BACH Weekly Newsletter - If I Am I Because You Are You

06/22/2017 03:36:37 PM

Jun22

BACH Weekly Newsletter

From The Desk Of Rabbi Greene

Civil war broke out. Korach and a congregation of 250 men rebelled against the authority of Moshe Rabeinu. Moshe, tried to reason with Korach, but to no avail. Korach’s perceptions were skewed. Jealousy had infected his soul. This resentment grew and bred an impenetrable stubbornness. He and his group were killed -- swallowed up by the earth.

 

Jealousy is a very corrosive trait. It eats away at the soul of the one who harbours its poison.

 

The Gemara states: “The result of one who harbours jealousy in his heart is that his bones will rot” (Shabbos 152b).

 

Divine retribution is never happenstance. The punishment always fits the crime. Why was it decreed that one’s bones would rot for succumbing to jealousy?

 

The connection between these two ideas can be found in analysing the Hebrew word for “bone”- “etzem”. Besides meaning “bone,” it also means “essence”. Bones make up the framework - the essence - of our body.

 

In spiritual terms, the word is used to describe our innermost self - our “atzmius” - our essence.

 

Even in English we find an overlapping of these words. “I feel it in my bones” -- means that I understand it very deeply.

 

Jealousy, when reduced to its most fundamental level, happens when one becomes detached from his atzmius - himself.

 

When one looks to what others have to evaluate what he needs, this breeds jealousy. If his neighbour has a new car, he must have one also. If another happens to be blessed with a good memory, he becomes jealous and resentful for not being blessed equally. He loses sight of his unique character and background.

 

The midah k’neged midah -- the measure for measure -- is, therefore, quite precise. “The result of one who harbours jealousy in his heart is that his bones will rot”. The action of neglecting one’s atzmius - his essence - causes a reaction of a degeneration of his atzamos -- his bones. Hashem causes them to rot.

 

As the Kotzker Rebbe once said:

 

If I am because you are you. And you are you because I am I then am not I nor are you, you. But if I am I because I am I and you are you because you are you then I am I and you are you.

 

Good Shabbos

 

SHABBAT SCHEDULE

BACH shabbat sCHEDULE 
PARSHAT korach
june 23 - 25
29 Sivan - 31 Sivan

 

Friday, June 23 - Sivan 29

 

6:15am Shacharit

 

7:00pm Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat

 

8:11pm  Candlelighting

 

Saturday, June 24- Sivan 30

 

9am  Shacharit and PDZ Club 

 

10am Babysitting for children ages 1 to 3 

 

10:30am Pray 'N Play with Yocheved

 

Gala Kiddush is sponsored by Neil & Judi Caplan in honor of their 47th Wedding Anniversary and the graduations of their grandchildren - Chana Rivka Kaplan from 8th grade @ TAG, Gwen & Owen Kaplan from 8th grade @ Yavneh Academy, Avraham Yeshava Caplan from Pre1A, and Yehuda Tzvi Caplan from Preschool

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5:30pm Ladies shiur @ the home of Tina Lemberger 1 E Olive St. given by Rebecca Lazar

 

6pm  Oneg @BACH **Note location & time

 

8:05pm Mincha @ BACH followed by Shalosh Seudot

 

9:20pm Maariv @ the BACH and Shabbat Ends

 

Sunday June 24- Tammuz 1
Rosh Chodesh

 

8:30am Shacharit followed by the return of Sunday Breakfast - Lox n Learning with Rabbi Greene

 

9pm Maariv

 

 

 

 

What's Going On At The BACH

9th Annual Boardwalk dinner
registration open

Friday, July 21st @ 7pm on Franklin Blvd Boardwalk

9th Annual Boardwalk Dinner

 

AS ALWAYS THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT!

