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Shabbat Vayera November 15-16, 2019

Shabbat Vayera
November 15-16, 2019




Candle lighting: 4:20 pm

Mincha / Kabbalat Shabbat / Maariv: 4:25 pm

Parsha class with Rabbi Mintz: 8:45 am

Morning services: 9:15 am

Speaker: Prof. Ed Greenstein

Kiddush/ lunch follows services

Mincha: 4:05 pm

Mr. Banks Memorial Talmud Class: 4:25 pm

Maariv: 5:10 pm

Shabbat ends: 5:20 pm


SPEAKER November 16, 2019
Prof. Ed Greenstein will deliver the lecture on the topic of "Job - Transjordanian Patriarch." Prof. Greenstein is Professor Emeritus of Bible at Bar Ilan University and the author of the recently published Job: A New Translation.

KIDDUSH /LUNCH SPONSOR November 16, 2019
Kiddush / Lunch is sponsored by Eric Raab in honor of the engagement of his son, Gabriel, to Amanda "AJ" Kanefsky of Woodmere and his daughter, Dina's successful completion of her CPA exams and by Adrienne Cooper and Arthur Adler in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Arthur's father, Harry Adler a"h.

November 23rd: Joel Cohen will deliver the lecture on his recently published book I Swear: The Meaning of an Oath.
November 30th:
Myriam Ackermann Sommer will deliver the lecture. Myriam is a student at Maharat and the founder of Ayeka, a Jewish study group meeting every week in the center of Paris in the library of the Centre Fleg, a historical Jewish institution for the youth near the Sorbonne and the Jewish district of le Marais.
December 7th: Danielle Pitkoff, Program Manager at Sacred Spaces and one of The Jewish Week's 36 Under 36 for 2019, will deliver the lecture.
December 14th: Rabbi David Stav, the founder of Tzohar, will deliver the lecture.
December 21st: Rabbi Mintz will deliver the lecture.

Mazal tov to Eric Raab on the engagement of his son, Gabriel, to Amanda "AJ" Kanefsky of Woodmere.

Rabbi Mintz will continue his lecture series on Tuesday evening November 19th at 8 pm at the Marlene Meyerson JCC. The topic of this series will be:
The Impact of American Society and Culture on American Rabbinic Responsa


Join us in the study of Tanakh at 929 English, an innovative online program which explores a new chapter of the Bible every day. Rabbi Adam Mintz is the Director of the global English initiative.

Click here to learn Tanakh along with the rest of the world and be engaged in this exciting study of the Bible.


Please send all donations and checks to:
Paul Goldstein
180 West End Ave, 4C
New York, NY 10023


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