SATURDAY, AUGUST 9TH - FRIDAY, AUGUST 15TH, 2008 – SHABBAT DEVARIM
Friday, August 8th
Candle lighting 7:46 pm
Mincha /Ma’ariv 7:00 pm
Saturday, August 9th – Erev Tisha B’Av
Hashkama 7:30 am
Chumash Shiur 8:00 am
Shacharit 9:00 am
Sof Zman Kri’at Shema 9:38 am
Women’s Shiur* 4:15 pm
Mincha 6:00 pm
Seudah Shlishit/Mafseket AT HOME
Fast begins 8:02 pm
Shabbat Ends 8:44 pm
Maariv/Eicha 9:00 pm
* Merav Possick: topic-Churban HaBayit
Kiddush: This week's Kiddush is
sponsored by the entire shul in honor of the Shulmans on the occasion of their
one-year anniversary in
Sunday August 10th - Tisha B’Av
Shacharit/with Kinot to follow 9:00 am
Rabbi’s Shiur 12:00 pm
Chatzot 1:06 pm
Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation video 1:30 pm
Har Habayit video and discussion 4:50 pm
Mincha 7:20 pm
Maariv 8:30 pm
Fast Ends 8:43 pm
Monday & Thursday 6:30, 8:00 am
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 6:40, 8:00 am
Mincha & Ma’ariv 7:40 pm
Seudah Shlishit: THERE IS NO SEUDAH SHLISHIT IN SHUL THIS WEEK
Mazel Tov to Bess Pearl and family on the marriage of her granddaughter, Antal, to Eran Lender. Mazel Tov to the parents, Jerry Pearl and Brenda Pearl.
Tov to Aaron Fredman on the upcoming wedding of his grandson Asher
Fredman to Ester Maharat in
· Gershon Yitzchak ben Matil Tziril
· Rafael Dovid Grunberger (ben Bracha)
· Ruven Kirshner (ben Tovah Chaya)
· Zev Eliezer (ben Chaya Shaindel)
· Malka (bat Chaya)
· Erna Waltuch (Esther bas Rachel Leah)
KIDNAPPED CHAYAL ZAHAL
· Gilad (ben Aviva) Shallit
to Zalman Stein on the passing of his beloved mother, Mildred Stein. May he be
comforted among the mourners of
Shiur: Come and welcome our new TMK shlicha, Merav Possick, who will be
giving the shiur this Shabbat, at Young Israel, at 4:15pm. The topic will be:
Churban HaBayit (The Destruction of the
Missing: Someone has taken the entire set (5) of the Gutnick Chumashim from the Beit Medrash. If you have any information about these s’forim, please contact Judy or Mitch Wolf.
Ball game: The 2nd annual Young Israel Night at the Ball Game is approaching fast. Come see our St. Louis Cardinals take on the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday, August 19th. First pitch is at 7:15 pm. Tickets are $26.00 each and they’re going fast. RSVP to Rachel Lubchansky at 314-726-2163 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Mincha/Maariv will also be held at the Stadium.
Save the Date: Sunday September 21, 2008, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm --- Women's Division Opening Event. We'll make beautiful flower arrangements (getting ready for the Chagim to decorate our homes) and learn about the Women's Division activities. All women and teenage girls are invited. Light refreshments will be served.
SHOW ME THE HOLIDAYS! The long awaited sequel to the Young Israel cookbook is under way. With all of the Yom Tov cooking coming up, we know you are going to be pulling out your best recipes and we want you to share them with us. We are looking for people to contribute their favorite holiday recipes, as well as people to taste, type and edit recipes. Recipes can be emailed to email@example.com, and anyone interested in any of the other jobs can contact either Vicki Isakow via firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-862-5661, or Bonnie Drazen via email@example.com, or 314-727-3967. When submitting recipes, please let us know to what holiday your recipe pertains and whom to credit. Our goal is to have 200 recipes by August 15th. Recipes can also be dropped off at the Shul office.
Women's Tehillim Group: Will meet at Bobbi Gibli’s home on Delcrest
Get involved and make a difference! Tomchei Shabbos is asking for your help to support their ongoing efforts to ensure our community members have special food for Shabbos. Here’s how you can help: Drop off food any SUNDAY or MONDAY and place in bins under the deck at the Hartstein’s home at 8115 Delmar. Do not make drop-offs any other day of the week, and leave food in the secured plastic bins. Requested items: canned veggies (most important), fruit, soup, desserts, and anything else that you wish to contribute (non-perishables only). Please do not put perishable food or monetary donations in the bin.
To make a monetary contribution, please contact Rachel Lubchansky at 314-726-2163. For any other questions, call Merle Hartstein at 314-469-7142.
We appreciate your ongoing support and thank everyone who has contributed thus far!
Please Help: With the Yom Tovim rapidly approaching, many communications have and will be sent by email. Please call Judy in the office if you do not have email access, so we can get the documents to you via US Mail or hand delivery
Forms: By now you have received the updated membership form. Please complete and return it, along with you seating and babysitting requests, to the office as soon as possible. If you did not receive any of the forms, please contact Judy in the office.
Thank you: to Tzvi & Angela Tannenbaum and to Rael & Suzanne Sundy for maintaining hallway decorum this Shabbat.
We welcome our new Israeli shlichim, Merav and Chaim Possick.
Chaim invites everyone to join his weekly shiur on the parsha, 8:00 am at Young Israel.
Mishnat Pinchas (parent/child learning) has been postponed until further notice.
The next cycle of our Beit Midrash for Women taught by Merav Possick will begin on August 27th (Wednesday: 9:15 AM – at the home of Faye Newman 7916 Stanford). It is a great time to join this class entering its sixth year
Save the date: August 16 in
the afternoon for Seudah Shlishit at the Oberlanders, 8347 Cornell, to bid
farewell to Shany Batit and Eliana Smith before they return home to
Now Available: To view clips from the two performances of Brothers-in-Arms, please visit www.torahmitzion.org/stlouis and click on Drama Club.
SHUL OFFICE & CONTACT INFO
Shul Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM.
Deadline for announcements: Noon on Thursday & for Mazel Tovs 10 AM on Friday
Rabbi Shulman’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Rabbi Shulman can also be reached at his home study during hours when the office is closed, at 725-6130.
Young Israel Web-site: www.youngisrael-stl.org
To sponsor a weekly Shul Announcement, email Judy (email@example.com) or call the Shul office (727-1880). Minimum suggested donation is $36.