HJC News – Vayak’hel

Our heartfelt Condolences to Sarah Greenberg, and Fred and Katia Bolotin, on the passing of Joe Greenberg.  The funeral will take place this Sunday at 2pm at Berkowitz-Kumin, with burial at Zion Memorial Park.  

Shiva will be at the Greenberg home, 4410 University Parkway through Friday afternoon.

Shiva Hours: Sunday until 9pm, Monday through Thursday 12pm to 5pm and 7pm to 9pm, Friday 12pm until 3:00pm. There will be no minyanim at the home. 

Shalosh Seudos this week is sponsored by Martin and Marla Lipman in memory of Marla’s mother. We will discuss the life of rabbi Moshe Aharon Stern, Mashgiach of the Kaminetz Yeshiva.  

Save the date: Our next Hot Topics Breakfast is next Sunday March 6 at 9:15am. All questions and all topics are welcome and encouraged.

Save the date: Heights Jewish Center will be having a Purim Seuda Brunch on Sunday March 20 after the 10am second Megilla reading. Please contact the office to make reservations.

Heights Jewish Center is selling Purim cards. Send them to your friends, neighbors and family.  Each card bought helps support the shul. To order your cards, contact the office.

Heights Jewish Center is planning for our second annual book fair. If you have any books to donate, please drop them off to the office during office hours. Please e-mail booksale@hjcs.orgif you have any questions or would like to help out.  

Good Shabbos 

Rabbi Davidovich

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Friday evening, February 25      

  Mincha   6 PM
  Candle lighting   5:55 PM

Saturday, February 26 (Vayakhel)      

  Parsha class   8:30 AM
  Shacharis   9:00 AM
  Navi class   5:15 PM
  Mincha-Shalosh Seudos-Ma’ariv   5:45 PM
  Shabbos ends   7:04 PM

Sunday, February 27      

  Shacharis   8:00 AM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv-Mishnayos   6:00 PM

Monday-Thursday, February 27-March 3      

  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv-Mishnayos   6:00 PM

Friday, March 4      

  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM
     

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