 

FEATURING - special musical guest Yehuda Green
and Rabbi Naftali Citron of the Carlebach Shul in conjunction with the Annual Carlebach Shabbaton in Long Beach

 

To register for our Boardwalk Dinner Early Bird Special
Available For A Limited Time Click HERE

 

SUMMER IS HERE! 
SAVE THE DATES FOR OUR SUMMER CALENDAR OF EVENTS

mommy n me yoga
tuesdays @ 10am

Calling all mommies (and nannies too!) Bring your baby aged 6 weeks to 2 years for a class that has taken over Long Beach by storm! Lifitkids’ Adele Arkin presents: Mommy n me Yoga! Learn the art of yoga, baby sign language and massage, all while socializing with friends.

Classes will meet on Tuesdays 6/20, 6/27, 7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/2 @ the BACH


FREE of charge, yoga mats provided.

Suggested Donation of $10/class or $50 for the series 

annual carlebach shabbaton & lbeach jewish community hospitality shabbat
july 21 - 22

Join Us for a beautiful shabbat by the beach. Whether you live in Long Beach, want to visit, or are thinking of moving here - this weekend is the perfect action packed chance to take advantage of summer! Done in conjunction with the Jewish Community of Long Beach and the Carlebach Shul of NYC

 

Fri night - 9th Annual Boardwalk Dinner

featuring Yehuda Greene

 

Sat Morning - Davening at Young Israel with Yehuda Greene followed by Lunch at the Long Beach Hotel

Third meal & Mystical Havdallah Service at the BACH

 

Contact office@bachyouth.com for more info about hotel blocks, home hospitality and meals

kids night out! 
thursdays in july & august
5:30 - 7:30pm @ the bach

 BACK by popular demand is Kids Night Out - New & Improved!

 

Featuring: Girls Zumba - have fun while getting fit with friends!

Boys Sports Skills - from baseball, to basketball and football, boys will hone their sports skills and up their game

 

Following our boys and girls programs children will enjoy dinner & one on one learning with Summer Kollel Students

This program is for children ages 6 and up 

daddy & Me Sunday Summer Series

Calling all Daddies (and mommies too) start off your Sunday morning with 8:30am davening @ BACH followed by special programs & treats

 

Sunday, July 9th - SUPER Soccer Sunday featuring

-Youth Bubble Soccer by GameTruck (children and parents aged 7 and up)

- Toddler Soccer Clinic (ages 2 to 5)

 

Sunday, August 13th - Mad Science "Brixology"

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Programs & Community Events

ladies get your paint on!
next wednesday june 28th

  Ladies of the BACH presents ~ Ladies Paint Night! 

 

Wednesday night June 28th

7:30pm - 9:30pm

@ Earth Arts

162 W Park Ave. Long Beach, NY 11561

 

Couvert:

$25 Ladies current members 

$36 non members 

OR

 

$54 includes painting, sipping AND Annual Ladies Membership Fee (that's a discount on  your annual membership when you sign up and pay together for paint night!)

 

** Please note: Ladies Annual Membership Dues expired May 2017 unless you are a lifetime member. 

 

If you can't join us for paint night but still want to renew your membership click here

 

Limited number of spots - RSVP for Paint Night HERE

by Monday June 26th 

 

bach sunday breakfast returns

Back by popular demand! Sunday Breakfast @ the BACH! Shacharit @ 8:30am followed by Lox 'N Learning with Rabbi Greene! To sponsor Sunday breakfast contact rabbigreene@bachyouth.com

annual jewish music 
concert by the sea

Get ready to rock to the tunes of Shlock Rock on Sunday August 6th for the Annual YILB & City of Long Beach Jewish Music Concert

lbje summer services

Join Us on: 

 

Friday, July 21st - special explanatory rooftop shabbat service in conjunction with the 9th Annual Boardwalk Dinner and Carlebach Shabbaton.  Those who are not registered for the dinner are welcome to join for services but we of course hope you will dine with us to!

 

Saturday, August 26th @ Temple Israel - join Azi & Aryeh as we end the summer with a Pre High Holidays Crash Course and special LBJE service

BACH Weekly Newsletter - Who Cares What They Think?

