6:55am and 3:00pm
Sof Z'man Kriat
Shiur by R.
Steven Weil: 4:20pm
Daily Davening Schedule
Sun (Rosh Chodesh): 7:30/8:30/9:00am
Tue, Wed & Fri: 6:30/7:00/7:30/8:00am
Thu (Thanksgiving): 7:30/8:30/9:00am
Mincha (Thu only): 12:30pm
Mincha/Maariv (Sun-Thu): 4:20pm
Late Maariv (Mon-Thu): 9:00pm
Schedule of Classes
8:00am: Minchat Chinuch, R. Reuven Fink
8:00am: Talmud, R. Abish Zelishovsky of Bais Medrash Gavoha
1:30pm: Parshat Hashavua,
R. Reuven Fink
8:00pm: Jewish Philosophy,
R. Reuven Fink
Women's Tehillim Group will not be held this week
Talmud Taanit, R. Reuven Fink will not be held this week
Daily Daf Yomi Shiurim
Mon: 5:30am & 8:00pm
Tue & Wed: 5:40am & 8:00pm
Thu: 6:40am & 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
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
Celebrate the Bat Mitzvah of
with Hoops4Camp featuring NY Knicks Legend
and a kids' carnival on 12/21/2014
All proceeds go to Camp Simcha. To sign up
to shoot or make a donation, please go to www.hoops4camp.com
contact the shul
office if you are aware of any employment possibilities that can be
promoted to our members
you are interested in sponsoring a future edition of this newsletter.
us your news
information that you want included in the weekly email must be sent
into the shul office at firstname.lastname@example.org VIA EMAIL ONLY by
10:00am Thursday morning to ensure inclusion in that week's email
announcements. Thanks for your cooperation.
Mazal Tov to
Debra and Richard Cohen on the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Joshua.
Mazal Tov to Joshua's sister, Rachel, and grandparents Tina Schnall
and Janet Cohen. Mazal Tov to aunt and uncle Jackie and
Steven Cohen and all the family and friends who have come to
celebrate Joshua's Bar Mitzvah.
Mazal Tov to
Carol and Harvey Sober on the engagement of their son, Saryah, to Lucy
Schwartz, daughter of Liz and Stephen Schwartz of White Plains.
Mazal Tov to grandmother Florence Glucksman and siblings Shai
Mazal Tov to
Elaine and Mark Weitzman on the aufruf on Sunday, Rosh Chodesh
Kislev in White Plains and upcoming marriage of their son, Ilan, to
Rebecca Zimilover, daughter of Risa and Ira Zimilover of Merrick.
Mazal Tov to Ilan's brother, Yaron, grandparents Leah
Weitzman and Solomon and Vivian Rosen, and cousins Ruthie and Danny
Krasner and Lacey and Brian Kalb.
To send a
tribute card from YINR in honor of these smachot, or any other
reason, please click here.
Thank you to
Paula and Kenneth Rothaus for sponsoring this week's Tomchei
Shabbos in memory of Kenneth's mother, Gladys.
YINR is pleased
to welcome Rabbi Steven Weil, the Senior Managing Director of the
Orthodox Union, as our Scholar in Residence this Shabbat, Parshat
Toldot, November 21-22. Rabbi Weil will deliver the following talks
- Friday Night Oneg, 8:00pm at
YINR featuring Cognac and Dessert Wine Tasting as accent to
Hors d'oeuvres and Desserts, "Armageddon: Can We Prevent
the Radicalization of the World - a perspective on ongoing
events in Arab countries"
- Hashkama Minyan Drasha: "The
Eternal Debate Highlighted in Parshat Toldot"
- Main Minyan Drasha:
"Aftermath of the Apocalypse: Opportunities for the
Orthodox to Influence the Future of the American Jewish
Community in Light of the Pew Report"
- Lecture following Mincha
(4:00pm): "Quality of Marriage in the Orthodox
YINR is seeking individuals who
are able to be a chavruta (study companion) for seniors in our
community seeking to spend time in Torah/Talmud study. These can be
45 minute sessions. Please contact Rabbi Fink or Eli Epstein.
Kol HaNe'arim Talit. The deadline for submitting names to be
embroidered on the Kol HaNe'arim Talit is November 30. Please
click here for the form.
YINR Israel Action Committee. YINR is forming an Israel Action Committee
that will lead our communal activism on behalf of Israel. Please join
us for an organizational meeting tonight, November 20 at 9:00pm in
MP1. Please note new time.
PANOPLY 12.13.14 - Price goes up Monday!
(Question: What went missing from the kitchen of the
There are just
a few unregistered players left.
personally register for Panoply in order to participate!
Every player needs to be registered.
In order to
organize teams, it is imperative that we have registration
information from everyone who plans to play ASAP
someone else signed you up).
registration and information: www.YINR.org/panoply.php.
Registration fees go up on November 24.
is on a first-come, first-served basis through December 1.
Space is limited.
questions, email us: YINR.Panoply@gmail.com.
Ruach. Ruach will not
meet next Wednesday, November 26. "Ushpizin - The Sukkot
Guests" will be rescheduled during the month of December.
If you would like to sponsor Ruach in honor or in memory
of someone, please contact Vera Koppel.
