parashat pinchas - shabbat mevarchim


parashat pinchas - shabbat mevarchim
Anne Naftolin
Avron Shore
Bella Bocalter
Bella Stone
Bernard Greenberg
Celia Frisch
Cyril Zeishe Kaiman
David Hochman
David Jacobson
Dorothy Gold
Edward Turack
Esther Ross
Esther Seidelman
Eva Cooper
Eva Mandel
Faige Cappe
Florence Fleishman
Freida Dubiner
Gary Kalb
Gertie Granatstein
Gertrude Sax
Goldie Pepper
Helen Jacobson
Jack Tanenbaum
Jack Strashin
Jack Unterhalter
Joan Levine
Katie Blackstein
Laszlo Klein
Louis Shiff
Louis Talsky
Luba Mayer
Mark Gottlieb
Mary Bach
Maurice Goldenberg
Morris Raber
Rabbi Dr. David Monson
Reva Reizis
Sarah Cohen
Sheldon Pelchovitz
Stanley Kopman
Sylvia Hersch
Saturday July 30, 2016 • 24 Tammuz 5776
Torah Page: 686
Haftarah Page: 699
Haftarah: Bernard Papernick
To the family of Etica Levyz”l, mother and mother-in-law of
Anita & Andrew Robins. Shiva is taking place at 92 Old Forest Hill Rd. Toronto, ON
(Eglinton & Spadina) Saturday after 7:30pm. Sunday & Monday after 1:30pm.
Evening Services at 7:30pm. Shiva concludes on Tuesday August 2, 2016.
Please note the synagogue office will be closed on
Monday August 1, 2016 for the civic holiday.
Seeing the death of his beloved brother Aaron, Moses sees his own end. He sees
the death of Aaron and sees what he wishes for himself.
He wishes to die with a “kiss” as we say in Hebrew. He also wishes to leave this
world much like Aaron did – with a clear sense of who was to follow him. Aaron
had his sons set up in a line of succession – it was clear that by merit of tribe who
would in fact be the Cohanim. But political leadership is a very different animal –
thus, we read of G-d’s command to select Joshua.
As he is selected – Moshe places his hands upon Joshua’s head. The symbolism is
significant – Moshe was only commanded to choose him, not place his hands on
him. By Moshe doing more than he was commanded, he showed himself and the
people his complete faith in his choice.
Shabbat Shalom
Rabbi Aaron Flanzraich
For more information or to register for our programs call the office at 416.783.6103
Rabbi: Aaron Flanzraich ∙ Cantor: Eric Moses ∙ President: Steven Goldenberg ∙
Executive Director: Barbara Berke ∙ Director of Engagement & Family Learning: Rabbi Janice Elster
Youth & Young Families Coordinator: Alexa Abergel
1445 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto, ON M6C 2E6 | T: 416.783.6103 | email: [email protected]
Sunday & Monday
Tuesday - Friday
8:45 am
8:30 am
7:30 am
Shabbat concludes
Sunday & Monday
Tuesday -Thursday
8:30 pm
9:27 pm
7:15 pm
7:00 pm
6:45 pm
Candlelighting: Friday August 5 at 8:17pm
The congregation is invited for Kiddush
in the Banquet Hall, following services.
And perform at the High Holy Days!
Contact Cantor Moses for more information at [email protected]
August 3rd
Chai Society
Join us for 45 minutes of exercise, a delicious lunch and games like rummy
cube and bridge. Cost $5.00
September 7th
Food for Thought Lunch Series with…. Eric Jennings!
Formerly Lunch With The Stars, Eric Jennings will be speaking in our first of
three lunch speakers series. His topic, The Jews of Vichy, France.
Members $18 per lunch, $45 per package.
To register or for more information contact Rivy at [email protected]
Voluntary donations to our Kosher Food Bank and Out of the Cold are encouraged!