Yom Kippur Notes 2010.indd by yaofenji

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									September 17-18, 2010                    9-10 Tishre 5771


 Yom Kippur at Baron Hirsch
Erev Yom Kippur - September 17                                                                                      Service Notes
First Mincha Service .................................................2:00 P.M.
                                                                                             After the Rabbi’s morning Drasha, we ask everyone to please
Second Mincha Service ............................................6:30 P.M.               remain in their seats. Members of the board will circulate to pick
Candle Lighting.........................................................6:46 P.M.         up appeal cards. Following that, those who have the custom of
                                                                                          leaving the sanctuary for Yizkor are asked to quietly exit the shul.
Kol Nidre ..................................................................6:45 P.M.
                                                                                          To minimize the amount of sound that travels into the sanctuary,
Greetings: David Cooper ..........................................7:05 P.M.               please go outside the building, if possible.
Rabbi’s Drasha..........................................................7:15 P.M.
                                                                                             Our custom is to blow the shofar at the very end of Maariv,
Ma’ariv .....................................................................7:35 P.M.
                                                                                          so that we may complete the services without any interruption.
                                                                                          Please remain quietly in your seats until the blowing of the shofar
Yom Kippur - September 18                                                                 and havdalah have been completed.
P’suke D’zimra ......................................................... 8:30 A.M.
                                                                                             Please remember that we come to shul to speak with Hashem,
    (Beginning of Services)                                                               and that any other conversation during the service should be
Hamelech-Shacharit ................................................ 9:00 A.M.             limited as much as possible. Please show respect to our Rabbi,
                                                                                          Baalei Tefillah, gabbaim and choirs. We ask that cell phones and
Childcare (9 months - 11 years) .............................. 9:00 A.M.
                                                                                          any other electronic devices never be used during services.
Reading of the Torah ............................................. 11:00 A.M.
Rabbi’s Drasha....................................................... 11:30 A.M.             If you, or someone you know, is having difficulty following
                                                                                          the services, please speak to one of our Gabbaim or ushers. We
MEMORIAL SERVICE ..............................................11:50 P.M.
                                                                                          would be happy to sit you or them next to someone who can
     (Yizkor)                                                                             help them follow along.
Musaf Service.........................................................12:15 P.M.
Yom Kippur Teach- In ...............................................3:15 P.M.
Mincha Service .........................................................5:00 P.M.
                                                                                                             Yom Kippur Youth Program
Rabbi Finkelstein’s Neilah Remarks ..........................6:20 P.M.
Neilah .......................................................................6:30 P.M.   We are happy to offer supervised activities and programs for
Ma’ariv Service .........................................................7:35 P.M.        children from 9 months to 11 years of age. These programs run on
                                                                                          Kol Nidre night from 6:45PM until end of services, from 9:00AM
Blowing of the Shofar...............................................7:45 P.M.
                                                                                          until the end of Musaf on Yom Kippur Day, and from 5:00 until
Yom Kippur ends .......................................................7:45 P.M           the end of the fast in the afternoon. Please pick up your children
                                                                                          and take them home during the break after Musaf. We need this
                                                                                          time to give our staff a much needed break, and to clean up in the
                                                                                          rooms.
                           Yom Kippur Teach-In
                     Belz Sanctuary, 3:15PM-5:00PM                                        We ask that all parents make sure that children are either with them
                                                                                          in shul, or at the appropriate program. Our groups are divided
                  “In the Eye of the Storm”                                               into the following age groups: Up to PK3, PK4-Kindergarten, 1st-
  The book of Yonah as a theological discussion between the                               3rd Grade, 4th-6th Grade. Children are only allowed in the room
         Jewish perspective & Christian perspective                                       appropriate for their age.

                       Led by Rabbi Shai Finkelstein                                           Snacks for children are being sponsored in memory of
                                                                                                   Elaine and Robert Udelsohn by their children.
    “The Day of Atonement: How Do We Know It Works?”
 A look through the eyes of the Kabbalah at atonement. How                                **If your child has any allergies, such as those to dairy or peanut
         can we know if we had a ‘good’ Yom Kippur?                                                     products PLEASE notify us. Thanks!**

                            Led by Emanuel Elstein                                                   ***IMPORTANT NOTE FOR PARENTS***
                                                                                            Children who are in the under 5 groups must be checked in or
                                                                                              out by a parent. Children will not be released to siblings.
  Dedicated in memory of William Cohn, A”H, by his family                                        Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
                                                                           Sukkot at Baron Hirsch