06/15/2017 10:06:53 PM

Jun15

BACH Weekly Newsletter

From The Desk Of Rabbi Greene

And there we saw the giants . . . and we were in our own eyes as grasshoppers, and so we were in their eyes. (13:33)

 

When the spies went to scout out the land of Israel, part of their mission was to evaluate the strength of its inhabitants. They saw that they were physically mighty and spiritually formidable.  The spies felt weak in comparison.

 

It is, therefore, understandable, when they said, “And we were in our own eyes as grasshoppers.” This was an admission of what they thought of themselves. 

 

However, says R’ Menachem Mendel of Kotzk, they were wrong to say, “and so we were in their eyes”?  What difference did it make how we appeared to them? The spies should have never let their adversaries define who they were.

 

We, too, must always be sure of who we are and focused on our mission. We can never let those who are not out for their good define our deeds, our intents or us as a people!

 

Good Shabbos

 

SHABBAT SCHEDULE

BACH shabbat sCHEDULE 
PARSHAT shelach
june 16 - 18
22 Sivan - 24 Sivan

 

Friday, June 16 - Sivan 22

 

6:15am Shacharit

 

7:00pm Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat

 

8:10pm  Candlelighting

 

Saturday, June 16 - Sivan 23

 

9am  Shacharit and PDZ Club 

 

10am Babysitting for children ages 1 to 3 

 

10:30am Pray 'N Play with Yocheved

PDZ Club Awards Ceremony

 

Gala Kiddush in honor of our PDZ Club and Grads co sponsored by Bryan & Liba Adler, Rabbi Daniel & Ann Burstyn, Azi & Jessica Cutter, Elliot & Alana Jakubowitz, Steven & Aliza Siegel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5:30pm Ladies shiur @ the home of Tina Lemberger 1 E Olive St. given by Rebecca Lazar and sponsored by Rebecca Lazar 

 

6pm  Oneg @YILB **Note location & time

 

8:05pm Mincha @ BACH followed by Shalosh Seudot

 

9:18pm Maariv @ the BACH and Shabbat Ends

 

Sunday June 17 - Sivan 24

 

8:30am Shacharit followed by the return of Sunday Breakfast Bagels & Learning following davening. Thank you to Michael & Rebecca Lazar for sponsoring this week's breakfast

 

9pm Maariv

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congrats to all the 2017 graduates! Let the summer begin!! 

Happy Birthday
Michael Lazar
Sivan Lazar

Gaby Frieden

Mazel Tov Dr. Robert Goodman and Lisa Goodman on the forthcoming marriage of their son Brian to Michal Adler

What's Going On At The BACH

PDZ Awards Ceremony

Congrats PDZ Club!

 

This Shabbat we will be celebrating your children and their amazing accomplishments and growth this year with the BACH's PDZ Club.  

 

 Whether your son or daughter comes every week or once in a while, our PDZ champs work hard all year with Oran and Jordana and we are proud of each and every one of them!

 

We look forward to seeing everyone this Shabbat @ the BACH for this special end of year ceremony immediately following davening.

 

Throughout the year we provide top notch shabbat programming and we need your support to keep it going and grow our programs even more!

Please help us celebrate by contributing towards this week's youth themed kiddush and our future youth shabbat programming by

clicking here.  

 

In addition, we will be thanking Oran & Reut Bendelstein and Jordana Sklover for all of their hard work over the last 2 years working with our youth. Show them your thanks and appreciation!


