Parshas Ki Sisa - Mar 14th, 2020 // 18th Adar 5780
In this weeks issue:

  • Schedule
  • Video by Rabbi Moshe Snow
  • Coronavirus
  • Social Hall
  • Office Hours
  • Women's Shiur Mondays - Resuming this Monday
  • Daf Yomi Shiur
  • Shabbos Mevorchim Sponsorship
  • A Shul With A Story: Praying In Spiritual Harmony
  • Please redeem your pledges
  • Amazon Smile
  • Tehillim List
  • Bikur Cholim
Erev Shabbos Friday Evening Mar 13th, 2020

6:40 pm Candle lighting time

6:51 pm Mincha and Kabolas Shabbos

Shabbos Morning Saturday Mar 14th, 2020

7:45 am Daf Yomi

8:00 am Early Shacharis in the Bais Medrash

8:45 am Shacharis in the Main Shul

10:07 am Zeman Krias Shema

5:40 pm Parsha Shiur

6:30 pm Mincha followed by Shalosh Seudos

7:53 pm  Maariv

Daf Yomi Shiur By Rabbi Moshe Snow

6:00 am Monday – Friday
Shabbos 1 Hour Before Davening
7:00 am Sunday
Weekly Schedule

Shacharis Monday - Friday

7:00 am Shacharis First Minyan
8:00 am Shacharis S econd Minyan

8:00 am Shacharis Sunday one Minyan .

6:50 pm Mincha - Sunday Through Thursday

8:00 pm Tuesday night Yitzchok Dov Rottenstein Gemara Shiur by Rabbi Moshe Snow
Parshas Ki Sisa
Side Benefits
Coronavirus Update
Dear Friends and Members of the Young Israel Beth El Of Borough Park,

We are all aware of the spread of COVID-19, otherwise known as the coronavirus. Our Torah tells us to guard our health. It is clear that reasonable precautions should be taken when coming to Shul and participating in Davening and Purim festivities. 

If one has any flu like symptoms he/she should not come to Shul to hear Parshas Zachor or to hear the Megillah.

It is recommended that the usual Shabbos greeting of shaking hands be dispensed with for the near future. We may certainly wish Good Shabbos without shaking hands.

One should not kiss the Torah or any Mezuzah directly. When wishing Mazal Tov for whatever reason, the good wishes will suffice without the usual physical contact.

We Daven that our families, Klal Yisrael, and all the world be spared from illness.

Below are some reasonable precautions that should be employed in order to prevent the spread of disease:

·   Regular hand washing (as appropriate) with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. (On Shabbos use Shabbos soap).

·   Covering coughs and/or sneezes with a tissue, discarding the tissue and washing your hands. If you don’t have a tissue available, cough or sneeze into your elbow.

·   Other appropriate actions include avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth and disinfecting objects and surfaces that are frequently handled.

·   If you have come into close contact with someone that may have been affected, please use caution, and monitor yourself for any flu-like symptoms.

·   Please be in touch with your physician if you have any questions. Medical professionals are the best source of information, in these circumstances.

Wishing a Refuah Shlaima to those affected and Davening that Hashem halt the spread of all disease.

Your Devoted Rav,
Rabbi Moshe Snow

Additional Links
Our Social Hall
Our Social Hall is ready for your event, on Shabbos or during the week. Please call or text 718-435-0095 for more information.
Office Hours
Women's Shiur Mondays
Daf Yomi Shiur
Tuesday night Yitzchok Dov Rottenstein Gemara Shiur by Rabbi Moshe Snow

We thank all our sponsors for their generosity and wish them much Bracha and Hatzlacha.

Would you like to sponsor a Shiur? If so, please call our office. These Shiurim will accept sponsorship on a monthly or yearly basis.
Shabbos Mevorchim Sponsorship 
You have the opportunity to financially support the Shul by Sponsoring a Shabbos Mevorchim/Shabbos Rosh Chodesh in memory of, or in honor of someone.
Sponsors get an Aliyah LeTorah, may request a niggun, and receive a Mishebairach by the Chazzan.
The Chazzan is accompanied by the YIBE Aaron Miller Memorial Choir
We ask for sponsorship in the amount of $1,000 and there are many Shabbosim open for this year as well as Yom Tov davening. Please let us know if you or someone you know are interested in sponsoring this or other programs - it can be a shared sponsorship as well. We hope you join us and help continue the beautiful traditions and programs we at YIBE are privileged to enjoy.

A Shul With A Story: Praying In Spiritual Harmony
Please redeem your pledges
We gratefully thank all those who pledged for our appeals. Please redeem your pledges online or by calling the office at 718 435 9020.

Tizku Le Mitzvot.

Amazon Smile
Now you can support Young Israel Beth El when you shop on Amazon. Just start your shopping at and Amazon donates to our shul!

Use our organization link:
Tehillim List
  • Menachem Mendel Shlomo ben Chay Rochel

  • Meyer Shulem Ben Brana

  • Yitta Feiga Bas Raizel

  • Rochel Rus Bas Tziporah

  • Raizel Bas Pesel

  • Maleh Bas Yenta (Koenig)

  • Menachem Mordechai Ben Ophira

  • (Harav) Gedaliah Dov ben Perel (Rabbi G.D.Schwartz)

  • Chaya Bas Esther

  • Yosef Betzalel Ben Rus

  • Chaya Syma Bas Breindel

  • Hinda Leah Bas Chaya Sarah (Mrs. Hirsch)

  • Hindel Bas Perel - (She is a young child who is undergoing treatment. BH since we started saying her name there has been some improvement. Please continue).

  • Yaakov Tzvi Ben Nechama Rachel

  • Even Ezer Ben Malka

  • Dov Nechemya HaKohein Ben Rochel Chaya Sarah

  • Rachel Bas Shifra

Please say Tehillim so that they can have a full recovery!

To add or remove a name to the list please call the office or email
Refuah Shlema
Mr. Yossi Illish

We wish a Refuah Shelema for Rabbi Tzvi Lehrer, Judd Odzer's father in law. Tzvi Dov Ben Tsharna.

Ori Ben Chag - He is the soldier injured today in the car ramming attack 2/6/2020

Bikur Cholim
Rabbi Bobby Blau
The Belvedere - 5110 19th Avenue

Alfred Pearl
Nursing Home, Cortelyou Rd

You can always visit the:
Boro Park Rehab Center on 10th Ave between 49th & 50th.