                                                                    Sukkot Services at Baron Hirsch

Erev Sukkot - September 22                                                                    Hoshana Rabbah - September 29
Candle Lighting .........................................................6:39 P.M.            Shacharit ............................................ 6:30 A.M. or 8:00 A.M.
Mincha/Maariv Services...........................................6:40 P.M.                    Candle Lighting .........................................................6:29 P.M.
                                                                                              Mincha/Maariv Services...........................................6:30 P.M.
First Day of Sukkot - September 23
Shacharit ................................................................. 9:00 A.M.         Shemini Atzeret - September 30
Evening Mincha/Maariv Services .............................6:40 P.M.                         Shacharit ................................................................. 9:00 A.M.
Candle Lighting ....................................... not before 7:37 P.M.                  MEMORIAL SERVICE (YIZKOR) .....................Appr. 10:30 A.M.
                                                                                              Mincha Service .........................................................6:30 P.M.
Second Day of Sukkot - September 24
Shacharit ................................................................. 9:00 A.M.         Erev Simchat Torah - September 30
Mincha/Maariv Services...........................................6:40 P.M.                    Ma’ariv/ Hakafot ......................................................7:10 P.M.
Candle Lighting for Shabbat .....................................6:36 P.M.                    Candle Lighting ....................................... not before 7:27 P.M.

Shabbat Chol HaMoed - September 25                                                            Simchat Torah - October 1
Shacharit ................................................................. 9:00 A.M.         Shacharit ................................................................. 9:00 A.M.
Teen Divrei Torah ......................................................5:45 P.M.             Hakafot/Dancing ................................................... 10:00 A.M.
Mincha .....................................................................6:30 P.M.         Torah Reading – Aliyot for all men .... 11:45 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
Seudah Shlisheet ......................................................6:45 P.M.              Special Women’s Torah Study ........... 11:45 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
Maariv ......................................................................7:25 P.M.        Special Aliyot .........................................................12:30 P.M.
Shabbat Ends ............................................................7:34 P.M.                      Children’s Aliya
                                                                                                        Chatan Torah (Completion of the Torah)
                                                                                                        Chatan Bereshit (Beginning of the Torah)
                                                                                              Musaf .......................................................................1:00 P.M.
                                                                                              Luncheon..................................................................1:30 P.M.
                                                                                              Candle lighting for Shabbat ......................................6:26 P.M.
                                                                                              Mincha/Maariv.........................................................6:30 P.M.



                        Lulav & Etrog Pickup                                                                     Family Sukkah Party
                                                                                                             Monday, September 27, 5:30PM
             Arba Minim may be picked up during
                     the following times:                                                Delicious menu of hot dogs, burgers, hot wings & more!
                                                                                         Music!
               Sunday: 7:00PM – 8:00PM                                                   Rides & Balloons!
      Monday: 7:30AM – Noon & 6:30PM – 7:30PM                                            $10 per person, children under 4 are free!
      Tuesday: 7:30AM – Noon & 6:30PM – 7:30PM
                                                                                         There is always something new at the Baron Hirsch Sukkah Party!
 We have a few extra sets available on a first come first
served basis. Sets must be paid in full at time of pick up.

                                Help us Decorate the Sukkah!
                                  Sunday, September 19th
                                        4:30-5:30PM

                            Children ages 4 & up are invited to
                            join Yael Elstein and the Bat Ami
                            girls in making beautiful, colorful,
                            new sukkah decorations for the
                            shul’s Sukkah.

                                     (Children 4 – 6 with
                                  parental assistance please)
                                                       Sukkot at Baron Hirsch


                 Sukkah Hop & Treasure Hunt                                                Teen Divrei Torah
                   Shabbat, September 25                                             Shabbat, September 25, 5:45PM
               Sponsored by Elaine & Fred Miner
                                                                     Building on the success of a program we began on Shavuot, we
For ages 9 – 13, enjoy a challenging Sukkah Treasure Hunt            will once again be treated to a series of brief Divrei Torah by
throughout the neighborhood with great prizes. Meet in the           our teens. Teens who wish to participate should contact Rabbi
Baron Hirsch Sukkah at 4:00PM                                        Finkelstein or the Elsteins. We urge everyone to come and share
                                                                     our pride in the accomplishments of our teens.
For ages 3 – 8, there will be a Sukkah Hop with songs, stories and
treats led by Yael & Emanuel Elstein. Meet in the Baron Hirsch
Sukkah at 4:15PM.




