mazal tov - Mizrachi

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mazal tov - Mizrachi
MIZRACHI MATTERS
‫בס"ד‬
Friday, 19 August (15 Av)
SHABBAT VAETCHANAN / SHABBAT NACHAMU (Vol 10, No 49)
R’ Dov Lipman will speak from the Pulpit Friday night
Mincha: 5:35pm
Shabbat
20 August
16 Av
Sunday
21 August
17 Av
Candle Lighting: 5:30pm
Monday
22 August
18 Av
Tuesday
23 August
19 Av
Wednesday
24 August
20 Av
Thursday
25 August
21 Av
Friday
26 August
22 Av
1. Beit Yehuda 2. Beit HaRoeh 3. Kehillat Ohr David/Beit Midrash 4. Bnei Akiva 5. Elsternwick 6. Midrashah 7. Goldberger Hall
Shacharit
Dawn
Tallit & Tefillin
Sunrise
Sh'ma (‫)גר״א‬
Earliest Mincha
Mincha followed by Maa'riv
Candle Lighting
Plag HaMincha (‫)גר״א‬
Sunset
Night
Second Ma'ariv
7:30am 1
7:00am 1 8:00am 1
1
9:30am
9:00am 4
5:47am
5:45am
6:06am
6:05am
6:59am
6:57am
9:40am
9:40am
12:51pm
12:51pm
5:25pm1
5:40pm1
4:41pm
5:49pm
6:29pm
Baba Kamma 82
8:45 am
Daf Yomi
SHIURIM
Mishnah Yomit
EVENTS
6:30am 1
7:30am 1
5:43am
6:02am
6:55am
9:38am
12:51pm
5:40pm1
6:30am 1
7:30am 1
5:41am
6:01am
6:53am
9:37am
12:51pm
5:40pm1
6:25am 1
7:30am 1
5:40am
6:00am
6:52am
9:36am
12:50pm
5:40pm1
4:42pm
5:50pm
6:31pm
9:30pm3
4:43pm
5:51pm
6:32pm
9:30pm3
4:43pm
5:52pm
6:32pm
9:30pm3
4:44pm
5:53pm
6:33pm
9:30pm3
Baba Kamma 83
8:15 am
Ramban on the
Parsha for women
R’ Danny Mirvis
6
9:30am
Contemporary
Halacha
R’ Chezy Deren
7/93 Hotham St
8.30pm
Sefer Shemot
for women
Michal Kaufman
(Lewis’ house)
9:00pm
12 Foundations
R’ Leor Broh
2
Bat-Mitzva Program
9:00am
Michal Kaufman &
R’ James Kennard
7
Avital Seifman
9:30am
4.30pm6
Children’s Tefillah
Pre Bar-Mitzvah
10:30 – 11:30am
R’ Danny Mirvis
Drashot
Not this week
1
R’ Danny Mirvis
2
Post
Bar-Mitzvah
R’ Leor Broh
3
R’ Danny Mirvis
Mark Steiner
Not this week
Parashat HaShavua
Maharal on Pirkei
Shiur
Avot
R’ James Kennard
R’ James Kennard
4:15 pm
for University & post
University women
3
8:30 pm
Dirshu Programme Dirshu Programme
R’ Yoni Fisher
R’ Yoni Fisher
3
3
9:45pm
9:45pm
Sheviit 4:3-4
Sheviit 4:5-6
Sheviit 4:7-8
Between Mincha
and Ma'ariv
Between Mincha
5:15pm
(in memory of Rabbi
and Ma'ariv
Abaranok)
Bar-Mitzvah
1
Alon Schmidt
Guest Chazan
1
Cantor Zev Muller
B’nei Akiva
4:00 pm
Seudah Shlishit
Alan Garfield &
R’ Dov Lipman
Alex Mihalovich
(Father)
YAHRTZEITS
4:41pm
5:49pm
6:30pm
9:30pm3
6:25am 1
7:30am 1
5:44am
6:04am
6:56am
9:39am
12:51pm
5:40pm1
Holy Bagel
9:00 am
Kumzitz with
Cantor Zev Muller
2/584 Inkerman
Road
6:30am 1
7:30am 1
5:39am
5:58am
6:51am
9:36am
12:50pm
5:45pm1
5:36pm
4:44pm
5:54pm
6:34pm
Baba Kamma 84
8:15 am
Scotch & Shiur
R’ Danny Mirvis
3
12:00pm
Ivrit Shiur for
Year 10-12 Girls
Michal Kaufman
8:30pm
Baba Kamma 85
8:15 am
“Following in the
Footsteps of our
Fathers”
for Ladies & Girls
11 Morrice St
