Hamevasser – Parashat Kedoshim

| April 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

Kabalat Shabbat

Candle lighting- 19:00/ 7:00pm –
Mincha and Kabalat Shabbat- 19:00/ 7:00pm
Shacharit services- 8:45 am

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Events in our congregation

Bat Mitzvah

This coming Shabbat we are celebrating with the Nitzan family the Bat Mitzvah of Tamar. Mazal Tov to Tamar and the Nitzan family, as well as the happy uncle Jeremy Shochat

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Wanted – Kiddushim

Not every Shabbat do we have a celebration – a Bar-Mitzvah or Shabbat Hatan. We are looking for members who want to volunteer a Kiddush: to mark a personal celebration, to mark a jahrzeit – or just for the fun of it!!

Please contact Rav Barry to coordinate the Kiddush.

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Wanted!- Haftorah readers

We are looking for men and women who want the honor of reading a haftarah when there is no bar mitzvah.
Contact Rav Barry or Yiftah to choose a date. They will be happy help you to prepare.

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Bnei Mitzvah Calendar

Thursday, May 16 – Ariel Richman

Thursday, May 16 (Minchah) – Ido Levi

Thursday, May 30 – Yuval Mironi

Thursday, June 6 – Itay Meital

Thursday, June 27 – Elad Rashba

Thurdsay, July 4 – Samuel Cohen

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Adult Education

Woman’s Voice Series – Join us to learn modern midrashim from the book Dirshuni – Women interpretation of the Jewish sacred texts. Every Monday at 7:00pm

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Hazkarot/Yahrzeit

Father of Warren Green (Saturday, May 4)

Mother of Hava Meron (Monday, May 6)

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Kaddish

Members who want to recite Kaddish on the actual date of the Yahrzeit are invited to contact Rav Barry so that he can arrange a minyan.

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A few words from Rabbi Barry

Erev Shabbat Parashat Kedoshim – Erev Rosh Hodesh Iyar

Quickie Dvar Torah:

Our Parsha opens with the following:

Leviticus 19:1-2

(1) And God spoke unto Moshe, saying: (2) Speak unto all the congregation of the children of Israel, and say unto them: Ye shall be holy; for I the Lord your God am holy.

On this verse Rabbi Moshe Alshech (16th C. Tzefat) commented: “The easiest thing is to hide from the world and its follies, seclude oneself in a room, and be a holy hermit. What the Torah desires, however, is that a person should be part and parcel of ‘all the congregation of the children of Israel’ – and be holy.”

If we follow the Alshech’s instruction we will indeed be a blessing to the world, as God said to our ancestors: All the families of the earth shall bless themselves by you and your descendants.

Song of the week for Parshat Kedoshim

Everything is Holy- Shlomi Shabbat

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