Candle Lighting: 4:43pm
Daf Yomi: 6:55am and 3:20pm
Sof Z'man Kriat
Women's Tehillim (Conference
Daily Davening Schedule
Mon & Thu: 6:20/7:00/7:30/8:00am
Tue, Wed, Fri: 6:30/7:00/7:30/8:00am
Mincha/Maariv (Sun-Thu): 4:55pm
Late Maariv (Mon-Thu): 9:00pm
* Please note new 8:00am minyan
Schedule of Classes
8:00am: Minchat Chinuch, R. Reuven Fink
8:00am: Talmud, R. Abish Zelishovsky of Bais Medrash
Gavoha of Lakewood
1:30pm: Parshat Hashavua,
R. Reuven Fink
8:00pm: Jewish Philosophy,
R. Reuven Fink
8:30am: Women's Tehillim Group at the home of Anne
8:00pm: Talmud Ta'anit, R. Reuven Fink
Daily Daf Yomi Shiurim
Mon: 5:30am & 8:00pm
Tue & Wed: 5:40am & 8:00pm
Thu: 5:30am & after 9:00pm Maariv
Sat: 6:55am and 1 hour before Mincha
Welcoming New Members to YINR! Women's League's
Hospitality Committee plays an important role in helping to ensure
that newcomers to our community feel welcome and have a smooth
transition. Please email the shul Hospitality Committee if
* need a Shabbat or Yom Tov
* would like to host new
members for a Shabbat
* have any ideas as to how we
can better serve guests and
* know of new families who
are visiting the
The Hospitality Committee
NewRoShul Mailing List
The NewRoShul Yahoo Group is a mailing list serving
Jewish families in the New Rochelle vicinity. Topics of discussion involve
childcare, service providers (electricians, gardeners, plumbers,
doctors, etc.), items for sale/to give away, and much more. Men
and women welcome. Please click here to join.
If you have any questions, please contact Tamar Weinberg.
Shabbat Youth Program
Shabbat Morning Schedule
8:45-10:30am Teen Minyan - Grades 7-12 (MP1)
9:00-10:30am: Babysitting - Nursery-Kindergarten (MP3/4)
9:30-10:30am: Junior Congregation - Grades 1-4
9:30-10:30am: 5th and 6th Grade Davening Groups
Nursery - MP3/4
Kindergarten - MP2
1st/2nd Boys - MP1
1st/2nd Girls - MP2
3rd/4th Boys - MP 5/6
3rd/4th Girls - MP1
5th/6th Boys - MP7
5th/6th Girls - Social Hall
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Email us your news
All information that you want included in the weekly
email must be sent into the shul office at email@example.com
VIA EMAIL ONLY by 10:00am Thursday morning to ensure inclusion in
that week's email announcements. Thanks for your cooperation.
Mazal Tov to
Yael and David Edelstein on the Bar Mitzvah of their son Jacob.
Mazal Tov to Jacob's brothers, Joshua and Joseph. Mazal Tov
to Jacob's grandparents, Dr. Morton and Jean Durst and Dr. Leonard
and Rochelle Edelstein, aunt and uncle Ariella and Simcha
Gissinger, and cousins Eliora, Jakey, Sammy and Jonathan.
Mazal Tov to
Jocelyn and Joey Kleinman on the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter
Micki. Mazal Tov to Micki's sisters Ayelet, Jennie and Lili.
Mazal Tov to Micki's grandparents Eunice and Bernie Kleinman
and her entire extended family.
Mazal Tov to
Anne and Mark Wasserman on the upcoming wedding of their daughter
Zahava to Aaron Sieratzki, son of Sandy and Ron Kahn. Mazal
Tov to Zahava's siblings, Joey, Bailey and Andrew, Rebeccah, and
Jordyn, and grandparents Ellen and Stanley Wasserman and Helene and
Mazal Tov to
Elaine and Mark Weitzman on the engagement of their son Yaron to
Micole Horowitz, daughter of Marla and Avri Horowitz of Scarsdale.
Mazal Tov to siblings Ilan and Rebecca, grandparents Leah
Weitzman and Vivian and Sol Rosen, as well as cousins Ruth and Dan
Krasner and Lacey and Brian Kalb and families.
To send a
tribute card from YINR in honor of these smachot, or any other
reason, please click here.
the Hashkama Minyan is sponsored by YINR.
the Main Minyan is sponsored by Yael and David Edelstein in honor
of the Bar Mitzvah of their son Jacob.