Sponsorship levels:

$72 - Bronze/ PDZ Kiddush Co Sponsor

 

$180 - Silver / PDZ Supporter
Thank you Bryan & Liba Adler
Azi & Jessica Cutter

 

$360 - Gold / PDZ Partner

Thank you Elliot & Alana Jakubowitz

wait til you hear what this father did
this saturday january 17th @ lbje services

Join us this Saturday, June 17th as we celebrate Father's Day & honor

 

Sam Pinto

 Local leader, Library Trustee, Firefighter,

LB Herald columnist, Community & environmental advocate,

and father of 3 little Pintos

 

9:15am Whisky & Wisdom with Azi and Aryeh 
10-11:30am  Main Service

@ Temple Israel Komanoff Ballroom 

305 Riverside Blvd, Long Beach 

 

following services we will join the BACH for a Gala Kiddush in the BACH garden

 

From our patriarch Abraham to our modern day "super dad" Sam Pinto, there's nothing a dad wouldn't do for their little one.  Let's join together and honor the dads!

SUMMER IS HERE! 
SAVE THE DATES FOR OUR SUMMER CALENDAR OF EVENTS

mommy n me yoga
tuesdays @ 10am

Calling all mommies (and nannies too!) Bring your baby aged 6 weeks to 2 years for a class that has taken over Long Beach by storm! Lifitkids’ Adele Arkin presents: Mommy n me Yoga! Learn the art of yoga, baby sign language and massage, all while socializing with friends.

Classes will meet on Tuesdays 6/20, 6/27, 7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/2 @ the BACH


FREE of charge, yoga mats provided.

Suggested Donation of $10/class or $50 for the series 

9th annual boardwalk dinner
friday july 21st

Mark your calendars for THE event of the summer - Friday, July 21st we will be having our 9th Annual Boardwalk Dinner. 

Stay tuned for more information coming next week.

kids night out! 
thursdays in july & august
5:30 - 7:30pm @ the bach

BACK by popular demand is Kids Night Out - New & Improved!

 

Featuring: Girls Zumba - have fun while getting fit with friends!

Boys Sports Skills - from baseball, to basketball and football, boys will hone their sports skills and up their game

 

Following our boys and girls programs children will enjoy dinner & a movie

This program is for children ages 6 and up 

Upcoming Programs & Community Events

save the date
ladies of the bach paint night
wednesday june 28th

Ladies - get your paint on as the Ladies of the BACH paint, sip and enjoy a summer night out with friends! This event will take place at Earth Arts from 7:30 - 9:30pm. 

bach sunday breakfast returns

Back by popular demand! Sunday Breakfast @ the BACH! Shacharit @ 8:30am followed by Lox 'N Learning with Rabbi Greene! Thank you to Michael & Rebecca Lazar for sponsoring this week's breakfast and thank you to Jerry & Chedva Kleinman for sponsoring last week.  To sponsor Sunday breakfast contact rabbigreene@bachyouth.com

annual jewish music 
concert by the sea

Get ready to rock to the tunes of Shlock Rock on Sunday August 6th for the Annual YILB & City of Long Beach Jewish Music Concert

BACH Weekly Newsletter - Where There Is A Will There Is A Way

06/08/2017 02:40:10 PM

Jun8

BACH Weekly Newsletter

From The Desk Of Rabbi Greene

 

This week’s parsha starts with a discussion the Menorah. Earlier in the Torah, Hashem tells Moshe: See that you make it [the Menorah] as I showed you on the mountain. The Gemara tells us– that Moshe was puzzled. He wasn’t sure how to make it. So Hashem showed him a picture of what He wanted - as I showed you on the mountain (Menochos 29).

 

But Rashi, in our parsha, bring a Midrash that tells us that in the end, Moshe still couldn’t make it. So Hashem had him to throw the gold into the fire and through a miracle the completed Menorah emerged.

 

The commentaries ask the obvious question. If Hashem knew that even after coaching Moshe on how to make the Menorah, he wasn’t going to be able to do it, why did He bother showing him image in the first place?

 

The Sfas Emes (R’ Yehudah Aryeh Leib Alter 1847 – 1905) answers: This procedure teaches us the template of how we engender Divine assistance to flow to earth. When you have the will to do something, and the belief that you can be successful, Hashem will take care of the rest! Hashem showed Moshe how to make the Menorah  so that he would truly believe that he could fashion it properly. Once Moshe had the will and the belief that he could succeed, the gates of heaven opened and Hashem ensured his success.

