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  • Shabbat Times
  • Parsha:

    Devarim

  • Mincha Friday:

    7:00, 8:20 PM

  • Candle Lighting:

    7:54 pm

  • Shacharit:

    9:00 AM

  • Mincha:

    8:00 pm

  • Havdalah:

    8:55 pm

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  • Weekday Times
  • Shacharit Sun:

    7, 7:30, 8 & 9 am

  • Shacharit M/Th:

    6:35& 7:25 am

  • Shacharit T/W/F:

    6:50 & 7:30 am

  • Mincha:

    8:20 pm

  • Sunday Mincha:

    12:30pm

  • Late Maariv S/Th:

    10 pm

  • Late Maariv M/T/W:

    9:45 pm

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Congregation AABJ&D

 
 
 

 700 Pleasant Valley Way West Orange, NJ 07052
Tel: 973-736-1407                      Fax: 973-736-8006
Email: cong.aabjd@verizon.net       

 
    
 

 

Rabbi Zwickler has approved this recommended Kosher symbol list
provided by the Chicago Rabbinical Council.
CLICK HERE FOR LIST

 

 


 
 
 
  
Mazel Tov to our Dinner Honorees!
Thank you to all our Benefactors and sponsors!

To view our Dinner Journal - click HERE

 To view the DINNER VIDEO -  Click HERE

  

 

 

 

  

             
 
 

 

   

 

Updates

Kiddush -

Kiddush this week is sponsored by the members of the Kiddush Society.  

 


Torah Hand-Outs -

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Weekly Torah Portion

Parsha Balak

 One of the praises of the jewish people by Bilaam was that as a people "Hashem its G-d is with it". The Baal Shem Tov commented on this idea, that a Jew is never alone. Wherever a Jew travels and wherever a Jew stands, both physically as well as figuratively, Hashem is with us. This was a very difficult and tragic week for our individual community as well as for Am Yisrael as a nation.  In a world where answers and reasons are always expected, we respond with silence and humility. It is Hashem's world. It is not for ask to ask for reasons but to offer what we may learn from the experience.  We must cherish the gift of life that we have been given and treat each day with the value it deserves.  We must appreciate our relationships and not let small issues ruin our connections. We must remember the power of a united community when it comes to life's most challenging moments.  Most of all we must remember that when we cry, Hashem cries with us - we are never alone!