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Mazel Tov Ben Shushan Family

The Chabad community wishes
a hearty mazel tov to

Tomer and Basya Ben Shushan

on the birth of a baby girl

May we be collectively blessed with joy in our families and share happy occasions together
 

Parshas Nitzavim - Vayelech

Parshas Nitzavim - Vayelech
5771

Friday, September 23
24 Elul

7:00 pm Light candles
7:10 pm Mincha

Shabbos, September 24
25 Elul

8:30 am Tehillim
10:00 am Shacharis

Kiddush sponsored by
Michael Digelov in memory of his mother
and The Grodners

6:30 pm Womens Shiur
6:45 pm Rambam Shiur
7:10 pm Mincha
Pirkei Avos Chapter 5 and 6
7:52 pm Maariv, Havdalla & Shabbos Ends
8:00 pm Screening of Living Torah

1:00 am Motzei Shabbos Selichot

Sunday, September 25
26 Elul

8:00 am Shacharis
7:10 pm Mincha and Maariv

Monday, September 26 and Tuesday, September 27
27 and 28 Elul

6:15 am Selichot #1 followed by Shacharis
7:30 am Selichot #2 followed by Shacharis

Wednesday, September 28
29 Elul
Erev Rosh Hashanah

6:15 am Selichot #1 followed by Shacharis
7:30 am Selichot #2 followed by Shacharis
No Shofar Today
Hatarat Nedarim (annulment of vows) after morning services

Make Eruv Tavshilin

6:53 pm Light Holiday Candles
7:00 pm Mincha and Evening Services

Apples dipped in honey

Thursday, September 29
1 Tishrei, 5772
Rosh Hashanah Day 1

10:00 am Shacharit
12:30 pm (approx.) Shofar blowing
6:45 pm Mincha & Tashlich
Followed by Evening Services

After 7:47 pm Light Holiday Candles

New Fruit for Shehechiyanu
Begin the Ten Days of Repentance

Friday, September 30
2 Tishrei
Rosh Hashanah Day 2

10:00 am Shacharit
12:30 pm (approx.) Shofar blowing
Before 6:51 pm Light Shabbos Candles
7:00 Mincha & Kabbalat Shabbos
Parshas Ha’ Azinu
5772

Saturday, October 1
3 Tishrei
Shabbos Shuvah

10:00 am Shacharit
6:50 pm Mincha
7:44 pm Maariv, Havdalla & Shabbos Ends
7:55 pm Screening of Living Torah

Sunday, Oct. 2
4 Tishrei
Fast of Gedalia

6:06 am Fast Begins
8:00 am Shacharis
6:45 pm Mincha - Torah Reading and Maariv
Fast Ends at 7:31 pm

Kapparos will be Tuesday, October 4 from 6:00 pm till 8:00 pm

Ten Days of Repentance

The 10-day period beginning on Rosh Hashanah and ending on Yom Kippur is known as the "Ten Days of Repentance"; this is the period, say the sages, of which the prophet speaks when he proclaims (Isaiah 55:6) "Seek G-d when He is to be found; call on Him when He is near." It is thus a most auspicious time to rectify the failings and missed opportunities of the past and positively influence the coming year. Psalm 130 and other special inserts and additions are included in our daily prayers during these days.
Shabbos Shuvah

The Shabbat between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is called Shabbat Shuvah, "Shabbat of Return." The name derives from the Haftarah (reading from the prophets) for this Shabbat, which opens with the words (Hosea 14:2), "Return O Israel unto the L-rd your G-d..." According to master Kabbalist Rabbi Isaac Luria ("Ari"), the seven days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur (which will always include one Sunday, one Monday, etc.) correspond to the seven days of the week. The Sunday between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur includes within itself all Sundays of the year; the Monday embodies all Mondays, and so on. Shabbat Shuvah is thus the archetypal Shabbat -- the juncture in time at which we are empowered to influence every Shabbat of our year.

NOTICE:
Beginning Friday, September 23,
the men’s Mikvah door will not
remain open on Friday afternoons.
You will need an access card
to gain entry on Fridays.
Purchase at office or www.mtyhouston.org

Mazel Tov Zaklikofskys

The Chabad community wishes
a hearty mazel tov to

Rabbi Yossi and Esty Zaklikofsky

on the birth of a baby girl

May we be collectively blessed with joy in our families and share happy occasions together
 

Mazel Tov Feigenson Family

The Chabad community extends its hearty Mazel Tov to

The Feigenson Family upon the engagement of their daughter

Mushkie Feigenson (TDS '04) to Yaacov Feiglin of Melbourne, Australia

May we share only Simchas.

Mazel Tov Perl Family

The Chabad community wishes
a hearty mazel tov to


Hetty & Avrohm Perl and to their son

Eli & Avigail Perl of Brooklyn 

on the birth of a son and grandson.

May we be collectively blessed with joy in our families and share happy occasions together
 

 

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