Parshat Nitzavim

1) Shabbat Schedule

2) Kiddush Sponsor

3) Rosh Hashana Schedule

4) Volunteers Needed

5) Hosts Needed

1) Shabbat Schedule

Candles 5:50 PM

Mincha 6:15 PM

Kabalat Shabbat 6:30 PM

Shacharit 8:30 AM

Children’s Service 10:15 AM

D’var Torah by Rabbi Simcha Krauss 10:15 AM

Kiddush 11:00 AM

Shabbat Ends 7:05 PM

2) Rosh Hashana Schedule

Shacharit Erev Rosh Hashana (Monday Morning) 8:00 AM at Cheyl Nashim

Day I

Candles 5:51 PM

Mincha 6:20 PM

Ma’ariv 6:50 PM

Shacharit 7:45 AM

Babysitting begins 8:45 AM

Torah Reading 9:15 AM

Kiddush 9:45 AM

T’kiyat HaShofar 10:15 AM

Musaf 10:30 AM

Finish 1:00 PM

Mincha 5:45 PM

Tashlich 6:10 PM


Ma’ariv 6:50 PM

Shacharit 7:45 AM

Babysitting begins 9:00 AM

Torah Reading 9:15 AM

T’kiyat HaShofar 10:00 AM

Musaf 10:15 AM

Kiddush 12:45 PM

Mincha to follow Kiddush

3) Kiddush Sponsors

The kiddush this Shabbat (Nitzavim) is sponsored by Daniella Krauthamer in honor of her recent marriage to Zerach Lorenci.  Mazal Tov!

The kiddush first day Rosh Hashana is sponsored by the Lurie family in honor of Alan’s birthday. Mazal Tov!

Sponsorship for the second day of Rosh Hashana is available.

4) Volunteers Needed to Help with Set-up

Sunday night at 10 PM a team of volunteers is needed to help prepare the shul for Rosh Hashana.  If available and interested in helping out, please contact to give us an idea of how many people will be joining this effort.

5) Hosts Needed

As noted last week, a group of 18 year old students will be joining us for second day Rosh Hashana.  These students, spending the year in Israel as part of a b’nai akiva program, are from throughout the world, including the Jewish communities of the United States, Sweden, Italy, Denmark and Germany.  We are looking for individuals and families willing to host these students for lunch on the second day of Rosh Hashana.  We have already received a number of volunteers — thank you to the Passow, Wohlgelernter and Slivko families — but still need more.  Please e-mail to volunteer.

6) Thank you

Thank you to all those who participated in last Motzei Shabbat’s Slichot program.  Aside from being a wonderful event with hundreds of attendees, this program also collected thousands of shekels and numerous boxes worth of food for needy families in Jerusalem.  Tizku L’mitzvoth.


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