Friday, September 25, 2020

HJC ALLIYOS FOR Y"K, Last Update

Hi all,

 

I have received no new bids.  Unless I hear from someone in the next two hours the bids below will be final.

 

G’mar Chasima Tova,

 

Martin

 

Yom Kippur, morning

36

Cohen

Levi

(reserved)

Shlishi

100

Rivi'i

200

Chamishi

(reserved)

Shishi

100

Maftir

Yom Kippur, Mincha

36

Cohen

36

Levi

180

Yonah

1000

Sponsor Ne'ela

 

 

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HJC News - Haazinu / Shabbos Shuva

Please note that Candle-lighting and Mincha tonight are at 6:59 PM.  
(The time in last Friday's email was incorrect.)

The Shabbos Shuva Drasha will take place this Shabbos between Mincha and Maariv.

Mazel Tov to Aaron and Annie Wolf on the bris of their son, Binyamin Meir. Mazel Tov to grandparents Clifford and Linda Wolf.

Friday, September 25
Candle Lighting 6:59 PM
Mincha 6:59 PM
Shabbos, September 26
(Haazinu / Shabbos Shuva)
Dr Glaser Parsha Shiur on hiatus
Shacharis 9:00 AM
Mincha 6:50 PM
Followed by Shabbos Shuva Drasha
Shabbos ends 8:06 PM
Sunday, September 27
Erev Yom Kippur
Selichos-Shacharis 7:45 AM
Mincha 3:00 PM
No Late Mincha in shul
Candle lighting 6:56 PM
Kol Nidre 7:00 PM
Monday, September 28
Yom Kippur
Shacharis (HaMelech)     9:45 AM
Yizkor after 11:00 AM
Mincha 5:00 PM
Ne'ila 6:30 PM
Fast ends 8:03 PM
Tuesday, Sept.29 - Thursday, October 1
Shacharis 6:45 AM
Mincha-Ma'ariv 6:55 PM
Friday, October 2
(Erev Succos)
Shacharis 6:45 AM
Candle lighting 6:47 PM
Mincha 6:47 PM
Kiddush in the Succa after 7:56 PM

Good Shabbos
--
Rabbi Raphael Davidovich
Heights Jewish Center
14270 Cedar Road
University Heights, OH 44121

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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

LAST CALL........

If you are interested in reserving an Esrog and Lulav please contact the office at hjcsoffice@gmail.com or call 216-382-1958. The deadline for ALL reservations is September 29th at noon EST. If you miss the deadline please contact Simcha Mann directly.

Lulavim and Esrogim will be available for pick up at Mincha time on Thursday, October 1st.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

HJC ALLIYOS FOR Y"K, First Update

Hi all,

 

Below are the current bids for Yom Kippur.  Please note that two of the alliyos are marked as reserved.  There was a mix-up on Rosh Hashanah where two people who were supposed to get alliyos did not, so those alliyos will be given to them.  Bidding ends Friday at noon.  Please respond to this email once again.

 

Kol Tuv,

 

Martin

 

Yom Kippur, morning

36

Cohen

Levi

(reserved)

Shlishi

100

Rivi'i

200

Chamishi

(reserved)

Shishi

100

Maftir

Yom Kippur, Mincha

36

Cohen

36

Levi

180

Yonah

1000

Sponsor Ne'ela

 

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Thursday, September 17, 2020

HJC Torah: Tashlich, sweets, and more

Here is the link to tonight's talk, speaking about the Halachos and insights of Tashlich, eating sweet foods on Rosh Hashanah, and more.

https://www.facebook.com/hjcs.613/videos/976984599488098/

Kesiva V'Chasima Tova
--
Rabbi Raphael Davidovich
Heights Jewish Center
14270 Cedar Road
University Heights, OH 44121

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public Shofar Blowing on Sunday

As a service to those who may not be attending services this year, see below a partial list of public shofar blowings by members of our shul.  If you attend one of these, be sure to wear a face mask, and to remain socially distanced.  All blowings listed will be outside on Sunday only.
  • 12:15-12:30(prox) Heights Jewish Center in the parking lot following services
  • 3:00 pm 
    • Mike Swirski  4437 Silsby, University Heights
    • Yoyo Moore 2392 Bromley Rd, University Heights
  • 4:00 p.m.
    • Ellis residence 2422 Claver Rd, University Heights
One other note to those who will be attending services at HJCS... We will have the new air conditioning running during services.  To ease breathing while wearing a mask, we will have the temperature set somewhat lower than usual.  If you think you will be cold, please bring a sweater. 

Shana Tova.
Rob Altshuler
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Fwd: An Open Letter from 60 Doctors to Cleveland’s Orthodox Jewish Community



 


I am forwarding this letter to our members and Friends.  Please take the time to read it.  Rob Altshuler.
 

Dear Community Synagogue:


I write this email as a one of a number of local physicians who are deeply concerned about the risk of a new outbreak of COVID19 in the Cleveland Orthodox Jewish community.  This threat is more acute in light of the upcoming holidays and the general loosening of infection control standards that appears to be the evolving norm.  

 

Attached is an open letter, signed by 60 medical professions from a range of specialities,  to warn the community about the need to remain vigilant in all of the necessary infection control measures.  We have highlighted several specific examples of problematic behavior, not to point fingers, but as an attempt to plug significant gaps in our preparedness for a disease that is still very dangerous. We do not represent a specific ideological or religious viewpoint - what unifies us is concern for our community.  

 

We ask that you post this letter in a prominent location and distribute as widely as possible.


May we be blessed with a year of good health and safety 


בּבּרכּת שׁנת חיים טובים וארוּכים


Ira Taub




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