• Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26
  • Parashat : Behaalotcha
  • Candle Lighting: 17:20
  • Mincha & Arvit on Friday: 17:30
  • Shacharit & Mussaf on Shabbat: 9:00
  • Shabbat Ends: 17:26

Shabbat Parashat Toldot 22.11.14

Shabbat Parashat Toldot was one of those "special" shabbatot in our kehillah, interesting & challenging.  We were lucky to have Rabbi Ehud Bandel with us (Rabbi Gustavo Surazski was abroad) & the program divided into:

 

Friday night - Lecture on "Charity" - Third in the current series on Discrimination organized by our Tikun Olam Committee.

Sat. night - Evening dedicated to Moshe Yanai z"l (previously head of Education at the Ashkelon Municipality) to mark his 30 day memorial.

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On Shabbat afternoon, following prayers, approx. 50 people stayed for a light lunch followed by a lecture which gave an interesting perspective on social rights now & in the past.

On Saturday night, following  havdalah, we were joined by family & friends of Moshe Yanai z"l for a Talmud lesson in his memory. We studied educational problems in public education that existed at the time of the 2nd Temple & continue to this day. During the evening Moshe's daughter, Efrat, spoke about her father & friends remembered him. May his memory be a blessing! 

 

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