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OZ Weekly - Ki Tissa 5782

02/18/2022 01:21:50 PM

Feb18

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O.Z. Annual Dinner & Community Celebration
Guests of Honor / Couple of the Year
  • Nicole & David Debora
Max Rosenbaum & Maurice Schauer Gemilus Chesed Award for their involvement in the 'WIN' program and 'Bikkur Cholim in the Home' visits
  • Heather Conn
  • Esther Rimokh
Nathan K. Gross Community Service Award to all of our volunteer Teachers & Gabbaim who helped Rabbi Allen Schwartz & Rabbi Jack Varon sustain our community spiritually throughout the Pandemic both online, outside, and in-person on a regular basis

 
PRINTABLE PAGES & LEN'S LINKS
  • What's Happening @ O.Z. - Click HERE
  • Rabbi Jonathan Sacks z'l - Compassion without Justice? - Click HERE
  • Rabbi Norman Lamm z'l - Insights into Evil - Click HERE
  • Anshe Assorted Divrei Torah - Click HERE
  • RZA HaMizrachi Weekly - click HERE
  • ArtScroll Shabbos Table Newsletter - Click HERE

PARDON OUR APPEARANCE

BULLETIN BOARD
  • Submit announcements and sponsorships at office@ozny.org
Mazel Tov
  • Paul & Chaya Weinrib, on the engagement of their son Yonah to Nina Brodsky
Kiddush
  • Ariel Hoffman, celebrating his Bar Mitzvah Anniversary!
  • Ira & Marsha Kevelson, commemorating the Yarzheit of Ira’s beloved mother Ray Kevelson z’l (18th of Adar Rishon)
Shalosh Seudos
  • Anonymous, in honor of all of our current and previous volunteer Shul Presidents, Officers, and Trustees on this Presidents Day Weekend
 

WE NEED YOU IN 2022
  • Consider joining the Board or Volunteering in 2022 - click HERE

WIN: WOMEN IN NETWORK
  • New Rosh Chodesh Series for Single Ladies 35+
  • Next session meets Thursday, March 3 @ 6:30pm in the Social Hall
  • Info, RSVP, & WhatsApp at www.OZNY.org/WIN

STAY TUNED…
  • Feb. 25 - 26 Scholar in Residence with the renowned Rabbi Mordechai Becher: Wine & Dine, Dessert & Discuss, Drasha, Shalosh Seudos, and more!
  • Feb. 27 - UWS Blood Drive at LSS
  • Mar. 04 - Friday Night Live Oneg featuring Kasriel & Shani Kay: The Base
  • Mar. 11 - Youth Dept. Family Dinner & Game Night
  • Mar. 12 - Saturday Night Stand-Up - Melaveh Malkeh with Eli Lebowicz
  • Mar. 18 - March Madness Oneg

OZ: PESACH IN ORLANDO
  • Celebrate Passover in Orlando Florida with your OZ Friends & Elite Tours
  • Use code "OZMEMBER" and percentage of your payment supports OZ
  • Join SIR Micah Halpern's Seder + Get a copy of the 4 Sons Hagaddah
  • For more info, contact Discover@ozny.org

YEARN TO LEARN


SCHEDULE
 
Friday, February 18 (I Adar 17)
  • 5:16pm — Candle Lighting
  • 5:25pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
Shabbos, February 19 (I Adar 18)
Ki Tissa
  • 7:30am — Hashkama
  • 9:15am — Shacharis
  • Youth Groups
  • 4:30pm — Text & Context Class
  • 5:05pm — Mincha
  • 5:25pm — Shalosh Seudos
  • 6:15pm — Maariv
  • 6:25pm — Havdalah
Sunday, February 20 (I Adar 19)
  • Shacharis — 7:00am, 8:00am
  • 5:25pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
Monday, February 21 (I Adar 20)
Presidents Day
  • Rabbi’s Classes will meet
  • Shacharis — 7:00am, 8:00am
  • 5:25pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
Tuesday, Feb, 22 (I Adar 21) 
  • Shacharis — 6:10am , 7:00am, 8:00am
  • 5:25pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 8:00pm — Late Maariv
Wednesday, February 23 (I Adar 22)
  • Shacharis — 6:10am , 7:00am, 8:00am
  • 5:25pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 8:00pm — Late Maariv
Thursday, February 24 (I Adar 23)
  • Shacharis — 6:00am, 6:50am, 7:50am
  • 5:20pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 8:00pm — Late Maariv
Friday, February 25 (I Adar 24)
  • Shacharis - 6:10am , 7:00am, 8:00am
  • 5:24pm - Candle Lighting
  • 5:35pm - Zman Mincha Maariv
  • 6:30pm - Wine & Dine (by RSVP)
  • 9:00pm - Dessert & Discuss (Open to All)
 

Hashkama Minyan - Rabbi Blanchard's Blurb
  • When we are doing well in life, measuring our success [ counting resources and wealth, surveying our professional achievements, etc. ] may be very reassuring and even celebratory. Does this makes sense? While we are not responsible for our natural endowments or for the circumstances into which we are born, we can take some credit for our achievements due to the use that we have made of the gifts of our birth. Nonetheless, there is the risk that we will become arrogant, celebrating ourselves as"better" than others in a way that denigrates them. Also, the knowledge of our success may invite jealousy.  Some may wish  that our fortunes change and that we be laid as low as we now are high. So, we ask: How much of all the ups and downs of our condition is due to ourselves? to others? to the nature of the world? to G-d?  
  • Reflection Exodus 30:11-16 
 
Thu, May 19 2022 18 Iyyar 5782