HJC News – Shemos

Refuah Sheleima to Mike Swirski, Sofie Hofmann and Harold Shachter.

Shalosh Seudos this week is sponsored by Jack and Margarita Judkovich in memory of their parents.


Deena Davidovich’s Monday morning women’s class has started a new topic: “Ethics of our Fathers, For Mothers”, studying Pirkei Avos, looking at applying its lessons to wives and mothers.  Please join Deena on Monday mornings at 9:15AM at 3791 Severn Rd. All women are welcome, along with young children. 

Rabbi Tsvi Schur has just released a new book, “Moments of Inspiration”. I have read it and I think it is a “must-own” and a “must-read” for everyone, especially anyone who knew his father and wants a taste of that sweetness, strength and inspiration that Rabbi Doniel Schur zt”l offered to so many for so long.  The book is available at Franks. 

Mincha is getting later. However, a number of our Mincha-Maariv regulars are still unable to join us at that time of day.  If you are available to join us for Mincha-Maariv, please do so, even if you usually daven elsewhere during the week.

Good Shabbos,
Rabbi Davidovich
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Friday, January 13
  Candle lighting     5:00 PM  

  Mincha              5:05 PM

Saturday, January 14 (Shemos)

  Parsha class   8:30 AM
  Shacharis   9:00 AM
  Navi class   4:20 PM
  Mincha       4:50 PM  (Followed by Shalosh Seudos)
  Shabbos ends   6:10 PM


The Week of January 15 through 20
  

  Shacharis

   Sunday        8:00 AM
   Monday through Friday    6:45 AM
        
  Mincha-Maariv
    Sunday through Friday   5:10 PM
     Friday Candle Lighting    5:08 PM
Learning Opportunities
  Mishnayos:    Sunday through Thursday after Maariv
  Gemara:      Monday through Friday 6:15 AM
  Chumash Rashi:   Sunday through Friday after Shacharis
  Mesilas Yesharim Highlights:  During Shalosh Seudos
  Gemara shiur with Rabbi Kirsch:   Sunday evening at 8:30 PM for men
  Ethics of our Fathers for Mothers with Deena Davidovich: Monday 9:15 AM for women at 3791 Severn
  

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