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Shabbat Parshat Re'eh
Shabbat Mevarchim

August 15, 2020 | 25 Av 5780

 

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Shabbat Timetable

Friday, August 14

  • Earliest Mincha: 1:58p
  • Earliest candle lighting: 6:36p
  • Zoom Kabbalat Shabbat: 7:00p click here
  • Candle lighting: 7:38p
  • Sunset: 7:57p
  • Daven Mincha by 7:57p

Shabbat, August 15

  • Sunrise 6:54a
  • Latest Shema 10:09a
  • Latest Amidah 11:14a
  • Earliest Mincha 1:58p
  • Sunset 7:56p
  • Daven Mincha by 7:56p
  • Havdalah 8:35p
  • Havdalah with Chazan Berson of Congregation KJ  9:30p click here

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Shabbat Docs

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Our YIH Family

Mazal Tov:

  • Shawn & Melissa Levine on the birth of their son Owen W. Levine (Nachum Oz)
  • Tzvi & Rachael Schachter on the birth of a granddaughter, Reina Malka, to Ariella & Hershy Ives, and to aunt & uncle Goldie & Yisroel Silverman
  • Rabbi Yaakov & Reva Homnick on the birth of their grandson to Devorah & Shua Heisler
  • Michael & Rivkah Marcus on the engagement of his son Myles to Adina Grossman, from Hollywood.  And congratulations to mothers Beryl and Rysia, father Michel Grossman, Myles' sister Marcella, Adina's brother Isaac and all others in the Marcus/Venis and Grossman families
  • Barry & Lois Levontin on the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson Zev Levontin of Bet Shemesh.  A special Mazal Tov to the parents Josh & Yael and siblings Nati, Noam, Gabi & Ilai and to the entire family.

Welcome New Members:

  • Harry & Haviva Peters

Refuah Shleima:

  • Cholim: Binyamin Simcha ben Adina Minya (Binny Ciment), David HaKohen ben Esther (Lev Kandinov’s father), Israel ben Rachel Leah (Izzy Sabo-Chanan Sabo’s father), Melech Yonah ben Gittel (Jonathan Kalish's father), Moshe ben Masha (Craig Barany), Netanel Elan ben Shayna Tzipporah (wounded IDF soldier),  Shmuel ben Leah, Solomon ben Solika (Solomon Perez-Ilana Melnitsky’s father), Yehuda Arieh ben Mindla (Philippe Leiberman’s father), Yitzchak Chanoch ben Chana (nephew of Vanessa Shamah and Lauren Davis), Yitzchak Mendel ben Sarah Baila (Sammy Shapiro's father), Yoseph Benyamin ben Cochava (Ralph Sharaby’s son), Yussel ben Hinda Leah (Joel Bofshever-Dorie Ehrenreich’s father)
  • Cholot: Ahuva bat Friedel, Batya bat Sara, Chana Ety bat Zirel Libah, Devora bat Sheina Baila, Feiga Necha bat Pessel (Fay Lerner), Masha bat Ruth (Marcia Chonchol-Craig Barany’s mother), Nechama Chaya bat Sima (Mimi Jankovits' mother), Rivka bat Sarah, Rivkah Chaya bat Devora (Reva Shapiro, daughter of Debbie & Sammy Shapiro), Rivka bat Elka Libe (Mark Langer's sister), Sara Leah bat Rochel (Cynthia Lynn Haber-Cheryl Hamburg’s sister), Sara Leah bat Bracha (Stacey Deutsch), Sara bat Aviva (Eliana Lifshultz), Shira Raizel Esther bat Mina Zosha (Ruth Messer’s granddaughter), Yocheved bat Tzril (Joan Niad), Yocheved bat Henya Sheindel (Jessica Schultz)

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Shul Events & Announcements

Minyanim:

  • Those who will be davening from home are encouraged to pray at the same time as one of our minyanim, thereby connecting the prayers of the individual with those of the congregation.
  • IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE: The coronavirus is still among us, and Florida is currently experiencing a large spike in Covid cases. Please exercise caution to help slow the spread of the disease. Our guidelines in shul should be a model for how we act at all times: wear a mask, maintain social distancing, wash your hands regularly. Let's make sure our interactions with the outside world and with others are done in a deliberate and cautious manner. It is a mitzvah to go above and beyond the basic recommendations in order to protect our family and our community- and literally save lives.

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Next Shabbat : Partnership Shabbat with the OU


Audio Shiurim: 
Please visit our website page 
https://www.yih.org/audio-shiurim.html  

  • Rabbi Weinstock's Daf Hashavua shiurim from Yevamot 
  • Recent shiurim by Rabbi Menachem Liebtag, Rabbi Jonathan Hirsch, Mrs. Mali Brofsky, Rabbi David Brofsky

Covid-19 Recovery Fund:  Please contribute by clicking here or mail a check to the shul 


Shul Office Hours:  Mon.-Thurs. 10:00am-4:00pm | Fri. 10:00am-1:00pm


Keilim Mikvah:  The Kalim Mikvah is open Monday - Thursday 11am - 4pm. Please call the office prior to your arrival 954-966-7877 to make an appointment. For your own safety, and the safety of others, we appreciate your cooperation in abiding by the following rules.:

Wear a mask. Keep a safe distance from other users by staying in your car if someone is ahead of you. Unwrap all items prior to arrival. After using the Keilim mikvah, please use the spray sanitizer provided on any surface you may have touched. We cannot accommodate commercial toveling at this stage.


