Shabbos Announcements 7/17/21
This coming motzai Shabbos is the fast of Tisha b’Av. I would like to review some basic scheduling and halachos that are important to remember. On Shabbos afternoon we will have one minyan for Mincha – 6:00 PM at HAC and 6:15 PM at the Stone Synagogue. My Shabbos afternoon class at 5:30 PM, will be on a Tisha B’Av related topic. Everyone will go home after Mincha and eat their seuda shlishis (shalosh seudos ) at home, making sure to finish eating by sunset which is 8:56 PM. After Shabbos is over, the following should be said. “baruch hamavdil bain kodesh l’chol”. Then we switch into our Tisha b’Av shoes and can drive to shule for Maariv at 9:55 pm followed by Eicha. We will recite the bracha of Borai Miorai Hahaish over a havdalah candle before reciting Eichah.
After the conclusion of Tisha B’Av, havdalah should be said. No need for besamim and a candle. Then one may eat. If someone is breaking their fast on Tisha b’Av, they should first make havdalah before eating. Once that havdalah is being recited, others not breaking their fast can hear the havdalah and then not have to recite it again after Tisha B’Av.
Have a great Shabbos and a meaningful and easy fast.
Candle Lighting: Earliest 7:24/Latest 8:39 pm
Stone 7:05/8:45 pm——HAC 7:05 pm
8:00 am—Bais Medrash followed by:
8:25 am Chumash Shiur by Dov Frankel
9:00 am—Main Shul
HAC 9:00 am
(Stone) Shabbos Youth Groups will not meet over the summer
(Stone) 5:15-6:15 pm Dr. Jeff Lautman’s shiur in Bais Medrash
(Stone) 5:30 pm Rabbi Burnstein’s class for men & women on a Tisha B’Av related topic.
Stone: 6:15 pm ONLY—– HAC: 6:00 pm
Shalosh Seudos: Must be completed by 8:56 pm
Motzei Shabbos: 9:46 pm
Maariv, 9:55 p.m. followed by Eicha
Only the “Borei Morei Ha’esh” blessing is recited over Havdalah after Ma’ariv
Tisha B’Av, Sunday, July 18
Stone Syn 7:30 Main Shul, 8:00 Bais Medrash & 9:30 Main Shul (kinos explanation at the 9:30 am minyan)
HAC: 7:30 am
Chatzos: 1:32 pm
Mincha (Stone & HAC): 8:30 pm (Remember to bring your Tallis & Tefillin)
Ma’ariv: 9:20 pm
Fast ends: 9:38 pm (See page 5 for Havdalah information)
Mon. & Thurs.6:40 am/ 7:50 am
Tues., Wed., Fri. 6:45 am/7:50 am
Tues., Wed., Fri. 6:45 am
Mon. & Thurs. 6:40 am
Weekday Mincha: 8:40 pm
Kollel: Mincha: 6 pm/Maariv: 9:30 pm
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INFORMATION ON ACCESSING YOUNG ISRAEL SHIURIM
Rabbi Naphtali Burnstein’s Shiurim
Sun.-Fri. 8:55 am Daf Yomi
Mishna Brura Shiur—2 different times:
Sun. – Thurs. 9 pm
Mon.-Fri. 7:45 am
Dirshu Mishna Brura is currently learning Hilchos Yom Kippur
If anyone is interested in joining or has any questions, please contact the Young Israel office.
Wednesday, 7:55 pm (before Mincha) Gemora Shiur
Sunday-Thursday: Shiur in Sefer Doniel 20 minutes before Mincha at HAC
Shabbos Day: 8:30 am Parshas HaShavuah
30 minutes before Maariv—Jewish History
Dr. Hillel Chiel’s Moreh Nevukhim shiur meets on Sundays at 9:15 AM via Zoom. The direct link to join is:
Meeting ID: 947 4347 0946
Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation
The Cleveland showing of the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation annual Tisha B’av video, will take place at the Hebrew Academy Oakwood Campus – 1516 Warrensville Center Rd. For further program information and times, or to purchase tickets online to view at home, please visit Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation Tisha Bav 2021
Opening Available at Kantina for Shomer Shabbos working mashgiach male/female. Please call Kantina 216 231-1079 or the Vaad office 440 347-0264
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