Thank you to
the following families for sponsoring this week's Tomchei
Lisa and Joey
Bernstein in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Lisa's mother, Sondra
Rene and Gary Goldberg
in commemoration of the yahrzeit of Rene's father, Nathan Elkin
Ruach. Ruach will not
be held at the shul next week. For those going to the Broadway
show, please note that Brunch at Swirl will be at 11:45pm followed
by the show. Transportation is provided. If you would
like to sponsor Ruach in honor or in memory of someone, please
contact Vera Koppel.
Mikvah Breakfast. The Mikvah of New Rochelle's 6th Annual Breakfast will
take place on Sunday, February 1 at 10:00am at YINR. The
guest speaker will be Rabbi Evan Hoffman of Congregation Anshe
Sholom. To make a reservation click here.
Tu B'Shvat Seder. On Tuesday evening, February 3 at 7:00pm, YINR
will celebrate Tu B'Shvat, the Rosh Hashanah of Trees ("Rosh
Hashanah La'ilanot"), with a traditional Tu B'Shvat Seder,
complete with fruits, goods and wines that are symbolic of this Yom
Tov. Rabbi Fink will lead the seder and all members are
invited. The seder is sponsored by the Scher Family in
commemoration of the yahrzeit of Brad's mother, Rosalyn Scher
(Raizal Bas Simcha Halevi, z"l). A buffet dinner will be
served so it is important that you RSVP if interested in attending
in order that we might have sufficient food for the event.
Please be courteous and RSVP no later than Monday, January 26.
You may RSVP to Barbara in the synagogue office or by email
Upcoming Scholar-in-Residence. Rabbi Professor Adam Ferziger will be our
Scholar-in-Residence on Shabbat Parshat Yitro, February 6-7.
Professor Ferziger teaches in the Department of Jewish
History and Contemporary Judaism at Bar-Ilan University. His
scholarship focuses on Jewish religious denominations and their
ideologies and on the encounter between Jewish law and contemporary
social realities. Dr. Ferziger will speak at an oneg on
Friday night, "Brother or Other: Orthodoxy and the
Nonobservant Jew," at the Hashkama Minyan, "On the Value
of Fragmentary Judaism: Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein and Jewish
Others," in the Main Minyan, "Between Inreach and
Outreach: The Realignment of American Orthodoxy" and after
Mincha, Shabbat afternoon, "Cremation after the Holocaust: How
the Shoah Reframed a Halakhic Question." Please contact
the shul office if you would like to sponsor his
visit, the Oneg Shabbat or Seudah Shlishit.
Women's Initiative for Jewish
is pleased to announce the next program in its series scheduled for
Tuesday, February 10 at 7:45pm. Dr. Yael Ziegler will be
joining us from Israel where she is a lecturer in Tanakh at Herzog
College in Gush Etzion and at MATAN, the Women's Institute for
Torah Studies in Jerusalem. Dr. Ziegler will speak on the
topic "Portrait of the First King: Philistines, Amalekites and
The Two Deaths of Saul." Please save the dates of
Tuesday, March 17 and Tuesday, May 12 for upcoming WIJS events.
We hope you can join us; both women and men are invited to
YINR Annual Dinner. YINR's 48th Annual Dinner will take place
on Sunday, March 8. Haina Just-Michael and Bernard Michael
are our Guests of Honor, and Aura and Daniel Lurie will receive the
Young Leadership Award. Watch your mail this week for more
would like to thank everyone who attended our very popular annual
cooking demonstration fundraiser this past Tuesday evening.
We were very fortunate to have one of our own members, Dini
Klein, as our "personal" chef! A huge thank you to
the all those who made this event possible: Jill Goldfein, Lindsay
Hakimi, Irena Veksler Offengenden, Adina Soniker and Michelle Zellner.
Thank you to all our generous sponsors. Thank you to Jonah
Sarasohn and the shul office staff for their ongoing support.
Lastly, thank you to Dini and Michael Klein for opening up their
home and kitchen for this very successful event.
Save the Date: Women's
League's Pre-Pesach Boutique will take place on Sunday, March 15!
Opportunity. Sabrina Landau
(Phyllis and Ed Chernoff's daughter) recently had twins (a
boy and a girl). The boy is doing well and came home.
Unfortunately, the girl, Goldie, is having some health
complications and is still at the Children's Hospital at
Montefiore. We are looking for volunteers to stay with Goldie
in the hospital when Sabrina cannot be there with her. Any
amount of time you can visit will be greatly appreciated.
