Shabbat News: Aharei Mot – Kedoshim

Shabbat Schedule
Please note: Throughout the summer until September
we will be having early Minha.
Candle Lighting: 7:25 p.m.
Minha Friday: 7:00 p.m.
Shaharit: 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Yitzhak’s class: 6:15 p.m.
Minha Shabbat: 7:15 p.m.
Shabbat Ends: 8:36 p.m

Shabbat Shiur for Women
The Shabbat Shiur for Women will take place at 4:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Rosalie Novick, 2818 Jarvis, with guest speaker, Mr. Danny Novick

Shabbat Chidren’s Program
The Shabbat Children’s Program is run by Nava Yitzhak in the Serene Center Zayan Hall every Shabbat from 10 – 11 AM.

CONDOLENCES

We express condolences to Lou Nathan and his family on the passing of his beloved sister.
May the entire family be comforted among the other mourners of Tziyon and Yerushalayim.

We express condolences too to the Mellul family on the passing of our beloved long-time member, Prosper Mellul.
May the Mellul family be comforted
among the other mourners of Tziyon and Yerushalayim.

The following are names of those whose memory will be remembered this week and for whom a special prayer will be recited this Shabbat:

Men: Mansour Nikanjam, Chaim Kohanchi, Albert Palombo (Avraham Palombo),
Joseph Victor (Hasdai) (Yosef ben Avraham), James Rest (Yirmiyahu ben Yehoshua), Jacques Rousso (Yaakov ben Rahel u’Menahem)

Women: Rachel Haravon, Beloria Hayot, Ruth Greenspon Smith (Reva Golda bat Lipa), Naomi Aarons (Nechama bat David u’Bella), Shelley Meshulam (Rachel bat Yaakov v’Simcha), Victoria Alfassa (Bintura bat Nissim), Kadun Louise Azose

Refuah Sheleima – A Speedy Recovery
We wish a Refuah Shleimah to Dr. Rene Amon, Ezra Atami, Martha Bitran, Cecile Esses, Jack Chunowitz, Nagia David bat Yaffa, Prof. Isaac Daniel, Gabriella bat Sarah, Rahel bat Freha Hasson, Len (Yehuda) Marcus, Rachel Shaoul bat Esther, Belinda Soussana, Dr. Betty Jane Yadede, Rachel Leah bat Yehudit, and Zohar ben Mazal.


The Evanston Community Kollel – Ateret Mordechai
Sponsor Learning in the Kollel
Our Rabbis teach that there is enormous power and merit associated with supporting Torah learning. As such, please consider sponsoring a night, a week or a month of learning in the Kollel. You may sponsor in memory, or for a speedy recovery, or in honor of a loved one or friend. In addition to the great merit of supporting Torah in our community, your sponsorship will be marked with printed pages noting the intent of your support that are placed in stands on the tables in the sanctuary for the duration of your sponsorship period.
Here are the costs for the various sponsorships:
A night of learning – $52
A week of learning – $100
A month of learning – $400

Thank you in advance for your support!