- 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”
On May 16th, The Stanton Street Shul teamed up with Temple Shaaray Tefilah for a joint Volunteer Mitzvah Day. Energetic teams from both shuls came out on a gorgeous Sunday to give our Shul a much needed spring cleaning and TLC in preparation for the upcoming Shavuot holiday. All volunteers were treated to a classic LES lunch featuring our neighborhood’s famous bagels and bialys and some great shmoozing with new friends!
Special thanks to all organizers and Temple Shaaray Tefilah, and we hope to see you at our next Volunteer Day!