YIS Shabbat
Youth Programming
Club Kef
Boys and Girls, 
N-3rd Grade
  Formal & Fun
Youth Tefillah
& Educational Programming  
No Teen or Tween Minyan until the Fall.
YIS Yoetzet Halacha
Shiffy Friedman
Shiffy Friedman
 is available at all
times to speak with
 women and answer questions regarding Mikveh, Taharat Hamishpacha,
 Family Planning
and Other Intimacy
 Related Matters.  

As Jews, we very
 often celebrate
and commemorate
 with food and
 communal spirit.
If you have an
upcoming life-cycle
 event, think about  
sponsoring a Kiddush!

To place an order

and find out pricing  

please contact

Ariella Kleinhaus


Seudah Shlishit Sponsorship
If you are planning
 to sponsor a
Seudah Shlishit
for a yahrzeit or to
mark some other
 special occasion, 
please contact   
Stuart Benson, 
A Dedication is a meaningful way
 to share a simcha, 
memorialize a
 loved one or connect
 with a fellow
 while supporting our Kehillah. 
The following
 opportunities are
 Mazal Tov Card
$18 (suggested)
Siddur $36 
Chumash $54 
Leaf on the Tree of Life $360 
Yahrzeit Plaque $750 
Tree of Life Stone $5,000
Memorial Plaques
A memorial plaque
 takes between
 8 to 10 weeks to
 come back from
 the caster.
To place an order
for a plaque
contact Ken
 Chorzewski at
(914) 235-0860.

Deliver Kosher
to Homebound Older Adults

The YIS Sisterhood

is looking for  

volunteers to deliver

kosher meals to homebound older


 Meal Pick-Up and

    Container Drop-Off  

 at Sinai Free Synagogue. 

Deliveries will be

made in Southern Westchester.

  Please contact
 Caron Gelles for more information: 668-
Daf Yomi Resources

links to daf yomi

calendars, information

and on-line


 YU Torah

Daf Yomi Page,  

daf yomi shiur given

by Aryeh Leiboiwtz  

and links to daf yomi shiurim given by  

other Rebbeim

Rabbi Rosner's  

Daf Yomi Shiur,

an in-depth look  

at the daf

Rabbi Eliyahu Fink's
Daf Yomi Shiur,
a fast paced run
 through the daf,
and no prior Gemara experience is necessary.
Safety Reflector  
Safety Reflector Belts
from the OU.
If you would like to order
click here.


Update Yahrzeit Information in Shul Cloud
If you have suffered the loss of a family member and wish to be notified of the Yahrzeit please log into ShulCloud with your username and password.  Once you are in  your account click on the Yahrzeit Tab, 3rd tab
from the left  on the top. Click Add Yahrzeit. This will take you to Create New Yahrzeit. The fields are self-explanatory. For accuracy of the notification, it is important to know if the deceased died before or after sundown. You will then receive a ShulCloud generated notice by email or hard copy if no email address is on file from the Synagogue prior to the date that the Yahrzeit will be observed.
   If you are unable to log in or need help  to input the information into the system please contact Marsha Lustig who will be happy to help you.
Torah Reader 
Elisha Blechner 
  Kiddush Sponsor
Young Israel of Scarsdale  

Seudah Shlishit Sponsor
Young Israel of Scarsdale 
Friday Morning Shiur Sponsor
Robin and Steven Fried on the occasion of the yahrzeit of  
Steven's father, Arthur K. Fried, Abraham ben Shimon
  Early Morning Kiddush Sponsor
Igor Veltman in honor of the engagement of his son,
David to Cara Greenspan 
Friday, July 6 
Mincha 7:00pm
Shabbat,  July 7      
Hashkama Minyan
Main Shul Minyan
Sephardic Minyan
Shabbat Ends
Latest Kriat Shema 9:14am  
Gerald Adler on the passing of his mother, Lillian Adler.
Mazel Tov
Igor Veltman and Alla Veltman with their daughter Sara, on the engagement of their son, David to Cara Greenspan, daughter of Nina and Harvey Greenspan and Cara's siblings Arielle and Evan of West Orange, New Jersey.

Eric and Pam Bren Goldschmidt on the birth of their
granddaughter, Theodora Grace Bren,
 and to the parents, Adam and Laura Malick Bren
Michelle and Bob Hoch on the birth of their twin grandsons
and to the parents, Gila Bieler-Hoch and Avi Bieler   

Calendar 5779 - Deadline August 1st
It's that time of the year again!

Please fill out this form for Birthdays, Yahrzeits, Anniversaries, etc. for our 5779 Calendar.

Please download and print this form if you are interested in placing an advertisement in our shul calendar.
If you need assistance with placing an ad please contact, Marie Miller: mariemiller27@gmail.com
YIS Yizkor Reader 5779
New Printing

