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OZ Weekly - Ki Tetizei 5781 + High Holidays Are Coming...

08/20/2021 11:36:15 AM

Aug20

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COVID Update

  • O.Z. continues to monitor COVID updates and guidelines.

  • As of now, those not vaccinated are required to wear masks 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: Against Hate (2021) - Click HERE

  • Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm z'l: Righteousness - the Real Reason (1968) - Click HERE

  • Assorted Anshei Divrei Torah - Click HERE

  • Artscroll Shabbos Table (2020) - Click HERE


PARDON OUR APPEARANCE

  • THE CAPITAL CAMPAIGN IS ON NOW
  • PRESERVE OUR PAST & FORGE OUR FUTURE
  • WWW.OZNY.ORG/CAMPAIGN

Hear the Call at www.OZNY.org/HighHolidays

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

Mazel Tov!

  • Sussie & Elliot Freed on the birth of a baby boy - Shalom Zachor tonight at 9:30pm
  • Chaya & Ari Weitzner, on the birth of a granddaughter Noa Raquel — a baby born to their children Mali & Zac Jurkowski

Condolences

  • Jacob Rand & Family, on the passing of Jacob’s mother Eva Stamler Rand z’l
  • Karyn & Yoni Vega, on the passing of Karyn’s father Elon Winkler z’l

Delicious Kiddush

  • Chaya & Ari Weitzner, in memory of Ari’s father Dr Walter Weitzner Ze’ev Dov Ben Abraham z’l and in celebration of their new granddaughter Noa Raquel. 

Youth Dept. Update + Stay Tuned for High Holiday Programming…

  • Groups resume next week with special treats for pre-high holidays special

Special Siyum next week in time for the High Holidays

  • The last Summer Shalosh Seudos of the Season — next Shabbos August 28 @ 6:05p will host Siyum for Tamid — sponsor welcome at www.OZNY.org/Event/Tamid2021

Discover Judaism presents New Beginner’s Hebrew Reading Crash Course

  • Thursdays @ 6:45pm, August 12 — Sept. 30 | RSVP: www.OZNY.org/Event/Heb2021

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 - Not meeting
  • 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

KI TETZEI 5781

Friday, August 20, 2021 | 12 Elul 5781

∙ 6:15p – Plag Minyan
∙ 7:29p – Candles
∙ 7:35p – Zman Minyan
∙ 9:30p – Freed Shalom Zachor - 392 CPW @ Side of 99th St

Shabbos, August 21, 2021 | 13 Elul
∙ 7:30a – Hashkama
∙ 9:15a – Shacharis Main Shul
∙ Youth Groups resume next week...
∙ Delicious Kiddush in Social Hall
∙ 5:00p – Live @ Five in Central Park:
  Jewish Justice with Micah Halpern
∙ 6:15p – Summer Shalosh Seudos
∙ 7:15p – Mincha, Text & Context
∙ 8:25p – Maariv
∙ 8:26p – Havdalah

Sunday, August 22, 2021 | 14 Elul
∙ Shacharis: 7:00a, 8:00a
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 7:25p

Monday, August 23, 2021 | 15 Elul
∙ Shacharis: 6:00a, 6:50a, 7:50p
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 6:15p, 7:25p

Tuesday, August 24, 2021 | 16 Elul
∙ Shacharis: 6:10a, 7:00a, 8:00a
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 6:15p, 7:25p

Wednesday, August 25, 2021 | 17 Elul
∙ Shacharis: 6:10a, 7:00a, 8:00a
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 6:15p, 7:25p

Thursday, August 26, 2021 | 18 Elul
∙ Shacharis: 6:00a, 6:50a, 7:50a
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 6:15p, 7:35p

Friday, August 27, 2021 | 19 Elul
∙ Shacharis: 6:10a, 7:00a, 8:00a
∙ Mincha/Maariv: 6:15p, 7:25p
∙ Candles: 7:19p

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Hashkama Minyan - Rabbi Blanchard's Blurb
  • We try hard not to be judgmental, but,  like it or not , we are always judging actions, situations and people. We just can't avoid it. Judging fairly isn't easy.  High position, impressive intellect, having gone to the right schools, being wealthy, even good looks sometimes sorely tempt us to judge favorably even when the evidence says otherwise. And vice versa. We can be nudged toward an unfavorable judgment of people who seem to be shleppers, not too bright, don't seem "cool" ,etc.  when this is not really justified. The hard question is: How exactly do we avoid making wrong judgments of actions, situations and people?   
  • Reflections on Deuteronomy 16:18ff
Tue, October 26 2021 20 Cheshvan 5782