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Announcements: Parshat Korach- June 11-June 13

06/11/2021 12:25:30 PM

Jun11

 

SCHEDULE

Friday: 
5:00PM: Mincha in the Shul Parking Lot (No access to the building)
7:00PM/ 7:00PM: Candle Lighting/ Mincha in the Main Shul and Parking Lot
8:10PM: Candle Lighting

Shabbat:
7:45AM: Shacharit in the Smilowitz Beit Midrash
Mishna Brura Is Back! Beginning this Shabbat, after the Hashkomah Minyan, the Mishna Brura group will be in the Library and will be studying the laws of Brachot on foods.
8:30AM: In the Shul parking lot
8:30AM: Shabbos Morning Parsha Shiur with Rabbi Zwickler (in the Social Hall)
9:00AM: Shacharit in the Main Sanctuary
9:00AM: Sephardic Shacharit 
9:10AM: Kriat Shema
9:30 AM: Shacharit in the Smilowitz Beit Midrash  * 
Please remember to say Berachot and K’riyat Shema at home prior to Sof Zman K’riyat Shema
6:00PM: Mincha in the Shul Parking Lot
Join Rabbi Zwickler 1 hour before Mincha for Pirkei Avot Shiur (in the Main Sanctuary)

8:00PM: Sephardic Mincha
8:05PM: Mincha in Main Shul 
9:10PM: Maariv in the Main Shul and the Shul Parking Lot
9:20PM: Havdalah

Kiddush will take place outside in the parking lot after Shacharit, and is sponsored by Hattie & Arthur Dubroff and Mali & Steve Schwartz in celebration of their respective Golden 50th Wedding Anniversaries which will be June 13th. Both couples have been very active and involved in our shul for many years. Mali & Steve have been members since 1973, Hattie & Arthur since 1975. Arthur was shul president 1983-1985. Mali was co-president of Sisterhood 1985-1987. Steve was shul president 1988-1991 and 1999-2001. Hattie was co-president of Sisterhood 1989-1991. They are all still very much involved in Congregation AABJ&D. Hattie serves on the Sisterhood Board. Mali wrote the shul’s 50th Anniversary Jubilee Journal in 2016. Arthur and Steve have been co-Chairs of the shul’s Hardship & Collections Committee since 2019.

Sunday:
7:00AM: Shacharit 
8:00AM: Shacharit
8:00AM: Sephardic Shacharit 
8:15PM: Mincha

 

RABBI'S MESSAGE

The Brisker Rav zt”l had an interesting observation about the conflict between Moshe and Korach.  He notes that the Torah says that there will never be another conflict like it again.  What was so unique about the showdown between Moshe and Korach?  The Brisker Rav suggests that in general when there is a disagreement or conflict, each side has some elements that they are correct about, yet nevertheless one side is more right than the other.  When it came to Moshe and Korach, Moshe was one hundred percent on the right.  That detail is virtually impossible when it comes to disagreements.  This is an important lesson for us when we may become in conflict with others.  If each side is able to recognize and admit to which part of the conflict the other side is correct, it may be a lot easier to resolve the argument all together. Good Shabbos!

Yamim Noraim 5782 Survey
As we enter into the summer months, AABJ&D is beginning to plan for the upcoming Yamim Noraim.  We hope you will join us this year as we offer our usual minyanim inside the shul, as well as an outdoor minyan in the parking lot. Please complete the following
  survey  by 6/16. We kindly ask that you complete the survey whether or not you plan to be in West Orange for the holidays.

 

MAZEL TOVS

  • Mazel Tov to Nava Yolin on her Bat Mitzvah.  Mazel Tov to Nili & Andrew Yolin and brothers Koby and Jonah.  Mazel Tov to grandparents Felicia Schipper and Leba & Neal Yolin, and all the aunts, uncles and cousins. 
  • Mazel Tov to Kimberly Schwartzman on her recent engagement to Alan Schachter. Mazel Tov to parents Mindy Schwartzman and Denise and Glenn Schachter of New Milford, NJ. Mazel Tov to grandparents Rhoda Berger and Martin Schachter, and siblings Sandra (and Daniel), Nicole (and Michael) and, Lauren and  Steve Fitzpatrick.

 

CONDOLENCES

  • We extend our condolences on the passing of Helen Hagler beloved mother of Debra Silverman. Shiva is taking place at 68 Hillside Avenue, Elizabeth, NJ through Sunday morning. 

