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OZ Weekly - Shemos 5782 + Don't Drop The Ball!!!

12/23/2021 02:43:09 PM

Dec23

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Shul Notice

  • Late @ 8 — Weekday Night Late Maariv now meets at 8:00pm
  • Masks are currently required by all - submit Covid proof at www.OZNY.org/Form/Covid or show vaccination card to the office
  • To accomodate Maintenance Staff holiday weekends, on Shabbos Dec. 25 & Jan. 1, we will serve a Quick Kiddush with Grape Juice & Cake, and Shalosh Seudos should be eaten at home; The Pre-Mincha Shabbos shiur will not meet, and Parsha Shavua will take place between Mincha and Maariv
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SCHEDULE


  • DUE TO NY GUIDELINES, MASKS ARE CURRENTLY REQUIRED ON PREMISES
  • SUBMIT VACCINE INFORMATION AT WWW.OZNY.ORG/FORM/COVID
  • LATE MAARIV NOW MEETS AT 8:00PM
  • PLEASE NOTE THAT SHALOSH SEUDOS WILL NOT MEET ON DEC. 25 & JAN. 1

Friday, December 24 (Tevet 20)

  • 6:15am Shacharis
  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:15pm Candle Lighting
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv

Shabbos, Dec. 25: Shemos (Tevet 21)

  • 7:30am Hashkama
  • 9:15am Shacharis
  • Quick Kiddush in the Social Hall
  • Pre- Shiur Not Meeting / Shalosh Seudos at Home
  • 4:05pm Mincha
  • 4:25pm Text & Context Parsha Shiur
  • 5:15pm Maariv
  • 5:24pm Havdalah
  • 6:30pm Youth Dept. Movie Matinee

Sunday, December 26 (Tevet 22)

  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 2:00pm Teen & Tween Movie Matinee
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv

Monday, December 27 (Tevet 23)

  • 6:15am Shacharis
  • 6:50am Shacharis
  • 7:50am Shacharis
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 8:00pm Late Maariv

Tuesday, December 28 (Tevet 24)

  • 6:15am Shacharis
  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 8:00pm Late Maariv

Wednesday, December 29 (Tevet 25)

  • 6:15am Shacharis
  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 8:00pm Late Maariv

Thursday, December 30 (Tevet 26)

  • 6:15am Shacharis
  • 6:50am Shacharis
  • 7:50am Shacharis
  • 4:25pm Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 8:00pm Late Maariv

Friday, December 31 (Tevet 27)

  • 6:15am Shacharis
  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:20pm Candle Lighting
  • 4:30pm Zman Mincha Maariv

Shabbos, January 1: Vaera (Tevet 28)
Shabbos Mevarchim

  • 7:30am Hashkama
  • 9:15am Shacharis
  • Quick Kiddush in the Social Hall
  • Pre- Shiur Not Meeting / Shalosh Seudos at Home
  • 4:10pm Mincha
  • 4:30pm Text & Context Parsha Shiur
  • 5:20pm Maariv
  • 5:29pm Havdalah

Sunday, January 2 (Tevet 29)

  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:30pm Zman Mincha Maariv

Mon, Jan. 3 (Shevat 1)
Rosh Chodesh Shevat

  • 6:15am Shacharis
  • 6:45am Shacharis (starts in Social Hall)
  • 7:45am Shacharis
  • 4:30pm Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 9:00pm Late Maariv

Tuesday, January 4 (Shevat 2)

  • 6:15am Shacharis
  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:30pm Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 8:00pm Late Maariv

Wednesday, January 5 (Shevat 3)

  • 6:15am Shacharis
  • 7:00am Shacharis
  • 8:00am Shacharis
  • 4:30pm Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 8:00pm Late Maariv

Thursday, January 6 (Shevat 4)

  • 6:15am Shacharis
  • 6:50am Shacharis
  • 7:50am Shacharis
  • 4:30pm Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 8:00pm Late Maariv

Hashkama Minyan | Rabbi Blanchard's Blurb

  • We all know the cliche: Life is a journey. We are going on a path, a way. And we know the Frost line: "I took the one less travelled by and that made all the difference". But, is that how we actually live--with a direction and a way to a goal? Maybe we are often  looking for a good place to be and wanting to just stay there. How do we really feel about taking the unexpected, even, problematic road? Will it mean betting what we can't afford to lose? To be sure, the well lived life is guided by vision and rooted in courage. Sometimes, the fear and apprehension that comes with the excitement of taking the risks of life are the only thing makes us feel confident that we are going  on a  way of deep exploration and expansion.    
  • Reflections on Exodus 2:1 and the rabbinic commentary on it 




 

 

Mon, November 28 2022 4 Kislev 5783