          Book Club Meeting – Special Sukkot Edition                    Join the Baron Hirsch Sisterhood for Salad in the Sukkah
               Monday, September 27, 8:00PM                                         Tuesday, September 28 at Noon

Sources: The Jewish History Book Club celebrates the holiday by      All ladies in the congregation are invited to join us for a salad bar
meeting in the Sukkah of Ellen & Ellis Tavin. Currently, the group   lunch, fun program and musical entertainment. The cost is just
is reading Pathway to Jerusalem: The Travel Letters of Rabbi         $8 per person. RSVP by September 21st to the shul office, 683-
Ovadiah of Bartenura and The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela.        7485. To help with this project, contact Madelyne Daneman,
All are welcome to join.                                             Sisterhood President at 754-1332.




                                                     Chol HaMoed Youth Day
                                                 Tuesday, September 28 – 1:00PM
                                               Sponsored by Bracha & Frank Udelsohn

     Enjoy Putt Putt, Go-Karts, Batting range, bumper boats and other rides, games and refreshments for just $13 per person.
                                       Held at Putt Putt Golf & Games, 5484 Summer Avenue.
                                       Simchat Torah at Baron Hirsch


                                            Simchat Torah Evening
                                      Thursday, September 30th - 7:10PM

                                        Singing & Dancing with the Torah
                                              Gala Evening Kiddush
                                     Flags & Deluxe Candy Bags for the Kids

                                                  Thank you to
                                 Teri & Larry Graber and Suzanne & Scott Baum
                                          for sponsoring the candy bags




                                               Simchat Torah Day
                                               Friday, October 1st

  9:00AM - Shacharit & Hallel                               10:00AM- Hakafot - Singing & Dancing with the Torah



                                                   11:45AM
  All men will remain the sanctuary where the custom is     All women will join Yael Elstein in the Beit Midrash
  for each adult male to receive an Aliya to the Torah. A   for a special learning project to make the conclusion
  Kiddush will follow.                                      and restarting of the Torah. Five women will each give
                                                            a brief Dvar Torah on one of the books of the Torah,
                                                            from Bereshit (Genesis) to Devarim (Deuteronomy).
                                                            Special women’s Kiddush included.


                                                   12:30PM
   All children will gather for a special Aliya to the Torah under a Chuppah
   Reading of the Chatan Torah & Chatan Bereshit (The final & first portions of the Torah)




                                            Simchat Torah Luncheon
                                                    1:30PM
                                          Following services & Hakafot

                                    Sponsored by Sue Ann & Bernard Lipsey

Only $5 per person, children under 5 are free. RSVP by September 24 to gwen@baronhirsch.org or call 683-7485

                                         A delicious menu including:
                     Tuna & Egg Salad, Fresh Fruit & Vegetables, Hummus, Baba Ganoush,
                            Salsa & Chips, Potato Roll, Peanut Butter & Jelly Wraps
                            Cheese Wraps, Sandwich Spreads, Ice Cream & Sweets
             Tanach B’Shnataim


                 Baron Hirsch Educational Institute presents


                  Tanach B’Shnataim
                   Why is the Bible the best selling book of all time?

              Now you can learn the major themes, stories and ideas of
             the entire Bible (Tanach) one book at a time over two years!

            Jewish Adult Education is being redefined by Tanach B’Shnataim
            (The Bible in Two Years). This course, with depth and scope, enables
            participants to learn and appreciate the entire Jewish Bible, one book at
            a time. The carefully crafted curriculum, was developed at the London
            School of Jewish Studies together with Rabbi Menachem Leibtag, an
            internationally acclaimed bible scholar. The course has a high level of
            quality and content, and will be meaningful to both the seasoned student
            and newcomer to Jewish learning.

             “Thought provoking lectures that inspired me to learn more on my own”
            Tanach B’Shnataim was offered for the first time in America three years
            ago, and the enthusiasm that it has generated in several communities was
            overwhelming.
                                       Course Highlights
            -Each weekly session covers one book of the bible in an hour and a half.
            There are 29 sessions divided into 2 years.

            -Every session is accompanied by a handout that includes a class outline,
            chapter summaries and relevant maps and charts.

            -Classes are taught by our Senior Rabbi Shai Finkelstein and the members
            of our Educational Institute faculty, as well as popular lecturers in our
            community.

            -Classes are recorded and transferred to CD so students can make up
            missed sessions.

               “This course has brought to life so many stories that I hardly knew”

                                   Registration Information
            Classes begin October 4, 2010. Register by September 27 to ensure
            availability. For complete class schedule, tuition and other details:

                                Visit us at www.baronhirsch.org
                                 Call the office at 901-683-7485
                                 Email exec@baronhirsch.org


Sponsored in Memory of Sondra Ballin, A”H
                                                Beginning After the Holidays



                                                                                     Help Support Baron Hirsch by joining us at
                                                                                               YoLo Frozen Yogurt
                                                                                                  559 Erin Drive


                    Join us for our 2010-2011 Season!

