Daily Minyan at Chabad

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Shacharit 
8:00 AM Weekdays 
7:40 AM Rosh Chodesh & Fast Days 
9:00 AM Sundays & Major Nat'l Holidays
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Shabbat Schedule:  Friday - Shabbat, May 25 - 26
 
Torah Reading: Naso, Numbers 4:21 - 7:88
HaftoraJudges 13:2 - 25

Shabbat Candle Lighting: 7:58 PM
Shabbat Ends: 9:05 PM
 
Pirkei Avot: Chapter 1 
Latest Kiddush Levana: Tuesday, May 29, 5:22 PM
  
Friday, May 25 - Erev Shabbat
 
Minchah: 8:10  PM
Dvar Torah: Rabbi Fried
Kabbalat Shabbat: 8:40 PM   
 
Shabbat, May 26 - Shabbat Day 
 
Parshah Shiur: 9:00 AM
Shacharit: 9:45 AM
Chazzan: Hadar Weiss
Dvar Torah: Rabbi Kugel
 
Introductory, Learners Service with Rabbi Chayim B. Alevsky
10:00-11:00 AM, upstairs, 'Green' Room.

Kids Shul 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Followed by Kiddush - Approx 12:15 PM

This week's Kiddush is sponsored bBarry & Sophie Shain and David & Jody Gastfriend, in honor of the Ufruf of Daniel Gastfriend and his upcoming marriage to Barry and Sophie's daughter, Julie. Kiddush is also sponsored in part Mayo Simon in honor of the yahrzeit of his mother, Leah bas Arcadia, 17 Sivan.

Followed by a Farbrengen in honor of 12 and 15 Sivan.

Pirkei Avot Shiur for Women - At the home of the Alevskys, 45 West 86, Apt #5, at 5:30 pm.  Class/discussion led by Sarah Alevsky, for women and girls only. Refreshments served!

Shiur: 6:50 PM
Mincha: 7:50  PM
Maariv and Havdala: 9:05 PM 

Important dates on the Chabad Calendar - 12 & 15 Sivan

* This Shabbat (May 26) is the 12th of Sivan. In the time of the Temple, every Jew that made the pilgrimage to Jerusalem was required to bring certain sacrifices. During Passover and Sukkot, these sacrifices could be brought any time during the holiday. Though the holiday of Shavuot is only one day in Israel, the Jews that went to Jerusalem for that holiday were given seven days to bring their sacrifices. The final day to bring the sacrifices was the 12th of Sivan. Thus, this day symbolizes the culmination of Shavuot and of the of the season of receiving the Torah. The Chabad custom is to refrain from saying Tachanun (penitential prayers) from the beginning of Sivan until after Yud Beit Sivan.

Thoughts that count  - Since the spirit of Shavuot continues until 12 Sivan we bring this thought: “ ... Shavuot is an opportune time to achieve everything: in improving Torah study and Avodah marked by fear of HaShem, and to strive in Teshuvah about Torah study, without interference from the accusing Satan, just like the time of Shofar-blowing and Yom Kippur . . . “ [Hayom Yom, Sivan 4]

*This Tuesday is 15 Sivan. On this day in 1927 the Previous Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Schneersohn, was arrested by the communists for his remarkable efforts in spreading Judasim in Russia. His arrest unltimately resulted in his miraculous release on 12 of Tammuz. The Rebbe would often hold farbrengens on this day, noting that - though it was a sad day - it marks the beginning of a series of events which ultimately led the Previous Rebbe to leave Russia and and come to America, bringing Judaism to the Western Hemisphere.

For more about 15 Sivan, see   here  here and   here


Halachic Times

Earliest Talit & Tefillin (latest of the week): 4
:32 AM
Latest Shma (earliest of the week): 9:08 AM  
or all halachic times, see
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