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Month: June 2011

HJC News – Korach

Mazel Tov to Michael and Yael Moss on the birth of a boy.  There will be a Shalom Zachor at the Moss home, 4426 Silsby tonight after the Seuda.   


This week at Shalosh Seudos, we will continue discussing Chapter 5 of Pirkei Avos, and speak about Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the seventh Lubavitcher Rebbe, whose yohrtzeit is the 3rd of Tammuz.

This Shabbos is Shabbos Mevorchim.  Rosh Chodesh Tammuz is next Shabbos and Sunday.

Shaul Wylen is sitting Shiva at his apartment 2175 Kerwin Apt 308, for his father, until Monday morning. Shacharis there is at 8am on Sunday, and 7am on Monday.  Mincha Maariv on Sunday will be at 8:45pm.   

Next Sunday, July 3, Rosh Chodesh Tammuz, we will have our Ask-The-Rabbi Hot Topics breakfast, at 9:15am. Bring your appetites and questions.  Sponsorship of the Breakfast is still open.


Sunday July 17 at 9am, there will be a General Meeting of the Shul Membership at which time breakfast will be served, and at which time the Nominating Committee will make its recommendations for Officers and Board Members ahead of the October Election.  This meeting is the only opportunity for members in good standing to make nominations for the Board or officers.  All members of the Shul are encouraged to attend.

The recordings of the three classes of the recent series “The Phenomenon of Baalei Teshuva – Halacha, Challenges and Successes” are now available online, for listening and download. The internet address is available by request only.


The school year is over and there are many children running and biking and playing all over.  Please drive more carefully than usual, and be especially careful when getting into and out of driveways.   Make sure that your children and grandchildren are especially careful when crossing streets and intersections.


Good Shabbos
Rabbi Davidovich

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Friday, June 24   (Fete Nationale du Quebec) 
   

  Mincha   7:15 PM

  Candle lighting early   7:30 PM
  Candle lighting late   8:46 PM


Saturday, June 25 (Korach)      

  Parsha class   8:30 AM
  Shacharis   9:00 AM
  Latest Shema   9:41 AM
  Navi class   8:05 PM
  Mincha-Shalosh Seudos-Ma’ariv   8:35 PM
  Shabbos ends   9:54 PM

Sunday, June 26 

  Shacharis   8:00 AM

  Mishnayos  8:20 PM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv   8:50 PM


Monday-Thursday, June 27-30     

  
  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM
  Mishnayos  8:20 PM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv   8:50 PM


Friday, July 1  (Canada Day) 

   

  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM
  Mincha   7:15 PM

  Candle lighting early   7:30 PM
  Candle lighting late   8:46 PM


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Condolences

Our condolences to Shaul Wylen on the passing of his father, Dennis Wylen.  

Shiva will be at Shaul’s home, 2175 Kerwin Rd. Apt. 308 from tonight (Wednesday night) through Monday morning. 


Shacharis: 7am, including Monday morning.
Mincha/Maariv: 8:45pm. 


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HJC News – Shelach

Kiddush this Shabbos is sponsored by Avraham and Dina Rossio.


This week at Shalosh Seudos, we will continue discussing Chapter 5 of Pirkei Avos, and speak about R’ Yisrael Gustman, whose yohrtzeit is the 18th of Sivan.

The recordings of the three classes of the recent series “The Phenomenon of Baalei Teshuva – Halacha, Challenges and Successes” are now available online, for listening and download. The internet address is available by request only.

Sunday July 17 at 9am, there will be a General Meeting of the Shul Membership at which time breakfast will be served, and at which time the Nominating Committee will make its recommendations for Officers and Board Members ahead of the October Election.  This meeting is the only opportunity for members to make nominations for the Board or officers.  All members of the Shul are encouraged to attend.

Good Shabbos
Rabbi Davidovich
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Friday, June 17   
   

  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM
  Mincha   7:15 PM

  Candle lighting early   7:28 PM
  Candle lighting late   8:44 PM


Saturday, June 18 (Shelach)      

  Parsha class   8:30 AM
  Shacharis   9:00 AM
  Latest Shema   9:39 AM
  Navi class   8:05 PM
  Mincha-Shalosh Seudos-Ma’ariv   8:35 PM
  Shabbos ends   9:53 PM

Sunday, June 19 

  Shacharis   8:00 AM

  Mishnayos  8:20 PM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv   8:50 PM


Monday-Thursday, June 20-23      

  
  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM
  Mishnayos  8:20 PM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv   8:50 PM


Friday, June 24   

   

  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM
  Mincha   7:15 PM

  Candle lighting early   7:30 PM
  Candle lighting late   8:46 PM

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Jack Mandel A"H.

We regret to inform you of the passing of our dear friend, Jack Mandel, longtime and very beloved member of our shul. 

The funeral is on Tuesday, June 14 at 10:00 am at Berkowitz-Kumin. Burial at Sinai Cemetery.

Shiva will be at the home of Jack’s daughter, Debby Jacob, 23312 Greenlawn Ave. in Beachwood until Monday morning.

Shiva hours are as follows:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday:  1:00-5:00 pm and 7:00-9:00 pm.
Friday:  1:00-4:00 pm

There are no Shiva hours on Motzei Shabbos.

There are no minyanim at the Shiva house.

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HJC News – Beha’aloscha

Kiddush this Shabbos is sponsored by Steve and Beth Baker in honor of Andrea’s last day of work at Heights Jewish Center and in honor of her high school graduation. Have a Good Shabbos.


