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TISHREI 5783

Dear Community Family,

As our world continues to experience global tremors that shake the very foundations of our lifestyles and security, it becomes ever more clear that we are completely dependent on the Creator, Owner, Director and Authoritative Conductor of our mortal realities.

It is Hashem, our compassionate Father in Heaven, Who casts the final determining vote to open the door to incredible blessings or, G-d forbid, to formidable challenges.

In the same way as an intelligent entrepreneur will make a year-end evaluation of his successes, failures, fulfilled objectives, missed opportunities and any other factor that is germane to one’s annual report, so too should each and every one of us look at our own past year and make that same critical, honest analysis in a general way and, if possible, in a more detailed, specific manner.

To navigate the complexities of life on a regular basis requires a deep understanding of life, its function, its purpose, its meaning, how we operate, what can we expect in the future and how do we make the best decisions when issues pose dilemmas.

That very sophisticated process is made completely accessible, utilizing the gift of Torah that Hashem gave us, encompassing His “how to directives” for each and every one of us that explicitly states and elucidates everything we do, including business, nutrition, resting, health, relationships and social responsibilities.

It is the Torah way that already has proven for 3½ long millenniums, through the thick and thin of history, to be the safest and surest path that constantly moves in a positive, upward trajectory, leading to maximum fulfillment and success.

As we prepare for the new year with new potent energies at a time in our history when we are experiencing literal transformation from the few years of insulation and isolation to integrated communal living and healthy interaction, let us renew every aspect of our lives with a greater optimism, commitment to goodness and kindness, connection to Hashem and His directives and a deep yearning with impatient waiting for the immediate coming of Moshiach.

May you and all of us together be blessed with being sealed and inscribed for the best year ever materially and spiritually, with all of the most bountiful blessings from Almighty G-d‘s infinite cornucopia containing everyone’s ultimate hearts’ desires to be realized in the easiest, best way, with happiness, health and peace of mind and soul.

With love, esteem and warm blessings,

Sholom D. Lipskar

 

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Rosh Hashanah Eve

Sunday, September 25        

Candle lighting 6:56 PM

Mincha & Evening Services 7:00 PM

Sephardic Mincha/Achot 7:00 PM

 

Rosh Hashanah 1st Day

Monday, September 26                   

Hashkama/Sunrise Minyan 6:30 AM

Morning Services 8:30 AM

Shofar Sounding (Approx.) 10:00 AM

Sephardic Minyan 8:30 AM

Sephardic Shofar Sounding (Approx.) 11:00 AM

Upstairs Minyan Service 10:00 AM

Shofar Sounding (Approx.) 12:15 PM

Mincha 6:00 PM

Sephardic Mincha/Tashlich 6:10 PM

Torah class 7:00 PM

Sephardic Arvit 7:25 PM

Evening Services 7:47 PM

Candle lighting After 7:47 PM (from existing flame)

 

Rosh Hashanah 2nd Day

Tuesday, September 27      

Hashkama/Sunrise Minyan 6:30 AM

Morning Services 8:30 AM

Shofar Sounding (Approx.) 10:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan 8:30 AM

Sephardic Shofar Sounding (Approx.) 11:00 AM

Upstairs Minyan Service 10:00 AM

Shofar Sounding (Approx.) 12:15 PM

Sephardic Mincha/Arvit 6:30 PM       

Mincha/ Maariv 6:30 PM followed by Farbrengen

Yom Tov ends 7:45 PM

 

Tzom Gedalia

Wednesday, September 28

Fast Begins 5:00 AM

Morning Services 6:50 AM / 7:30 AM / 9:00 AM

Sephardic Minyan 8:00 AM

Mincha 2:00 PM

Sephardic Mincha 6:50 PM

Mincha 6:50 PM

Fast Ends 7:34 PM

 

Shabbos Shuva Friday, September 30

Candle lighting 6:50 PM

Mincha/Evening Services 6:55 PM

 

Shabbos Shuva, October 1

Hashkama/Minyan 7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan 9:00 AM

Morning Services 9:00 AM

Upstairs Minyan Service 10:00 AM

Kiddush 12:30 PM

Shabbos Community Shiur 6:15 PM

Sephardic Mincha 6:15 PM

Mincha 6:50 PM

Shabbos Ends / Havdalah 7:41 PM

 

Yom Kippur Eve

Tuesday, October 4

Mincha 2:00 PM

Sephardic Mincha 2:00 PM

Candle lighting 6:46 PM

Fast begins 6:46 PM

Kol Nidrei Services 7:00 PM

Lecha Eli/Kol Nidrei Sephardic 7:00 PM

 

Yom Kippur Day

Wednesday, October 5

Hashkama/Sunrise Minyan 6:33 AM

Sephardic Minyan 8:00 AM

Morning Services 9:00 AM

Yizkor Memorial Service (Approx.) 11:30 AM

Sephardic Mincha & Neilah 4:40 PM

Afternoon Service 5:15 PM

Neilah Closing Service 6:30 PM

Final Shofar Blow 7:37 PM

Fast Ends 7:37 PM

Maariv/Blessing of the New Moon 7:.37 PM

Follow by light refreshments

 

Friday, October 7

Candle lighting 6:43 PM

Mincha/Evening Services 6:50 PM

 

