CONGREGATION AHAVAS YISROEL OF KEW GARDENS HILLS
FOCUSED ON TORAH, T’FILAH, G’MILUS CHASADIM, AND ERETZ YISROEL
RABBI HERSCHEL WELCHER, MARA D’ASRA
MAY 7, 2011 — PARSHAS EMOR
Candle Lighting 7:38 pm Plag HaMinchah Minyan* 6:10 pm
Minchah Erev Shabbos 7:45 pm
Hashkamah Minyan 7:15 am Rabbi's Shiur in P'sachim 5:00 pm
Daf Yomi 7:25 am Minchah 6:00 pm
Shacharis 8:30 am Pirkei Avos Shiur: Rabbi Welcher 8:20 pm
Sof Z'man K'rias Sh'ma 9:20 am Maariv / Motza’ei Shabbos 8:48 pm
Weekday Shacharis Weekday Maariv
Sunday 8:00 am Sunday-Thursday 9:30 pm
Monday & Thursday 6:20 & 7:30 am
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday 6:30 & 7:30 am
*Wives of husbands attending this Plag Minyan should light 23 minutes after Minchah and not before.
Earliest Time for Talis and T'filin for the week of May 8 is 4:56 am.
The Shul welcomes new member Malka Rabovsky
Pirkei Avos Shiur – 8:20 pm: given this week by Rabbi Welcher
NEXT SHABBOS M’VORCHIM KIDDUSH
The next Shabbos M’vorchim Kiddush is scheduled to take place on Shabbas Parshas BaMidbar (May 28).Sponsorship is $100. If you are interested in sponsoring, be it for a Simchah or a Yahrzeit, see or call Yoni Platovsky (718-459-2290) or Barry Simanowitz (718-263-1816).
NEW WEEKLY SHIUR
SHAILOS U’TSHUVOS (Sh’eilos U’T’shuvos)
Learn a t’shuvah and its related sugyos each week, including t’shuvos of Noda BiYehudah, Chasam Sofer,
R’ Akiva Eiger, Avnei Neizer, M’lamed l’Ho’il, Igros Moshe, contemporary Poskim
Given By R’ ZEV AEDER on Wednesday nights at 8:30 pm
This Week (May 11): May you marry a woman with the same name as your mother? May two brothers marry two sisters?
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SCHEDULE OF SHIURIM
SUNDAY, MAY 8:
8:45 am: R’ Eliezer Maybruch’s shiur on Halachah and Hashkafah
9:30 am: R’ Yechezkel Rosenberg’s Chavrusah Program in B’rachos
TUESDAY, MAY 10:
8:30 pm: Rabbi Welcher’s Weekly Halachah Shiur “Halachos of S’firas HaOmer”
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11:
8:30-9:30 pm: R’ Zev Aeder (See Page 1.)
THURSDAY, MAY 12:
8:30-9:25 pm: R' Yisroel Benedek's shiur series: “The Rambam on the M’sorah”
COMMUNITY BEIS MEDRASH PROGRAM
SUNDAY-THURSDAY, 8:00 pm-10:30 pm
MONDAY & THURSDAY, 9:00 pm-9:30 pm Shiur on Halachah, given by R’ Chananya Berman*
EVERY MONDAY, 9:45 pm-10:15 pm Chaburah: Maharal on G’milas Chasadim, led by Aaron Meltzer
EVERY TUESDAY, 8:30 pm-9:30 pm Rav’s weekly shiur: “Halachos of S’firas HaOmer”
EVERY WEDNESDAY, 9:00 pm-9:30 pm Shiur on Mussar & Hashkafah, given by R’ Aryeh Goldman*
EVERY WEDNESDAY, 9:45 pm-10:15 pm Chaburah on Chumash with Ramban led by R’ Mark Kutner
SUNDAY-THURSDAY, 9:45 pm-10:15 pm Chaburah on Mishnah B’rurah led by R' Moshe Bilitzky
*Sponsored by Tifereth Bnei Torah
The Rav strongly encourages everyone to participate for 30 minutes one day a week before or after Maariv.
EVERY TUESDAY, 9:30 PM: Women’s League Weekly Tehillim Group
MONDAY, MAY 9, 8:30 PM: Join us for a shiur for women by Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller, here in the Shul.
Topic: “Drawing Inspiration in Turbulent Times”
MONDAY, MAY 9, 8:00 PM: Echo Institute for Health will hold its annual Queens Tea at the home of
Mrs. Lisa Reichmann (82-36 Beverly Rd., Kew Gardens). Mrs. Mirriam Swerdlov will speak on “49 Steps to a Better Tomorrow.” This program is open to all women and girls to attend and support this important organization.
OUR SHUL’S 24TH ANNUAL DINNER, HONORING DAVID & BELLA KIRSCHNER
Invitations have gone out for our Dinner, which will be held on Tuesday, May 31, at the Young Israel of Hillcrest. Please respond quickly by e-mailing your reservations and journal ads to email@example.com.
The Journal deadline is May 15. Dinner Chair: Simcha Shapiro
Barry can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org for Shul business.
BARRY SIMANOWITZ, PRESIDENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS
ELLIOT HECHT, VICE PRESIDENT
YUSSIE ENGLANDER, TREASURER
JAY JAFFE, SECRETARY
RONNIE SCHLANGER, GABBAI RISHON
YONAH LEVANT, GABBAI SHEINI HARVEY BLITZ
DAVID KIRSCHNER DAVID LEVIN, IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
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