11:00am
Speaker: Rabbi
Chaim Tzvi Groner
Gary’s Gemara
Shiur
3
8:30pm
Baba Kamma 86
Baba Kamma 87
8:15 am
8:15 am
Lunch and Learn
R’ Danny Mirvis
Lvl 51, 101 Collins St
1:00pm
Iyun on Parashah
Doodie Bankier
3
8:30pm
Parasha Shiur
(Ivrit Kala)
R’ Danny Mirvis
3
8:45pm
Dirshu Programme
R’ Yoni Fisher
3
9:45pm
Sheviit 4:9-10
Dirshu Programme
R’ Yoni Fisher
3
9:45pm
Sheviit 5:1-2
Dirshu Programme
R’ Yoni Fisher
3
9:45pm
Sheviit 5:3-4
Between Mincha
and Ma'ariv
Between Mincha
and Ma'ariv
Between Mincha
and Ma'ariv
Sheviit 5:5-6
5:30pm
Women’s Dance
Classes – series of 4
8:00pm (Pre Booked)
Rabbi Boruch
Abaranok z’l
(All learning in the
Beit Midrash will be
in R’ Abaranok’s
memory)
David Slonim
(Father)
Harry Rafalowicz
(Mother)
Michael Gordon
(Father)
MAZAL TOV
We wish a hearty Mazal Tov to
Alon Schmidt
on his Bar-Mitzvah
Mazal Tov to the parents: Yvette & Lenny Schmidt
Mazal Tov to the grandparents: Alfred & Steffi Schmidt and Kurt & Maureen Schwitter
We wish a hearty Mazal Tov to
Tahni Paluch
on her Bat-Mitzvah
Mazal Tov to the parents: Aviva & Doron Paluch
Mazal Tov to the grandparents: Kathy & Avi Paluch and Florette & Michael Matzner
Mazal Tov to the great-grandparents: Olga Grossman, Sanya Kasriel and Hanka Paluch
We wish a hearty Mazal Tov to
Dana Rosenblum
on her Bat-Mitzvah
Mazal Tov to the parents: Etty & Adam Rosenblum
Mazal Tov to the grandmothers: Tova Rubinstein (Melbourne) and Sylvia Rosenblum (Sydney)
We wish a hearty Mazal Tov to
Joel Bierenkrant and Shifi Elmakeas
on their engagement
Mazal Tov to the parents: Ron & Jackie Bierenkrant and Deena & Eyal Elmakeas
Mazal Tov to the grandparents: Milan Bierenkrant, Ruth Paneth, Rachel & Chananya Elmakeas (Israel)
We wish a hearty Mazal Tov to
Chaya Amzalak and Moshe Ash
on their wedding
Mazal Tov to the parents: Rabbi Pinchas & Sue Ash and Gaby & Mindy Amzalak
Mazal Tov to the grandparents: Mrs Brigetta Paneth, Rev Aron & Mrs Judy Amzalak (Sydney)
and Mrs Chava Green (New York)
We wish a hearty Mazal Tov to
Tali Teller and Pinny Koth
on their wedding
Mazal Tov to the parents: Amanda & Daniel Teller and Esther & Ronnie Koth
Mazal Tov to the grandparents: Judy & Sam Seigel and Lea & Harvey Teller
Mazal Tov to the great grandparents: Hetty & Abe Sigel and Elaine Bloch-Jaffe
We wish a hearty Mazal Tov
Aron Rubin & Leia Wachsstock
on their wedding
Mazal Tov to the parents: Michelle & Jeff Rubin, Daniel & Sara Wachsstock (NY) and
George & Shira Oberkirsch (NY)
Mazal Tov to the grandparents: Irene Rubin, Tom Meyer (Sydney), Rachel Wachsstock (NY)
and Alma & Harold Steinberg (NY)
MAZAL TOV
BAR MITZVAH ANNIVERSARIES
Leon Tugendhaft (60th), Noam Korbl, David Slonim, Raphael Mihalovich
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Shabbat: John Kraus (70th), Yonina Garfield
