B"H
Wishing you a Good Moed - Mo'adim le'simchah and a Good Shabbos - Shabbat Shalom.
May we celebrate the rest of the holiday in Jerusalem!
Rabbi Yakov D. Kirschenbaum 
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Friday, Sep. 24 and
Monday, Sep. 27
at 8:00 pm

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Shabbos Candles
Friday, September 25
Light candles: 6:31 pm

Shabbat, September 26
Shabbat ends: 7:28 pm

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Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot
shul - kleiman
Services are held at the Chabad House - 50 Overlook Terrace, side entrance

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

Minchah, Kaballat Shabbat: 6:35 pm

SHABBAT, SEPTEMBER 26

Tanya & Tuna - in the Sukkah: 9:30 am
Say Shema before: 9:44 am 
Shacharis: 10:00 am

´╗┐Services followed by a Kiddush in the sukkah, sponsored by Yosef & Laurie Cohen
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Talmudic Tales Class: 5:45 pm
Minchah: 6:30 pm
Maariv: 7:28 pm

Followed by Havdalah and a viewing of the Living Torah video program
A Refined Thief in the Sukkah?
Translated from Sichat Hashavua #508 by C.R. Benami. Edited and supplemented by R. Yerachmiel Tilles.. Artwork by Sarah Kranz. Taken from Ascentofsafed.com
It was before Rabbi Natan Shapira became known as the author of the book "Magaleh Amukot". At the time he was a young man of about 30 years old, whose life was dedicated to learning Torah and serving G-d. He tried to hide his saintly lifestyle from the eyes of others and even asked his wife not to divulge his deeds to anyone.

She was the daughter of a highly respected citizen of Krakow. One day in discussion with her sisters she couldn't resist. She told them of the special qualities of her husband: "Do you know? My husband prays every night tikun chatzot (the midnight prayer mourning the destruction of the Temple) and angels come to listen to his prayer. He told me that the door of his room has to stay closed at that time and that no one should enter, because it would be dangerous."
"Everyone must regard himself and the world as evenly poised between good and guilt...If he performed a good deed, he has shifted the balance of his fate, and that of the entire world to good, and has brought deliverance and salvation upon himself and upon them all."
-Maimonides, Laws of Teshuvah Ch. 3, Law 4
"The time of our redemption has arrived."
The Lubavitcher Rebbe, 1990-1 See Yalkut Shimoni Yeshayahu, remez 499

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