The text of the Yizkor prayer that we say for our departed loved ones on each Holiday contains the phrase:"May he/she be remembered in the merit of the Tzedaka that I give in his/her honor."
This pledge of Tzedaka is consistent with the time honored tradition of contributing to one's shul and community L'Aliyat Neshama, serving as an elevation of the soul of the deceased. In fact, according to the Midrash, the Rabbis instituted Yizkor as part of our Holiday Tefillot with this very purpose in mind, donating money to the shul on each Holiday as an eternal spiritual legacy for our departed family members.  
In many communities, a Yizkor book is reprinted each year with the requisite annual donations. At the Young Israel of Scarsdale, we have chosen to reprint every 3 years and will be reprinting the YIS Yizkor Reader this year prior to the High Holidays.
Please note the following important details regarding the reprinting of the Yizkor Reader.  
Deadline for response is July 16, 2018:
For Existing Listed Names (please click on the link to review the most recent printed version of the Yizkor Reader ):
Link to Yizkor Reader 
All listed names included in the most recent printed version will be automatically included in the reprinted version and you will be billed accordingly for this year's reprinting at $36 per name or $360 for 10 - 18 names.
If you would like your listed names removed from the reprinting of the Yizkor Reader, you need send an email that you would like to OPT OUT to Sharon in the shul office at sharon@yisny.org.
If you have any changes or corrections to the listed names in the most recent printed version, please click on the link for the Yizkor Reader form
For New Names:
Families may inscribe an English and Hebrew name into the Reader for $36.00 per individual name or $360.00 for 10 -18 names. Please click on the link for the Yizkor Reader form.
Zochrim Sponsorships
For those who would like to contribute as "Zochrim - Those Who Remember", in addition to your names listed, or even if you are not inscribing a loved one's name, any contribution is welcomed. Please click on the link for the Yizkor Reader form. 

Suggested contributions: $180.00, $360.00, $540.00 (multiples of Chai)
**Please know that no one should feel discouraged from participating in this Yizkor Reader for financial reasons. If this is the case, please contact us and we will work with you to find an appropriate accommodation for you and your family. Please contact David Wachtenheim directly at depdw@msn.com.
Save The Date

6:45am, 8:30am 

M,Th   6:35am
 T,W   6:45am  
Friday, July 13  
Rosh Chodesh Av 6:30am 
Mincha/Maariv 8:15pm 
Misheberach for our Chayalim
Our community is honored to have the following young men and women affiliated with YIS families serving as IDF Soldiers. Please keep them in your prayers always.
Cfir Feinberg
Abby Fried  
Yoni Hill
  Michael Kesselman
  Benny Mestel
Olivia Schwartz  
  Daf HaShavuah 
 Sundays, 7:30 am
Rabbi Jared Rosenfeld
Women's Tehillim   
 Mondays, 9:30 am
at the home of
Vicki Bienenfeld

 Sefer HaChinuch 
Monday Morning
following services  
Rabbi Klinger 
Talmud Themes
Mondays, 8:00 pm
Rabbi Froimowitz
Mishnah in the Morning
Masechet Rosh Hashana 
Tuesday morning
following services
 Hersh Wolf
Gemara B'Iyun
Wednesday Morning
 following services
Rabbi  Morgenstern
  Living By The Code
Of Jewish Law
Thursday morning
following services
Rabbi Klinger   

"This Week's Parsha"
with the Rabbi 
Friday morning
following services,
w/bagels, lox &
full breakfast
Rabbi  Morgenstern 

Mishnah Berurah
Shabbat following the  
Hashkama minyan
Dr. Steven Keller 
Parashat HaShavua  
Shabbat following  the  
  Hashkama Minyan
Pirkei Avot  
  Shabbat 40 minutes 
before Mincha 
Richard Bienenfeld  
Will return 7/14    
Chesed Corner
Do you have guests  
for Shabbat or Yom Tov 
 who can't walk to shul 
 on their own?
Is someone in your
family recovering from
 an accident?
offers to lend the following items to YIS families:  
Sabbath-compliant electric scooter, wheelchairs, transporter chairs, commodes, walkers , canes,  
shower chairs
 and a Hoyer Lift. 
Please contact the
shul office to borrow
 any item or contact
 Howie Bryks
 (bryksh at aol.com)
if you have
 questions or would
like to donate additional items.
YIS Assists established
 by Chanie and Howie Bryks
 in memory of
Chanie's mother,
 Thelma Herskowitz,
Tova Leah
 bat Yitzchak Tzvi Hacohen
and by  
Sharon & Harold Aspis
 in memory of
 Sharon's father,
  Israel Friedrich,  
Yisroel Meir ben Mordechai.
DOROT is looking for
 volunteers of all ages
to visit socially isolated
seniors in Westchester.
Volunteers are matched
 with seniors based on
common interests and
 availability. If interested,
 please contact
Monica Aboodi
at 914-450-2165 or mgaboodi@yahoo.com.  
If you would like to get rid of:
* All clothing
* Linens
 Get rid of the mess
and get a mitzvah!
In addition to a mitzvah,
 you will receive a valuable
tax deduction as well!
We are collecting these items for an  
organization called
All items should be clean
 and in good shape,
 clothing should be
up-to-date and
 still fashionable.
Remember: you are
giving these things to
 a 'close relative,' and it
costs the organization
 money to sort
and dispose of poor
Currently Scott Greenbaum is not able to take your donations to Monsey. Volunteers would be appreciated. Please contact Scott if you are able to help: 
914-723-1797 ;
leave a message
 if we are not home.
May your efforts  
be a z'chus
 for the
Refua Shelaimah of  
Aharon ben Henya Hadassah
Westchester Shlichut / Israeli Emissaries Initiative
Be a Part of this amazing program!!
  •  Be a host family
  • Donate a car
 As our community awaits the arrival of our new Shaliach (Israel emissary) and 4 shinshinim (young emissaries) in late August, we are reaching out to  the community to help with car donations as well as host families for the shinshinim.
Please contact Oshra, israel@wjcouncil.org or Donna, donna@wjcounci.org for more information.
Thank You!

Turning teens into tomorrow's Jewish leaders:  For students entering
9 th-12 th grade, UJA's Philanthropic Advisory Council for Teens (PACT) is a unique opportunity to acquire leadership and community building skills through a hands on philanthropic experience.  This year's cohort raised and allocated nearly $250,000 - this is not your average extracurricular.  The program, based in Manhattan, engages high schoolers from all over the New York metro area.  Click to here for more information and to apply by 9/21/18.