Saturday, August 19

9:00am: Shacharit
11:00am: Drasha

6:15pm: Gemara Class

6:50pm: Perek

7:20pm: Mincha

8:29pm: Maariv

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New Hebrew Class - Sundays @ 11am

with Roni Mossiyov
Cost: $50 for 10 classes.
To reserve, call the office. The class is attracting many students!

The class had over
20 participants. Don't miss this opportunity

to learn the Holy tongue!

(lashon Hakoddesh)!!

Join in.



Introduction to jewish thought

with rabbi kraft

sundays @ 11am


Insights Into The Weekly Parsha

Rabbi Algaze’s Wed. evening class @ 8 pm.
Join for an exploration of the Biblical text, explaining Hebrew words and insights

from our sages.

Friday, August 11

7:41pm: Candle Lighting

7:00pm: Mincha



 


Saturday, August 12

9:00am: Shacharit
11:00am: Drasha

6:30pm: Gemara Class

7:05pm: Perek

7:30pm: Mincha

8:38pm: Maariv



High Holidays Schedule

Letter to Members


August 7, 2017

Dear Friends,

This is a personal invitation to join us in welcoming the New Year 5778 at Havurat. Last year, in our new building, we had a record attendance and seats went very fast. We are grateful to Hashem for granting us the privilege the beauty and spaciousness in our new spectacular building and the services were inspiring and uplifting. This year we expect no less. Services will be conducted by the Rabbi with the able assistance of a professional Cantor. 

 As a valuable member of our community, we are offering you the opportunity to reserve the same seats as last year until September 1st. After that date, seats will be assigned on a first-come-first serve- basis. Enclosed please find a diagram of our seating. Please indicate your choices and mail it to us a soon as possible or call in your reservation during regular office hours Ticket prices are $150 for fully paid members and $170 for not-yet –members. In order to complete your reservation we must receive the attached form accompanied by a payment in full, either by check or major credit card. We hope that you will join us to welcome the 5778-year at the new Havurat Yisrael.

 There are few places like ours when it comes to praying as a community of friends. So, even if you have not been with us in a while, we hope you will decide to start the New Year 5778 at Havurat this time.

Leshana Tova tikatevu! May Hashem fulfill this year all the desires of your heart.

David Algaze

Rabbi

Friday, August 17

7:31pm: Candle Lighting

7:00pm: Mincha

Schedule