  • Mon & Wed @ 9p - Women’s Living Emunah Group

  • Tue, Wed, & Fri @ 7:40a - Morning Massechta: Tractate Tamid

  • Shabbos, after Mincha - Text & Context

  • Daf Yomi: Sun. after 2nd Minyan, Mon-Fri after 1st Minyan, Shabbos after Mincha


RE’EH 5781

► SHABBOS MEVORCHIM

 

Friday, August 6, 2021 | 28 Av
∙ 6:30p – Plag Minyan
∙ 7:30p – Dine & Discuss (RSVP)
∙ 7:48p – Candles
∙ 7:55p – Zman Minyan

Shabbos, August 7, 2021 | 29  Av
∙ 7:30a – Hashkama
∙ 9:15a – Shacharis Main Shul
∙ 10:30a – Youth Groups Sukkah
∙ Delicious Kiddush in Social Hall
∙ 5:00p — Live @ Five in Central Park
∙ 6:45p – Summer Shalosh Seudos
∙ 7:35p – Mincha, Text & Context
∙ 8:45p – Maariv
∙ 8:55p – Havdalah

Sunday, August 8, 2021 | 30 Av
► Rosh Chodesh Elul I

∙ Shacharis: 7:00a, 8:00a
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 7:45p

Monday, August 9, 2021 | 1 Elul
► Rosh Chodesh Elul II

∙ Shacharis: 6:00a, 6:45a, 7:45a
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 6:15p, 7:45p

Tuesday, August 10, 2021 | 2 Elul
∙ Shacharis: 6:10a, 7:00a, 8:00a
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 6:15p, 7:45p

Wednesday, August 11, 2021 | 3 Elul
∙ Shacharis: 6:10a, 7:00a, 8:00a
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 6:15p, 7:45p

Thursday, August 12, 2021 | 4 Elul
∙ Shacharis: 6:00a, 6:50a, 7:50a
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 6:15p, 7:45p

Friday, August 13, 2021 | 5 Elul
∙ Shacharis: 6:10a, 7:00a, 8:00a
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 6:15p, 7:45p
∙ Candles: 7:39


Hashkama Minyan - Rabbi Blanchard's Blurb

  • Through science and our own experience, we understand much of our daily world. But we don't have certainty or even clarity about many of our most important life questions---relationships,  jobs and career, religion and spirituality. The certainty that comes with moments of  Divine revelation is just not a part of today's world.  Maybe we should be wary of those who seem to claim an almost prophetic personal  certainty about what is going to happen and how we should be living our lives. Even when we are navigating by faith, and can not be entirely sure how to go forward, we can, at least, avoid false prophets.



 
 

 

 

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