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TISHREI 5782

Dear Community Family,

This new year 5782 is very outstanding being the Shmita/Sabbatical year filled with blessings and holiness. The Torah gives distinction to every seventh year in the lunar calendric cycle – calling it Shmita, when we must grant the earth respite, without plowing, planting, sowing and harvesting, allowing it to lay fallow and reenergize its nutrients and forces for an entire year. 

The Shmita year is referred to as "the year of Sabbath".  Just as the seventh day of each week is dedicated to G-d in peace and tranquility as we rest from 6 days of work, the 7th year is similarly dedicated to G-d in peace and tranquility as the earth rests from 6 years of agronomic toil and production. 

A main aspect of this particular commandment reinforces our faith and reliance upon G-d who is ultimately the source of our everyday needs, and not to think or feel that our own work and physical environment is the only ingredient for our success. 

The Torah states clearly that when out of natural concern we will ask “What shall we eat on the 7th year?” Almighty G-d assures us that in the sixth year the land will produce so plentifully that it will more than suffice for the 6th, 7th and 8th years as the new crop will only come during the latter half of the 8th year. G-d says, "And I will command my blessings to come upon you to be blessed with all bountifulness in a harmonious and peaceful way”. 

Coming from a very challenging year that included many difficult circumstances from an overwhelming, unfathomable tragedy in Surfside, our world being locked down for more than a year, our deep concern and painful realization of our vulnerability facing the negative attitude towards our people around the world and especially in our Holy Land of Israel, and the individual difficulties that people have faced in many areas, it is time this year to have a complete transformation, when everything will work in an over-the-top manner with all good, happiness, joy, peace of mind and soul, and all that our hearts desires are fulfilled with G-d’s infinite blessings in a good way.

May this year be one truly filled with G-d's oversight and Divine compassion, overflowing with the enormous love that G-d Almighty has for each one of us, His children, as an elderly couple has for an only child in their old age.

We look forward very much to see you personally during these Holy Days and invite you to participate in all of our exciting events.

May each and every one of us and all of Israel be inscribed and sealed for a healthy, happy and sweet new year, together with our brothers and sisters in the Holy Land, with the immediate advent of Moshiach. 

With love and esteem,

 

Sholom D. Lipskar

 

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Rosh Hashanah Eve

Monday, September 6         

Candle lighting                                    7:16 PM

Mincha & Evening Services               7:15 PM

Sephardic Mincha/Achot                    6:50 PM/7:10 PM

 

Rosh Hashanah 1st Day

Tuesday, September 7                    

Hashkama/Sunrise Minyan                6:25 AM

Early Morning Services                      7:30 AM

Shofar Sounding (Approx.)                 9:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan                               8:30 AM

Morning Service                                 10:30 AM

Shofar Sounding (Approx.)                 12:30 PM

Mincha                                                6:00 PM

Sephardic Mincha                               5:35 PM

Tashlich &Torah class                        6:20 PM

Sephardic Arvit                                   7:20 PM

Evening Services                                7:55 PM

Candle lighting                                    After 8:08 PM (from existing flame)

 

Rosh Hashanah 2nd Day

Wednesday, September 8   

Hashkama/Sunrise Minyan                6:25 AM

Early Morning Services                      7:30 AM

Shofar Sounding   (Approx.)               9:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan                               8:30 AM

Morning Service                                 10:30 AM

Shofar Sounding  (Approx.)                12:15 PM

Sephardic Mincha/Arvit                      6:10 PM         

Mincha/ Maariv                                   6:30 PM followed by Farbrengen

Yom Tov ends                                     8:06 PM

 

Tzom Gedalia

Thursday, September 9

Fast Begins                                         5:51 AM

Morning Services                                6:45 AM / 7:30 AM / 9:00 AM

Sephardic Minyan                               8:00 AM

Mincha                                                2:00 PM

Sephardic Mincha                              6:50 PM

Mincha                                                7:00 PM

Fast Ends                                            7:55 PM

 

Shabbos Shuva

Friday, September 10

Candle lighting                                    7:12 PM

Mimcha/Evening Services                  7:10 PM

 

Shabbos Shuva, September 11

Hashkama/Minyan                             7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan                               9:00 AM

Early Morning Services                      8:30 AM

Morning Services                                10:30 AM

Kiddush                                              12:30 PM

Shabbos Community Shiur                6:15 PM

Sephardic Mincha                               6:15 PM

Mincha                                                7:05 PM

Shabbos Ends / Havdalah                  8:03 PM

 

Yom Kippur Eve

Wednesday, September 15

Mincha                                                2:00 PM

Sephardic Mincha                               2:00 PM

Candle lighting                                    7:06 PM

Fast begins                                         7:06 PM

Kol Nidrei Services                             7:15 PM

Lecha Eli/Kol Nidrei Sephardic           6:50 PM / 7:10 PM

 

