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March 24, 2022
 
 

TONIGHT

Hebrew Reading for Beginners   6:30pm

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85395629451

Portion of the Week/Passover   7pm

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Friday

Morning service   7:30am

Candle lighting   6:55pm

Evening services   6:30pm

Cake and beverages

 

Saturday

Morning services   9:30am

Kiddush by Dolores and Gordon Wine

Women's Study Group

Shabbat ends   7:56pm

 

Sunday

Morning services   8:45am

 

Monday

Hebrew School

 

Tuesday/Adult Education

Joshua   7pm

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85974209345

Advanced Hebrew Reading   8pm

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82370453845

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parshat Shemini refers to the 8th day following the 7 days of seclusion the kohanim observed before emerging to begin ministering to the tabernacle. With this day, centuries of temple Judaism began that took us from ancient society into the common era. 

Normally the number 8 connotes transcending nature but Rabbi Hirsch breaks it down further by explaining that 6 is the limited physical element and 7 is the "creative freedom of the spiritual element". And it is 8 that combines the first two components in total harmony which was achieved with the completion of the tabernacle. May we merit to see this harmony return speedily in our days!

This Shabbat is the 3rd of the 4 special readings when we read about the red heifer and the purification ritual for those who had come into contact with the dead. In temple times this was an important reminder to prepare oneself well in advance to be able to partake of the Passover sacrifice.

We bless the new month of Nisan this Shabbat and the molad will be this Friday at 4:36pm.

The Women's Study Group transitions to the Haggadah for the next few weeks and will meet right after kiddush.

Kiddush this weekend is sponsored by Dolores and Gordon Wine in Honor and Memory of the 146  women and men who lost their lives in the terrible Triangle ShirtWaist Factory Fire, March 25th 1911. Most of the victims were Jewish and lived on the Lower East Side.

The TriBeCa Synagogue is thrilled to announce the birth of a son to Larry and Sara Rosenblum, son and daughter in law of our longtime members and trustee, Denise and Ken Rosenblum. There will be services this Sunday morning at 8:45am and the bris will follow.

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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