This cosmic karma is hinted to in the Hebrew language itself. The word for willpower is רצון. It contains the same letters as pipeline – צנור. In other words, your willpower creates the pipeline for success.

Good Shabbos

 

SHABBAT SCHEDULE

BACH shabbat sCHEDULE 
PARSHAT behaalotcha 
june 9 - 11
15 Sivan - 17 Sivan

 

Friday, June 9 - Sivan 15

 

6:15am Shacharit

 

7:00pm Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat

 

8:07pm  Candlelighting

 

Saturday, June 10 - Sivan 16

 

9am  Shacharit and PDZ Club 

 

10am Babysitting for children ages 1 to 3 

 

10:30am Pray 'N Play with Yocheved

 

Kiddush sponsor needed. Click here to sponsor this week's kiddush 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5:30pm Ladies shiur @ the home of Tamar Sklover 31 E Penn St given by Rina Hirsch *note change in location

 

6pm  Oneg @BACH **Note location & time

 

8pm Mincha @ BACH followed by Shalosh Seudot

 

9:15pm Maariv @ the BACH and Shabbat Ends

 

Sunday June 11 - Sivan 17

 

8:30am Shacharit followed by the return of Sunday Breakfast Bagels & Learning following davening

 

9pm Maariv

 

 

 

 

 

Mazal Tov Jessica & Sam Pinto on the birth of their new baby girl, Ella. 

Happy Birthday
Mia Auerbach
Gaby Frieden 
Harold Lieberman

Happy Anniversary
Reut & Oran Bendelstein

What's Going On At The BACH

PDZ Awards Ceremony & graduation shabbat 
next saturday jan 17th

Join us June 17th as we applaud our hard working PDZ Club members with a special awards ceremony and kiddush in their honor! We will also be celebrating all those who are graduating as well! Let us know if we should include your grad by contacting the office.

honor thy father @ lbje services
next saturday january 17th

Join Azi & Aryeh on Saturday June 17th for a very special LBJE Service honoring

 

Sam Pinto

 

Father of 3 adorable little ones
Community Advocate

Firefighter & Library Trustee
 

 

This Father of the year will be recognized along with others as we delve deeper into father figures of modern day times and the Torah.

 

10-11:30am 

at Temple Israel Komanoff Ballroom

SUMMER IS HERE! 
SAVE THE DATES FOR OUR SUMMER CALENDAR OF EVENTS

mommy n me yoga
tuesdays @ 10am

Calling all mommies (and nannies too!) Bring your baby aged 6 weeks to 2 years for a class that has taken over Long Beach by storm! Lifitkids’ Adele Arkin presents: Mommy n me Yoga! Learn the art of yoga, baby sign language and massage, all while socializing with friends.

Classes will meet on Tuesdays 6/20, 6/27, 7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/2 @ the BACH


FREE of charge, yoga mats provided.

Suggested Donation of $10/class or $50 for the series 

9th annual boardwalk dinner
friday july 21st

Mark your calendars for THE event of the summer - Friday, July 21st we will be having our 9th Annual Boardwalk Dinner. 

Stay tuned for more information coming next week.

kids night out! 
thursdays in july & august
5:30 - 7:30pm @ the bach

BACK by popular demand is Kids Night Out - New & Improved!

 

Featuring: Girls Zumba - have fun while getting fit with friends!