Yom Kippur Day

Thursday, September 16

Hashkama/Sunrise Minyan                6:25 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                               5:30 PM

Neilah Closing Service                       6:45 PM

Final Shofar Blow                               7:57 PM

Fast Ends                                            7:57 PM

Maariv/Blessing of the New Moon     7:57 PM

Follow by light refreshments

 

Sukkos Eve

Monday, September 20

Candle lighting                                    7:01 PM

Sephardic Mincha/Arvit                      6:35 PM

Mincha & Evening Services               7:00 PM

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

 

Sukkos 1st Day

Tuesday, September 21

Hashkama/Minyan                               7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan                               9:00 AM

Early Morning Services                      8:00 AM

Morning Services                                10:30 AM

Kiddush in the Sukkah                       12:30 PM

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

Mincha                                                 7:00 PM

 

Sukkos 2nd Day Eve

Tuesday, September 21

Candle lighting                                    After 7:52 PM (from existing flame)

Evening Services                                7:40 PM

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

 

Sukkos 2nd Day

Wednesday, September 22

Hashkama/Minyan                             7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan                               9:00 AM

Early Morning Services                      8:00 AM

Morning Services                                10:30 AM

Kiddush in the Sukkah                       12:30 PM

Sephardic Mincha/Arvit                      6:40 PM

Mincha & Evening Services               6:15 PM followed by Farbrengen

Yom Tov ends                                     7:51 PM

 

Shabbat Chol Hamoed

Friday, September 24

Candle lighting                                    6:56 PM

Mincha & Evening Services               6:55 PM

 

Shabbos, September 25

Hashkama/Minyan                             7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan                               9:00 AM

Early Morning Services                      8:00 AM

Morning Services                                10:30 AM

Kiddush in the Sukkah                       12:30 PM

Shabbos Community Shiur                6:00 PM

Sephardic Mincha                               6:30 PM

Mincha                                                6:45 PM

Shalosh Seudos                                  7:05 PM

Ma’ariv and Havdalah                         7:47 PM

 

Hoshanah Rabbah

Sunday, September 26

Sephardic all night Kraya                   1:00 AM

Recite Book of Tehillim                       1:10 AM

Sephardic Shacharis & Hoshanot      6:40 AM

Morning Services                                8:00 AM / 9:00 AM

Shemini Atzeres Eve

Monday, September 27

Candle lighting                                    6:53 PM

Mincha                                                6:55 PM

Evening Service                                 7:35 PM         

Followed by Kiddush & Hakafos

 

Shemini Atzeres Day

Tuesday, September 28

Hashkama Minyan                               7:15 AM

Sephardic Minyan                               9:00 AM

Early Morning Services                      8:00 AM

Yizkor Memorial Services (Approx.)   9:45 AM

Morning Services                                10:30 AM

Yizkor Memorial Services (Approx.)   12:15 PM

Followed by Kiddush

 

Simchas Torah Eve

Tuesday, September 28

Mincha & Evening Services               6:50 PM

Light Candles                                      After 7:44 PM (from existing flame)

Followed by Kiddush & Hakafos / Dancing onto the street

 

Simchas Torah Day

Wednesday, September 29

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                 6:15 PM followed by Farbrengen

Sephardic Mincha                                 6:30 PM

Holiday ends                                         7:43 PM   

 

                                  

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

 

 

 

HOLIDAY CALENDAR

Rosh Hashanah

Begins sunset of  Monday, September 6, 2021
Ends nightfall of  Wednesday, September 8, 2021

 

Yom Kippur

Begins sunset of  Wednesday, September 15, 2021
Ends nightfall of  Thursday, September 16, 2021

 

Sukkot

Begins sunset of  Monday, September 20, 2021
Ends nightfall of  Monday, September 27, 2021

 

Shemini Atzeret & Simchat Torah

Begins sunset of  Monday, September 27, 2021
Ends nightfall of  Wednesday, September 29, 2021

 

Chanukah

Begins sunset of  Sunday, November 28, 2021
Ends nightfall of  Monday, December 6, 2021

 

Fast of Tevet 10

Begins sunrise of  Tuesday, December 14, 2021
Ends nightfall of  Tuesday, December 14, 2021

 

Tu B'Shevat - 15 Shevat

Monday, January 17, 2022

 

Purim

Begins sunset of  Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Ends nightfall of  Thursday, March 17, 2022

 

Passover

Begins sunset of  Friday, April 15, 2022
Ends nightfall of  Saturday, April 23, 2022

 

Peisach Sheni

Sunday, May 15, 2022

 

Lag B'Omer

Thursday, May 19, 2022

 

Shavuot

Begins sunset of  Saturday, June 4, 2022
Ends nightfall of  Monday, June 6, 2022

                                                                       

 

 

 

 

                                                                       

Thu, September 16 2021 10 Tishrei 5782