To sign up for a time slot, please click here.
V'Shinantam Learning. The second V'Shinantam of the year will take
place on Motzei Shabbat, January 24 from 6:45 to 7:45pm. Children
and their parents will enjoy learning about the Parsha and all children
will go home with a prize, in addition to the one grand prize
Rescheduled Snow Tubing. Snow tubing for 5th-8th graders has been rescheduled
for this Sunday, January 25. We
will be meeting at the shul at 1:15pm and plan to be back at the shul
at 6:00pm. Tickets will be reserved on a first-come first-served
basis since there are a limited number of seats on the bus. The
cost for snow tubing and transportation is $40 per child.
Please RSVP to YINRYouth@gmail.com and
click here to pay.
Theatre (RCT) presents its winter
shows, Oliver and 42nd Street, both featuring
some of our YINR youth. Oliver performances are
Saturday, January 24 at 8:00pm, and Sunday, January 25 at 2:00pm
and 6:00pm. 42nd Street performances are Thursday,
January 29 at 8:00pm, Saturday, January 31 at 8:00pm, and Sunday,
February 1 at 2:00pm and 6:00pm. All performances are held at
the Lovinger Theatre at Lehman College, 250 Bedford Park Blvd, West
Bronx, NY (big parking lot on Goulden Avenue, directly across from
the campus entrance). All seats are $15. Visit www.riverdaletheatre.org to
purchase tickets. For more information, contact Judy Friedman
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-714-9487.
Westchester Beit Midrash Kollel. Rabbi Yosef
Kalatsky, Dean and Founder of the Yad Avraham Institute will speak
on "The DNA of the Jewish People" on Tuesday, January 27.
Reception 8:00pm, 8:30pm Lecture, 10:00pm Maariv. (1495
Weaver Street, 2nd Floor, Scarsdale). To RSVP, please click here or call 917-757-6300.
of Auschwitz Event. The Center for Jewish
will present a program "In Commemoration of the 70th
Anniversary of The Liberation of Auschwitz" on Tuesday,
January 27 from
4:00 to 6:00pm. This program is presented in cooperation with
the Museum of Jewish Heritage which presents "Stories of
Regeneration from the Second Generation" at 7:00pm.
Complimentary transportation will be provided to the Museum of
Jewish Heritage at 6:00pm.
Anniversary Dinner. WDS's 67th
Anniversary Dinner will be held Motzei Shabbat, January 31, 8:00pm
at Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Tarrytown. YINR member Laurie Popiel
will receive the Faculty Award. To RSVP, please click here.
UJA Chai House Tu
B'Shvat Volunteer Project. UJA-Federation
of New York's New Rochelle Community invites you to participate in
a special Tu B'Shvat volunteer program at Chai House on Wednesday,
February 4 at 10:00am. Chai House is a residential kosher
group home for developmentally disabled women run by Westchester
Jewish Community Services. Join us to prepare a holiday
dinner for the residents and learn how Chai House has transformed
their lives. Event chairs are Erica Skolnick and Arlene
Smith. Couvert is $18 per person. Space is limited.
To register, contact Susan Scharf Glick at email@example.com or 914-761-5100 x120.
Address to be provided upon registration.
One Family Israel
Solidarity Event. Please join
One Family on Sunday, February 8 at 3:00pm to show your solidarity
with Israel and to welcome Rachelle Fraenkel, Bat Galim Shaer and
Iris Yifrach, the bereaved mothers of Naftali, Gilad and Eyal.
The event is hosted by Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun and
will be at Ramaz Upper School, 60 E. 78th Street, NYC. YINR
is proud to co-sponsor this event. Please RSVP, seating is
Tikvah Fund High School Summer Institute at Yale
University. This program is open
to current high school juniors and seniors and will explore the
biggest questions of meaning and purpose, war and peace, politics and
economics, and culture and technology. University-style seminars
will be taught by leading scholars, drawing upon the riches of the
Western and Jewish tradition. The program runs from June 21 - July
2 and tuition and all on-site expenses are fully subsidized.
Applications are due February 2. For more information, please
UJA Israel Merit
of New York's Israel Experience Center has a limited number of
merit scholarships for high school students who will be
participating in an accredited Israel summer program. Merit
award recipients are expected to complete a community service
project following their Israel summer experience. YINR can
nominate up to two candidates. Please click here for
scholarship details, eligibility requirements, and the application.
The application must be submitted to Barbara Bolshon by March 31.