Parashat Re’eh-Rosh Chodesh Elul 5778

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This Week at Ohel Shalom

Mazal Tov! BiSiman Tov!

Mazal Tov to Yael Seruya on her engagement to Yudi Zdanowitz from Brooklyn. Mazal Tov to Mr. Avraham Seruya and Mrs. Simi Seruya and Dr. Joel and Bella Zdanowitz. Mazal Tov as well to Tani Seruya and Yeshaya and Penina Seruya and the entire family.
The Kehillah wishes them much Biracha and Hatzlacha and may they merit to build a Bayit Ne’eman BiYisrael!

Mazal Tov also to Mrs. Roslyn Kohanchi and the entire Kohanchi family on the marriage of Eliahu Kohanchi to Moriah Hertz BE”H this coming Sunday. Mazal Tov also to Rabbi Tzvi and Merav Hertz.
The Kehillah wishes them much Biracha and Hatzlacha and may they merit to build a Bayit Ne’eman BiYisrael!

Kiddush Sponsorship

This week’s Kiddush is co-sponsored by Yarin and Tehilla Hayohamo and Israel and Dasi Hopkins in honor of the birth of their daughters, Shifra Hopkins and Margalit Hayohamo. Mazal Tov to the siblings and the entire extended family.
The Kehillah thanks the sponsors for their generosity.

Rosh Chodesh Elul

Rosh Chodesh Elul begins this Shabbat, Friday night, August 10th and continues through Sunday, August 12th.

Silichot

Silichot will BE”H begin on Monday morning, August 13th. Silichot begin 45 minutes before the Shacharit time of that day.

Kollel Resumes BE”H THIS Sunday
The Kollel will BE”H resume THIS Sunday, August 12th. The 10pm Arvit will also resume BE”H THIS Sunday, August 12th.

It is important to keep in mind that although the Kollel may not be in session, the Beit Medrash is never closed to learning! Please come in and learn as many have B”H done during the Kollel break.

Parashat HaShavua Shiur Update
Rabbi Raccah’s Wednesday evening Parashat Hashavua Shiur will BE”H resume on Wednesday, August 22nd.

Rabbi Yinon Kalazan Shiur

The Sephardic Community Kollel is pleased to welcome back guest speaker Rabbi Yinon Kalazan. Rabbi Kalazan will be giving a shiur on Thursday, August 16th at 8:30 pm. The topic of the shiur is “The Forbidden Act of Sorcery – Fortune Tellers and Seances.” The Shiur will be in Hebrew and is open to men and women. See below for more info. Please join us!

Annual Picnic – Save the Date!

Sunday, August 19th will be our annual picnic. Please see below for more information.

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