KRA

Shabbat Yitro  February 17-18, 2017

 
 

Shabbat Yitro /
February 17-18, 2017

 

 
 

Candle lighting: 5:15 pm

Mincha / Kabbalat Shabbat / Maariv: 5:20 pm

Parsha class with Rabbi Mintz: 8:45 am

Morning services: 9:15 am

Speaker: Reuben Ebrahimoff

Kiddush / lunch following services

Mincha: 5:00 pm

Mr. Banks Memorial Talmud Class: 5:20 pm

Maariv: 6:05 pm

Shabbat ends: 6:15 pm

 

 

SPEAKER February 18, 2017
Reuben Ebrahimoff, “The Haftorahman”, will deliver the lecture in honor of the publication of his new book, From Your Lips to God’s Ears: The Book of Psalms.


KIDDUSH / LUNCH SPONSOR February 18, 2017
Kiddush / lunch is sponsored anonymously in honor of “The Haftorahman.”


UPCOMING SPEAKERS

February 25th: To be Announced
March 4th: Dr. Orit Avnery will deliver the lecture. Dr. Avnery is a lecturer in Bible at Shalem College and a research fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute’s Kogod Research Center for Contemporary Jewish Thought. An expert on biblical law and narrative, she is the author of two forthcoming works on the Books of Ruth and Esther.
March 11th: Dr. Magda Teter will deliver the lecture. Dr. Teter is Shvidler Chair in Judaic Studies and Professor of History at Fordham University.
March 18th: Tali Adler will deliver the lecture.


MAZAL TOV
Mazal tov to Reuben Ebrahimoff, “The Haftorahman”, on the publication of his book, From Your Lips to God’s Ears The Book of Psalms. The book can be ordered at http://www.fromyourlipstogodsears.com/


  1. OPPORTUNITY – REMINDER
    At the request of the U.S. Government, the International Rescue Committee has been resettling Syrian refugees in New Jersey.
    They’ve been doing excellent work with minimal resources; USG gives newly arrived refugees a one-time cash allowance of $925 per person. This money has to cover every living expense from rent and furniture, to clothing, transportation, food and utilities.
    The kids are required to wear uniforms for public school (K-12). At $50.00 per uniform, a family with three kids will spend $150. Most do not have laundry facilities at home, necessitating time and expense of laundering off site, which is hard to do with only one uniform per child.
    Parents work 60+ hours in minimum wage jobs to cover survival needs, leaving little room for other expenses. At present, IRC has about 1,200 children living in towns where uniforms are required.
    Most of these kids have been deprived of an education due to the conflicts which propelled their exodus. They’ve been dreaming of school and now have a chance to resume.
    Here is an opportunity for our KRA community to make a direct impact on people’s lives in a profound and seriously Tikkun Olam way.
    Our goal is to raise at least $5,000 for the uniforms.
    Please make your checks out to US Fund For UNICEF and send to:
    Rabbi Adam Mintz
    300 West End Ave.
    Apt. 7B
    New York, NY 10023

RESPONSE TO THE OU STATEMENT ON FEMALE CLERGY CO-AUTHORED BY RABBI MINTZ
Please see this response co-authored by Rabbi Mintz, Rabbi Yosef Adler, Rabbi Nathaniel Helfgot, Rabbi Chaim Marder and Rabbi Adam Starr at http://www.jewishlinknj.com/op-eds/17176-reflections-on-the-current-debate-on-women-s-professional-spiritual-leadership.


RABBI MINTZ’S WINTER LECTURE SERIES
Rabbi Mintz’s Winter Lecture has concluded. All the lectures can be accessed at https://livestream.com/jcc/RabbiMintzJewsandPolitics.
All of Rabbi Mintz’s lectures as well as source materials are available at www.rabbimintz.com.


HELP WITH MINYAN
Please be advised that we have been having trouble getting a minyan on time on Friday evenings and Shabbat afternoons. Please help KRA by attending these services.


DONATIONS AND CHECKS AND FACEBOOK
Please send all donations and checks to:
Paul Goldstein
180 West End Ave, 4C
New York, NY 10023
Please go to “Kehilat Rayim Ahuvim” on Facebook and “like” our page. This allows us to share our events with a wider audience.


KIDDUSH SPONSORSHIP
To sponsor a Kiddush please go to https://kra.shulcloud.com/payment.php.




 

Sun, 19 February 2017 23 Shevat 5777