Week of July 18-24, 2014/ 20-26 Tammuz, 5774

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The Carriage Hill Community eruv is kosher for this Shabbat

Parshat Matot  7/19/2014

Week of July 18-24, 2014/ 20-26 Tammuz, 5774

Parshat Matot

Friday- 7/18/2014

Minchah 6:45 PM

Candle Lighting time in our shul 6:55 PM

Latest Candle Lighting time 7:55 PM

The Parshah in a Nutshell 7:00 PM

Kabalat Shabbat 7:20 PM

Kidush- Oneg Shabbat 8:00PM

A complete Shabbat meal will be served

Sponsored by Congregation Judea

Saturday- Shabbat  7/19/2014

Parshah Study 8:15 AM

Shacharit 9:00AM

Latest Shema 10:03AM

Torah Reading 10:30 AM

Dvar Torah 11:30 AM

Kiddush 12:15PM

A complete Shabbat meal will be served

Sponsored by Congregation Judea

Earliest Minchah 2:00PM

Ethics of the Fathers 7:00 PM

Shabbat ends/Havdalah 8:52 PM

Monday and Thursday

Shacharit 8:00 AM

Chitat 9:00AM

Matot in a Nutshell

Numbers 30:2–32:42

Moses conveys the laws governing the annulment of vows to the heads of the tribes of Israel.                 War is waged against Midian for their role in plotting the moral destruction of Israel, and the Torah gives a detailed account of the war spoils and how they were allocated amongst the people, the warriors, the Levites and the high priest.   The tribes of Reuben and Gad (later joined by half of the tribe of Manasseh) ask for the lands east of the Jordan as their portion in the Promised Land, these being prime pastureland for their cattle. Moses is initially angered by the request, but subsequently agrees on the condition that they first join, and lead, in Israel’s conquest of the lands west of the Jordan.

Laws and Customs

The Three Weeks

During the Three Weeks, from 17th of Tamuz to the 9th of Av, we commemorate the conquest of Jerusalem, the destruction of the Holy Temple and the dispersion of the Jewish people.    Weddings and other joyful events are not held during this period; like mourners, we do not cut our hair, and various pleasurable activities are limited or proscribed. (The particular mourning customs vary from community to community, so consult a competent halachic authority for details.)  Citing the verse (Isaiah 1:27) "Zion shall be redeemed with mishpat [Torah] and its returnees with tzedakah," the Rebbe urged that we increase in (particularly the study of the laws of the Holy Temple) and charity during this period 

 

 

Get Well Wishes

Men

Shmaryahu Avraham ben Shanna, Azriel Yerachmiel ben Shanna, Shlomo Blyo ben Tziporah, Yitzchak ben Rachel, Mordechai ben Bat Sheva, Noam ben Leah, Yakov ben Chaya, Dovid ben Sonya, David ben Chana. Arthur ben Sarah,  Al ben Chaya. David Gavriel ben Gela, Meir ben Esther

Women

 

Gina bat Penina , Shana bat Chana Dobra, Chana bat Golda ,Sarah Leah bat Belah ,Rachel bat Simchah Frieda, Channah Belah bat Mischapocha, Rachel Dobrah bat Yosepha, Yosepha bat Harriet, Mischapocha bat Sarah, Golda Zahava Adel bat Chana, Leah Merl bat Haddasah, Yehudit bat Etel, Esther bat Chanah. Tzivia bat Sheindel

 

Special Thanks

To the members of the $100 a month club“Join the Club

 

Barton Fisher,  Lynda Dilts Benson, Alex and Marshia Wachsler, Anonymous, nonymous, Aron and Miriam Sanchez, Beverlie Hill ,Harry and Hannah Green, Howard and Susan Friedman, Jack and Liliana Leitman, Jefferey Smith, Matt Dilts, Robert Snow, Richard and Linda Harrow, Silvia Landow, R.M.M. Rabbi and Rebbetzen J. Bronstein,Digital Kosher.com

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Anita Powel, Noan Czuch.For preparing our oneg Shabbat/Kidush 

  Glenda Kennedy and Leo Milgram  For managing our thrift shop online

 

Toda Rabah

Elisheva Sanchez for donating the chalot this Shabbat Parshat Matot

 

Contributions

June 2014

Alex and Marshia Wachsler  Anita Powell  Arlene Gallow    Aron and Miriam Sanchez  Aryeh Linares  Barton Fisher   Bertha Weitzenkorn     Cecilia Palma   Dr. Sarah Goldstein  Elite Sterling Inc.  Harry and Arlene Stein     Howard and Susan Friedman   Jack and Liliana Leitman   Jeffrey Smith   Jill Massaro   Judy M.Branse  Lawrence Turner   Leo Milgram

Linda Dilts–Benson   Matt Dilt  Nancy Cohen  Paul and Lilian Rosen    Rabbi and Rebbetzen Bronstein   Rabbi Yossi and Rochel Gordon   Reba Smolken     Robert Snow   Sam Benmurgui    Sylvia Landow

 

Yeshar Koach To our Minyoners

Who are at the Minyan every Monday and Thursday at 8 AM

 

Aron Sanchez, Howard Friedman, Israel Barrocass, Jack Leitman

Jeffrey Friedman, Jeffrey Smith, Leo Milgram, Matt Dilts, Meir Rivmi, Noam Czuch, Robert Snow ,Steve Krasnor.

 

 

 

Yahrzeit Reminders-Month of Tammuz

 

Traditionally, we light a memorial candle on our memorial board

 

Michael R.Lubell, Olga Kaufman,Hyman Green , Phillip Powell, Judith Helen Sinowitz, Rita Fink,

Isaraelia Kalinoff, Abraham Surtes, Lena Poznansky Weinstein, Morris Hazan , Sam Smolly

Harry Nanes Poznansky, Stanley B.Blass, Bessie Levine Levy ,Pesach Kerner, Isaac Gottfried Edward Schnitzer, Samuel Kaplan, Bella Kugelman

 

Memorial Board Plaques

If you are interested in purchasing/reserving a

Congregation Judea Memorial Plaque or honor a member of your family or a friend with a leaf on the Tree of Life which can be seen hanging in the Social Hal please contact Aron  Sanchez 954 701 0762 or congregationjudea@gmail.com

 

Books

New prayer books can be purchased for $50 in honor or in memory of a loved one.

 

Oneg Shabbat or Kiddush

You can sponsor an Oneg Shabbat or Kiddush  by yourself or with a friend. You can also be a partner with the Shul.

Congregation Judea is accepting now items for our online thrift shop

Call Leo  954 661 6472 or 954 441 5270

 

Goodsearch for Congregation Judea Raise money for Congregation Judea just by searching the Internet at www.Goodsearch.com (powered by Yahoo), shopping online at ww.Goodshop.com or dining at a restaurant in the www.Gooddining.com network.

 

 

Amazon will now donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases when you shop at Amazon Smile (smile.amazon.com). We will reach out to Congregation Judea Inc to ensure it is ready to accept donations from Amazon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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