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Weekly Parsha: Bechukosai

The Book of Vayikrah concludes with Moshe contrasting the different responses that will follow the Jews’ obedience or defiance of Hashem’s commandments. Obedience will lead to peace and prosperity; abundant crops; and protection from our enemies. Defiance will lead to (among other things, and in stages of increasing severity): plagues; enemy sieges; and national exile. However, if the Jews repent, Hashem promises to once again remember His covenant with the Patriarchs and accept us once again as His people.

Weekly Parsha: Bamidbar

BAMIDBAR I. Summary A. A Census Is Taken. During the second year after the Exodus, Hashem commanded Moshe and Aaron to conduct a census of male Israelites ages 20-60 (i.e., who were liable for military service). The census revealed 603,550 such men (Levites were excluded because of their special duties in connection with the Mishkon […]

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Emessaries: Bechukosai
Shabbos HaMevarchim

Shabbos Fri Jun 3

– Shachris: 5:45/6:45am
– Early Mincha: 6:19pm (prompt)
– Plag HaMincha: 6:32pm
Candlelighting: 7:41pm
– Mincha: 7:45

Shabbos Day, June 4
– Shachris: 7:00/8:45am
– Women’s Pirke Avos: 5:00pm
– Mussar: 6:50pm
– Mincha: 7:35pm
– Shabbos Ends/Candle Lighting/Maariv: 8:52pm

Shachris:

Sun May 29 6:45/7:30am
Mon May 30 6:45/7:30am Legal Holiday
Tue May 31 5:45/6:45am
Wed Jun 01 5:45/6:45am
Thu Jun 02 5:45/6:30am
Fri Jun 03 5:45/6:45am
Mincha: 7:45pm

Keylim Mikvah Closes: 7:10pm

June 2016 Calendar


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Note: May differ slightly from minhagei Anshe Emes.

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