6:55am and 4:25pm
Shabbat Ends: 6:45pm
*Special Rosh Chodesh start time
Daily Davening Schedule
Mincha/Maariv (Sun-Thu): 5:40pm
Late Maariv (Mon-Thu): 9:00pm
*Earliest z'man for talit/tefillin
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 Taanit, R. Reuven Fink
Daily Daf Yomi Shiurim
Mon: 5:40am & 8:10pm
Tue: 5:40am & 8:10pm
Wed: 5:40am & 8:10pm
Thu: 5:45am & after 9:00pm Maariv
Sat: 6:55am and 1 hour before Mincha
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 you:
need a Shabbat or Yom Tov
would like to host new
members for a Shabbat
have any ideas as to how we
better serve guests and
know of new families who
are visiting 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 Morning Schedule
9:00 - 10:30am: Babysitting (MP3/4)
9:30 - 10:30am: Junior Cong (MP2) for 1st-4th Grade
9:30 - 10:30am: Davening (MP5/6) for 5th-6th Grade
10:30 - End of Shul: GROUPS in various locations (see
Nursery - MP 3/4
Kindergarten - MP 2
1-2 Girls - MP 2
3-4 Girls - MP 1
5-6 Girls - Social Hall
1-2 Boys - MP 1
3-4 Boys - MP 5/6
5-6 Boys - MP7
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Mazal tov to Rochelle
and Kenneth Sherman on the upcoming marriage of their daughter,
Yael, to Shaya Hirtz, son of Rabbi Yonoson and Rochelle Hirtz of
Mazal tov to
Laurie and Richard Wolff on the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Moshe. Mazel tov to Moshe's sister Aleeza and brother Max,
and grandparents, Rosalie and Aaron Wolff. Mazal tov to aunt
and uncle Miriam and Baruch Deutsch and all the family and friends
who have come to celebrate Moshe's Bar Mitzvah. Thank you to
Laurie and Richard for sponsoring the kiddush after the Main
To send a
tribute card from YINR in honor of these smachot, or any other
reason, please click here.
condolences to Ruth Lewis on the passing of her beloved brother,
Rabbi Chaim Freeman. Ruth is sitting shiva at 800 West
End Avenue, Apt 3C (between 98th and 99th Streets, 212-864-5090)
through Thursday night, October 23. She will continue sitting
shiva at her home, 130 Lovell Road, from Friday
morning until Monday morning, October 27. (Friday visiting
hours are until 2:30 pm.)
To send a
tribute card from YINR in memory of Rabbi Chaim Freeman, please
to Meyer Koplow for sponsoring this week's Tomchei Shabbos in
commemoration of the yahrzeit of Ellen's father, Harvey Goodstein.
Rabbi Fink's Monday Parshat Hashavua class will resume
this Monday, October 27 at 1:30pm.
Claudia and Marcos Douer and family, and Lisa and
Steve Solinga and family wish to thank Rabbi Reuven and Abby Fink,
Women's League, the Shiva Committee and the entire New Rochelle
community for their outpouring of support and kindness following
their recent losses.
Women's Tehillim. All women and girls, please join us this
Shabbat in MP1 right after Mincha to say Tehillim together.
We are also going to be learning the laws of Shmirat
Yizkor Appeal. This year's
Shemini Atzeret Yizkor appeal benefits Rabbi Fink's Charity Fund.
To make a pledge, please click here.
PANOPLY 12.13.14 REGISTRATION is now open!
(Question: From what city did the Titanic initially
There is still
room at the table for you!
In order to
organize tables, it is imperative that we get registration
information from everyone who plans to play. Whether or not
you have already been recruited, you MUST register for Panoply in
order to participate.
and information: www.YINR.org/panoply.php.
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis through
November 24. Space is limited.
questions, email us: YINR.Panoply@gmail.com.
