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OZ Weekly - VaYishlach 5782 + Mezzeh Kiddush, Sold-Out Trivia Night, 95 @ 95, and More...

11/19/2021 12:19:09 PM

Nov19

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JOIN US THIS SHABBOS & SPICE THINGS UP!


PRINTABLE PAGES & LEN'S LINKS

  • Whats Happening - Click HERE

  • Jewish Link: Review of Pararshah Sheleimah - Click HERE

  • Rabbi Jonathan Sacks z'l: The Parable of the Tribes - Click HERE

  • Rabbi Norman Lamm z'l: A History of the Future (1973) - Click HERE

  • Assorted Anshei Divrei Torah - Click HERE


PARDON OUR APPEARANCE


SAVE THE DATE

  • December 18, 2021 — MEMBERSHIP MILESTONE KIDDUSH
  • Celebrating our Community’s Decades of Dedication and 95 Years @ West 95th Street
  • Join us for a L’Chaim and claim Your Special Sponsors Gift when you make a donation in multiples of $95, and help us urgently raise $195,000 for critical façade repair
  • www.OZNY.org/Event/95

We Need You…

  • Join CSS As A Security Volunteer — New Training Starts Nov. 22
  • membership discounts for shift volunteers
  • Contact Committee Chair Jeff Koreman for more details: drkorenmandds@gmail.com

Condolences

  • Francine Salsberg, on the passing of her husband Jesse Salsberg z’l

Mazel Tov

  • Rena & David Jaroslawicz, on the birth of a grandson, a boy born to Yoni & Chloe

Mezzeh Kiddush

  • Eli & Malka Spiro 
  • David Goldstein & Deborah Engel
  • Yossi Shraibman
  • Jay & Zohara Taragin, in honor of Nava & Ariel and all they do for the Youth Dept.
  • Jerry & Marcy Litwin, in honor of Allen Katz & Sheryl Galler who continue to do more than their share for the shul and its members
  • Happy Birthday to Mamma, from Lilz, Tata, and Allie!
  • All our Anonymous Sponsors!

Hashkama Kiddush

  • Annette & Yehuda Fishman, in memory of Annette’s father Herbert Perlman - Chaim ben Aryeh Leib z’l

New Late Maariv  @ 9:00pm

Yearn To Learn… You Can’t Spell ZOOM Without O.Z.

  • Monday Night with Rabbi Schwartz resumes on-Zoom
  • Women’s Living Emunah Chaburah:
  • TNLP: Tuesday Night Learning is back on Zoom -
  • Discover @ OZ: Beginners Classes Wednes. Night ZOOM
    • contact adam@ozny.org
    • 6:30p Jewish Concepts - Adam Resnick
    • 7:45p Jewish Philosophy - Joel Goldman
  • Hashkama Shiur: Parsha & Psychology

Great Events are Happening Here… www.OZNY.org/Events 

  • Annual New Member Kiddush Luncheon | Dec. 11 — Look Out For Invite
  • OZ Goes To Broadway: The Lehman Trilogy | Dec. 11 - www.OZNY.org/Event/Lehman
  • Chanukah is coming… Stay tuned for Winter 5782 Preview and More Exciting Events!

SERVICES WITH A SMILE

Friday, November 19 (Kislev 15)

  • 6:10am Shacharis
  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:17pm Candle Lighting
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv

Shabbos, November 20 (Kislev 16)
Vayishlach

  • 7:30am Hashkama
  • 9:15am Shacharis
  • 10:00am Youth Groups Mini-Minyan
  • 11:15am Mezzeh Kiddush
  • 3:25pm Text & Context
  • 4:05pm Mincha
  • 4:25pm Shalosh Seudos
  • 5:15pm Maariv
  • 5:24pm Havdalah
  • 8:00pm P3: Trivia & Wine - SOLD-OUT

Sunday, November 21 (Kislev 17)

  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv

Monday, November 22 (Kislev 18)

  • 6:00am Shacharis
  • 6:50am Shacharis
  • 7:50am Shacharis
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 9:00pm Late Maariv

Tuesday, November 23 (Kislev 19)

  • 6:10am Shacharis
  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 9:00pm Late Maariv

Wednesday, November 24 (Kislev 20)

  • 6:10am Shacharis
  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 9:00pm Late Maariv

Thursday, November 25 (Kislev 21)
Thanksgiving Day

  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv

Friday, November 26 (Kislev 22)
Thanksgiving Friday

  • 6:00am Shacharis
  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:13pm Candle Lighting
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv

Hashkama Minyan - Rabbi Blanchard's Blurb

  • Important events in our life often endow the places they occurred with profound meaning.  Think of the house, or apartment, where you grew up. Remember your "home town'', or where you went to university or got your first real job.  See in your mind, the place where you fell in love or found God. All these places, and many more,   are the site of the challenges and the promises of your life. . Have you since returned to them? What was it like? Are there places that you have not revisited but feel the need to do so? Why? Do you want to draw strength from what happened there? to fix what went wrong there? to realize , or perhaps even claim/reclaim what was made possible there? Gather up all these important places now in your mind and own the depth of your experience and the richness of their promise. Then, think of what you now need to do
  • Reflections on Genesis 35:1-7.
Fri, December 3 2021 29 Kislev 5782