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12/31/2021 01:38:19 PM

Dec31

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PARDON OUR APPEARANCE



BULLETIN BOARD


Mazel Tov

  • Chaim & Sara Solomon on the birth of a baby boy
  • George & Illana Lloyd, on the birth of a grandson - a baby boy born to their children Reuben & Sari in Rochester, NY

Condolences

  • Marjorie & Charles Gross and Family, on the passing of Marjorie's mother Beth Levitan z'l
  • Carole Polsky and family, on the passing of her dear husband and our long time member Irving Polsky z'l 

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 accommodate 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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We need YOU in 2022

  • A committee is being formed to nominate a new slate of Officers & Trustees for the May 2022 Election, use this form to be considered for nomination or to join the committee: https://forms.gle/uyRQeUChHqasqrqh7

Jewish American Moments

  • Join Micah Halpern as this exciting series continues in 2022!
  • Select Wednesdays at 7:00pm
  • RSVP at www.OZNY.org/Event/JAM
  • On-Zoom (Free) and In-Person ($5 Pizza Party)
    • Jan. 5 - Supreme Court
    • Jan. 10 - Civil Rights
    • Feb. 9 - New York City
    • Feb. 15 - Presidents Day
    • Mar. 2 - Capitalism
    • Mar. 9 - Vaudeville & Hollywood

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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 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 can sometimes understand why we have to suffer through tough times. Either we have made a serious mistake and these pains are the consequences, or  we can see that the demands made on us by our difficulties will improve us as human beings---better understanding, greater knowledges, more sensitive to the pain of others, more resilient, etc. But, not all such situations can be explained, or justified. They must simply be endured. In short, life sometimes makes moral sense and sometimes doesn't. This raises the question: Do you think that in the long run human life, with all of  its ethical demands, its successes, its failures as well as its unexplained and unearned pains, makes moral sense?    
  • Reflections on the Israelite enslavement as narrated in Exodus




 

 

Fri, January 28 2022 26 Shevat 5782