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[Oct 19, 2014] Rechnitz Shiva (Bereavement Notice)

Shiva will be observed at 17 Bonnacord Dr., home of Mr. Paul (Yeshayahu) Rechnitz a"h
starting Motzaei Shabbos October 18.

Davening times:
Shacharis Sunday: 8:15 am
Shacharis Monday-Thursday: 7:15 am
Mincha 6:15 pm.

Shiva visitors are welcome daily except: 12:01 pm - 1:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Women are asked to not visit during Minyan times.

Shiva concludes Thursday October 23.

May the family be spared from all further Tzaar.

[Oct 19, 2014] Boys' Monday Night Shiur

New format for boys Monday night shiur at the rav's home.

8:45 pm to 9:30 pm, straight learning (limited questions) then Maariv, then endless questions and schmoozing (the Rav cleared Monday nights for the boys).

[Oct 19, 2014] Wednesday Night Responsa Shiur

Please join in further developing our home based shiurim.

Our weekly responsa shiur is now meeting at David & Nolene Maresky's home at 4 Tillingham Keep.

The shiur meets Wednesday nights at 8:30 p.m. and is open to both men & women.

Our next topic, which begins this Wed. October 22, is Shemittah 5775: History & Controversies: Eating & Disposing of Israeli Produce (please see attached flyer).

We hope to spend about 4 weeks on this topic before we move on to our next topic.

Please join for an evening that promises to meld the intellectual, the practical and the social.

Please also consider forwarding this invitation to your friends and neighbours

[Oct 15, 2014] Shiurim with The Rav

Womens Tuesday morning shiur

Restarting 1st Tuesday, after Yom Tov at 10 am.

Wednesday Night Responsa Shiur

Meeting at the Maresky home, 4 Tillingham Keep, North York, ON for both men & women, restarting Wed., October 22, at 8:30 pm

Boys Monday night shiur

At the Rav's home, Monday night at 8:45. First 45 minutes shiur, after that Maariv, then schmoozing

[Oct 15, 2014] Farkas Grandson (Mazel Tov)

George and Freda Farkas are pleased to announce the birth of their grandson on Hoshana Rabba to their children Danny and Devorah in the Bronx NY

Mazal Tov to Devorah's parents Dr. Jack and Judy Jacoby of Monsey, NY

May we all be Zoche to see much Yiddishe Nachas from all our children and Grandchildren

[Oct 14, 2014] Sherrington Shiva (Bereavement Notice)

Shiva will be observed at 47 Esther Crescent, home of Jonathan Sherrington 
starting Saturday night, October 18.

Davening times: 
Shacharis Sunday: 8:00 am 
Shacharis Monday-Wednesday: 6:50 am
Mincha 6:15 pm. 

Shiva Visits are welcome daily until 9:30 pm.

Shiva concludes Wednesday October 22

[Oct 8, 2014] Shabbos Project Toronto October 24

Please see flyer.

[Oct 8, 2014] Shul Office Hours

Please note that the Shul office will be closed until Thursday October 23.

[Sep 24, 2014] Shabbat Project

The Shabbat Project:

In 2013 on Parshas Lech Lecha the Jewish community of South Africa rallied behind an initiative from the Chief Rabbi of South Africa to get South African Jewry to celebrate one Shabbos together. It was an incredible success and over 75% of South African Jews kept Shabbos together last year (SeeThe Shabbos Project 2014). This year the Shabbat Project has turned into a global initiative being held on Parshas Noach,October 24 -25 2014. Over 170 cities across the world are participating and the potential to rally Jews behind a Shabbos of Unity is enormous.

In Toronto The Shabbat Project is a grassroots campaign with a focus on people inviting their neighbours for Shabbos meals. Many shuls are hosting large Shabbos meals with speakers and special programming. As well, there is a Challah Bake for 4000 women on Thursday night Oct. 23rd, and a Havdallah concert on Motzei Shabbos. Because this is a global initiative not affiliated with any particular organization, there is a great opportunity to spread awareness about Shabbos and to create long lasting relationships with those less affiliated, centered around Yiddishkeit. While the main focus of the project is the Shabbos itself, the program's plan is to open the doors to continued follow up through new connections to neighbors via block parties (Shabbos meals for the block, hosted by volunteer families), through new connections to outreach organizations and shuls that will host events on that Shabbos, and through connecting people via our website to organizations like Partners-in-Torah and other local kiruv organizations.

Please help with this project by:

1. Hosting a block party and inviting your neighbors

2. Inviting other non Shomer Shabbos acquaintances

3. Joining and/or creating community programming for this Shabbos

4. Support the project to help cover the many expenses by donating online
or by cheque made out to "Beth Oloth" and earmarked For "the Shabbos Project".  Cheques can be given to your shul representative or mailed to 68 Brucewood Cr., Toronto ON M6A 2G8

5. Liking our facebook page  The Shabbat Project Toronto and tweeting our twitter feed #ShabbatProjectTO

[Sep 19, 2014] Shabbat Project

The Shabbat Project
A worldwide celebration of Shabbat
Be part of it - Parashas Noach October 24-25, 2014
October 23 Challah Bake for Women
October 25 Havdallah Unity Concert

Please see website.

Please see flyer.

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