Parshas Bo
January 8, 2022
6 Shevat, 5782
Shalom and hello everyone! I hope you are doing well. 

Join me this shabbos for great davening and learning - and a fantastic kiddush!


We thank member Josh Blacher and family for sponsoring this week’s super gala kiddush in loving memory of Josh’s father’s yahrtzeit, Phil ( Pacey) Blacher, z”l. Meet Josh’s friends and family as we make berachos and drink l’chaim l’iluy nishmas. 

May his neshama enjoy a big aliyah in gan eden! Amen.
Remember, coffee and tea is served at every tefillah at Ohav Sholom! 

Choose from whole milk, 1%, or half and half - conveniently available in the new ‘personal’ refrigerator next to the coffee station. Mouth watering cakes and cookies are offered every shabbos morning before davening as well.
Don’t miss our 7:00 PM Tuesday night Parsha/Halacha shiur, a plunge into the nexus of Parsha and Halacha, that also features a generous and delicious dinner - alternating between Eden Wok’s delectable Chinese food and incredible Saba's pizza. Enjoy!
Given the COVID situation and coming inclement weather, please make every effort to join our daily minyanim, for both morning and evening services. 

We are grateful to all members and friends who’ve until now made our minyan strong and super reliable - a gift to so many in our community, and beyond. Let’s make it even stronger!

Can’t find time to study Torah in the morning? Then join me each evening immediately following mincha/maariv for a sneak-preview on tomorrows’ daf yomi! 

See how the sausage is made, if you will, as we prepare for Ohav Sholom’s day’s daily daf yomi shiur - 40 minutes before shacharis. 

Join Alan Miller, David Joseph, and myself, for an exciting deep dive into great sugyos with tosafos - and more. Gemaras are provided and fresh coffee and tea are available for your convenience. Come and learn! 
Have a wonderful Shabbos,

I’ll see you in shul!

Rabbi Aaron D. Mehlman
מרא דאתרא קנג. אוהב שׁלום

Erev shabbos kodesh bo 5782 
eShabbos Timetable
Friday, Erev Shabbos
Daf Yomi 6:45 AM
Shacharis: 7:25 AM
Candle Lighting: 4:26 PM
Mincha/KS: 4:35 PM

Shabbos Kodesh Bo
Shacharis: 9:00 AM
Kiddush: 11:15 AM
Mincha: 4:20 PM
Daf Yomi 
Maariv/Shabbos Ends: 5:31 PM
CURRENT COVID PROTOCOLS (Updated December 2021)
For All services: In accordance with Governor Hochul’s mandate, all individuals past their second birthday 
(and medically able to tolerate a face covering)
must wear a mask at all times when at the Shul, 
except while actively eating or drinking.
Unvaccinated people age 12 and older may not attend indoor kiddush. 
When bringing a guest, one is responsible to communicate the Shul’s policies regarding vaccination and masking.
Procedures may change, depending on the situation in New York and governmental guidelines.
Congregation Ohav Sholom (212) 877-5850