Boys Sports Skills - from baseball, to basketball and football, boys will hone their sports skills and up their game

 

Following our boys and girls programs children will enjoy dinner & a movie

This program is for children ages 6 and up 

Upcoming Programs & Community Events

bach sunday breakfast returns

Back by popular demand! Sunday Breakfast @ the BACH! Shacharit @ 8:30am followed by Lox 'N Learning with Rabbi Greene!

wednesday night learning

Ladies - join together on Wednesdays @ 8:30pm at the home of Alissa & Steve Grill and learn with our fabulous guest speaker Vivienne Chaya Frank

 

Men - join with Rabbi Greene on Wednesdays @ 8:15pm at the BACH for Inroads to the Gemara Text

BACH Weekly Newsletter - Jerusalem - The Heart of Our Nation

05/25/2017 03:19:54 PM

May25

BACH Weekly Newsletter

From The Desk Of Rabbi Greene

On Wednesday this week we celebrated the jubilee year for Yom Yerushalayim. 50 years ago Lt. Gen. Mordechai "Motta" Gur, who commanded the division that penetrated the Old City of Jerusalem, broadcasted the famous words, "The Temple Mount is in our hands!" (Hebrew: הר הבית בידינו‎‎, Har HaBayit BeYadeinu).

 

Tradition tells us that the very soil Adam was created from, the very place that Avraham bound Yitzchok on the Alter, is in the city of Jerusalem.

For millennium, the Jewish people have had a deep relationship with the city. The Zohar compares the bond between the Jewish nation and Yerushalayim to the intimate love of a husband and wife.

 

Maimonides, in his work Yad Hachazaka, teaches that although greater Israel has descended in holiness since the destruction of the Temple, the holiness of Jerusalem is forever.

 

After thousands of years under foreign rule, the city of Jerusalem is ours. The war in which we took claim to it was an open miracle. For 50 years the Old City has been under Jewish control – another miracle!

 

This week, for the first time since Jewish control of the Old City was reinstated, a sitting president of the United States visited the Kotel. In some small way, this gesture reminds me of the verse from Tehillim (chapter 126): When the Lord returns the returnees to Zion . . . then they will say among the nations, "The Lord has done great things with these."

 

Just as our bodies point to Jerusalem every time we pray, may our hearts yearn for Jerusalem with every breath we take. And may we merit to see the time when: our mouths will be filled with laughter and our tongues with songs of praise” with all of the Jews returning to Israel and the rebuilding of our Temple.

 

Good Shabbos

 

SHABBAT SCHEDULE

BACH shabbat sCHEDULE 
PARSHAT bamidbar 
MAY 26 - 29
1 Sivan - 4 Sivan

 

Friday, May 26 - Sivan 1

 

6:15am Shacharit

 

7:00pm Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat

 

7:57pm  Candlelighting

 

Saturday, May 27 - Sivan 2

 

9am  Shacharit and PDZ Club 

 

10am Babysitting for children ages 1 to 3 

 

10:30am Pray 'N Play with Yocheved

 

Guest speaker Rabbi Alex Tsykin

 

Kiddush sponsor needed. Click here to sponsor this week's kiddush 

 

5:30pm Ladies shiur @ the home of Tina Lemberger, 1 E Olive St. given by renowned guest speaker Ahuva Tsykin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6pm  Oneg @BACH **Note location & time

 

7:45pm Mincha @ BACH followed by Shalosh Seudot

 

Teen Shalosh Seudot @ the Grill's with guests Rabbi Alex & Ahuva Tsykin

 

9:04pm Maariv @ the BACH and Shabbat Ends

 

Sunday May 28 - Sivan 3

 

8:30am Shacharit followed by the return of Sunday Breakfast Bagels & Learning following davening

 

9pm Maariv

 

Monday May 29 - Sivan 4

 

8:30am Shacharit 

 

9:30am City of Long Beach Memorial Day Parade - March with BACH, YILB, and Sephardic

 

 

 

What's Going On At The BACH

SHAVUOT - JERUSALEM STYLE!

Join Us Wednesday May 31st ~ 1st Day Shavuot

As we continue the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Reunification of Jerusalem with a special Israeli themed Shavuot @ the BACH!

 

9:30am Shacharit

10:30am special children's program featuring edible Israel flag making, davening at the "kotel", and human map of Israel

 

Join Us following services for a community wide Gala buffet kiddush luncheon in the Steinberg Memorial garden featuring all your Shavuot dairy favorites and some Israeli favorites too; shakshuka, Israeli salad, bourekas and so much more!

