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Erev Shabbos Friday Evening September 4th, 2020

7:00pm Mincha followed by Kabolas Shabbos - Downstairs in the social hall

*7:01pm* Candle lighting time

Shabbos Morning Saturday September 5th, 2020

7:30am Daf Yomi

8:00am Early Shacharis in the Bais Medrash

8:30am Shacharis in the Main Shul

9:41am Latest time for morning Shema

4:45pm Pirkei Avos

5:30pm Mincha

7:35pm Gemara Shiur

8:10pm Maariv / Shabbos ends

Weekday Schedule

7:00am Daf Yomi (Sunday-Friday)

8:00am Shacharis

7:00pm Mincha

7:30pm Maariv

Tuesdays After Maariv Yitzchok Dov Rottenstein Gemorah Shiur
Welcome to the New Year 5781
We trust you and your loved ones are in good health during these difficult times, and that you are enjoying a very pleasant summer. We will have High Holy Day davening as usual but this year, due to the current health crisis, we will be following medical guidelines requiring masks and social distancing. Therefore, you may wish to reserve seating early. (see below)

Sunday September 20, 2020 ADDITIONAL SHOFAR TIMES: In addition to the regular minyanim in the Main Shul (upstairs) and in the Beis Midrash / Social Hall (downstairs), we plan to offer special sessions for the blowing of the Shofar to accommodate those individuals who are not able to daven with a minyan, for example mothers with small children, and those who are elderly or immunocompromised. These will be held OUTSIDE ON 15TH AVENUE at the following times: 10:00 am   -   11:00 am   -   12:00 noon

Reservations for the Yomim Noraim
We continue to enforce social distancing and, therefore, the capacities in our minyanim will be very limited. We will thus not be assigning specific seats to mispallelim. If you have purchased a seat and wish to sit in a specific section, please come early to "reserve" a seat by placing your personal items on it, and do make sure that you are within the social distancing guidelines.

Remember capacities are very limited so please do make your reservation early.

Annual Membership Dues
Because of these difficult times, we have decided to keep annual membership dues steady. Annual dues for the Jewish year - $250 for a full voting member; $125 for supporting member - are always due on September 1 at the beginning of the year. Members and Supporters have already been charged for dues for the coming year. You may already have received a statement by the time you read this. You can log into your own account to review the charges. [Login instructions]

Want to be a Supporter of our wonderful Shul? Supporters have many of the entitlements of full members, including member pricing for High Holy Day seating. HERE

Log into your account
Did you know you can log in to your own account to update your information (including Yahrzeit information), pay your bills, view your outstanding charges, make donations, etc? If you are a full member or a supporting member, you can also get member pricing - for example for shul events, annual dues, seats for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. when you are logged in. 

Our Yizkor Book Continues ...
We are continuing our Centennial Yizkor Journal through the 5781 yomim tovim. It will be displayed on the digital monitors throughout the shul. To view and contribute, visit: [LINK]
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The office will be open Mondays
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All are welcome, face mask is required.
To All Our Choshuv Members and Friends,

Boruch Hashem we are beginning another advancement in our staged re opening.

The guidelines listed below are for the sake of the protection and welfare of all our Mispallelim.

All who attend must wear a mask. There are a few masks available for those who do not wear their own. You may wear a mask on your face when you come to Shul and it is not considered carrying if it is properly worn. Same is true for gloves. There will be places marked off in the shul (on the seats) that are for the purpose of social distancing. This too is a requirement for the preservation of the health of all our Mispallelim.

We are following proper protocols for Krias HaTorah. The Oleh will be called up, but distancing will be maintained. There will not be anyone on the Bimah except for the person making the Bracha. After he steps down, the Baal Koreh will be the only person on the Bimah. The Gabbaim will be distanced on the sides, down from the Bimah.

There is no kissing of the Sefer Torah, nor will more than one person take out and put back the Torah. Please do not shake hands with anyone. After Davening Mispallelim are requested to leave in an orderly fashion that maintains proper distancing.

Rest rooms will be cleaned continually.

Just as we are being very cautious of our Physical well-being, we should also be concerned about our Neshama well-being. Returning to our Mikdash MeAt enjoins us to be extremely careful about the proper reverence for the Makom and the Teffilah. There is no talking during the Davening.

Thank you for your cooperation.

I look forward to returning to our Mikdash MeAt and personally greeting you with a hearty Shabbat Shalom and Good Shabbos.

Your Devoted Rav,
Rabbi Moshe Snow