eShabbos
Parshas Vayeilech
Shabbos Shuva
September 10-11, 2021
5 Tishrei, 5782
Shalom and hello everyone! I hope you are doing well.

Wow! What an amazing Rosh Hashanah 5782 at Ohav Sholom. 

Standing room only crowds in our beautiful outdoor tent minyanim, excellent chazzanim, uplifting service and drashos, incredible weather, and an awesome kiddush every day! 
What a kiddush Hashem to have The Beis join us for yomim nora’aim and to have our kehillos daven as one family. The friendship, palpable camaraderie and shared kibbudim were inspiring. 

Thank you to all our talented gabbaim and askanim who worked tirelessly to make this an incredibly successful yontiv. Special yasher koach to Jeremy Sanders, Howard Zeisel, Matt Bobman, Alan Stern, Yoel Shapiro, Sammy Wechsler, and Rabbi Jonathan Shippel. 

Don’t forget! In just one week, we will return to the tents for a spectacular outdoor Yom Kippur service. Join us.  

We will make room and “reserve a pew for every Jew” so go online and get your seats today at osnyc.org
This shabbos is shabbos shuva, named after this week’s haftorah reading. It highlights the importance of repentance during this auspicious time period, aseres y’mei teshuvah, ten days of repentance, between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kipppur. 

Join us this shabbos for our user-friendly under 10-minute shabbos shuva drasha entitled: “The Sweetness of Honey.” You’ll be glad you did
MAZEL TOV!

Ohav Sholom extends a hearty mazel tov to Charles Pomerantz, son of members, Dr. Barry and Caryn Pomerantz, upon his bar mitzvah this shabbos!


Come hear Charles lein and wish the entire family mazel tov. Enjoy a super gala kiddush in his honor - and meet the whole mishpacha! 
Have a wonderful shabbos! 

I'll see you in shul,


Rabbi Aaron D. Mehlman
מרא דאתרא קנג. אוהב שׁלום

Erev Shabbos Shuva 5782 
eShabbos Timetable
Friday, Erev Shabbos Shuva
Candle Lighting: 6:54 PM
Mincha/KS: 7:05 PM

Saturday, Shabbos Shuva
Shacharis: 9:00 AM
Drasha: 10:30 AM
Kiddush: 11:15 AM
Mincha: 6:40 PM
Daf Yomi 
Maariv/Shabbos Ends: 7:53 PM
CURRENT COVID PROTOCOLS
Fully vaccinated people will not need to wear a mask. All unvaccinated people are required to wear a mask and practice social distancing to the best of their ability.  
*Procedures may change, depending on the situation in New York and governmental guidelines
Congregation Ohav Sholom (212) 877-5850