 

Thank you to our kiddush sponsors;

 

Rabbi & Rebbetzin Greene for the yahrtzeit of Rabbi Greene's father,

Dovid Ben Yaakov Z"L

 

Bryan & Liba Adler in honor or Reuven & Elyezer's birthdays

 

Azi & Jessica Cutter in honor of Cobi's birthday

Marc & Elaine Goodman in memory of Marc's mother Fran Goodman and Elaine's parents Marge & Melvin Lebowitz and brother Marty Lebowitz

 

Ladies of the BACH & The Kiddush Club

 

To join and sponsor this beautiful community event and culmination of Shavuot learning and celebration click  here

 

march in the long beach memorial day parade

Join the BACH, Sephardic, and YILB as we march together in the Memorial Day Parade this Monday morning.  To join a carpool group from the BACH at 9:00am to the parade starting point click here .

 

9:30am starting point for BACH/YILB/Sephardic marchers at the North side of Beech and Connecticut

 

10am additional mid way starting point for BACH/YILB/Sephardic marchers at Washington Blvd & Park Ave.

 

We are in need of volunteers to help with some of the preparations and with carpooling. Please click here and let us know if you can help!

Shavuot Schedule

Tuesday May 30 - Sivan 5

 

8pm Candlelighting

 

8:05pm  Mincha followed by Maariv

 

11:45pm Teen Learning @ BACH
Tikun Leil Shavuot @ Sephardic

 

Wednesday May 31 - Sivan 6
First Day Shavuot

 

12 Midnight  Adult learning @ YILB including a special women's learning track lead by Esther Langer

 

Women's learning west @ the home of Aliza Siegel 271 W Olive St.

 

4:45am Teen Vasikin Early Shacharit Minyan @ BACH followed by a special spread of Rebbetzin Greene's famous cheesecakes for the yahrtzeit of Rabbi Greene's father, Dovid Ben Yaakov Z"L

 

9:30am Shacharit

 

10am Babysitting for children ages 1 to 3 

 

10:30am Special children's program featuring edible Israel flag making, davening at the "kotel" and human map of Israel

 

 

Gala Community Kiddush luncheon in the Steinberg Memorial garden featuring all your Shavuot dairy favorites and some Israeli favorites too; shakshuka, Israeli salad, bourekas and so much more!

 

8:05pm Mincha

 

9pm Maariv

 

9:06pm  Candlelighting

 

 

Thursday, June 1 - Sivan 7
Second Day Shavuot - YIZKOR

 

9am  Shacharit 

 

10am Babysitting for children ages 1 to 3 

 

10:30am Pray 'N Play with Jordana

 

10:40am Yizkor

 

Community Kiddush @ YILB following services

 

8:05pm Mincha

 

9pm Maariv 

 

9:09pm Holiday ends

 

Upcoming Programs & Community Events

bach sunday breakfast returns

Back by popular demand! Sunday Breakfast @ the BACH! Shacharit @ 8:30am followed by Lox 'N Learning with Rabbi Greene!

wednesday night learning

Ladies - join together on Wednesdays @ 8:30pm at the home of Alissa & Steve Grill and learn with our fabulous guest speaker Vivienne Chaya Frank

 

Men - join with Rabbi Greene on Wednesdays @ 8:15pm at the BACH for Inroads to the Gemara Text

lbje summer service

Mark your calendars and save the date for the next LBJE Service - Saturday, June 17th @ Temple Israel Komanoff Ballroom.

pdz awards ceremony 
& Graduation shabbat

Join us June 17th as we applaud our hard working PDZ Club members with a special awards ceremony and kiddush in their honor! We will also be celebrating all those who are graduating as well! Let us know if we should include your grad by contacting the office.

Wed, June 28 2017 4 Tammuz 5777