         Opening Event: October 3rd, BBQ! More details to follow.

            First Session: Sunday, October 10th at Baron Hirsch

      -Meet Israeli teens live on video conference
      -Learn more about Israel
      -Programs take place on Sundays 11:00am – 12:30pm                               ANYTIME ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7
      -Complimentary lunch will be served following each session                            (11:30AM – 10:00PM)
      -Open to the entire Jewish teen community and free of cost.
                                                                                   Baron Hirsch will get a percentage of all sales
   For more information, contact Yael or Emanuel Elstein at 683-7485 or              from that day. Bring your family, and tell
           Emanuel@baronhirsch.org or yael@baronhirsch.org                                 your friends and neighbors!

                  Visit us at www.kesherkonnections.org                              All Frozen Yogurt and many toppings are
                                                                                     certified kosher by the Vaad of Memphis.
Sponsored in part by a generous grant from the Lemsky Endowment Fund of
                      the Memphis Jewish Federation.




                                                         Shoa & Tkuma
Join us for a yearlong program in which we’ll learn about and discuss the Holocaust and the establishment of the state of Israel!

       Each meeting will be an interactive learning experience, and will take place in an informal and open atmosphere.
                                         Open to any Jewish teen in 10th – 12th grade.
                                     No participation fee - No prior knowledge necessary
                                     Program will culminate with a teen mission to Israel.
              (Participants who attend at least 80% of the classes will be entitled to a partially sponsored trip)

            Join us for an open house info session (for parents and students) on October 6th, 8pm at Baron Hirsch.

   For pre-registration and additional information please contact Emanuel Elstein at 683-7485 or emanuel@baronhirsch.org

         Sponsored in part by a generous grant from the Lemsky Endowment Fund of the Memphis Jewish Federation.
                                                       Upcoming Events

                                                                                        SCHOLARS IN RESIDENCE
                  Community-Wide Men’s Club Event                                           October 15-16
                      Sunday, October 10th
                                                                                Rabbi Ronen & Pnina Neuwirth from Tzohar
 Featuring Michael Heisley. Held at Temple Israel with Kosher Corky’s
 BBQ prepared at Baron Hirsch, under the supervision of the Vaad of
Memphis. $25 per person, reserve online at www.timemphis.org or call
   761-3130. Event sponsorships for tables of 10 available for $350.




           Young Families Campfire at the Botanic Gardens
               Sunday, October 24th, 6:00PM-8:00PM                         Rabbi Neuwirth is the director of the overseas
                                                                           department and the “Open Communities” project at
   Bring your own picnic dinner. Outside activities begin at 6:30 PM       Tzohar Rabbinical organization and the Rabbi of Ohel
                  (parental supervision is required)                       Ari Congregation in Ra’anana, Israel.
                     Roast S’mores over the fire

                 Cost:$6 per person (under age 2 free)
                 RSVP with your payment to the office.
  For more info contact: Sarah Thomas sarahannthomas@yahoo.com


               Cafe Simcha Featuring Chef Jose Gutierrez
                        Sunday, November 7th

Chef Gutierrez is a very well respected and well known chef. Currently     Pnina Neuwirth is a lawyer specializing in Tax,
the Chef of the River Oaks Restaurant, he was formerly the chef of Chez    Commercial law and taxation of e-commerce. She is
Phillipe at the Peabody for 22 years.                                      a noted lecturer at various seminaries in Israel and a
                                                                           former visiting professor at Yeshiva University’s Stern
Reserve the date for this extraordinary evening.                           College.




                                         Belz-Parker 44th Season Artists Ascending Concert
                                                  Sunday, November 7th, 7:00 p.m.
                                                      FREE ADMISSION TO ALL

                  Featuring The Eroica Ensemble under the baton of the founder & musical director, Michael Gilbert
                                         and the young virtuoso violinist, Saeka Matsuyama.

                   The program will include Sibelius Violin Concerto in D Minor and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4.
                                         Congregational & Community Announcements

              Happy Birthday!                       MAZEL TOV
          Shabbat, September 18
                                                    Mazel tov to Rebecca & Jay Lipsey on the birth of a son. Mazel tov to grandparents,
        Harris Cohen, Larry Gruner,
                                                    Sue Ann & Bernard Lipsey, to great-grandmother, Esta Lipsey and to great-great-
     Melinda Rothenberg, Abram Voin,
                                                    grandmother Edith Linkon.
       Bohne Lipsey, Maytal Nelson

            Sunday, September 19                    Mazel tov to Tzili & Amit Foox on the birth of a son.
               Jennifer Novick

