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March 10, 2022
 
 

Friday

Morning service   7:30pm

Candle lighting   5:40pm

Evening services   5:45pm

Cake and beverages

 

Saturday

Morning services   9:30am

Kiddush

Women's Study Group

Shabbat ends   6:41pm

 

Sunday

NCSY   4pm

 

Monday

Hebrew School

 

Tuesday/Adult Education

Joshua   7pm

Hebrew Reading/Siddur   8pm

 

Wednesday/Fast of Esther

Fast begins   5:53am

Morning service   7:10am

Afternoon service   1:30pm

Evening service   7:15pm

Megillah   7:30pm

 

Thursday/Purim

Morning service   7am

Megillah   7:40pm

Hebrew Reading

/Siddur   8pm

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We begin the book of Leviticus with the portion of Vayikra, introducing the phenomenon of sacrifices, which were offered at the tabernacle that was just completed with the conclusion of the book of Exodus. 

While the English word sacrifice does some justice to the ritual in that one does give up resources, more can be learned from the Hebrew term Korban (קרבן) which the sages say comes from the word Karov, meaning close. In other words, the goal of a sacrifice is to become closer to the Almighty. 

And this concept is the key distinction between how the Torah views sacrifices versus the pagan concept, although on the surface they appear very similar. The pagan seeks to bend the deity's will to his will while the Israelite seeks intimacy with the Almighty to better ascertain God's will.

This Shabbat is also known as Parshat Zachor, referring to the additional reading dealing with the nation of Amalek. It is read right before Purim because of its connection to Amalek through Haman, who was known as the Agagite, referring to the king of Amalek in our haftarah.

The Women's Study Group will conclude its discussions on the Book of Esther and Purim.

Tribeca Synagogue is seeking Saturday Morning Kiddush Sponsors going forward. 

NCSY will come to TriBeCa Synagogue this Sunday at 4pm  inviting all High School students to participate in a Shaloach Manot project and plan future events. Contact Rabbi Glass for more information.

Please reserve here ASAP for Purim Dinner this Wednesday evening.

With the changing of the clocks this Sunday morning our weekday evening services will be on hiatus until next November.

Launch Math + Science Centers will be offering exciting, educational, weeklong STEM camps for K-4th graders at Tribeca Synagogue again this summer! Campers discover physics and archaeology, create architectural structures, code roving robots – and more. Each week is jam-packed with hands-on STEM projects. Plus, campers explore challenge-based problem-solving activities and learn the techniques needed to make cool videos. Register by March 31st to receive BIG early bird discounts! Plus, members of the Tribeca Synagogue community can use promo code TribecaSynagogue2022 at checkout for an additional $50 off (good through May 31).  Visit www.launchmath.com to register today!

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Fri, May 20 2022 19 Iyyar 5782