Thanksgiving Meals for New Rochelle Police and Firefighters. Once again, we will be delivering catered meals to
New Rochelle's Finest and Bravest on Thanksgiving, Thursday,
November 27. This event is one of our most important community
outreach activities and is an excellent way to demonstrate hakarat hatov
to the individuals who have taken on the responsibility for making
our lives safer. Each meal costs $36 and an entire station
can be fed for $250. We ask that members of the community
participate in this project by sponsoring meals and/or helping deliver
them on Thanksgiving. We will be meeting at 11:00am on
Thanksgiving in front of the old shul (1228 North Avenue) to
distribute packages and head out for deliveries. Checks can
be made out to YINR with "Thanksgiving" indicated on the
memo line. Please contact Rafi Halpert or
Harold Rosengarten to indicate if you will sponsor
one or more meals and/or help deliver. If you are interested
in delivering meals, please respond prior to Tuesday, November 25.
Women's Initiative for Jewish Studies. WIJS is a new program with a mission of introducing
outstanding women Jewish studies scholars to the Westchester
community. This ongoing program will feature speakers from
both the United States and Israel through a series of weeknight
lectures held throughout the year at YINR. All lectures will
be free of charge and open to both women and men. Please SAVE THE DATE
December 9 at 7:45pm for our inaugural lecture
Smadar Rosensweig, Yeshiva University Stern College
for Women, on the topic "Levi's Ascent from Outlaw to
Religious Establishment." Please mark the dates of
Tuesday, January 13, 2015 and Tuesday, February 10, 2015 for
upcoming WIJS events.
Defensive Driving Class. YINR will be hosting a
Defensive Driving Class on Sunday, December 14. Class begins
at 10:00am. To reserve your seat, please email the office or call 914-636-2215. The cost is
$65 and you pay at the class.
Bat Mitzvah Class. The annual Bat
Mitzvah class and project with Rebbetzin Abby Fink for all 6th
grade girls will be held on Monday, December
8 from 6:00 to 8:00pm at YINR. Dairy dinner will be served.
Please RSVP to Lisa Bernstein as soon as
Light Up the Night with YINR Women's League! Join us for an 8th
candle celebration on Tuesday, December 23, from 6:30pm to
9:00pm. We are planning an evening of fun for adults and
children alike - entertainment, a light dinner, music and more!
$10 per individual when registering in advance, $15 per
individual at the door, $25 per family in advance, $36 per family
at the door, Sponsor admission: $100 per family. Registration
closes on December 18. To register, please click here.
We would like to remind everyone that the 3 and 4 year
old group is for children of that age only. All older
siblings should attend their age-appropriate groups. There will
be a small space set up in the Social Hall with chairs and toys for
parents with younger children and infants.
Group Leader Training Lunch. All group leaders are invited to join Eliana and
Marc this Shabbat for the second youth leader training event.
The event will begin with training followed by a lunch in the
Thanksgiving Football. High School boys are invited to join us for the annual
Thanksgiving football game. The program will begin with
Shacharit, breakfast and a short learning program in the shul
before heading out to Roosevelt Park for an exciting game of
Motzei Shabbat, November 29, we will be running our first
V'Shinantam of the year. Please check your email for further
Motzei Shabbat Kumzitz. Please join the Perry Garber family, Evan
Jerome, Benji Schiller, Harold Lifshutz and other musicians for an evening
of inspiring music and words on Saturday, November 22 from 7:00pm
to 9:00pm at the Jerome home, 160 Victory Blvd. Light dairy dinner
and ice cream sundaes will be served. Everyone is invited.
For more information, please contact Jonathan Peiper.
Bake Sale to Benefit
Meshi and Charity: Water. Rachel
Landesman and Micki Kleinman will be hosting a pre-Thanksgiving
bake sale in honor of their bat mitzvahs. All proceeds from
the sale will benefit Meshi, a school and rehabilitation center in
Jerusalem for children with cerebral palsy, and Charity: Water, an
organization that brings clean and safe drinking water to people in
developing nations. The bake sale will be held at Rachel's
home, 25 Lovell Road, on Tuesday, November 25 from 7:00pm to
10:00pm. If you want to bake for this event, please contact Rachel Landesman or Micki Kleinman.
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." On Tuesday, November 25 at 8:00pm, Rabbi Dr.
Jacob J. Schacter will lecture on "Rashbam and the Ba'Alei
Ha-Tosafot: Living Under Christendom."
American Friends of
Magen David Adom Annual New York Benefit Dinner. Please join AFMDA on Tuesday, December 2 at
6:30pm at the Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers (Manhattan) for their annual
New York benefit dinner. Haina Just-Michael will receive the
Westchester Leadership Award.
Information Sessions. Please attend
one of SAR's Information Sessions on Thursday, December 4 or
Tuesday, December 9 from 9:30am to 10:45am. SAR Academy opens
each child's heart and mind to a life-long love of Torah and
Medinat Yisrael. To register, please click here.
UJA Gift of Chanukah
Celebration. On Sunday,
December 7 from 2:00pm to 3:30pm, UJA-Federation's Tov B'Yachad
"Gift of Chanukah" at Kittay House, 2550 Webb Avenue,
Bronx. Share in a fun afternoon of games, crafts and
refreshments and bring the joy of Chanukah to the residents of
Kittay House, an independent senior living facility run by Jewish
Home Lifecare, a UJA-Federation beneficiary agency. RSVP to Susan Scharf Glick
or call 914-761-5100 ext 120.
RJC Chanukah Concert. The Riverdale Jewish Center presents a
fun-filled inspirational Chanukah Concert featuring Eitan Katz on
Sunday, December 14. 7:00pm doors open, 7:30pm concert
begins. Cost: $25/ticket, $20/ticket for students. Please
click here for more information.
SAR Floor Hockey
League. The SAR Floor Hockey
League is now accepting applications for the 2014 Winter Season for
all girls in grades 3-4. All games are played at the SAR HS
Hockey rink in Riverdale, NY. The League is open to girls of all skill
levels and from all day schools. In order to register your
daughter, please click here.