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OZ Weekly - Shemini 5782 + Views from the Pews, Delicious Kiddush, and the Annual Dinner!

03/25/2022 01:19:11 PM

Mar25

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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
  • Teachers: Phillipe Benedict, Rabbi Tsvi Blanchard, Joel Goldman, Rabbi Shlomo Gottesman, Micah Halpern, David Israel, Saul Lubetski, Rabbi Adam Resnick, and Dr. Nava Silton
  • Gabbaim: Shlomo Bar-Ayal, Joel Goldman, Daniel Leibler, George Lloyd, Allen Katz, Glenn Richter - and Rabbi Eliyahu Teitz & Joe Tuchman (Sukkah)

PRINTABLE PAGES & LEN'S LINKS
  • What's Happening @ O.Z. - Click HERE
  • Rabbi Jonathan Sacks z'l - Limits - Click HERE
  • Rabbi Norman Lamm z'l - Which Double Standard? - Click HERE
  • RZA HaMizrachi Weekly - click HERE
  • ArtScroll Shabbos Table Newsletter - Click HERE

PARDON OUR APPEARANCE

BULLETIN BOARD
  • Submit Announcements to office@ozny.org

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS

  • Lori Ainbinder
  • Mark Weiss

DELICIOUS KIDDUSH

  • Ronnie & Andy Schonzeit, commemorating the Yarzheit of Ronnie’s father Sidney Buchman — Shlomo Zalman ben Shraga Fivel z’l
  • Helen & Jake Guz, commemorating the Yarzheit of Jake’s mother Doris Guz — Esther Devorah bas Reb. Yacov HaCohen z’l

DAF YOMI SUNDAY

  • Danielle & Yoram Stone, commemorating the Yarzheit of Yoram’s grandfather Reuven ben Shlomo Yeruchum z’l
VIEWS FROM THE PEWS — HEAR FROM YOUR FELLOW MEMBERS
  • 3/26 - Dr. Jill Katz: Seder or Symposium? The Defining Role of Nirtzah
  • 4/02 - Shalosh Seudos feat. Larry Cantor: The Power of Speech & My Story
NEW SERIES SUPPORTS UKRAINE
  • The Jews of Ukraine with Micah Halpern
  • Wednesdays @ 7:45pm In-Person & On-Line
  • Each session starts with a brief situation update and analysis
    • 3/23 - Literature: Chaim Nachman Bialik, Shalom Aleichem, and Echad Ha'am
    • 3/30 - Politics - Ze'ev Jabotinsky, Golda Meir, Natan Sharansky
    • 4/06 - Religious - The Baal Shem Tov, Rav Nachman of Breslov, and the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch
  • Required RSVP supports Jewish Refugees - www.OZNY.org/Event/Ukraine
WE NEED YOU IN 2022!

YEARN TO LEARN
 
YOU CAN’T SPELL ZOOM WITHOUT O.Z.!

SCHEDULE

Fri., Mar. 25 (II Adar 22)

  • Shacharis — 6:10a , 7:00a, 8:00a
  • 6:55pm - Candle Lighting
  • 7:05pm - Minyan

Shabbos, March 26 (II Adar 23)
Shemini | Mevorchim | Parah

  • 7:30am — Hashkama
  • 8:45am — Haftorah Shiur in Social Hall
  • 9:15am — Shacharis, followed by Drasha - Dr. Jill Katz: Seder or Symposium? The Defining Role of Nirtzah
  • Youth Groups
  • Delicious Kiddush
  • 6:05pm — Text & Context
  • 6:45pm — Mincha
  • 7:05pm — Shalosh Seudos
  • 7:55pm — Maariv
  • 8:04pm — Havdalah
  • Don't forget to RSVP for the Annual Dinner!

Sunday, March 27 (II Adar 24)

  • Shacharis — 7:00am, 8:00am
  • 7:05pm — Zman Mincha Maariv

Monday, March 28 (II Adar 25)

  • Shacharis — 6:00a, 6:50a, 7:50a
  • 6:30pm — Annual Dinner @ Midtown Loft
  • 7:05pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
  • Classes are not meeting

Tuesday, March 29 (II Adar 26) 

  • Shacharis — 6:10a , 7:00a, 8:00a
  • 7:05pm — Zman Mincha Maariv

Wednesday, March 30 (II Adar 27) 

  • Shacharis — 6:10a , 7:00a, 8:00a
  • 7:05pm — Zman Mincha Maariv

Thursday, March 31 (II Adar 28) 

  • Shacharis — 6:00a , 6:50a, 7:50a
  • 7:05pm — Zman Mincha Maariv

Friday, April 1 (II Adar 29)

  • Shacharis — 6:10a , 7:00a, 8:00a
  • 7:02pm - Candle Lighting | 7:10pm - Minyan

Rabbi Blanchard's Blurb
  • How many universes do we inhabit? To be sure, there is the one we usually wake up to, the world of sense and matter, feeling and thought-- a world of past, present and future. Maybe there are also worlds with hidden meaning, or even  "spiritual universes" , beyond time and space, existing at higher levels, even intersecting with our own. There were cosmologists who believed in an infinite number of universes. Many traditionally religious people believe that there are at least two worlds--our own and the one we go to when we die. And if there are multiple realities,  maybe an act in one of them has significant consequences , for ill or for good, in another? What do you think? 
  • Reflections on Leviticus 10:1-2

 

 

 
 
Thu, May 19 2022 18 Iyyar 5782