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Friday – Shabbat Schedule 3/6-3/7


March 6, 2020 5:36 pm March 6, 2020 6:36 pm America/New_York Friday – Shabbat Schedule 3/6-3/7

Friday Night 3/6 Shabbat Candle Lighting 5:36 PM Mincha  5:51 PM Kabbalat Shabbat Drasha: Rabbi Naftali Citron Saturday Morning 3/7 Parshat Tetzaveh Shabbat Zachor Morning Services: 9:15 AM Sof Z’man Kriyat Shema: (Gr”a) 9:13 AM Drasha: Dr. Lee Slavutin Musaf Kiddush following services, sponsored by Dee and Lee Slavutin to commemorate the Yahrzeit of Lee’s father, Natan ben Yaakov Post-Kiddush Series: 1:45 PM Mincha: 5:30 PM followed by Seudah Shelisheet Interested in sponsoring a Kiddush or Seudat Shelisheet? The custom of sponsoring a Kiddush or Seudat Shelisheet is a special way to share your simcha or remember a loved one, and at the same time support and strengthen our community connection while enhancing the community’s Shabbat experience. Sponsoring a Kiddush is easy! You can sponsor a Kiddush or Seudat Shelisheet on your own or with a group of friends for any occasion.

Friday Night 3/6
Shabbat Candle Lighting 5:36 PM
Mincha  5:51 PM
Kabbalat Shabbat
Drasha: Rabbi Naftali Citron

Saturday Morning 3/7
Parshat Tetzaveh
Shabbat Zachor

Morning Services: 9:15 AM
Sof Z’man Kriyat Shema: (Gr”a) 9:13 AM
Drasha: Dr. Lee Slavutin
Musaf
Kiddush following services, sponsored by Dee and Lee Slavutin to commemorate the Yahrzeit of Lee’s father, Natan ben Yaakov
Post-Kiddush Series: 1:45 PM
Mincha: 5:30 PM followed by Seudah Shelisheet

Interested in sponsoring a Kiddush or Seudat Shelisheet?

The custom of sponsoring a Kiddush or Seudat Shelisheet is a special way to share your simcha or remember a loved one, and at the same time support and strengthen our community connection while enhancing the community’s Shabbat experience.

Sponsoring a Kiddush is easy! You can sponsor a Kiddush or Seudat Shelisheet on your own or with a group of friends for any occasion.