- New Early Shabbat This Week! The Stanton St. Shul will be moving to a 7:00pm schedule for Friday Minha and Kabbalat Shabbat
- Kiddush is sponsored by Ami Nahari in honor of the anniversary of his bar mitzvah parasha
- Mazal Tov to Daniel Zana and Yaffa Vinikoor on their upcoming marriage this weekend in Seattle!
- The Rabbi’s classes will not meet this week, but will resume the following week.
I must apologize for the brevity of this week’s Rabbi’s Corner. I have just returned this morning from a visit to the Jewish communities of Medellin Colombia where I assisted in the conversions of 11 individuals and met with a new Jewish community in the town of Bello. I hope to share my experiences and perspectives with the kehillah over the next few weeks.
In the meantime I would like to note that due to requests we will be moving our Friday night davening to 7:00pm to accommodate those who wish to have their Shabbat Dinner at a more reasonable hour. I ask everyone to please make an effort to attend punctually for this and every other service.
And finally I wish everyone a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day!
Rabbi Josh Yuter
|Tuesday May 18th|
|Minha / Ma’ariv:||8:00pm|
|For those who registered, the Shavuot dinner will be served after davning.
Learning will begin at approximately 9:00pm
|Wednesday May 19th|
|Kiddush sponsored by Rivky and David Friedman in honor of the yahrtzeit for Rivky’s father, Dr. Solomon Honig, z”l.|
|Thursday May 20th|
|Ice cream kiddush sponsored by Jessica and Stu Loeser in honor of Hila’s birthday|
Latest Shema: 9:13am – Please remember to recite the shema before davning
Latest Tefillah: 10:26am
Earliest Minha: 1:28pm
Sunset / Latest Minha: 8:10pm
The Stanton Street Shul would like to thank all those participating in our learning program. This year we will featuring some of our very own talented members from ~9:00pm-~10:00pm
- Rachel Mincer – Evolving Practice: Minhagim Books in the Manuscript Era
- David Wander – The story of Ruth a Graphic novel- in progress
- Steven I. Weiss – Facebook, Twitter & Blogs As Modern Orthodoxy’s Cure for Lashon Hara?
- Following these speakers, Rabbi Yuter will give a presentation on “The Laws and Ethics of Universal Health Care in Torah”