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Ашер Альтшуль Бемидбар 5780 Числа на гробницах
05/18/2020


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Ашер Альтшуль Эмор 5780 Красный День Календаря
05/03/2020


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Online classes for the weeks of Bemidbar 5/17- 5/23
05/02/2020


1. Благословения:до, после и просто так
Asher Altshul
Sunday - Friday 10AM
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2 Танья. Игерет Акодеш #13.
Tuesday 5/19 9PM
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3. NEW! "OZ Lounge" Series  
Helping child's anxiety through quarantine.
Eugenia Steingold, PhD
Wednesday 5/13 8:30PM
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4. Порядковый Номер
Weekly Torah portion w/Asher Altshul.
Thursday 5/21 8:30PM
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5. Virtual Community Melaveh Malkah 
Saturday 5/23 9:45PM
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Ашер Альтшуль Ахарей Кедошим 5780 Святотатство
04/28/2020
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Ашер Альтшуль Цав 5780 Анти Фанатизм
03/30/2020


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006 Igeret HaKodesh 3 17 20
03/30/2020


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PETA против Вайикра - Вайикра 5780 Fresh and Raw
03/30/2020


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Альтшуль Ваикра 5780 Обязательные Ошибки
03/23/2020


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Shabbat At Home
03/20/2020

Shabbat at home


  1. Minchah - before candle-lighting (6:50PM*),  but it is fine to pray after candle lighting, before sunset - 7:08PM.


  1. Candle-lighting - 6:50PM. If there is no women to light the candles at home, men are obligated to light with the blessing.


  1. Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv - Ideally is to begin at the same time that the service is usually held in the the Synagogue - 7:30PM. Halachiklly -  after the nightfall - 7:36PM, but after the sunset -7:08PM. However, you can use the 26 minutes for the meaningful Parshah study. We do not recite: Kaddish, Barchu, Amida repetition, Kedushah in all the prayers. On page 160**, it is the Chabad custom to recite the paragraph beginning Velomar  instead of barechu when praying alone. After the silent Amidah, the paragraph va’yechulu p. 172 is recited, but we omit the first and last of the next three paragraphs.


  1. Kiddush - P. 176. One person can make it for all the family, by keeping in mind all the present. Alternatively, everyone is allowed to make it for him/herself. Enjoy the Seudah with your family and say, as many, as possible words of Torah - “It is a tree of life for those who grasp it, and those who draw near it are fortunate” Mishlei 3/18.


  1. Shaharit - Ideally is to begin at the same time that the service is usually held in the the Synagogue - 9:30AM. Do not recite: Kaddish, Barchu, Amida repetition, Kedushah in all the prayers.


  1. Torah reading - skip the prayers associated with removing the Torah from the ark, from atoh (‘You have’) p. 222. Although there is obviously no Torah reading, read the Parshah of the week, Maftir and the Haftarah (from a Chumash. Suggestion: if you are spending Shabbat with your family, take turns in the reading (divide it by Aliya, for example) and feel free to peruse some of the commentaries as well. 


  1. Birchat HaChodesh - P. 231. You allowed to bless the new month without a Minyan. only the first yekum purkan (‘may there’) is recited p. 230. Skip the following two paragraphs. One must know the exact time of the new moon appearance: Nissan, Tuesday March 24, 2020, 10:14 (11 chalakim) AM. (Wright it down before Shabbat). Skip the Av HaRachaman and continue with Ashrei p. 232.


  1. Musaf -  P. 234. We do not recite: Kaddish, Barchu, Amida repetition, Kedushah in all the prayers. Do not say the prayers on the returning the Torah to the Ark.


  1. Morning Kidush - see #4.


  1. Minchah - p.250. We do not recite: Kaddish, Barchu, Amida repetition, Kedushah in all the prayers. Skip the Torah Reading


  1. Shabbat is over 7:50PM. Recite the Maariv, with applicable guides from #3.


  1. Havdalah


Stay Calm and Study Torah.

Shabbat Shalom.


*All the times are NY

**”New” Siddur

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Благословения: до, после и просто так
03/16/2020


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