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OZ Weekly: Ki Tissa 5783 / Parah

03/10/2023 12:44:12 PM

Mar10


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LEN'S LINKS


  • ArtScroll Shabbos Table - click HERE   
  • RZA HaMizrachi Parsha - click HERE
  • Rabbi Dr. Lamm z'l - click HERE
  • Anshe Divrei Torah - click HERE
  • Rabbi Jonathan Sacks z'l - click HERE
  • YUTorah in Print - click HERE

YAD LEAH CLOTHING DRIVE - CLICK THE PIC



BULLETIN BOARD


  • PARDON OUR APPEARANCE WHILE WORK IS COMPLETED IN LOBBY & STAIRWELL AREAS

Mazel Tov

  • Johanna & Robbie Herskowitz, on the wedding of their daughter Daniella and Isaac Inkeles
  • Rabbi Daniel & Chaviva Wolff, on the engagement of their daughter Tali & Yonadav Rimbert
  • Pesia Miller, on the engagement of her grand daughter Gitty Miller to Michael Hartman

Condolences

  • Moshe & Dahlia Bellows and family, on the passing of Moshe’s father Shael Bellows z’l

Delicious Kiddush

  • The community is invited to join a Gala Kiddush by Robbie & Johanna Herskowitz celebrating the Sheva Brachot of their daughter Daniella  and Isaac Inkeles

Hashkama Kiddush

  • Ariel Hoffman, in honor of the OZ Community

Youth Groups Notice

  • This weekend, the downstairs classroom will be closed this weekend, all groups will meet on the second & third floors

Save the Date — Scholar in Residence Weekend on March 24-25 with Rabbi Josh Berman

  • Featuring Friday Night Chai Dinner — RSVP at www.OZNY.org/Berman

Upcoming Events — www.OZNY.org/Events 

  • Sunday    March 12 9:00a    Yad Leah Clothing Drive    RSVP : www.YadLeah.org/UWS
  • Shabbat    March 18 11:15a    Views from the Pews    Featuring Charles Savenor
  • Shabbat    March 18 6:45p    OZ Annual Poetry Slam    Sponsor: www.OZNY.org/Slam
  • Wedne.    March 22 6:30p    WIN: Chodesh Nissan    RSVP: www.OZNY.org/WIN
  • Wedne.    March 22 8:00p    Women’s Wellness    RSVP: www.OZNY.org/Wellness
  • Friday    March 31 8:00p    OZ 30 & 40 Wine & Dine    RSVP: www.OZNY.org/3040
  • Sunday    April 2    10:00a    Pre-Pesach Mitzvah Morning & Kids’ Crafts - Details TBA
  • Wedne.    May 10    RSVP for NORPAC Mission to D.C.    Sign-up at www.NORPAC.net

SCHEDULE


Friday, March 10 (Adar 17)
5:39pm Candle Lighting
5:50pm Zman Minyan w/Chazan Ari Mandelbaum
7:00pm Teen "Meat & Greet" Dinner @ Nava & Ariel

Shabbos, March 11 (Adar 18)
7:30am Hashkama in Main Shul
8:45am Haftorah Class in Social Hall
9:15am Main Minyan w/Chazan Ari Mandelbaum
9:30am Youth Groups in School Building
4:40pm Text & Context: Parsha
4:40pm Afternoon Groups 
5:20pm Mincha
5:40pm Men's Daf Yomi
5:40pm Shalosh Seudos w/Charles Gross: NORPAC
6:40pm Maariv
6:48pm Havdalah
CHANGE THE CLOCK: SPRING FORWARD

Sunday, March 12 (Adar 19)
7:00am Shacharis
8:00am Shacharis
8:45am Men's Daf Yomi
9:00am Yad Leah Clothing Drive in Library
6:50pm Zman Mincha Maariv

Monday, March 13 (Adar 20)
6:05am Shacharis
6:50am Shacharis
7:00am Men's Daf Yomi
7:50am Shacharis
6:50pm Zman Mincha Maariv
8:00pm Monday Night Mishmar: Tanach on ZOOM

Tuesday, March 14 (Adar 21)
6:10am Shacharis
7:00am Men's Daf Yomi
7:00am Shacharis
8:00am Shacharis
6:50pm Zman Mincha Maariv
7:30pm TNLP on Zoom 

Wednesday, March 15 (Adar 22)
6:10am Shacharis
7:00am Men's Daf Yomi
7:00am Shacharis
8:00am Shacharis
2:00pm Tzurba: Kosher
6:50pm Zman Mincha Maariv

Thursday, March 16 (Adar 23)
6:05am Shacharis
6:50am Shacharis
7:00am Men's Daf Yomi
7:50am Shacharis
6:50pm Zman Mincha Maariv

Friday, March 17 (Adar 24)
6:10am Shacharis
7:00am Men's Daf Yomi
7:00am Shacharis
8:00am Shacharis
6:47pm Candle Lighting
6:55pm Zman Mincha Maariv 


RABBI BLANCHARD'S BLURB


  • In the Walt Disney film Dumbo, the main character is an elephant who can fly with his enormous ears. He is convinced, however, that he can do so only by means of a magic feather. Once while flying, Dumbo drops the feather, panics, and starts to fall. His friend, a mouse, saves them both by insisting to Dumbo that he could fly by himself without the feather. Dumbo makes a successful effort to fly on his own because he loves his friend. On one Rabbinic interpretation, the Israelites mistakenly feared that Moses's failure to return from the mountain at the expected time meant he was dead or had abandoned them and they began substituting and even worshiping a Golden Calf.  Why did they lack confidence in their own relationship with God? Was there a love that might have saved them? 
  • We, too, have moments when we fear that we have lost the people or beliefs that have led us successfully in our lives. What love might drive us to take risks necessary to rediscover our confidence and ability? 
  • Reflections on Exodus 32ff
Fri, June 21 2024 15 Sivan 5784