Services

Service Times:
Friday, Sept 15,
Candle Lighting:
B’Zman 6:47 PM
Shkia 7:05 PM
Mincha:   6:50 PM

Shabbat Sept 16, Parshat Nitzavim-Yayeilech
Shacharit: 9:00 AM,
Followed by a Kiddush sponsored Joe Falkenstein
Mincha: 6:30 PM
Maariv: 7:39 PM
Havdalah 7:45 PM
Sunday, September 17, – Slichot 7:30 AM immediately followed by
Shacharit (Please note that that the normally scheduled 8:00 AM Shacharit
is canceled and will instead follow Slichot – approximately 8:00 AM)

Monday Sept 18, Slichot 5:45 AM followed by Shacharit
Tuesday Sept 19 Slichot 5:50 AM followed by Shacharit
Wednesday, Sept 20, Slichot 5:00 AM followed by Shacharit
Wednesday Night Rosh Hashanah
Prepare Eruv Tavshilin
Candle Lighting 6:39 PM
Mincha 6:40 PM followed by Maariv

Thursday, Sept 21, Rosh Hashanah Day 1, Shacharit: 8:30 AM
Shofar Blowing not before 10:30 AM
Mincha 5:55 PM followed by Tashlich – weather permitting
Candle Lighting AFTER 7:37 PM
Maariv for the second night of Rosh Hashanah 7:15 PM
Friday, Sept 22, Shacharit: 8:30 AM Shofar Blowing not before 10:20 AM
Shabbat Candle Lighting 6:35 PM
Mincha 6:40 PM followed by Kabbalat Shabbat
Shabbat Sept 23 – Parshat Haazinu Shabbat Shuva
Shacharit: 9:00 AM,
Followed by a Kiddush sponsored Joe Falkenstein

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Mincha: 6:15 PM
Seuda Shilishit Shabbat Shuva Shiur by Joel Rich
Maariv: 7:27 PM
Havdalah 7:33 PM
Sunday Sept 24 Tzom Gedalia Nidcha (Fast of Gedalia Pushed Off from
Shabbat)
Fast begins at 5:34 AM – Ends 7:24 PM
Sunday, September 17, – Slichot 7:30 AM immediately followed by
Shacharit (Please note that that the normally scheduled 8:00 AM Shacharit
is canceled and will instead follow Slichot – approximately 8:00 AM)

Monday Sept 25, Slichot 5:45 AM followed by Shacharit
Tuesday Sept 26 Slichot 5:50 AM followed by Shacharit
Wednesday Sept 27, Slichot 5:50 AM followed by Shacharit
Thursday Sept 28, Slichot 5:45 AM followed by Shacharit
Friday Sept 29, Slichot 5:55 AM followed by Shacharit

 

Community Announcements:
1. BI is partnering with a charitable trust to offer financial aid assistance to
needy elderly. Anyone wishing to inquire can contact Doug Eisenberg,
President
2. Nechama Price now serves as a consultant to women in the West
Orange/Livingston communities to answer questions related to niddah and
family purity. She can be reached at asknechama@gmail.com or 201-888-
6999.
3.  Help Houston – Join the RCA and OU in Response to the Crisis
The Jewish community in Houston, Texas, has once again found itself
in the crosshairs of a devastating storm that has already flooded many
neighborhoods and will likely cause much more damage in the
upcoming days.
As the extent of the damage becomes clear, it is obvious that this
community will need significant financial help in order to rebuild. Our
community has answered the call before, and as Rosh Hashana

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approaches, we must answer the call again. Please enter your
information below to donate.
One hundred percent of the proceeds from your donation will be
used to support the Houston Jewish community.
Can’t donate online?  You can send a check to Orthodox Union:
Attn: Disaster Relief Fund
11 Broadway, New York, NY 10004.
Among other organizations collecting Monies are the Federation,
NCSY and YU.