Rabbi’s Message & YIGC Announcements for 5/19/18
Shalom Zachor at the Borchardt home, 14418 E. Carroll Blvd, at 9:30 pm.
Bris is at the Borchardt home on 2nd day of Shavuos (Monday) after davening at Young Israel, at approximately 12:00 pm
I hope everyone’s Yom Tov preparations are going well. In shule we are gearing up for we hope will be a very meaningful and inspirational Yom Tov. I hope you will join us for our tefilos and learning over the course of Shabbos and Yom Tov.
On the first night of Yom Tov we will have a Bais Medrash learning program, run by our Kollel, held in the lower level of the Stone Synagogue. There will be chavrusa learning and classes throughout the night. Refreshments will be served.
On Monday evening (the second day of Yom Tov), we will have our eighth annual Medical Panel Discussion By Medical Professionals. This year’s topic will be “Mental Health: A Look At Some Modern Day Addictions”. The program is at 7:00PM upstairs in our Bais Medrash. Refreshments will be served.
To add to the joyous ruach of Shabbos and Yom Tov, we will have an Aufruf in the shule on Shabbos and a Bris on the second day of Yom Tov.
Rabbi Lebovics will be leading an all night learning session at the Hebrew Academy branch. Mazel Tov to Rabbi and Mrs. Lebovics on the engagement of their son Shmuel Chaim.
Have a great Shabbos and Chag Someach.
Candle Lighting: Earliest 7:10 pm—–Latest 8:23 pm
Mincha: Stone 6:55 pm/8:30 pm————-HAC 6:55 pm
(Stone) Shacharis Hashkoma 8:00 am.
(Stone & HAC) 9:00 am
(Stone) Youth Minyan 9:30 am Lower Level.
(Stone Syn). Shabbos Childcare Groups: 10:30-11:15 am
Mincha: Stone/HAC 8:15 pm — Only one Mincha—No Shalosh Seudos in shul
Motzei Shabbos, EREV SHAVUOS
Maariv 9:24 pm
Candle lighting & preparations for Yom Tov no earlier than 9:32 pm.
All night learning with the YI Kollel at Stone Synagogue (Lower Level) and at HAC with Rabbi Lebovics
Sunday, 1st DAY SHAVUOS
Early Shacharis: 5:20 am at Stone/HAC (Sunrise: 6:03 am)
Shacharis: 9:00 am at Stone/HAC
Mincha: 8:25 pm
Ma’ariv: 9:25 pm
Candle lighting and preparations for the 2nd day Yom Tov after 9:33 pm
Monday, 2nd DAY SHAVUOS
Shacharis: Stone 8:00/9:00 am — HAC 9:00 am (Yizkor before Musaf)
Bnei Akiva Snif will be on Monday, 2nd day Shavuot at YI Lower Level, 6:30-7:30 for alef-zach (4th-8th grade)
(Stone) 7:00 pm Annual Shavuos Medical Panel in Bais Medrash
Mincha: (HAC) 8:25 pm followed by a deluxe Neilas HaChag
Ma’ariv: 9:26 pm
Yom Tov ends: 9:34 pm
(HAC) Sun.-Thurs. 20 minutes before Mincha: Rabbi Lebovics’ shiur
Mincha: Tues.-Thurs. 8:30 pm
Graduates of 8th grade, high school and college will be listed in our June Newsletter. Please send names into the office, and contact the office if you wish to be a sponsor at our June 9 Mevorchim/Graduate Kiddush.
10:15 am (after the 8:00 am minyan):
Rabbi Burnstein’s classes:
Rabbi Lebovics’ class:
Halacha Shiur for Women: Wednesday 8:20 pm at Klein home, 3507 Shannon Rd.
Mincha: 6 pm——————Maariv: 9:30 pm
Sun.-Thurs. Rabbi Baum’s Daf Yomi after YI Maariv
(Tuesday) 2:15 pm Rabbi Baum’s class for women on Mesilas Yesharim
(Tuesday) 8:45 pm Rabbi Borchardt’s Chumash class for high school boys
(Wednesday) 8:15 Chaburah with Rabbi Borchardt–laws of kiddush
Refuah Shelaima to:
Herb Schabes (Betzalel HaKohen ben Baila)
Sarah Rothner (Sora bas Roiza)
Goldy Pollak (Golda bas Devorah Ruchama)
Mazel Tov to:
(Stone) Kiddush is co-sponsored by :
Steve & Barbara Dlott in honor of Noah’s Auf Ruf and by Mendy & Marilyn Schachter in honor of their newest granddaughter, Shoshana Sora, and to commemorate the Yahrzeit of Mendy’s 4 half siblings who perished in Auschwitz.
(Hashkoma) Kiddush is sponsored by Ben & Giela Gellis in honor of Rabbi Moshe Berger and Dr. Jeff Lautman
(Youth Minyan) Kiddush is sponsored by Drs. Ari & Judy Mosenkis in honor of Rabbi Borchardt and the young men of the youth minyan for davening with decorum and showing proper respect for a Makom Tefillah.
(Hashkoma) Kiddush 2nd day Shavuos is sponsored by Jeff & Teri Lautman in memory of both sets of Jeff’s grandparents
We wish everyone a good Shabbos and good Yom Tov!