Sunday: David Weinstein
Tuesday: Daniel Lowinger, Maurie Brygel
Wednesday: Louise Gibson
Thursday: Leon Anaf
WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES
David & Sharona Lindell
If you have an occasion or milestone event that you would like to be mentioned in Mizrachi Matters,
please email it to [email protected] by 12:00pm on Thursdays
‫ב ס "ד‬
NEWSLETTER
FOR THE
20 August 2016
16 Av 5776
Shabbat Vaetchanan /
Shabbat Nachamu
ELSTERNWICK JEWISH COMMUNITY
Yahrzeits during the coming week
Bella Freedman (Grandmother) [Shabbat]
Leah Shmerling (Father) [Sunday]
Leslie Atlas (Mother) [Monday]
Contact numbers
Rabbi
Rabbi Chaim Cowen
0433-308-584
[email protected]
Chairman
Mark Kras
Laurence Fryberg (Mother) [Wednesday]
Ivan Kalbstein (Mother) [Wednesday]
Shabbat times
Candle Lighting this week
Kabbalat Shabbat this week
Pre-Shacharit Shiur
Shacharit
Mincha at
Shabbat ends at
Candle Lighting next week
Kabbalat Shabbat next week
5.30 pm
5.40 pm
9.00 am
9.30 am
5.15 pm
6.28 pm
5.36 pm
5.45 pm
0410-460-970
[email protected]
Gabbai
Elan Jacobs
0419-527-227
The Rabbi’s Shabbat Shiurim
The early shiur (9.00am, before Shacharit) - come join the Rabbi for cake, coffee and an
exploration of the mystical parsha
[email protected]
Secretary
Sally-Ann Jaye
0437-625-350
[email protected]
Haftorah requests
Dennis Max
9528-6865
Birthdays this week
Nate Sternson turns 2 on 20 August
Jess Krupp (Leah Shmerling grandson) turns 1 on 22 August
Jake & Abby Steiner turn 4 on 23 August
[email protected]
In shule this week …
Dennis Max will be leading Kabbalat Shabbat, Rabbi Cowen will be leading Shacharit, Elan
Jacobs will be leining, Mark Freedman will be saying the Haftorah, and Basil Krawitz will be
leading Mussaf.
Contributions to
Newsletter (please)
Sally-Ann
[email protected]
Kiddush this Shabbat
You are all invited to the kiddush, which will be sponsored by EJC.
Weekday times
Sunday: Tefillin beginners class, including breakfast
Monday and Thursday
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
8.00 am
6.30 am
6.45 am
FAREWELL MESSAGE FROM OUR HESDER BACHURIM
Parashat Va'etchanan commences with
Moshe reminding Am Yisrael of the time
he pleaded to Hashem to let him enter
the Land of Israel. Moshe prayed and
begged to Hashem, but Hashem did not
change His mind, only allowing him to
see Eretz Yisrael from above, but not to
set foot in The Land itself. Immediately
following this discussion, the focus
immediately switches to finding an appropriate successor for Moshe, and Yehoshua is chosen.
Once Hashem gave His final word on the matter, rather than wallow in self-pity or concentrate
on his own demise, Moshe’s major concern was to care for the people and their continued
success.