 

WELCOME

  • We extend a warm welcome to David, Dani, and Ava Rosenwein who moved to Kenz Terrace this past week.

 

YOUTH

  • Shabbat Morning Youth Groups: All K-5th grade girls and boys are invited to join us in the Shul parking lot. Click here for more info. 
  • Join us in writing cards/letters EVERY FRIDAY to send to residents of Daughters of IsraelClick here for more information.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS 

  • Sunday, June 13 at 10:00AM: Join Joel Rich as we continue our series of Zoom shiurim in which we study the first book of The Rambam’s Mishna Torah, Sefer Madda. We are currently studying the third chapter of Hilchot Talmud Torah. No prior background is required for this series and each session can be attended independently.  Click here to find an online version of Sefer Madda with English translation.
  • Monday, June 14 at 7:30PM  Please join the West Orange Mikvah Annual Membership meeting, which will be virtual via Zoom:  Meeting id:: 340 692 7343 passcode: 825905
  • Tuesday, June 15 at 10:00AM: All women are invited to join Rabbi Zwickler for a text based Parshat Hashavuah Shiur. Click here for more info. 
  • Thursday, June 17 at 7:15PM: Join us for a Gemara Shiur on Mesechet Kiddushin led by Rabbi Eliezer Zwickler. Click here for more info.
  • Shabbat, June 19: Graduation Shabbat- Join us as we celebrate our 2020 and 2021 graduates.Come and hear Davening and Divrei Torah led by some of our graduates. $25 per graduate (suggested donation) Click here to sign up your graduates so they can be recognized. Click here for more info. 
  • Save the Date: Monday, June 28 at 8:00PM: All women are invited to hear Mrs. Shifra Rabenstein for the last Women's Beit Midrash program of the season. Mrs. Shifra Rabenstein is a renowned speaker and educator, as well as the granddaughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Marcus. Her shiur, "Through the Looking Glass:  The Jewish Calendar as a Mirror for Life," can be accessed live at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88118895930?pwd=QWRsSnkrbGVuemNMbzhOeHUwSDMyUT09Meeting ID: 881 1889 5930. Passcode: 385182.

 

EVENTS REPLAYS

  • Click here to check out Rabbi Zwickler's weekly Webdvar. 

 

UPDATES & REMINDERS 

  • An Evening of Hakarat Hatov, scheduled for June 23, has unfortunately been postponed due to scheduling conflicts. The Hakarat Hatov tribute campaign is still going on, so please click here to place your ad in the journal. Stay tuned for more event updates. We apologize for any confusion.
  • Lauren Elise Bier Nursery School: Registration is open! Registration forms can be found at https://www.aabjd.org/nursery-school. Space is limited so sign up today.  For more information please reach out to alizam@aabjd.org.
  • Visit our website at www.AABJD.org. Update your profile information by logging in  from the upper right corner, and clicking on "My Account".  Update your contact information, family details, and yahrzeits. This information will enable us to provide you with communications and reminders that are most relevant to you.
  • Please join the Orthodox Union community for the recitation of Tehillim (chapters 20, 27, and 130) and divrei chizuk each afternoon at 1:00PM.  The dial-in number is (773) 377-9170.​​​​​​
  • If you would like to sponsor a shiur, day of learning or week of learning please click here and include dedication information.
  • Click here to join the AABJ&D WhatsApp groups!  

 

CHESED OPPORTUNITIES

  • The WO/Livingston Chesed Group is launching a project that will try to ease the financial burden on those community members who are unemployed/ underemployed. We are compiling a list of individuals who would be willing to donate their services (e.g. medical, legal, financial, IT, therapy, etc). If you are interested in joining this initiative, please fill out this form  https://forms.gle/gkMCuxWwSmwnNQsr7 or reach out to any of us at WOLivGives@gmail.com
  • In an effort to assist individuals who are in need of job search support during this economic downturn, the Livingston and West Orange communities have revived the Jewish Job Network (JJN), including guidance in resume writing, interviewing, career counseling, networking, starting a new business, learning how to consult and job retraining.  If you are in need of assistance or if you are interested in volunteering, please go to JJN's website http://jewishjobnetwork.com.  If you have any questions on the above, please reach out to Fernand Schoppig - schoppig@fsassociates.com

 

SAFETY REMINDERS

  • Dr. Torin Rutner is conducting COVID testing and COVID antibody testing locally. If you would like to make an appointment, please call or text him at 973 568-4469. 

 

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