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Weekly Newsletter

May 14, 2015
 
Weekly Newsletter

Friday
 
Candle lighting 7:47pm
 
Evening services   6:30pm
 
Saturday
 
Morning services   9am
 
Limited Kiddush/No sponsor
 
Shabbat ends   8:50pm
 
Sunday - Yom Yerushalayim
Celebrating the unification of the city of Jerusalem
 
Monday
 
Hebrew School
 
Tuesday/Adult Education
 
On hiatus
 
Tuesday/Rosh Chodesh Sivan
 
Morning services   7:10am
 
Get Ready For Shavuot!
 
Friday night (5/22) Carlbach Shabbat with Torah Tours at 6:30pm
 
Saturday night (5/23) Gala Seudah Shlishit and Torah study with Torah Tours at 6:30pm
$36/person includes Seudah Shlishit and a light dinner at 9pm
“Tacos and Tequila” - a benefit for TriBeCa Synagogue Tuesday evening June 9th at City Hall Restaurant. Please register and show your support!
 

This week we close out the book of Leviticus with a double portion and also bless the new month of Sivan. Throughout the reading we can sense another kind of progression that the Torah often lays out. In this case we read about how we should first help a person losing his field, then someone losing his house, then someone losing his freedom. The sages explain that this isn’t a random progression but due to the person not respecting the sabbatical year (Shemita) which shows that one has lost his awareness of God’s beneficence.
 
Even though losses build upon each other and may even be intolerable, through this process one's friends and family must be there for support and help a person to redeem himself in time  before reaching the worst case scenario.
 
This year happens to be an actual Sabbatical year in the Jewish calendar and is observed throughout the land of Israel. Although we are not directly involved in its observance we might take the opportunity to look over the way our lives are progressing and see if there may be some divine hints we are ignoring.
 

Rabbi Jonathan Glass

Once again TriBeCa Synagogue notes the passing of one of our generation’s great leaders, Belda Lindenbaum, who was the mother of our past president Victoria Feder. Together with the whole Feder family, Belda and Marcel have been great friends of the synagogue for many years. It is our deepest hope that the great work Belda accomplished in her lifetime will continue for generations to come.
 
Shiva will be observed at the Lindenbaum home 145 Central Park West, corner of 74th street, apartment 3C, beginning Wednesday morning. Minyanim will be weekday mornings at 8:00 am, Sunday morning at 9:00 am and evenings at 7:30 pm. The family welcomes visitors from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm2:00 to 6:00 pm and 7:30 - 9:00 pm(10:30 on Saturday.)  Shiva concludes after shacharit Monday, May 18.   
 
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