(Answer: Southampton, England)
Ruach. Ruach will be
back on Wednesday, November 5! Ruach returns with an exciting
"Geography Bee" where everyone will be part of a team and
join in the fun. No studying required. Light lunch
served at 12:30pm followed the program at 1:15pm. Please look
for our November flyer coming out next week. If you would
like to sponsor Ruach in honor or in memory of someone, please
contact Vera Koppel.
Scholar in Residence - Save the Date. YINR proudly announces that Rabbi Steven Weil,
Senior Managing Director of the Orthodox Union, will spend Shabbat
with the YINR community on Shabbat Toldot, November 21-22.
Full details about the Shabbat program to follow.
Women Scholars in Westchester - Save the Date. We are excited to announce a new initiative,
Women Scholars in Westchester (WSW), whose mission is to introduce outstanding
women scholars in their fields of Jewish studies to the Westchester
community through a series of evening lectures at YINR.
Please save the date of Tuesday, December 9 at 7:45pm for our
first lecture by Professor Smadar Rosensweig, Professor of Bible at
Yeshiva University Stern College for Women. More information
Women's League's Hospitality Committee Needs Hosts. We are looking for hosts for prospective and newly
arrived families for Shabbat housing and meals. Please email Mickey Nyer if we can add you to our list of
Youth Wish List. Thank you to everyone who has already donated toys and
games to our youth program. The children are enjoying
them! To view the additional items still needed to augment
the children's activities, please click here. The
toys should be in new or "like new" condition and should
be brought to the shul coat room and left in the designated boxes.
Teen Minyan Time Change. Please note that teen minyan will take place at 8:40am
(5 minutes early) this Shabbat because of Rosh Chodesh.
New Davening Group. We are starting a new davening group for 5th and 6th
graders (boys and girls) this Shabbat. It will take place
from 9:30 to 10:30am in MP5/6. We encourage all children that
age to join us for our kick-off Shabbat.
SAR Academy Open House. SAR Academy will be having an Open House on Tuesday,
October 28 from 7:00pm until 9:30pm. To register please click here. If
you have any questions please call 718-548-1717 x1206.
Westchester Torah Academy Open House. WTA will be having an Open House on Wednesday,
October 29 at 8:00pm. Explore our warm and nurturing
environment that inspires each student's academic, religious, and
social growth. Learn about our unique and individualized
educational model. Discover a community that embodies ahavat
Torah, ahavat Yisrael, and derech eretz. RSVP or visit westchesterta.org to pre-register.
A Historic Evening with Anne Frank's Stepsister.
Mrs. Eva Schloss will share her
experience as the childhood friend and stepsister of Anne Frank,
including accounts of the publishing of Anne's famed diary, on
Tuesday, October 28 at 7:30pm at the Tarrytown Doubletree, 455 S
Broadway. Tickets are $30 in advance and $36 at the door. For
reservations and more information, please call 914-834-8000.
Moshava Open House. Camp Moshava will host its annual parlor meeting
on Monday, November 3 at 7:30 pm at the home of Adina and Lawrence
Burian, 180 Overlook Road. Explore Moshava with Director Alan
Silverman and learn about summer 2015. Receive a $50 family
discount for attending!
Young Israel of Scarsdale Sisterhood Lecture. Dr. Lisa Aiken will lecture on "The
Shemoneh Esrai: How It Speaks To Us Today," on Monday,
November 3 at 8:00pm at YIS, 1313 Weaver Street in the Greene
Gallery. The lecture is open to men as well as women.
Scarsdale Academy of Jewish Studies. Young Israel of Scarsdale's Academy of Jewish
Studies proudly presents "Introduction to the World of
Ashkenazi Jewry - History Mini Series" a Tuesday evening
lecture series by Rabbi Dr. Jacob J. Schacter. On Tuesday, November
4 at 8:00pm, Rabbi Schacter will lecture on "The Beginnings of
Ashkenazi Jewry - Rabbi Gershom Me'or Hagolah." The
series is open to the community and free of charge.