          Monday, September 20                           HELP US BAKE FOR SUKKOT                           This Week’s Service Times
   Nancy Dan, Boris Mazor, Jessica Baum             We need your assistance to bake for
                                                    our many Sukkot Kiddushes and events.          Shacharit/Selichot
           Tuesday, September 21                    Please come on Tuesday or Wednesday            Sun ........................................... 8:00AM
 Israel Katz, Andrew Stark, Stanley Wender          between 10AM – 1PM to help! Please             Mon, ............................... 6:25/6:45AM
                                                    speak to Jill to volunteer.                    Tue, Wed ....................6:30AM/7:00AM
         Wednesday, September 22                                                                   Thu, Fri ..................................... 9:00AM
        Goldie Gold, Julie Groveman                 Several Sukkot kiddushes are still
                                                    available for sponsorship.  Please             Mincha
         Thursday, September 23                     contact David Fleischhacker or Jill            Sun - Fri .................................... 6:40PM
        Mannie Ettingoff, Katie Libby                Dempsey.
           Friday, September 24
       Cindy Barrack, Marlin Graber,
                                                         Thank you to our Boys Choir & our Adult Choir and their leaders for their
     Ben Silberberg, Courtney Thomas
                                                                             preparations and performance

                                                     BOYS CHOIR                    ADULT CHOIR                       Irvin Skopp
                                                     Robert Malkin, director       Dr. Stanley Friedman,             Scott Vogel
                VOLUNTEERS                           Elain Cooper                  Director                          George Matz
                                                     Ariel Kampf                   Jack A. Belz                      Daniel Lewis
Thank you to Bubba Albert, Jeri & Brian              Nachi Fleischhacker           Robert Malkin                     Richard Lewis
Rubin for helping with setting up the Yom            Isaac Lurie                   Sam Stock                         Timothy Case
Kippur Machzorim.                                    Nathaniel Goren               David Winestone                   Isaac Graber
                                                     Max Nahmias                   Adam Groveman                     Mark Wender
Thank you to Jake Baum, Howard Spector,              Shlomo Bosin                  Ryan Baum
Justin Wruble, Alyssa Wruble & Aaron                                               Glenn Case
Wruble for turning on the yizkor lights before                                     Marshall Goren
Yom Kippur.                                                                        Stuart Thomas


                                                               Yahrzteit List
                                  Because of the holiday, we do not read the weekly yahrtzeit list in shul.
                            We recall here the names of those yahrtzeits that will be observed this week to come.
William Ely Abramson       Rose Dortch                  Florence Hofman               Stanley Newman                   Chaim Segal
Dora F. Alperin            Jennie Eber                  Ethel Shainberg Jacobs        Max O’Mell                       Rae Segal
Ben Angel                  MoseEvensky                  Lena Jacobson                 YosefPadawer                     Jack Silverman
Morris Apotekar            Lee Faine                    Grantis Evans Kabakoff         Ethel Parker                     Yetta Silverstein
Barbara S. Bearman         Aaron Farb                   Louis Kabakoff                 Max Reisman                      Dr. Samuel Lee Strauch
Joel M. Beck               Joseph Feigelman             Hinda Kaplan                  Chaya Rosenblum                  Jake Tupper
Jack A. Bennett            David H. Feinberg            Sarah Kaplan                  Gala Rosenblum                   Dr. Sydney Usdan
Rachel Bensky              Rachel Fortas                Amy Beth Katz                 Leah Rosenblum                   Bernhard Wachter
Rosalee Bloom Blachman     Joseph M. Freedman           Bertha Fein Klein             Lisa Rosenblum                   Leo Wachter
David Bornblum             Gertrude Goldberger          M/Sgt. Eugene Klibanoff        Mordecai Rosenblum               Pepi H. Wachter
Sam M. Burson              Max J. Goldstein             Sarah Kuszel                  Zav Rosenblum                    Louis Wagner
Isaac Cohen                Simon Leon Gordon            Rev. Morris I. Levin          Betty Simms Scheinberg           Edward M. Waller
Jennie Cohen               Joseph Green                 Mitchell G. Levitch           Simon Scheinberg                 Harris Winderbaum
Rose S. Cohen              Morton W. Gross              Max Loket                     Harrison Scheuner                Shmuel Chaim Winderbaum
Fannie Cooper              John Hedberg                 Lena Rachel Lubin             Mollie S. Schneider              Will Winderbaum
Avrome Israel Dan          Minnie Himelhoch             Joseph E. Marks               Sam Schneider                    Fegel Zweigel
Abraham Davis              Mary W. Hoffman               Nathan L. Muravchick          Kenneth Schultz

								
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