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OZ Weekly - Tazria 5782 + Views from the Pews, Delicious Kiddush, + Prepare for Pesach

04/01/2022 12:49:10 PM

Apr1

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  • What's Happening @ O.Z. - Click HERE
  • Anshe Printable Divrei Torah - click HERE
  • Rabbi Jonathan Sacks z'l - Is There Good Speech? - Click HERE
  • Rabbi Norman Lamm z'l - Jewish Mothers - Click HERE
  • RZA HaMizrachi Weekly - click HERE
  • ArtScroll Shabbos Table Newsletter - Click HERE

PARDON OUR APPEARANCE

BULLETIN BOARD
ANNUAL DINNER & COMMUNITY CELEBRATION
MAZEL TOV     
  • Suzanne & Bill Kukielka, on the Bar Mitzvah of their son Jonah — welcome to all the visitors and guests celebrating this Simcha!
DELICIOUS KIDDUSH
  • Suzanne & Bill Kukielka and Family, celebrating the Bar Mitzvah of their son Jonah
SHALOSH SEUDOS
  • Rachel Feinerman & Steven Weiss, celebrating the Bar Mitzvah of their son Ethan
  • Jesse Grodman & Zahava Moskowitz, for his Aufruf and their upcoming wedding
SHABBOS CHAI SPONSOR
  • Anonymous, wishing Happy Birthday to Ilana Katz
MONDAY NIGHT CLASSES WITH RABBI ALLEN SCHWARTZ
  • Debora Family, for the Yarzheit of David’s mother Leah bas Dovid Shlomo z’l
UPPER WEST SIDE CLOTHING DRIVE
  • Ohab Zedek, Lincoln Square, and Shearith Israel co-host the event on Sunday, April 3, 2022 from 9a to 1p: drop-off at Lincoln Square Synagogue
SUPPORT UKRAINE + NEW SERIES & UPDATE WITH MICAH HALPERN
  • Wednesdays at 7:45p - In-Person & On-Zoom | All Proceeds Support Ukraine
  • Last Session - April 6: Famous Jewish Religious Leaders from Ukraine
 

PESACH IS COMING…
  • Chametz Sale forms are available in the lobby, office, and online HERE 
  • Shabbos April 9, 2022
    • Shabbos HaGadol Drasha at Shacharis with Rabbi Allen Schwartz: Textualism & Originalism in the Haggadah
    • HaGadol Chai Kiddush - celebrate your Spring Milestones at www.OZNY.org/Event/HaGadol5782
    • Shalosh Seudos, featuring 'Views from the Pews' with Charles Gross: "An Outstretched Arm: Reflections on the recent NORPAC Mission to Washington DC"
  • Sunday, April 10, 2022
    • Pre-Pesach Mitzvah Morning starts at 9:00am, featuring Chametz Sale, Mezuzah Checking & Sale, Shaatnez Testing, Utensil Kashering, Maos Chittim, Haggadah Sale, Kids Crafts, and More...
    • Annual Haggadah Highlights at 8:00pm on ZOOM featuring short Divrei Torah for your Seder with Rabbi Schwartz, Rabbi Tsvi Blanchard, Rabbi Stephen Friedman, Rabbi Eliyahu Teitz - moderated by Rabbi Jack Varon. RSVP for free at www.OZNY.org/Event/Highlights2022
  • Monday, April 11, 2022
    • Prepare for Pesach with Rabbi Allen Schwartz on Zoom
    • www.OZNY.org/Event/PrePesach2022: Links + Source Sheets
    • 8:00pm - Pesach in Tanach
    • 9:15pm - Mitzvah Chaburah: Bedikas Chametz
 

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SCHEDULE
 
 
  • SAY HELLO TO SOMEONE YOU DON’T KNOW!
Fri., April 1, 2022 (II Adar 29, 5782)
  • Shacharis — 6:10a , 7:00a, 8:00a
  • 7:02pm - Candle Lighting
  • 7:10pm - Minyan
Shabbos, April 2 (Nissan 1)
Shabbos Tazria, 
Rosh Chodesh Nissan, Parshas HaChodesh
  • 7:30am — Hashkama
  • 8:45am — Haftorah Shiur (Social Hall)
  • 9:15am — Shacharis
  • Youth Groups
  • Delicious Kiddush
  • 6:15pm — Text & Context
  • 6:55pm — Mincha
  • 7:15pm — Shalosh Seudos, featuring Larry Cantor: The Power of Speech
  • 8:05pm — Maariv
  • 8:12pm — Havdalah
Sunday, April 3 (Nissan 2)
  • Shacharis — 7:00am, 8:00am
  • 9:00am — UWS Clothing Drive (@ LSS)
  • 7:10pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
Monday, April 4  (Nissan 3)
  • Shacharis — 6:00a, 6:50a, 7:50a
  • 7:10pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
Tuesday, April 5 (Nissan 4) 
  • Shacharis — 6:10a , 7:00a, 8:00a
  • 7:10pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
Wednesday, April 6 (Nissan 5) 
  • Shacharis — 6:10a , 7:00a, 8:00a
  • 7:10pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
Thursday, April 7 (Nissan 6) 
  • Shacharis — 6:00a , 6:50a, 7:50a
  • 7:10pm — Zman Mincha Maariv
Friday, April 8 (Nissan 7)
  • Shacharis — 6:10a , 7:00a, 8:00a
  • 7:10pm - Candle Lighting
  • 7:20pm - Minyan

Rabbi Blanchard's Blurb
  •  
    Redemption means liberation from  being the captive of a harmful, painful, or distressing situation. It also suggests finding one's proper place in the world. We may be redeemed as an individual, as a family, as a People, as a nation, even as a universe. The story of both liberation and finding one's place unites the past, the present and the future. It is a narrative at once both physical and spiritual, subjective and objective, sacred and profane.   The redeeming moment is an instant in which things will either come together or explode. Once we have been redeemed, we seek to relive that moment, returning again and again to it ---remembering it, celebrating it, understanding it. But it eludes our grasp and we know that we will  have to return. 
  • First Reflections on the Passover Haggadah
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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