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Upcoming Schedule of Services and Programs

Chanukat Habayit and Dedication of Ohel Yosef

Shabbat Parshat Vayeitzei, December 3rd - Sunday, December 4th

Join us for a special weekend of celebration and community

  • Shabbat morning: Gala Kiddush following 9:15 AM services

  • Shabbat afternoon (adults): Shiur with Nachman Mazurek in Ohel Yosef at 4:30 PM

  • Shabbat afternoon (youth): Seudah Shlishit in Social Hall 4:45-5:15 PM

  • Motzaei Shabbat: Musical Havdalah and Dancing the Torahs into Ohel Yosef- 5:30 PM

  • Saturday night Community program: 6:15 PM- 7 PM (Youth Program in Social Hall)

  • Sunday morning: Special Community Breakfast, YIOZ Committee Fair, General Membership meeting: 9 AM


All services are held in our new sanctuary, Ohel Yosef - 6015 Riverdale Avenue

Shabbat Parshat Vayeitzei

December 2-3, 2022- 9 Kislev 5783

Friday, December 2

Candles: 4:10 PM

Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat/Ma'ariv: 4:20 PM

Shabbat, December 3 

Shacharit: I. 7:45 AM  II. 9:15 AM (Zman Keriat Shema: 9:21 AM)

Youth Groups begin at 10:00 AM 

Chanukat Habayit Kiddush sponsored by Seth Botnick and Rachel Neuman in honor of Lee Botnick and Josh Neuman's boundless dedication to the shul's construction & capital campaign

Seth Botnick and Rachel Neuman will share words of Torah and tribute prior to kiddush

High School Shiur with Nachman Mazurek: 3:45 PM Topic: Chanukah

Mincha: 4:15 PM

Shabbat afternoon (adults): Shiur with Nachman Mazurek in Ohel Yosef at 4:30 PM

Shabbat afternoon (youth): Youth Seudah Shlishit in Social Hall 4:45-5:15 PM

Ma'ariv/Shabbat ends: 5:10 PM  

Musical Havdalah and Dancing the Torahs into Ohel Yosef- 5:30 PM

Community program: 6:15 PM- 7 PM (Youth Program in Social Hall), followed by refreshments

Upcoming Adult Education

Special Lecture with Rabbi Alex Israel

Rabbi Alex Israel – World Mizrachi

Wednesday, December 7th at 8pm, 10 Ellsworth Ave. (Danishefsky/Sugarman home) 

The Morality of Violence: Jewish Power and its Dangers

A rape, and a massacre. This is the story of Dinah, Simeon and Levi. After the rape of their sister, Simeon and Levi kill the perpetrator and his entire town. Does the Bible condemn, or laud this violence?  This will give us an opportunity to reflect upon violence and the challenge of wielding power in the context of the State of Israel.

Sat, December 3 2022 9 Kislev 5783