We request that all those who use our Shul be up to date with their measles vaccinations. If you have not been vaccinated, please take care of that prior to coming into Shul. Anyone who has contracted measles should refrain from coming to Shul for 3 weeks as mandated by the local Health Department.
Mazal Tov to
Esther and Mordy Lempel on the Bris of their grandson, Yehuda Leib Dorfman
Stacy and Yitzchak Sperka on the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Naftali
Raizy and Joe Zakutinsky on the marriage of their grandson, Tzvi Piasek to Faiga Bracha Kravitz in Baltimore on Sunday.
We regret to inform you of the passing of the brother of Dr. Joel Allen, Rabbi Daniel Allen. He is sitting Shiva at 210A Kearsing Parkway, aside from Motzaei Shabbos where he will be sitting Shiva at 51 Meadowcrest Drive, Fairfield, CT.
Shachris will be at 7:00 AM on Thursday, Friday and Monday. Sunday, Shachris will be at at 8:00 AM and Mincha\ Maariv will be at 4:15 PM. May he and his family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Yerushalayim.
Shalosh Seudos this week is sponsored anonymously. Anyone wishing to sponsor a Shalosh Seudos should speak to Leonard Mann, Rob Goldfarb or Gerald From.
Avos U'Banim this week is sponsored anonymously. Anyone wishing to sponsor an evening of Avos U'Banim should check the sign in sheet on the bulletin board or speak to Yaakov Grunstein or Leonard Mann.
In an effort to improve security, starting this Sunday, the front door will be locked with a new combination that you will need to know to get in.
Presently, we are gearing up for the refurbishing of the Shul: a new floor, new chairs and new lighting. Please contribute to the best of your ability. All who pledged money to the refurbishment effort during the Yizkor appeal are requested to confirm that your pledge was recorded correctly.
Shul Board Meeting
There will be Shul meeting on Sunday, December 30th after the 8 AM Shachris Minyan.
Tomche Shabbos invites the community to their 24th Annual Dinner on Sunday, January 6th at the Atrium.