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Shabbat Vayelech Yom Kippur October 4-5, 2019


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Shabbat Vayelech
Yom Kippur
October 4-5, 2019




Candle lighting: 6:16 pm

Mincha / Kabbalat Shabbat / Maariv: 6:20 pm

Parsha class with Rabbi Mintz: 8:45 am

Morning services: 9:15 am

Speaker: Prof. Yair Lorberbaum

Kiddush/ lunch follows services

Mincha: 5:50 pm

Shabbat Shuva Drasha: 6:10 pm

Maariv: 7:10 pm

Shabbat ends: 7:16 pm


All services and classes will take place at Manhattan Day School 310 West 75th St. (between West End Ave and Riverside Dr.).

SPEAKER October 5, 2019
Prof. Yair Lorberbaum, member of the Law Faculty at Bar Ilan University and a member of the Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies, Columbia University will speak on the topic of "Ha-Keshet Be-Anan (The Rainbow in the Cloud): An Anger Management Device."

Rabbi Mintz will deliver the drasha on the topic of "Why Is the Yom Kippur Service So Long: The History of Piyyut". The Drasha is sponsored by Ann and Jonathan Dachs in memory of Ann's parents, Alice and Harold Turobiner a"h. Mr. Turobiner davened with us every Yom Kippur and we will miss him this year.

All High Holiday services will take place at Manhattan Day School, 310 West 75th St. Please make your seat reservations at

YOM KIPPUR SCHEDULE Tuesday October 8th - Wednesday October 9th
Mincha Erev Yom Kippur: 3:00 pm
Candle lighting: 6:09 pm
Kol Nidrei: 6:15 pm
Morning services: 8:30 am
Mincha: 4:30 pm
Neilah: 5:40 pm
Shofar and End of Fast: 7:08 pm
The breakfast is sponsored by Karen Heilig and Ivan Ciment

Book of Remembrance
Please submit names for the Book of Remembrance at
The deadline for submissions is Friday October 4th.

The renovations on the first floor of the Center are complete and the work on the second floor will begin over this weekend. However, due to the renovations, there will be no services at KRA, either on 72nd St or Manhattan Day School, on Shabbat October 12th or during the entire holiday of Succot. Services will resume in the newly renovated space at 241 West 72nd St. on Friday evening October 25th.


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.

Connie Rubin and Carl Wisotsky in honor of the engagement of Ariel Mintz and Ashley Stern
Connie Rubin and Carl Wisotsky in honor of the birth of Alan Katz's granddaughter


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


To sponsor a Kiddush please go to You can also pay via credit card or by mailing a check to Paul Goldstein at the address above.


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