Shabbos, October 8

Hashkama/Minyan 7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan 9:00 AM

Morning Services 9:00 AM

Upstairs Minyan Service 10:00 AM

Kiddush 12:30 PM

Shabbos Community Shiur 6:15 PM

Sephardic Mincha 6:15 PM

Mincha 6:45 PM

Shabbos Ends / Havdalah 7:34 PM

 

Sukkos Eve

Sunday, October 9

Candle lighting 6:41 PM

Sephardic Mincha/Arvit 6:35 PM

Mincha & Evening Services 6:45 PM

Community Dinner in the Sukkah 8:00 PM (by reservation)

 

Sukkos 1st Day

Monday, October 10

Hashkama/Minyan 7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan 9:00 AM

Morning Services 9:00 AM

Upstairs Minyan Service 10:00 AM

Kiddush in the Sukkah 12:00 PM

Sephardic Mincha/Arvit 6:35 PM / 7:10 PM

Mincha 6:40 PM

 

Sukkos 2nd Day Eve

Monday, October 10

Candle lighting After 7:32 PM (from existing flame)

Evening Services 7:32 PM

Community Dinner in the Sukkah 8:00 PM (by reservation)

 

Sukkos 2nd Day

Tuesday, October 11

Hashkama/Minyan 7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan 9:00 AM

Morning Services 9:00 AM

Upstairs Minyan Service 10:00 AM

Kiddush in the Sukkah 12:00 PM

Sephardic Mincha/Arvit 6:40 PM

Mincha & Evening Services 6:25 PM followed by Farbrengen

Yom Tov ends 7:31 PM

 

Thursday, October 13

Sukkkot Carnival Street Party 5:00 PM

 

Shabbat Chol Hamoed

Friday, October 14

Candle lighting 6:36 PM

Mincha & Evening Services 6:40 PM

 

Shabbos, October 15

Hashkama/Minyan 7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan 9:00 AM

Morning Services 9:00 AM

Upstairs Minyan Service 10:00 AM

Kiddush in the Sukkah 12:00 PM

Shabbos Community Shiur 6:00 PM

 Sephardic Mincha 6:30 PM

Mincha 6:30 PM

Shalosh Seudos 6:50 PM

Ma’ariv and Havdalah 7:27 PM

 

Hoshanah Rabbah

Sunday, October 16

Sephardic all night Learning 1:00 AM

Recite Book of Tehillim 1:10 AM

Sephardic Shacharis & Hoshanot 6:40 AM

Morning Services 8:00 AM / 9:15 AM
 

Shemini Atzeres Eve

Sunday, October 16

Candle lighting 6:34 PM

Mincha 6:35 PM

Evening Service 7:15 PM      

Followed by Kiddush & Hakafos

 

Shemini Atzeres Day

Monday, October 17

Hashkama Minyan 7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan 9:00 AM

Morning Services 9:00 AM

Yizkor Memorial Services (Approx.) 10:45 AM

Upstairs Minyan Service 10:00 AM

Yizkor Memorial Services (Approx.) 12:15 PM

Followed by Kiddush

 

Simchas Torah Eve

Monday, October 17

Mincha & Evening Services 6:30 PM

Light Candles After 7:25 PM (from existing flame)

Followed by Kiddush & Hakafos / Dancing onto the street

 

Simchas Torah Day

Tuesday, October  18

Hashkama Minyan 7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan 9:00 AM

Morning Services 9:00 AM

Kiddush & Hakafos 10:15 AM

(Everyone has an Aliyah/Choson Torah/Choson Bereishis)

Grand Simchas Torah Kiddush 2:00 PM

Mincha & Evening Services 6:00 PM followed by Farbrengen

Sephardic Mincha 6:30 PM

Holiday ends 7:24 PM                                     

 

 

 

                                  

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

 

 

 

HOLIDAY CALENDAR 5783

Rosh Hashanah

Begins sunset of  Sunday, September 25, 2022
Ends nightfall of  Tuesday, September 27, 2022

 

Yom Kippur

Begins sunset of  Tuesday, October 4, 2022
Ends nightfall of  Wednesday, October 5, 2022

 

Sukkot

Begins sunset of  Sunday, October 9, 2022
Ends nightfall of  Sunday, October 16, 2022

 

Shemini Atzeret & Simchat Torah

Begins sunset of  Sunday, October 16, 2022
Ends nightfall of  Tuesday, October 18, 2022

 

Chanukah

Begins sunset of  Sunday, December 18, 2022
Ends nightfall of  Monday, December 26, 2022

 

Fast of Tevet 10

Begins sunrise of  Tuesday, January 3, 2023
Ends nightfall of  Tuesday, January 3, 2023

 

Tu B'Shevat - 15 Shevat

Monday, February 6, 2023

 

Purim

Begins sunset of  Monday, March 6, 2023
Ends nightfall of  Tuesday, March 7, 2023

 

Passover

Begins sunset of  Wednesday, April 5, 2023
Ends nightfall of  Thursday, April 13, 2023

 

Peisach Sheni

Friday, May 5, 2023

 

Lag B'Omer

Friday, May 5, 2023

 

Shavuot

Begins sunset of  Thursday, May 25, 2023
Ends nightfall of  Saturday, May 27, 2023

                                                                       

 

 

 

 

                                                                       

Fri, September 30 2022 5 Tishrei 5783