Moshe’s response to completing his journey in this world teaches us a great lesson. Sometimes
journeys must come to an end and we will not always merit to witness the full fruition of our
endeavours. Particularly in the world of education, we plant seeds and nourish saplings, but
never fully know how or when they will flourish. From Moshe we learn that our focus should not
solely be on our personal contributions or achievements, but ensuring the long-term success of
the greater goal.
Our journey in Melbourne is coming to an end and we feel privileged to have played a role in the
continuous successes of Kollel Torah Mitzion in Melbourne. We have met so many amazing
people – in Mizrachi, Leibler Yavneh College and Bnei Akiva, who will always be part of our lives,
as we hope to be part of theirs. We arrived during the renovation of the Beit Midrash and
enjoyed the challenge of filling the beautifully refurbished space with the sound and
atmosphere of Torah.
And now it's the time for us to move on, and to make space for the next "leaders" to come and
take our places. It has been an awesome experience for us, and we are certain you will make it
as awesome for them as well.
On that note, we would like to thank some important people. Rabbi Mirvis, thank you for
bringing us with you to this community from the other side of the world and having the faith in
us to do the job well. Your guidance and support, together with Althea's, were unbelievable and
made this year the amazing year it has been. Lots of luck in your new role!
Thank you, Rae Bower, for always taking care of us. Your kindness is truly boundless and all the
tremendous things you've done for us are surely not taken for granted! To the Lotzoff family,
thank you for opening your home and hearts, and making sure we are always superbly
organized. And of course our beloved host families; the Cohens, Elbaums, Joels and Rubinsteins,
thank you for spoiling, welcoming us as one of your own and for being our homes away from
home!
And to the entire Mizrachi community - we will miss you all deeply. See you soon in Israel!
Simcha Dance Classes
Feel like a fish out of water no
longer!
A four-week course covering Simcha
dancing basics at the beginner level
through to all the popular dances,
and culminating in instruction of
more complicated circle and line
dances. For women at all levels of
experience.
Venue: Goldberger Hall
Time:
89
-
pm
4
18
Duration:
August
8
sessions on Thursday's
th &
25
th September
1
st &
th
15
Cost: $
p/session, must book all
Contact: Places very limited,
call Penina by Aug
0401164165
15
th to book
4
P R O C E E D S
T O
B E N E F I T
ora II
T H E
M E L B O U R N E
J E W I S H
C H A R I T Y
F U N D
A N E V E N I N G O F C A N T O R I A L , O P E R AT I C A N D I S R A E L I M U S I C
F E A T U R I N G
INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED CANTOR
ZEV M ÜL L ER
W E S T S I D E I N S T I T U T I O N A L S Y N A G O G U E M A N H AT TA N N E W YO R K
SUNDAY 28TH
AUGUST 2016
7:30PM
W I T H
MELBOURNE HEBREW
CONGREGATION
(TOORAK SHULE)
TICKET ENQUIRIES
0402095237
S P E C I A L
G U E S T S
AARON MAX, RABBI DAVID RUBINFELD, DIDI LEVIN, DAVID BRYKMAN
AND SHIMON WALLES
To b o o k w w w . q u e e n o f t i c k e t s . c o m / o r a 2 o r
[email protected] or (03) 9939 8763
S U P P O R T I N G
J E W I S H
E D U C A T I O N ,
A R T S
A N D
C U L T U R E
The Second Lebanon War Ten Years On
Personal Reflections of an Operations Officer
Thursday, September 15
8:30pm
At Beit Haroeh
(Open to men and women of all ages)
Rabbi Benjamin Pflanzer
Director, Yeshivat Eretz HaTzvi
Rabbi Benjamin (Benny) Pflanzer is the Director of
Yeshivat Eretz HaTzvi in Jerusalem. He was the operations
commander for the IDF officers' training course and
recipient of the Medal of Honor for heroic actions in the
Second Lebanon War. In addition, he serves as the liaison
for Magen David Adom (MDA) to Tzahal.
For more information contact: [email protected]