This week at Shalosh Seudos, we will continue discussing Chapter 5 of Pirkei Avos, and speak about R’ Yerucham Levovitz, the Mirrer Mashgiach, whose yohrtzeit is the 18th of Sivan.

The recordings of the three classes of the recent series “The Phenomenon of Baalei Teshuva – Halacha, Challenges and Successes” are now available online, for listening and download. The internet address is available by request only.

Good Shabbos
Rabbi Davidovich
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Friday, June 10      

  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM

  Mincha   7:10 PM

  Candle lighting early   7:25 PM
  Candle lighting late   8:41 PM


Saturday, June 11 (Beha’aloscha)      

  Parsha class   8:30 AM
  Shacharis   9:00 AM
  Latest Shema   9:38 AM
  Navi class   8:00 PM
  Mincha-Shalosh Seudos-Ma’ariv   8:30 PM
  Shabbos ends   9:50 PM

Sunday, June 12 

  Shacharis   8:00 AM

  Mishnayos  8:20 PM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv   8:50 PM


Monday-Thursday, June 13-16      

  
  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM
  Mishnayos  8:20 PM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv   8:50 PM



Friday, June 17   

   

  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM
  Mincha   7:15 PM

  Candle lighting early   7:28 PM
  Candle lighting late   8:44 PM

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HJC News – Shavuos

TIKUN LEIL SHAVUOS SCHEDULE 

12 AM  The themes of Shavuos: How we know that Shavuos is Zman Matan Toraseinu 

1:30 AM Insights into Megillas Rus  

2:30 AM The relationship between Learning Torah and Krias Shema 

4:00 AM  Two days of Shavuos  

Good Yom Tov
Rabbi Davidovich
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Tuesday, June 7 (Erev Shavuos)      

  Candle lighting   8:39 PM
  Mincha    8:45 PM

  Kiddush   9:47 PM
  Tikun Leil Shavuos  12:00 AM

Wednesday, June 8 (First Day of Shavuos)      

  Early Shacharis   5:15 AM

  Sunrise 5:52 AM
  Shacharis   9:00 AM
  Latest Shema   9:38 AM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv   8:45 PM
  Candle lighting  9:48 PM  (from an existing flame) 

Thursday, June 9 (Second Day of Shavuos)      

  Shacharis   9:00 AM
  Latest Shema   9:38 AM
  Yizkor after   10:30 AM
  Mincha, followed by Neilas Hachag   8:40 PM
  Yom Tov ends   9:49 PM

Friday, June 10      

  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM

  Mincha   7:10 PM

  Candle lighting early   7:25 PM
  Candle lighting late   8:41 PM

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HJC News – Naso and Shavuos

Last year, I wrote a Torah column that appeared in the Cleveland Jewish News for a few weeks.  Last year’s Shavuos column can be found here:  http://is.gd/c8Pts

This week at Shalosh Seudos, we will continue discussing Chapter 5 of Pirkei Avos, and speak about the Baal Shem Tov, whose yohrtzeit is on Shavuos.  

Our Ask-the-Rabbi Hot Topics Breakfast is this Sunday at 9am!  Please bring your appetites and any questions on any topic.

If anyone has any topics they would like to learn on Shavuos night, this is your last chance to let me know.

Good Shabbos and Good Yom-Tov,

Rabbi Davidovich
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Friday evening, June 3

  Mincha   7:10 PM
  Candle lighting early   7:22 PM
  Candle lighting late   8:37 PM

Saturday, June 4 (Naso)      

  Parsha class   8:30 AM
  Shacharis   9:00 AM
  Latest Shema   9:39 AM
  Navi class   7:55 PM
  Mincha-Shalosh Seudos-Ma’ariv   8:25 PM
  Shabbos ends   9:45 PM

Sunday, June 5      

  Shacharis   8:00 AM

  Mishnayos  8:15 PM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv   8:45 PM

Monday, June 6      

  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM

  Mishnayos  8:15 PM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv   8:45 PM

Tuesday, June 7 (Erev Shavuos)      

  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM
  Candle lighting   8:39 PM
  Mincha    8:45 PM
  Tikun Leil Shavuos  12:00 AM

Wednesday, June 8 (First Day of Shavuos)      

  Early Shacharis   5:15 AM
  Shacharis   9:00 AM
  Latest Shema   9:38 AM
  Mincha-Ma’ariv   8:45 PM
  Candle lighting  9:48 PM  (from an existing flame) 

Thursday, June 9 (Second Day of Shavuos)      

  Shacharis   9:00 AM
  Latest Shema   9:38 AM
  Yizkor after   10:30 AM
  Mincha, followed by Neilas Hachag   8:40 PM
  Yom Tov ends   9:49 PM

Friday, June 10      

  Gemara class   6:15 AM
  Shacharis   6:45 AM

  Mincha   7:10 PM

  Candle lighting early   7:25 PM
  Candle lighting late   8:41 PM

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Tonight at 7:40pm: Baalei Teshuva and their Communities

The community is invited to Heights Jewish Center
today, Wednesday, June 1 
at 7:40pm, for 

The Phenomenon of Baalei Teshuva 
Halacha, Challenges and Successes
Part Three
Baalei Teshuva and their communities.  

Attendance at the previous classes is not necessary.  

This series is for everyone, not only Baalei Teshuva.  Especially this week, when dealing with Communities, there are a number of points also relevant to long-time members of the Orthodox Community.  
All men and women are encouraged to attend.

 

The series is sponsored by Steve and Beth Baker 

in memory of Beth’s mother, Esther bas Yaakov.

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