The SPIRIT Initiative (an Orthodox Union partnership) will be presenting a session on September 3 with Yitz Tuchman.  The topic is "Jewish Law and Custom and the Courts of New York State." More information to come.


YIH Tuesday Women’s Tehillim Group continues with assigned chapters being read at home. If there is any interest in a weekly Zoom Tehillim gathering, please contact Jillian Galitzer on her cell phone 954-557-6926

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Virtual Programs

click here to view all our Virtual Programs

New Series with Sara Frieberg to begin in September




Youth Program
 Zoom into Shabbat with Rabbi Weinstock
Weekday classes with Rabbi Frieberg

 

 

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PLEASE NOTE: Content in the Community News section below is contributed by outside organizations and individuals not affiliated with Young Israel of Hollywood-Ft. Lauderdale (YIH). Inclusion of content in this section does not constitute an endorsement on the part of YIH, our rabbis, staff, or Board of Directors.


Community News Relating to COVID


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Bikur Cholim Blood Drive - details will be available soon


MESSAGE FROM UNITED HATZALAH:

United Hatzalah, in partnership with CoronaCareIsrael, is proud to present free and anonymous online counseling to frontline healthcare providers.  To easily access this service or sign up anonymously click here. Confidentiality is of prime importance to us, and we will never require any identifying details. We invite all frontline staffers to utilize our services during this challenging time. 


Community News

General Information

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In Partnership with the Orthodox Union

TUESDAY, AUGUST 18 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Safety with Aging  - Part I

- Prevention
- Preparation
- Intervention
Presented by Susan Methal, RN
Corporate Director of Day Care Services, Bainbridge Adult Health Center
CLICK HERE to register

THURSDAY, AUGUST 20 @ 11:00 AM
XiGong: Improving Mental and Physical Health

What is Xi Gong?
Xi Gong is a mind-body-spirit practice that improves one’s mental and physical health.
Xi Gong benefits include lowering blood pressure, improving balance, quality of sleep, pain relief, strengthening immune system, increasing bone density, and more.  Xi Gong also has been proven effective in depression and anxiety relief, and stress and stress-related illnesses.
Xi Gong can be practiced standing or sitting.  People with physical limitations can easily adapt the Xi Gong movements to their capabilities and continue to reap the benefits of practice.
Presented by:
Naomi L. Baum, Ph.D., Resilience Associates
CLICK HERE to register

PERFECT PAIR MATURE ADULT SIGN UP 
PERFECT PAIR is a project of our new summer initiative, Project Community 2020, in which a mature adult will be matched up with a teen with similar interests to build a friendship and to share a Living Legacy of wisdom, values, humor, experiences and more. As mature adults, you have so much knowledge and life experience to share with the younger generations. Through weekly talks and discussion, we hope you will build a special bond that will enhance your life and the life of your “perfect pair.”

  • The interactions will be in a virtual setting – either by phone, WhatsApp video call, FaceTime, ZOOM, or another way in which you are comfortable interacting so that there are no concerns of transmission of COVID-19. 
  • If you are part of the Sandwich Generation, and have a parent or other older relative who may benefit from this program, feel free to complete a form for that individual (with his/her permission).
    CLICK HERE TO BECOME A PERFECT PAIR!

Community News Briefs...

  • Shema Yisrael Judaic Lending Library.  Free.  Hundreds of adult and children books to choose from.  Library hours flexible.  Social distancing observed. Tamar 305-721-5880.  Also accepting book donations upon approval.
  • Tomchei Shabbos assists needy families in our community with meals for Shabbat. Checks may be mailed to the shul, or donate online at www.yih.org
  • Bikur Cholim Medical Equipment Gemach: If you are in need of medical equipment on a temporary basis such as a wheelchair, walker, crutches, please call 954-894-8514 or contact www.bikurcholimhollywood.org 
  • Babies and Mamas Gemach — 4 imahot. If you are interested in learning more about this new Gemach and their services, or to volunteer or donate, please visit 4imahot.com for more information. 
  • Jeanette Levine Bridal Gemach. Contact Robin Andisman 954-588-7600 or rdubowitz@hotmail.com
  • Gemach Matchmaker - If you have anything that you don't need anymore and would like to donate to a needy Jewish family, please text/whatsapp me. I will match you up with a family who will pick it up directly from you. You will get their name and number before they call you to make arrangements for pick up. Orit Sabo 917-359-5818.
  • Young Israel of Hollywood is proud to have a synagogue section at the only Chevra-Kadisha-owned cemetery in South Florida: South Florida Jewish Cemetery. Special pricing available to YIH members and their families. Plots start at $3,300.  Contact the cemetery office for more details or to make an appointment.  561-264-4364  info@SFJC.org
  • Nishma Research: This survey is not accepting additional responses at this time. However, we invite you to take a shorter version of the survey of the Jewish community dealing with the Coronavirus. Nishma will make the findings fully available, and you can get the findings emailed to you directly. The survey can be accessed at https://bit.ly/coronavirus-jewish
  • Kosher Food for Venezuela if anyone is interested in helping to send food directly to the Jewish community in Venezuela, please contact David Tuchinsky at 954-895-7896
  • Asicha Seminars Summer 2020. Intensive Torah study for women (post high school and above) Mondays at 8:30pm on Zoom click here

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Thu, August 13 2020 23 Av 5780