HJC News – Re’ei / Rosh Chodesh

The Simcha Kiddush this Shabbos is co-sponsored by:

  • Rob and Jan Altshuler in honor of the birthdays of their grandchildren Rivka Esther Corbett and Zahava Corbett.
  • Jordan and Rochie Berkowitz in honor of the August birthdays of Eliyahu and Gavriella Berkowitz.
  • Rabbi Jason and Sandra Claude in celebration of the 98th birthday of Jason’s grandmother, Jean Avidon.
  • Edna Edelman in honor of the Yohrtzeit of her father, Avram Ben Esther.
  • Adam and Rena Gardin in honor of the birth of a girl born to Peter and Tova Kahn (Adam’s sister) of Brookline, Massachusetts.
  • Dr. Bela Glaser in memory of his parents Yahrzeit Janka and Samuel Glaser.
  • David and Devorah Goldblatt in honor of David’s Birthday and their Wedding Anniversary.
  • Rachel Gordon in honor of her father Chester Gordon’s Yahrzeit.
  • Bob and Debby Jacob in honor of their 35th Wedding Anniversary and the birthdays of Debby, daughter Jenny and son in law Randy.
  • Jack and Margarita Judkovich in honor of Jack’s Birthday.
  • Alla and Robert Kleyman in loving memory of Maya Chaya Bas Riva, Maya Angert.
  • Martin and Marla Lipman in honor of the birthdays of Chaya Mendelson, Moshe Mendelson and Sarah Lipman.
  • Stuart and Jennifer Mintz in honor of their 40th Wedding Anniversary.
  • Alex and Betty Schnittlinger in honor of the birth of their granddaughter Sorah Leeba Schnittlinger.
  • Irwin and Lorna Shulman in honor of their Wedding Anniversary and their granddaughter Miriam’s Birthday and Chuck and Sandra Zeitler’s Wedding Anniversary.
  • Chuck and Sandra Zeitler in honor of Jonathan and Brett Schultz’s Birthday. Also, in honor of Irwin and Lorna Shulman’s Wedding Anniversary.

Refuah Sheleimah to Lena Katz.

This Shabbos and Sunday is Rosh Chodesh Elul. That means Rosh Hashana is one month away.

The shul is making a wine order. Please place your order with Esther by September 19th at noon.

Please call the office to reserve your seats, place names of loved ones in the Yizkor Book, and reserve babysitting. Children who are not enrolled in babysitting ahead of time will not be able to use the service.

The Mishna Berura (Ch.584:S.K.8) quotes the great compendium on all Yomim Noraim matters, the Mateh Ephraim, as follows:

"It is appropriate for every G-d fearing man to make an effort to get an Aliyah on the Yomim Noraim (Rosh Hashana or Yom Kippur)…

"[And lest one think that there is something degrading about purchasing an Aliyah at such a holy time of year, the truth is] just the opposite: There is greater spiritual advantage in a Mitzvah that comes one’s way through monetary expenditure than in a Mitzvah that has come one’s way free of charge."

If you are interested in taking the initiative in acquiring this merit for yourself or someone else and investing in our Kehilla at the same time, please contact the office office, or Martin Lipman at Martin.Lipman

Starting this Sunday, in the spirit of Elul, I will once again type up some of my Torah thoughts on a website, called "This Shiur is About You". Anyone who is interested in following my posts should go to https://thisshiurisaboutyou.wordpress.com/, and sign up to receive emails of the newest posts.

Good Shabbos
Rabbi Davidovich
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Friday, September 2
Gemara Shiur will not meet
Shacharis 6:45 AM

Mincha 7:30 PM (Note the time)
Candle lighting 6:36 PM – 7:39 PM

Shabbos, September 3 (Re’ei-Rosh Chodesh)
Parsha Shiur will not meet

Shacharis 9:00 AM
Navi Shiur will not meet
Mincha 7:25 PM, followed by Shalosh Seudos
Shabbos ends 8:47 PM

Sunday, September 4 (Rosh Chodesh)
Shacharis 8:00 AM
Mishnayos Shiur will not meet

Mincha-Maariv 7:40 PM

Monday, September 5 (Labor Day) (Labour Day in Canada)
Shacharis 8:00 AM
Mishnayos Shiur 7:15 PM

Mincha-Maariv 7:40 PM

Tuesday-Thursday, September 6-8
Gemara Shiur 6:15 AM
Shacharis 6:45 AM
Mishnayos Shiur 7:15 PM
Mincha-Maariv 7:35 PM

Friday, September 9
Gemara Shiur 6:15 AM
Shacharis 6:45 AM

Candle lighting 7:27 PM
Mincha 7:30 PM

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