eShabbos
Parshas Bereshis
October 16-17, 2020
29 Tishrei, 5781
Shalom and hello ! I hope you are healthy and doing well.

Thanks to all who participated at Ohav Sholom’s Shemini Atzeres/Simchas Torah 5781 extravaganza!

After a successful succos, enjoying our brand new wood succah, and complemented with a delicious hot kiddush every day yom tov, the bar was raised pretty high for the second days yom tov.

I am here to inform you that we enjoyed lively hakafos, spirited dancing, ice cream and cake during aliyos, gala hot kiddush/luncheon after davening, and much more!

A big yasher koach to our distinguished chassanim, baal koreh, gaba’aim, and everyone who made Simchas Torah 5781 a huge success!
This shabbos is parshas Bereshis!
Join Ohav Sholom as we start the reading the Torah anew. Also enjoy a wonderful kiddush complete with individually wrapped black and whites, danishes and cakes! 
This week is shabbos mevorchim chodesh (mar) cheshvan and rosh chodesh is Sunday and Monday. Sunday shacharis is 8:30 AM and Monday 7:00 AM.
Have a wonderful Shabbos! 


Rabbi Aaron D. Mehlman
מרא דאתרא קנג. אוהב שׁלום
Erev shabbos kodesh Bereshis 5781 
Shabbos Timetable
Friday, Erev Shabbos Kodesh
Candle Lighting: 5:55 PM
Mincha / KS 6:05 PM

Shabbos Day
Shacharis: 9:00 AM
Kiddush 10:45 AM
Mincha: 5:50 PM
Maariv 6:53 PM
Shabbos Ends/Make Havdalah: 6:53 PM
** IMPORTANT **

Due to the unfortunate uptick in COVID cases, OS is re-requiring registration for all minyanim going forward.

You can email/text/WhatsApp me the number of attendees and we will confirm your attendance: rabbi@osnyc.org or 917-405-7222. 

Your health and the health of others are of the utmost importance at Ohav Sholom.

Thank you for your compliance and future strict adherence to the rules.   

Do not come to services if:
1.) you are sick,
2.) you are required by New York to quarantine or self-isolate, or
3.) you have had COVID within the past 14 days. 

Also, if you have determined that you developed or tested positive for COVID within 5 days of attending services at Ohav Sholom, you must notify Rabbi Mehlman of that fact and of the services at Ohav Sholom that you attended. Thank you.